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Novgorod sculptor who lived at the end of the 13th and the beginning of the 14th centuries.

Avram pieced together the captured western gate (executed 1152–56) for the cathedral of St. Sophia in Novgorod. On the gate he placed a sculptured portrait of himself holding his tools in his hands and bearing the inscription “Master Avram.”


Sobko, N. N. Slovar’ russkikh khudozhnikov, vol. 1, issue 1, columns 23–32. St. Petersburg, 1893.
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Avram, who is codirector of the Massachusetts General Hospital/Wellman Laser and Cosmetic Fellowship.
The court heard Avram, a self-employed builder, contacted Tesco when he suspected the vouchers might be fake.
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Before transferring to the New York Division of Toll Brothers, Avram also managed high-rise urban development, including condominium conversions, adaptive reuse, parking garages, and new high-rise developments in Hoboken and Jersey City, NJ.
I'm still in touch with guests from Mexico, from Canada who just wanted to be in this spot," Avram says.
In his spare time, Avram looks for vulnerabilities in Web services operated by Google, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, eBay, PayPal and other companies that allow security researchers to do so, as long as they report their findings privately and don't cause any damage.
It is with no disrespect to Northern Ireland, but Avram does not intend on applying for the job and he hasn't called the IFA.
He said: "They asked to speak with me last year before Avram Grant was appointed, so I went to David Sullivan's house.
A good man, Avram was given every chance but he was sadly unable to deliver, Brady said.
Grant picked the players - many of them good players who should have done a lot better - and they didn't perform Avram throughout the season.