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Cohen

1. Leonard. born 1934, Canadian singer, songwriter, and poet; recordings include Songs of Leonard Cohen (1968), Songs of Love and Hate (1971), I'm Your Man (1988), and Ten New Songs (2001)
2. Stanley. born 1922, US biochemist: shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1986
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Cratsley ordered Alan Cohen, Marc Cohen and their clinics to pay the damages, which include about $600,000 in legal fees, in a summary judgment filed Tuesday.
State corporation records last filed in 2005 list Alan Cohen as president of Blue Hill Chiropractic Group Inc.
Alan Cohen agreed to voluntarily surrender his chiropractic license or not renew it in 2004, according to state licensing filings.
CASE FACTS: On February 3, 1999, Blossom and Abraham Cohen filed suit against Humana Medical Plans, Inc.
Cross-examined by him, she said she was aware of problems arising from a pounds 38, 000 VAT demand inherited by the Cohens but provision had been made for that in the sale.
Julia Maslin told an employment tribunal she was also upset by Barry Cohen's refusal to pay statutory sick pay when she went off work with stress at the Bryn Howell Hotel, Llangollen, .
For the Cohens government was merely one competitor among many for power in daily life and it was neither a very well organized nor a very effective one.
Recent studies of everyday spiritual life both in the countryside and in cities suggests that Christianity was much less something imposed and policed from above by the Church, than something negotiated and built from below by local communities, an argument that would fit well with the Cohens' more general view of how things worked in the renaissance.
That foresight and ability to spot retailing trends almost before they happened helped Cohen transform Giant from the single-store operation started by his father near the end of the Great Depression into one of the nation's largest regional grocery chains.
At the time of his death, Cohen, who took over the day-to-day operation of Giant from his father in 1964, held 50% of the voting stock in the 164-store retailer.