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gallin

[′gal·ən]
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The tenant moved into the unfinished office, with its open-plan configuration, in May, but until now had been using only a small portion of the space, explained Michael Gallin, partner and vice president of production at John Gallin & Son.
Demand for luxurious new offices has also dried up at John Gallin & Son, a family-owned construction firm that specializes in office interiors for clients from a variety of industries.
"The Oscars are about caviar and blini, not beer and potato chips," says Sandy Gallin, executive producer of the Oscar-nominated Fly Away Home.
Landlord Ira Gallin provided space and some leftover machinery a previous tenant had left behind.
Savage); "Sponsorship as Partnership" (Alice Gallin);"The Colleges Sponsored by a Diocese" (John F.
Contract award: 2014_12903_0033: supply and delivery of spare parts, accessories and body parts, captives, for maintenance, repair and equipping of emergency vehicles in the marine brigade of marseilles battalion equipped by the companies gimaex gallin and was in three batches.
Event sponsors include Benjamin Moore Paints, Johnsonite and Novo Arts; Bentley Prince Street, GE Monogram, Humanscale, International Lights, John Gallin & Wolf Gordon and Workspaces LLC, and Amtico, Atlantic Group, Invista Antron and KI Walls.
Camera (color, Panavision widescreen), Dion Beebe; editor, Peter Teschner; music, Michael Giacchino; production designer, Bo Welch; supervising art director, John Dexter; art director, Maya Shimoguchi; set decorator, Lauri Gallin; costume designer, Mark Bridges; sound (DTS/SDDS/Dolby Digital), Pud Cusack; sound designer/ supervisor, Richard King; visual effects supercisor, Bill Westenhofer; creature designer, Crash McCreery; creature and makeup effects, Mike Elizalde; special effects supervisor, Michael Lantieri; stunt coordinator, Doug Coleman; associate producers, Will Weiske, Michele Panelli-Venetis, Jessica Elbaum; assistant director, Panelli-Venetis; casting, Avy Kaufman.
In 1973 he hired Henry Gallin, a broker who honed punch-card computer programming skills at the New York Times.
But 1886 also bears a particular distinction for one New York family: it was the year when a small masonry and concrete company was founded in Manhattan by an Irish immigrant named John Gallin. Today, under the leadership of the fourth generation of the founder's direct descendants, John Gallin & Son celebrates its 125th anniversary.
''I have never seen the rates between Midtown and Downtown this close,'' Henry Gallin, a senior executive vice president of the firm, told the New York Times.
It is the highest level attainable under USGBC's energy conservation program, notes Tom Gallin, LEED-AP, principal in John Gatlin & Son, Inc., the construction manager and general contractor for the project.