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Sachs

1. Hans . 1494--1576, German master shoemaker and Meistersinger, portrayed by Wagner in Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
2. Nelly (Leonie). 1891--1970, German Jewish poet and dramatist, who escaped from Nazi Germany and settled in Sweden. Her works include Eli: A Mystery Play of the Sufferings of Israel (1951) and 'O the Chimneys', a poem about the Nazi extermination camps. Nobel prize for literature 1966 jointly with Shmuel Yosef Agnon
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In the beginning of modern times, economic inequalities among different countries across the planet were not that significant, Sachs posits.
Sachs sees one way out of poverty: "to climb the ladder of development.
Sachs is especially dismayed by the attitude of these agencies toward the MDGs.
Fascinated by the media's role in the trial's progression, Sachs spent about 1 1/2 years researching the coverage in newspapers.
In pitching to search for 250,000 square feet of prime midtown Manhattan recently, he said, Goldman Sachs was undercut by $1 million.
Goldman Sachs Gives and the increased Matching Gift Program will be subject to final approval by the firm's Board of Directors at the end of our fiscal year.
Sachs was a senior sitting on the team bench just a couple of chairs away when Romasco suffered an aneurysm during a Clark Tournament game and later died.
Sachs has scored 16 goals for Hart after scoring 12 in his sophomore season.
Among the things we're going to measure are the temperature changes in nerve cells why they're stimulated," Sachs says.
NEW YORK -- Standard & Poor's, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies (NYSE: MHP), will acquire the market leading Goldman Sachs Commodity Index ("GSCI") and two equity index families from the Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
Sachs and Guharay activate the newly discovered channel, which they call the stretch-activated channel, by applying suction to a thin glass pipette attached to the cell membrane.