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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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Dividend-paying stocks also tend to underperform, says Cahn.
Cahn outlined three responses dealers can collectively take to avoid the risk of antitrust liability:
20) Clausen and Cahn were selected by Katherine Dreier and Marcel Duchamp for inclusion in the 1926 international Societe Anonyme exhibition in New York.
Cahn has been accused by the board of elections of three transgressions: leaving campaign material in the student union office, putting up more than three posters on a single bulletin board, and speaking negatively of another candidate.
Included are over 50 works of early American silver, all of them from the Cahn collection except the extensive Revere tea service--the most complete one known in America--originally made for the Bostonians John and Mehitable Templeman and today in the collection of the MIA (1792; Fig.
As a starting point for understanding this intractable state of affairs, Cahn and Carbone paint a map of American families that tracks familiar political divisions.
Cahn noted that Turkey, as it took place between western and eastern worlds, would help companies to open to the Middle East, Europe and Central Asia markets.
Mr Cahn said: "Ninety percent of our customers are SMEs and we helped them to generate pounds 3.
By showing how the seemingly irrelevant antics of youth threatened the social order, Cahn makes scrutable why something as innocuous as integrating high schools could throw Southern whites into a violent panic.
In ten excellently crafted chapters, Cahn brings the tensions and concerns of the New South and its girls to life.
Cahn (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2007.
Discussions here this morning will result, not in the familiar thing of 'just talking', but in an action plan of how we can have concrete business opportunities benefiting both sides," said Andrew Cahn, Executive Director of the UK Commerce and Investment Programme.