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Au·er·bach

 (ou′ər-băk′), Arnold Known as "Red." 1917-2006.
American basketball coach. One of the winningest coaches of all time, he led the Boston Celtics to 9 NBA championships, including 8 in a row between 1959 and 1966. As a team executive for most of the next 40 years, he oversaw teams that won 7 additional championships.

Auerbach

(ˈaʊəˌbɑːk)
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(Biography) Frank (Helmuth). born 1931, British painter, born in Germany, noted esp for his use of impasto
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I must not fail to own the great pleasure that I have had in some of the stories of Auerbach.
In praising du Maurier's family biographies, Auerbach compares them favorably to "our own therapy-drenched age" in which "family chroniclers spill their needs and obsessions all over their material.
Victorian scholar Nina Auerbach is the perfect critic of du Manner's work precisely because she is not enamored with Rebecca--a book she considers to be "masochistic, derivative and only quasi-coherent"--and prefers such novels as My Cousin Rachel and The Scapegoat.
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The firm said that it has hired Simon Auerbach from boutique investment bank Foros to focus on business and information services.
Auerbach Grayson & Company, a New York-based brokerage firm specialising in global trade execution and exclusive in-depth research for US institutional investors, announced on Tuesday that it has partnered with Okasan Securities Co,.
This statement seems to betray what Erich Auerbach believed when he attempted to define Weltliteratur and the role of philology: "a good point of departure must be exact and objective" ("Philology" 15).
Mounting a Frank Auerbach exhibition at a museum like Tate Britain is a tall order.
This study of contemporary British painter Frank Auerbach is arranged by topic and theme, with emphasis on his professional life, his artistic influences, his working methods, and his philosophy on art.
Auerbach of Alameda, California has been included in the Strathmore's Who's Who Worldwide Edition for his outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of marketing.
The Laing and the Hatton, both managed by Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums, are to share two paintings by Frank Auerbach, a distinguished British artist whose work is in major collections around the world.
A LANDSCAPE painting by Frank Auerbach acquired by Birmingham's Barber Institute of Fine Arts has become the first work by a living artist to enter the collection.