Horowitz


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Russian concert pianist who was a leading international virtuoso (1904-1989)

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Caption: Roni Kotel, Natixis; Marc Zuliani, Natixis; Katherine Czech, Natixis; Richard Horowitz, Cooper-Horowitz, Inc.
Elliot Horowitz and Co is a New York based firm which provides a range of accounting, tax and consulting services geared toward entrepreneurial businesses and high net worth individuals.
His father, a millionaire businessman who died of cancer when Horowitz was 21, has been described as a secret fixer in the UK's Labour government of the 1960s.
Anthony Horowitz knows exactly what ingredients are required to satisfy even the most gluttonous James Bond fan and serves them up with the confidence of the self-confessed aficionado that he is.
But Horowitz never lacked combativeness, and here that quality serves him well.
While this length of suspension may be unprecedented for a MLB player, so is the misconduct he committed,'' Horowitz wrote.
Horowitz, who was from the Bronx borough of New York City, rarely bought himself anything, but among the few items he did buy was a washer and dryer so he could clean the clothes he found on the street or in trash cans, Holden said.
Whether it's discussion centered on the conflicts in Syria or the announcement of the new iPhone, Horowitz, who also serves as editor-in-chief, said the idea is to "spark conversation on current events among millennials.
The duo founded the Stecher and Horowitz School of the Arts in 1960.
Horowitz received many awards for his contributions to public life.
In March, founder Israel Horowitz shuttered the firm's one remaining office, at 803 Ninth Avenue in Midtown, and said goodbye to his last 20 employees.
Nearly 20 years ago, attorney Michael Horowitz was working in Bulgaria when he met Doitchin Krasev, a bright young high school student whose parents wanted their son to have a better life in the United States.
Unexpectedly, Horowitz turned the cab-ride conversation to a critique of one small moment in the play's action.
Widely known for his major contributions to Argentinean labour history of the 1930s and 1940s, Joel Horowitz once again demonstrates with this study of the Radical Party between the years 1916 and 1930 his solid understanding of Argentinean political and labour history.