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Heifetz

Jascha . 1901--87, US violinist, born in Russia
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Heifetz (2011) also provides a seven point framework for identifying adaptive challenge environments.
This generates what Heifetz describes as a 'state of disequilbrium' and ideally an optimal 'range of productive distress'--causing disturbance in everything from our societal structures to our individual mental state.
Heifetz will continue to advise on laws and policies at the intersection of international business and security.
In addition to Ambassador Heifetz, the Summit featured an extensive list of keynote speakers and influential government representatives.
February 19, Finals of the 5th Jascha Heifetz International Violin Competition, Lithuanian National Philharmonic, Vilnius
Performing on a bow once owned by Heifetz, Trusler has received particular acclaim for his performances of works from the 20th century, including concertos by Walton, Berg and Britten.
Dentist Stanley Heifetz renewed in the building for 1,136 s/f of space.
For Lennox and Beth Heifetz, who chairs the firm's Issues & Appeals Practice, the sheer size of Detroit's bankruptcy made it unique.
8] Stocker and Heifetz classified the sirenomelia sequence into 7 types [9]:
Porque no es cualquier cosa oir este concierto--y conste que puede ser la version de Francescatti, de Uto Ughi, de Heifetz, de Nigel Kennedy, de Oistrakh, de Perlman--, no es cualquier cosa llamar a las cosas por su nombre cuando de musica se trata.
Picking up on Kotter's thread that leadership is a force for change, Heifetz recognized its inherently conflictual nature.
The Ambassador Auditorium Collection, and the Yehudi Menuhin (1916-1999), Jascha Heifetz (1901-1987), and Lawrence Tibbett (1896-1960) collections all have California connections, but their work and influence extended far beyond state borders to distant regions of the world.