Kunitz


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Ku•nitz

(ˈkyu nɪts)
n.
Stanley, born 1905, U.S. poet and translator: poet laureate since 2000.
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Chris Kunitz announced his retirement Tuesday after winning four Stanley Cup titles in 15 NHL seasons.
Blackhawks forward Chris Kunitz announced Tuesday his retirement following 15 seasons in the National Hockey League.
We published the 21st volume in the /4PR/Honickman First Book series: Throwing the Crown by Jacob Saenz, selected by Gregory Pardlo, and we awarded the 9th Annual Stanley Kunitz Memorial Prize to Mark McCloughan.
LIFT: Fitness Culture, From Naked Greeks and Acrobats to Jazzercise and Ninja Warriors by Daniel Kunitz In this cultural history, Kunitz covers nearly everything tied to evolving ideals of fitness and physique across the world, from a declining interest in physical training as Christianity spread to feminism's role in setting off a gym craze in the United States.
At the Lhuilliers' table were Talisay Mayor Eddie Gullas with his wife Norma, Rosebud Sala, Roberto Kunitz, Stella Bernabe, Johannes Schulte from La Chaine of Bangkok with his pretty fiancee Chompoo Pahanetram, Glenn and Honey Loop and Efren Belarmino.
Soybean seeds contain two kinds of proteinase inhibitors, the Kunitz trypsin inhibitor and the Bowman-Birk proteinase inhibitor.
Chris Kunitz got his 200th assist with the Penguins in his 500th game with the team.
This beautiful memorial to a life well lived begins with a poem by Stanley Kunitz, "The Long Boat," which ends "he loved the earth so much he wanted to stay forever"--a fitting tribute to Bill Coperthwaite, a man who manifested his values through his work and his dedication to his unique vision.
Book 2 contains original trios composed by Sharon Kunitz, Margaret Goldston, Dennis Alexander and Robert D.
Though Stanley Kunitz was among the most decorated poets of his generation, he did not secure his first college teaching position until he was in his forties, and it wasn't until he was well into his fifties that he began to receive widespread acclaim for his work.
Pritchett, Stanley Kunitz, Doris Lessing, Mavis Gallant, and Russell Baker, the first generation of writers to write about old age based on their experiences.