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Kahn

1. Herman. 1922--83, US mathematician and futurologist; director of the Hudson Institute (1961--83)
2. Louis I(sadore).1901--74, US architect, noted for his art museums at Yale (1951--53), Fort Worth (1966--72), and New Haven (1969--74)
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Legislative Action: Cahn says Congress has the "power to change antitrust laws to allow traditional retailers to engage in collective action, and it can alter market conditions by taxing the shipping of packages from businesses to residents in such a manner as to raise Internet sellers' cost structures.
The spouses and extended family members of employees receive the same valuable education and then start planning for their long-term care, so they don't become a burden to the employees," says Cahn.
As mentioned, the work of Myers may be studied extensively because so many examples of his silver are found in the Cahn collection.
Cahn makes a compelling case for southern history through the lens of adolescent sexuality.
St Basil's Cathedral in Moscow, (inset) Steve Brookes whose book and DVD distribution firm is making inroads into the Russian market, and (left) trade expert Andrew Cahn.
The first year after going to every stadium in the NFL,'' Cahn said of 1996, ``I was declared the King of Tailgating.
But at a tailgate party, those barriers don't exist, Cahn said.
In child welfare, the existing research (Pennell & Burford, 2003; Gunderson, Cahn, & Wirth, 2003; Litchfield, Gatowski & Dobbin, 2003; Marsh & Crow, 2003; Wheeler & Johnson, 2003) suggests that when presented with the option of a family group conference, families, their support network and the broader community attend and make plans that achieve regulatory parameters.
Producer Alison Cahn said, 'His biggest battle was with Ellie.
This article provides an overview of the work and achievements of Audrey Josephine Cahn, one of Australia's pioneer dietitians.
Cahn, A Metallic Phase with Long-Ranged Orientational Order and No Translational Symmetry, Phys.
Although all of the plays are discussed, "particular attention is devoted to those works most often read by students," and Cahn further notes that "emphasis is also placed on the theatricality of these plays, which are treated not as purely literary texts, but as scripts Created for performance.