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Kaufman

George S(imon). 1889--1961, US dramatist who, with Moss Hart, collaborated on many Broadway comedy hits
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In the poem "O-JAZZ-O," Kaufman shows how jazz transcends human origins and becomes the primary element in the universe, the origin of all things:
Kaufman acknowledged things still don't look great long-term for the tobacco industry.
That's the premise behind the Kaufman Institute, a learning hub for insurance professionals that uses artificial intelligence to enhance and personalize the educational opportunities for users.
Kaufman is 72 years old, on tour with her septuagenarian band mates.
Scott Kaufman persuasively makes the argument that America's only unelected president deserves far more consideration than what he has received from the scholarship limited to his brief tenure as the thirty-eighth president, or as part of a series of short books on American presidents.
In addition to managing a full-time practice, Kaufman is currently writing an epistolary novel entitled, "Letters from the Rhineland," based on a series of letters written by his grandparents when they were trying to get out of Nazi Germany.
Kaufman presented his own set of data to reinforce this point.
Kaufman reported no relevant financial relationships to disclose.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Ann Vycital and Doris Schaefer; and two brothers, Charles and Ted Kaufman.
Insurance company AdminaHealth LLC revealed on Wednesday the appointment of Neil Kaufman as its new chief technology officer (CTO).
Henry Kaufman has been an astute observer of the financial scene for over six decades as well as an active participant.
The Kaufman Organization announced that Equity Zen, which operates a secondary marketplace for company-approved investment transactions, has signed a 5,702 s/f lease to relocate and expand its New York City offices at Kaufman's' 45 West 27th Street (45W27) in Midtown South's NoMad neighborhood.