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Saxe

Hermann Maurice , comte de Saxe. 1696--1750, French marshal born in Saxony: he distinguished himself in the War of the Austrian Succession (1740--48)
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In a previous study, Saxe and Bruneau scanned people's brains as they read stories in which the protagonist experienced either physical or emotional pain.
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Although the New York-born Saxe has been plugging away at music for the better part of the past two decades, she is making her national debut in the United States behind her release "Keeping You in Mind.
An actor with sad eyes who never looks beaten down, Saxe is intriguing both while impassioned and in quiet repose.
Sales and Saxe convey wonderful stories about distinctly Jewish practices at particular camps, and one has a sense of the great variety of experiences and possibilities Jewish camps can provide.
Saxe said that 22 children met DSM-IV criteria for ASD when interviewed during their acute hospitalization.
In his ruling, issued on December 4, 1996, Judge Saxe stated "To interpret [the law] as urged by the defendants.
Saxe will join other world leading technologists from Intel[R], Microsoft[R], Qualcomm[R] and The Olliance Group to examine emerging mobile platforms from both a technical and market perspective.
We are honored and excited to have Jon Saxe join our board," said Jeff Jacob, chairman of CPP's Board of Directors.
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There is not a political phone in the state that isn't busy right now," veteran Democratic State Committee member Diane Saxe said Friday on the immediate effect of the unexpected announcement.
Pictured is Loper, right, presenting the Brian Weakland Award to outgoing president Daniel Saxe in recognition of his "energetic leadership" of the association in 2005.