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Zuckerman

(ˈzʊkəmən)
n
(Biography) Solly (ˈsɒlɪ), Baron. 1904–93, British zoologist, born in South Africa; chief scientific adviser (1964–71) to the British Government. His books include The Social Life of Monkeys (1932) and the autobiography From Apes to Warlords (1978)
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Zuck•er•man

(ˈzʊk ər mən)
n.
Pinchas, born 1948, Israeli violinist.
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One important point was missing in Ronald Aronson's review of Phil Zuckerman's interesting book, Society without God (January/February 2010).
Photographer Zuckerman shows us birds in a manner that Audubon didn't dream about: ultra-close heads, faces, and necks, and extraordinary full-body views placed deliberately against white backgrounds.
Upon assuming leadership of the AAOS, Zuckerman outlined for members his goals for the coming year.
Diana Zuckerman of the National Research Center for Women and Families in Washington.
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When Nathan Zuckerman, in Philip Roth's Exit Ghost, descends from his mountain retreat to reenter the teeming world of the twenty-first century, he finds himself much too easily seduced by the very things of this world that he'd hoped to elude.
SOCIETY WITHOUT GOD: WHAT THE LEAST RELIGIOUS NATIONS CAN TELL US ABOUT CONTENTMENT BY PHIL ZUCKERMAN
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