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Weinberg

Steven. born 1933, US physicist, who shared the Nobel prize for physics (1979) with Sheldon Glashow and Abdus Salam for his role in formulating the electroweak theory
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Weinberg chairs the New Jersey State Bar Association Family Law Executive Committee and co-chairs the Camden County Bar Association Family Law Section.
"EMG sensors aren't very accurate," said Weinberg, director of Georgia Tech's Center for Music Technology.
Sarah Davis, R-West University Place, cheered Weinberg's decision, but said other TABC officials need to go, too.
Trump offered policy pledges during the campaign and recently released a plan for his first 100 days, but Weinberg advised, "Don't take his campaign rhetoric and specific proposals too literally."
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Throughout his career, Weinberg has arranged almost $2.5 billion worth of 1 commercial real estate transactions locally, nationally and internationally both for tenants and property owners.
William Weinberg, who survived Nazi and communist tyranny to become the first State Rabbi of the community of Holocaust survivors in the German State of Hesse.
In ancient and medieval times, philosophical reasoning attempted to explain the heavens and the Earth, but the connection to experimental method was missing, Weinberg relates in To Explain the World.