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Grosz

George. 1893--1959, German painter, in the US from 1932, whose works satirized German militarism and bourgeois society
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What we're doing here is painting the portrait of Einstein - the man, the scientist, his effect on the world - through his writings," Grosz said.
Grosz has made seminal contributions to the fields of natural language processing and multi-agent systems.
Managing Director and CEO, MOL Pakistan, Akos Grosz said that the company is committed to giving it back to the local people in particular and people of Pakistan in general.
Students in EVIT's radio program often say that instructor Steve Grosz is the first teacher who ever believed in them.
Akos Grosz, in his message on the occasion, said the MOL considered it its moral and social obligation to help the distressed people who had to leave their homes under difficult circumstances.
Durante la etapa dadaista, Grosz, Heartfield y Herfelde se habian implicado en el movimiento comunista de los trabajadores y habian producido pequenas revistas politicas a traves de Malik Verlag sin referencia al dadaismo.
Stephen Grosz has clocked up an estimated 50,000 hours as a practising psychoanalyst.
The start of the fair season in London sees a number of galleries mounting important exhibitions, notably Richard Nagy's timely retrospective of George Grosz.
Grosz presents aphoristic stories drawn from his practice as a psychoanalyst.
Psychoanalyst Stephen Grosz gathers a collection of patients' histories in his book, The Examined Life, where he delves into the psyches of a variety of cases taken from his 25-year career.
THE EXAMINED LIFE: HOW WE LOSE AND FIND OURSELVES, BY STEPHEN GROSZ HAVE you ever wondered what psychoanalysts really think of their patients?
A dispute over works by artist George Grosz is revealing the role a German Jewish dealer played in reselling "degenerate" art confiscated by the Nazis in the United States.