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 (pûrl′mən), Itzhak Born 1945.
Israeli-born American violinist noted for his technical brilliance.

Perlman

(ˈpɜːlmən)
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(Biography) Itzhak (ˈɪtzæk). born 1945, Israeli violinist; plays seated because of polio
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21) In more recent studies, Gur Alroey, Joel Perlmann, and Yannay Spitzer each reconstructed the places of origin of Jewish immigrants using distinct, but large, samples of Russian immigrant documents.
Thomas Perlmann, secretary at the Karolinska Institute Nobel Committee, described the reaction of Rosbash when first informed of the award: "He was silent and then he said 'you are kidding me'.
Secretary of the Nobel Committee for Physiology or Medicine Professor Thomas Perlmann announced the 2017 Nobel Prize in this domain.
Zumla A, McCloskey B, Bin Saeed AA, Dar O, Al Otabi B, Perlmann S, et al.
El tradicional interes de diversos historiadores norteamericanos por la migracion de distintos grupos etnicos -Marvin Lazerson, Reed Ueda, Joel Perlmann, etc.
In home contexts, middle-class family mealtimes with children aged three years and older have been found to provide unique opportunities for extended discourse, which allow children to gain experience with unusual and sophisticated vocabulary, decontextualized language and the distinctive linguistic patterns of different genres such as narrative and explanation (Dickinson & Tabors, 2001; Pan, Perlmann & Snow, 2000; Snow & Beals, 2006).
TT quoted Assembly secretary Thomas Perlmann as saying he would ask them to resign from the 50-member body, which will next award the prize for medicine in October.
Forman BM, Goode E, Chen J, Oro AE, Bradley DJ, Perlmann T, et al.
First published in 1879-80, a partial English translation, composed of excerpts and brief contextual commentaries, covering the French occupation of Egypt (1798-1801) and its re-occupation by Ottoman forces, was published by a team supervised by Thomas Philipp and Moshe Perlmann (Princeton: Franz Steiner Verlag; Stuttgart: Markus Wiener, 1994).
Bookreading not only exposes children to new vocabulary, but also to the more complex language adults use when interacting with children around a book (Fletcher & Reese, 2005; Snow, Nathan, & Perlmann, 1985).
Thus, phosvitin contains 13% nitrogen (Shainkin and Perlmann, 1971; Guerin-Dubiard et al.