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Katz

(ˈkæts)
n
(Biography) Sir Bernard. 1911–2003, British neurophysiologist, born in Germany. Shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1970) with Julius Axelrod and Ulf von Euler
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WORCESTER -- May is a bittersweet month for the Katz family.
EDMONTON, Alberta -- The Katz Group remains a dominant retailing force throughout North America.
When Jeffrey Katz bought the building at 1600 Broadway 21 years ago, little did he know that he would one day make real estate history at that site.
Well-regarded sociologist Barbara Katz Rothman makes this amply clear in her highly readable book, which considers the historical, sociological and personal dimensions of transracial adoption.
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The Katz decision profoundly impacted the way courts analyze civil rights lawsuits brought pursuant to Title 42, Section 1983 of the U.
Katz has referred to his landscapes as "environmental" for the way they can visually envelop a viewer; indeed, their real subject seems to be those transitory instances of sensory bewilderment we experience every day.
After appearing on Oprah Winfrey's show, Katz decides to take her advice and adopt another border collie, Homer, a sweet puppy beloved by everyone.
EDMONTON, Alberta -- Canada's largest integrated network of pharmacies, Katz Pharmacy Services Inc.
Based on his formidable knowledge of this contested sphere, Katz spins out a big readable history of bright colors and sharp lines, tracing the push to restructure social benefits across an enormous range of settings.
Robert Hammesfahr and Andrew Katz, attorneys with national law firm Cozen O'Connor, recently spoke to Best's Review about those strategies and ways information-technology professionals can manage the electronic flow of information to minimize such risks as e-mail and privacy invasions, trademark piracy and U.