Feifer


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Noun1.Feifer - United States cartoonist who created a sarcastic comic strip (born in 1929)
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Veterans often make ideal franchisees, thanks to their strong leadership skills and abilities to work inside complex systems," says Jason Feifer, editor in chief of Entrepreneur.
Great company cultures don't happen on their own," says Jason Feifer, editor in chief of Entrepreneur.
Including details such as those are as essential a part of a journalist's responsibility as chronicling the events that happened, says Katie Feifer, leader of CounterQuo, a national coalition of groups that works with media to change the way sexual violence is covered.
Feifer was commissioned as an Infantry officer through the Reserve Officer Training Corps after graduation from the University of San Francisco in 2008.
Gregory Feifer is author of "Russians: The People behind the Power.
As stated by Gregory Feifer, the war in Afghanistan affected not only those who have personally experienced it: "For many Soviets, it represented a last senile folly of the Brezhnev era.
au, the blog is maintained by a senior editor at Fast Company, Jason Feifer, who is also credited with 'Selfies At Serious Places'.
Fast Company's Jason Feifer, creator of the Tumblr "Selfies at Serious Places," has created a blog compiling the some of the most cringe-worthy snaps from funerals.
22) This culture of institutional secrecy has lasted even into the post-Soviet era, according to Victor Cherkashin, as he notes in his introduction to Spy Handler: Memoir of a KGB Officer, with Gregory Feifer (New York: Basic Books, 2005).
Otro elemento que Butcher destaca del NTM es su caracter fuertemente critico con la Modernidad, como aparece de forma manifiesta en las criticas de John Urry (1990) o Maxine Feifer (1985).