Temin


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Tem·in

 (tĕm′ĭn), Howard Martin 1934-1994.
American oncologist. He shared a 1975 Nobel Prize for research on the genetics of tumor-causing viruses, especially for identifying reverse transcriptase.

Tem•in

(ˈtɛm ɪn)

n.
Howard M(artin), 1934–94, U.S. virologist.
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Crisis Expert Davia Temin to Speak at University Conference on "Rethinking Risk Management," Friday, October 2nd, 2015
Staff writer and dance critic for the Boston Globe for a quarter century, Temin goes backstage at a major international ballet company to capture the stories of the artistic director, the choreographers, and the dancers; but also some figures in deeper shadow, including the scheduler, the wardrobe managers, the physical therapists, the pointe shoe manager, and the accompanists.
I would use my fame to say, 'Look we are all human and make terrible mistakes,'" the New York Daily News quoted Davia Temin, CEO of Temin and Co, as saying.
Jaffee, please contact Suzanne Oaks or Davia Temin of Temin and Company at +1-212-588-8788 or news@teminandco.
He will be represented by two lawyers, deputy public defender Seth Temin and Steve Jacobson, KCNC-TV and the Boulder Daily Camera reported.
As a former aerospace engineer in my eighth year of a second career as a public high-school physics teacher, I find that Peter Temin and Richard Vedder pretty much get it right in their discussion of teachers' compensation ("Are Teachers Underpaid?
Engines of Enterprise An Economic History of New England, Edited by Peter Temin.
As MIT economist Peter Temin recounts in Taking Your Medicine, his 1980 book on drug regulation, "The agency moved within six months of the bill's passage to curtail self-medication sharply and thereafter used a substantial and increasing proportion of its drug resources to enforce its imposed limitations.
Baltimore shared the 1975 Nobel Prize in Medicine with Howard Temin for their work on the mechanism by which cancer-causing RNA viruses establish themselves inside healthy cells.
Robert Temin, CPA, and sole practitioner of a growing practice in Atlanta, Georgia, says generating goodwill does not have to be an expensive proposition: "Gift baskets, cards and short handwritten notes are excellent ways to let clients know you value their business.
Graham joins a panel of industry experts including David Block Temin, corporate vice president and general counsel of Elbit Systems Ltd.
para]]Reputation and Crisis Expert Davia Temin Proposes The Next Generation of Enterprise Risk Management Policies[[/para]]