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Cohen,

Stanley, 1922–, co-winner of 1986 Nobel Prize for work related to growth factors.
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27 Stanley Cohen House, Golden Lane Estate, London, EC1Y 0RL 19/00745/LBC Remove an existing water tank and boiler cupboard from a kitchen.
En 1973, Herbert Bayer y Stanley Cohen pudieron transferir acido desoxirribonuclelco de una bacteria a otra.
It printed a translation of Stanley Cohen's article indicating that US President Donald Trump's much touted "Deal of the Century" requires Palestinians to accept slavery.
"For those who have never felt the constant yoke of oppression, or seen it up close, it is a vision beyond comprehension," observes Stanley Cohen, a Jewish American lawyer.
Yet my reading of Simon also demonstrates important engagement with what Stanley Cohen (2001) so powerfully articulates in his tour de force States of Denial: Knowing about Atrocities and Suffering--namely, that we must go beyond reporting empirical findings and offering criminal justice policy critiques alone.
Stanley Cohen, teorico de las negaciones, hace una taxonomia en torno a las maneras de reaccionar de los gobiernos ante los informes sobre las violaciones a los derechos humanos.
The Guardian said the unsuccessful bid to save Kassig, an aid worker, was the work of a New York lawyer, Stanley Cohen, who has represented Osama bin Laden's son-in-law and members of Hamas in U.S.
The Guardian said the unsuccessful initiative to save Kassig, an aid worker, was the work of a New York lawyer, Stanley Cohen, who has represented Osama bin Laden's son-in-law and members of Hamas in US courts.
David Scott then traces these themes into the contemporary period, finding them in the work of Stanley Cohen. He provides an exegesis of Cohen's work, comparing it to abolitionist projects.
Under questioning from his lawyer, Stanley Cohen, Abu Ghaith on Wednesday described meeting Osama bin Laden, a founder of al-Qaeda, in Afghanistan just hours after the hijacked plane attacks of September 11, 2001, which killed about 3,000 people.
"Mr Mohammed is unavailable to physically appear at trial, and his testimony is necessary to prevent a failure of justice in this matter," the lawyers, led by Stanley Cohen, wrote to the judge.
Defence attorney Stanley Cohen asked incredulously: "Three thousand plus Americans dead was humorous to you?" Badat, who spoke personally with bin Laden during three years of training in Afghanistan, replied: "Unfortunately, yes."