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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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The magazine wanted proof, so Stein turned to the personal assistant, who e-mailed to confirm that 'Madonna loves the watch.
Scholarship on Gertrude Stein's work has long been a fraught endeavor, marked by the notion that one must retrace the history of Gertrude Stein as a personage in order to discuss the work in a way that is not naively unaware of her lived history.
The next day, Stein, 62, was found bludgeoned to death inside her Fifth Avenue high-rise.
Another chapter on image, "The Looks of Modern Culture," is an excursus on Adrienne Monnier and Sylvia Beach, not so much because of their association with Stein and her circle as because of the visual similarity between Monnier, who usually wore a voluminous cape, and the robed Stein.
KEEPING UP WITH THE STEINS - Two and one half stars
Stein was with Credit Suisse First Boston in New York City.
With the growing popularity of using single-stream-collection systems to save hauling costs, carefully sorting glass by its three chief colors and keeping it free of contaminants is a time-consuming process, one that many recyclers are deciding just isn't worth it, says Stein.
Stein spends some time on the danger of putting too much credence in the results of standardized tests.
Recent controversy surrounding Stein's canonization as a Catholic saint essentially turns on whether Stein should be considered a martyr from a Catholic or Jewish perspective; Oben, a Jewish-Catholic convert, makes one particularly salient point, ignored by most other sources: Stein's arrest and subsequent deportation was part of a reprisal against the Catholic Church for protesting the deportation of Jews and the exclusion of Jewish children from Catholic schools (the only schools that they could still attend).
Stein also tries to move gay and lesbian history forward in another important way.
People have lost something so precious that Stein calls its presence a "miracle"--the ability to live freely in their own neighborhood.