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vitamin P

[′vīd·ə·mən ¦pē]
(biochemistry)
A substance, such as citrin or one or more of its components, believed to be concerned with maintenance of the normal state of the walls of small blood vessels.
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This is the second year in a row that Citrin Cooperman has been ranked among the nation's top 25 companies, up three spots from 28th in 2012.
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By the time Citrin was a senior in high school, he knew he wanted to become a chief.
Citrin said that champions and legacy builders learn to change the focus of attention to the success of others and extend beyond oneself.
In the patient with citrin deficiency (case 1), array CGH showed a heterozygous deletion within the SLC25A13 gene on chromosome 7g21.
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I love the fact that we have one place where we can record and track all of our activities," says CPA Paula Vuksic, a director at Citrin Cooperman.
Despite the noncompete agreement, Citrin decided to quit working for IAC and go into business for himself.
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Ed found that some people who might not have been considered the stars in the prior regime absolutely unleashed their energy and creativity" in a different climate, says James Citrin, of executive search firm Spencer Stuart, who placed Zander in the position.
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An audit and accounting partner at Citrin Cooperman & Company, LLP, in New York City, Nick's practice areas include advertising, financial services, mergers and acquisitions, staffing and, of course, restaurants.