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Straus had made clear that he opposed what became known as the "bathroom bill," arguing it would hurt the state's economy.
Straus, "fearing for his life,'' handed them the case and the car drove off.
Such was the fate of one of America's most distinguished publishing houses, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, a story that struggles to emerge from Boris Kachka's book Hothouse.
Straus introduces his topic by making the distinction between disability as material reality and disability as historically contingent, socially and culturally constructed meaning.
Mr Straus, 63, was a wealthy businessman who owned Macey's department store in New York.
A photo of Mr Straus was also sold to the same buyer for pounds 17,000 on Saturday by auctioneers Henry Aldridge and Son.
Straus, a Republican who represents San Antonio, has been the subject of a Web-based campaign and series of e-mails, some anonymous, attacking his Jewish faith.
Straus isn't under attack because of his position on taxes or deficits.
This research shows that avoiding spanking and correcting misbehavior in other ways can help that happen," Straus says.
In our self-doubt we lose sight of the most vital contribution we have to make: a willingness to be fully and emphatically present with a girl who needs us," writes Martha Straus, a clinical psychology professor who teaches at Antioch University New England in Keene and Dartmouth Medical School, in her new book, "Adolescent Girls In Crisis: Intervention and Hope" (W.
Straus, MD, the first director of the National Institute of Health's National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, died May 14 of brain cancer at his home in Potomac, Md.
The most shocking thing was that it was done with such planning," said Dorit Straus, worldwide fine-art manager for the Chubb Group of Insurance Cos.