Blum


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Blum

Léon . 1872--1950, French socialist statesman; premier of France (1936--37; 1938; 1946--47)
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Lee & Associates NYC principals Dennis Someck and Justin Myers arranged the 7,147 s/f lease for the gallery, which will be known as Blum Arts when it opens in September.
Over the past two decades, Blum has orchestrated about a dozen suits inspired by what he says is his desire to create a "colorblind" society.
Blum has since standardized on Engel tiebarless presses for all its in-house molding in Austria and at its Blum, Inc.
Birnbaum's charming, interesting, and, on the whole, thoughtful book on Blum introduces an important historical figure about whom most Americans know little, if anything.
At his current by-appointment-only boutique, Blum offers drinks and cigars (if you're of age, of course) while addressing all of your jewelry needs.
This was vintage Blum, and explains why he is a perfect subject for Yale's Jewish Lives series.
Blum settled with his parents in South Africa in 1937, when he was twelve.
Born in the Garment District of Paris, on April 9, 1872, into a family of five brothers of Alsatian Jewish origin, Blum came of age during the Alfred Dreyfus Affair of the 1890s.
The pain here is palpable, and Blum is highly skilled in showing the reader the complexity of contemporary Jewish life in a largely indifferent gentile world.
Blum is cautiously optimistic for the current fiscal year and expects positive results.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-May 20, 2014-CBRE Group names Ray Wirta as new chairman to succeed Richard Blum