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Nirenberg

Marshall Warren. born 1927, US biochemist; shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1968) for his role in deciphering the genetic code
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While Nirenberg has voted with his colleagues to approve the Abengoa subsidiary contract and the water rate increase, he has remained skeptical amid lingering concerns about the project, including Abengoa's deteriorating financial status.
In the first chapter, Nirenberg cogently argues that Christians developed a negative stereotype of Islam after the year 1000 as part of the imperialistic ambitions of the papacy to give Christians a common project and a shared sense of purpose.
Nirenberg, David, 2013, Anti-Judaism: The Western Tradition, New York: W.
Right now we have no treatment to prevent or slow Parkinson's,'' Nirenberg, of NYU Langone Medical Center, said.
This means that weather conditions are extremely important for the development of various microfungi (Torp & Nirenberg, 2004; Uhlig et al.
The deal team comprised partners Matt Stott, Judith Kim, Dominic Gregory and David Nirenberg, counsel Ed Bennett and associates Alice Straub, Serena Lennon, ron Lee, Joanne Chan and Bhavesh Madia.
Nadal Nirenberg of Brooklyn lost his phone in a cab at 4am on New Year's Eve.
That such antisemitic tropes and cliches fuelled the cultural history of Western Europe is indisputable (Ferguson 1988:1-31; Penslar 2001; Nirenberg 2003:202; Wisse 2007; Muller 2010; Karp 2011:96, 105) and their role in Nazi propaganda about Jewish plutocracy has been well documented (compare Herf 2006:66).
Sheila Nirenberg, a computational neuroscientist at Weill Cornell, envisions a day when the blind can choose to wear a visor, similar to the one used on the television show Star Trek.
Nirenberg and is currently a postdoctoral researcher at Stanford University.
2) REMICs are "the tax vehicle of choice" in the multi-class mortgage-backed-securities market today (Peaslee and Nirenberg 2001).
About accusations used to prosecute minority groups, sometimes described as "judicial persecution," see David Nirenberg, Communities of Violence: Persecution of Minorities in the Middle Ages (Princeton, N.