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auster

[′ȯs·tər]
(meteorology)

Auster

the southwest wind. [Rom. Myth.: Kravitz, 42]
See: Wind
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Notwithstanding the setback with Golodirsen, Sarepta stock will ultimately succeed if its DMD gene therapy SRP-9001 wins, Credit Suisse's Auster said in a Monday note.
Durham Amateur Rowing Club members (left to right) Dave Green, Vaughan Gordon, Steve Auster. Helen Adair and Colin Lawson with the "Durham ARC" boat which has been brought out of retirement
Something like that thinking seems to have motivated Paul Auster to depart from his usual minimalistic and highly controlled style in this mammoth novel of the several lives of one Archibald Isaac Ferguson.
Paul Auster's digitally-titled 4 3 2 1 recounts the childhood and 1960s coming-of-age of a literary-minded New Jersey Jewish boyand, as befits a countdown, the novel's most striking and appealing trait is a feeling of onrushing momentum, which is a necessary trait, too, given that 4 3 2 1 goes on for nearly 900 pages.
Mar<AEi>a Laura Arce presents readers with a comprehensive examination of the influence of American postmodern poet, writer, and filmmaker Paul Auster. The author covers Paul AusterAEs intertextual relationship with Maurice Blanchot, the writing inspiration of the other as expressed in Ghosts, inspiration for the construction of a new universe in The Music of Chance, the inspiration of the created object in Mr.
The writers to be discussed next, Tobias Wolff, Paul Auster and Don DeLillo, would not take exception with Baudrillard's description, only the tone of his castigation.
Four fabric covered Auster aircraft were left at Lahore Airport as Pakistan's share by the British 659 Air OP squadron, once rest of the squadron flew back to India in October 1947 as it had been temporarily located in Lahore to assist Boundary Commission.