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Horowitz

Vladimir. 1904--89, Russian virtuoso pianist, in the US from 1928
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Shattered Blue's release was a dream come true, and now I'm thrilled to begin work on The Story of David, a project inspired by a real-life story with no less magic and just as much heart," says Horowitz.
Anthony Horowitz knows exactly what ingredients are required to satisfy even the most gluttonous James Bond fan and serves them up with the confidence of the self-confessed aficionado that he is.
Robert Weisz, RPW Group,; Richard Horowitz, Cooper-Horowitz, Inc.
Smith College Professor of American Studies Daniel Horowitz rescues Packard from scholars who assume that popularizers are too trite to be important.
In addition to raising new funds, Andreessen Horowitz recently brought on additional partners, Scott Weiss and Peter Levine, who have increased the firm's capacity to work with the large number of talented entrepreneurs seeking a relationship.
Every time Horowitz walked on stage, a palpable sense of anticipation and excitement filled the air.
Casey Klein, Richard Horowitz, Cooper-Horowitz; Bruce Menin, Crescent Heights
The oldest in a family of three, Horowitz captained the cross-country team as a senior and ran track for the Polar Bears, earning New England Small College Athletic Conference All-Academic honors on five occasions.
Many readers will be familiar with Stecher and Horowitz as an internationally acclaimed piano duo who began performing in 1951.
The agents e-mailed Horowitz a photo, hoping he could identify the man.
8 million price paid by Horowitz to the city for the land was substantially below market value and that it would create a waste of potential benefit to the community.