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Stein

(stīn),
Irving F., early 20th-century U.S. gynecologist. See: Stein-Leventhal syndrome.

Stein

(stīn),
Stanislav A.F. von, 19th-century Russian otologist. See: Stein test.
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Stein's friends and comrades, the 30th mission was one they never saw.
?A new edition of Jock Stein: The Definitive Biography is out on July 18.
For those wanting more analysis, Jeannette Mirsky's biography of Stein and the Silk Road books by Peter Hopkirk, Liu Xinru, and Valerie Hansen should suffice.
"I don't think it is so hard to sell if you stop trying to sell it," Stein says.
"The demographic is ripe with an exploding baby boomer population," Stein says.
Although business ebbs and flows, Stein's work continues to sell.
Will rejects this purely benign view of Stein's motives.
The board called the comments "contemptuous," and demanded Stein's suspension, Politico reports.
Stein had a lifelong interest in the study of the spiritual being and life of the human being, (2) which she pursued from the lens of phenomenology, philosophical and theological anthropology, and ontology throughout the course of her life.
Stein wrote, "Collaborators tell how in union there is strength." Collaboration can be a career booster as well as a creative endeavor.
Main St., for "The Art of Racing in the Rain: An Evening With Garth Stein." Guests can meet Stein, receive a signed book and attend a reception, according to the release.
Stein: The Last Promethean" is a story of struggle and pathos, pain and absolution, deception and deliverance.