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Strauss

(strows),
Lotte, 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Churg-Strauss syndrome.
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As Thomas Meehan, Martin Charnin and Charles Strouse were from New York and given what he saw as the downbeat mood of the then-current Nixon era and the Vietnam War, Meehan set his story in New York during the similarly downbeat Great Depression.
The Goodspeed Opera House presented a revised version of the show in 2017, with a new book by David Thompson and several new songs from Schwartz and Strouse.
Instead, they hope the suit will force the team to rework the stadium to comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act, also known as the ADA, Strouse said.
As Strouse says of his leading lady and muse: "I think of Jessica as like Katharine Hepburn; no nonsense and I'm not going to apologise for it.
The mayor of Doylestown, Ron Strouse, also took part in the event.
Thomas Strouse, medical director of the Stewart and Lynda Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA and vice chair for clinical affairs in the UCLA Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences.
Supported by various studies, Everly, Strouse and McCormack point out that, given the right tools, we can build up our reservoirs of resilience.
And that, suspects John Strouse, a Johns Hopkins hematologist who has compared data about the two diseases, is one reason why funding for cystic fibrosis research, drug development, and patient advocacy dwarfs that for sickle-cell disease.
So for those who have seen or know about the Broadwaymusicalbased on Harold Gray'scomic strip Little Orphan Annie, with music byCharles Strouse and lyrics byMartin Charnin, Will Gluck's 2014 Annie may be disappointing, but not so for others.
Infectious music and lyrics by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin have reverberated throughout popular culture from episodes of 30 Rock, Glee and South Park to a sample on rapper Jay-Z's 1998 single Hard Knock Life.
WASHINGTON -- When he meets voters in Pennsylvania's 8th Congressional District, former Army Ranger Kevin Strouse recounts how he helped clear a city block in Iraq during the rescue of prisoner of war Jessica Lynch in 2003.