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Fink

(fink),
R.P., 20th-century U.S. anatomist. See: Fink-Heimer stain.
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In an accessible, funny and above all smart approach, Steven Fink writes persuasively about the good, the bad and the ugly of crisis communications, and shows how smart companies can be part of the good.
Fink tackles the impulse of many organizations to go silent, into what he calls a "bunker mentality.
Robert and Bridggette Fink say they have been responsive to Mr.
Fink said it is less expensive for her store to take care of a dog if it's returned.
Finks of the division of gastrointestinal surgery at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Finks reported no conflicts of interest with respect to his presentation.
LANCASTER - After caring for 59 foster children over 21 years, Mary Fink is retiring as a foster mother - and adopting three of her former charges.
Christopher and Kyndra Fink were accused of starving their son, David, because they believed the boy was the "Christ child" and fed him only watermelon and lettuce to keep him pure.
In Finks Krieg, his newest novel, according to rumors and widespread newspaper agitation, we are given once more the story of a "true event" - if such a term has any meaning in literature.
INTERESTS: The Finks collect antique irons, although friends joke that Howard hasn't taken up ironing.
Minus a kidney, the 34-year-old Palmdale firefighter is resting at home, happy that he was able to give a gift of life to his older brother, Deren Finks, 37.
Today, the 34-year-old Palmdale resident is donating one of his kidneys to his older brother Deren Finks, who is suffering from chronic kidney failure.