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winner of a Nobel prize

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The winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize for literature, one of the truly deep short-story specialists in the great tradition of Katherine Mansfield, said it again, almost as an incantation: "I just write it the way I feel it and that's it" (Alice Munro, "Will Nobelist Alice Munro Come out of Retirement?
Here is how my distant scientific ancestor, the Nobelist Rita Levi-Montalcini, put the point in her autobiography, to explain why she knew she was smarter at ninety than she had been at twenty:
With his fellow Nobelist, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, he set up the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which allowed human rights offenders of all races to admit their crimes publicly in return for lenient treatment.
Eighteen years earlier, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, a literature Nobelist who served time in the Gulag for criticizing Stalin, offered an identical prognosis in a Harvard speech.
Among his supporters is peace Nobelist Oscar Arias Esquivel of Costa Rica, who flatly said Bergoglio was no collaborator.
The Nobelist said this was where the Cost of Living Allowance came in, the postponement of which he said was not enough.
It may not be widely known that the late Nobelist poet, Wislawa Szymborska, also reviewed books.
Metaphorically, the Nobelist has delivered a lethally lyrical strike against Israel.
In The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 1, 1907-1922, the first of a slated dozen or so volumes of his complete, unexpurgated correspondence, the future Nobelist recounts, often in tedious detail, his love of fishing, his heroics on the Italian front, and his burgeoning friendships with expatriate American writers Ezra Pound and Gertrude Stein.
Augustine also brought back a galaxy of German star scientists, including Hahn, Nobelist Max von Laue, Karl Wirtz, Erich Bagge, and Carl von Weizsacker.
To understand why the Fed's fantastic claims and denials are rarely subjected to the indignity of empirical verification, we have to look no further than the late Nobelist Milton Friedman.
Nasar, an economist herself, profiles a long list of notables--from novelist Charles Dickens to Nobelist Amartya Sen--who have applied their prodigious intellectual talents to improving the lot of that lower 90 percent.
School of Law), this volume collects papers from the school of "new institutional economics" pioneered by economics Nobelist Douglass North, with a particular emphasis on writings that address the role of institutions in substantial cross-country variations in levels of economic performance, as well as a bias towards more recent works.
He did receive International recognition for this work including the nomination for the Nobel Prize by none other than Nobelist Professor Joshua Lederberg (Eugene Garfield, personal communication).
editor of Wired), by 2003 Peace Nobelist Shirin Ebadi, even by designer Giorgio Armani.