Behrman


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Behr•man

(ˈbɛər mən)

n.
S(amuel) N(athan), 1893–1973, U.S. playwright.
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23 February 2018 - New York, US-based private equity investment firm Behrman Capital has acquired New Hampshire, US-based component preparation services company Corfin Industries, LLC, the company said.
Though also a teacher and researchers, Behrman says this textbook for students of speech-language pathology grew mainly out of her clinical practice in that profession.
today announced that it has appointed Mark Behrman as Chief Financial Officer.
Behrman Capital, a private equity investment firm based in New York and San Francisco, has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its portfolio company Data Device Corporation to Transdigm Group Incorporated (NYSE: TDG) in a transaction valued at USD1.
In this second edition, Behrman (speech communication, Iona College) offers a new organization of introductory chapters, plus study questions, review questions, group activities, and recommended web sites, along with advice on study techniques.
The final night of the three-part summer performance series "Benchley, Behrman & Bishop" will be at 6:30 Aug.
The term "TMJ" is commonly used as a catch-all for disorders that affect the jaw joint, although "TMJ" actually refers to the joint itself, explains David Behrman, DMD, the chief of the division of Dentistry, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Weill Cornell.
Rachel Behrman, director of the FDA's office of medical center policy in its Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, and colleagues in the government and private sectors characterize the Sentinel system as "an early working model for secondary uses of data produced in the routine delivery of health care.
Based upon Jonathan Sarna and Jonathan Krasner's exhaustive two-volume compendium "The History of the Jewish People", Gila Gevirtz and the Behrman House publishing company have produced "Jewish History: The Big Picture", a 288-page compendium of succinctly presented Jewish history replete with anecdotal facts and stories showcasing the diversity of events and elements of Judaism ranging from the resurrection of Hebrew as a living language, to the celebration of Passover on an American civil war battlefield, to the Jewish roots of Christianity, to Jewish communities around the world and down through the millennia.
Behrman, a specialist in the treatment of voice disorders, has teamed up with Haskell, a speech pathologist, to edit this volume of effective voice therapy exercises from 28 leading authorities in the field.
The Miami premiere, commissioned by Carnival Center for the Performing Arts, will feature a score by David Behrman and design by local artist Daniel Arsham.
and they're not as good as we had hoped," Office of Medical Policy Deputy Director Rachel Behrman said recently.