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wasserman

(ˈwɒsərmən)
n
(European Myth & Legend) obsolete a fabled man-shaped sea monster, supposed to attack ships
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Wasserman will be honored during the publications annual awards reception on August 24, 2017.
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Debbie Wasserman Schultz would indignantly announce that it is a "dangerous step toward the ultimate goal sought by some Republicans: banning all abortions," as she did April 28 in explaining her opposition to a 24-hour waiting period bill.
Properties owns a portfolio of Manhattan office buildings, along with son Paul, vice president, Wasserman has developed a showcase for artists that could expand from the family's 65 Broadway to other office buildings in Manhattan including 352 7th Avenue, 75, 80 and 90 Maiden Lane.
Justices denied a petition from Michael Wasserman, who wanted more time to gather signatures to qualify for the ballot.
For more than a decade, Rabbi Daniel Wasserman has been the first point of contact for religious Jews in Pittsburgh seeking a halakhic funeral for their deceased loved ones.
It was, in fact, a little more than 50 years ago that, as a two-term president of the Screen Actors Guild, Reagan helped negotiate the second of what were widely regarded as sweetheart deals with his friend, Lew Wasserman, then the all-powerful CEO of MCA Universal.
Conocimiento historico y representaciones del pasado en el Rio de La Plata (1830-1860) es la version abreviada de la tesis doctoral defendida por Fabio Wasserman en diciembre de 2004.
has appointed NEAL WASSERMAN, a senior vice president and a founding member of the organization, to the position of president.
Wasserman brings more than 20 years of experience to the position, most recently as executive VP and COO at Oxford University Press.
Nashua's Austin Wasserman scored two runs against his former teammates.