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United States newspaper publisher (1858-1935)

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Cushnie and Ochs, who have been described as "queens of body-con" throughout their careers, decided it was a perfect time to pay tribute to their muse.
Adolph Ochs, the original member of the Ochs Sulzberger clan, married Effie Wise, the daughter of Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise, a leading American Reform Jewish scholar who founded the movement's rabbinical school, the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, as well as The American Israelite newspaper (Ed: Israel News Faxx editor was an award-winning reporter at that newspaper from 1987-1991).
Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, 66, who took over as publisher in 1992, will remain as chairman of the board of directors of the company, the Times said.
Ochs, acting as power of attorney, signed the application on behalf of his mother attesting that all the information on the application was true and correct, according to the government.
When the room is cleared, the Marschallin, appalled by the thought of the rude Ochs marrying the innocent young girl, muses on her own waning youth.
However, the outstanding performance comes from Henry Waddington as Baron Ochs, snobbish, lecherous, pompous, self-deluding, all of these conveyed in every gesture and expression.
Ochs says she was fired by Elmore officials in December after discussing her concerns with them.
Tax issues are always on top of our mind," Ochs explained.
For the brand's Moon Phase watch, Ochs und Junior adds just five additional components to the base movement to achieve the moon-phase complication: a disc, a toothed dial, and three gears.
Groomsmen were David Lester Brandt, Robert Livingston Chapman Ill, Gabriel Leon'Dra Cartlidge, Monte Harrison Ochs, father of the groom, Anthony Chase Parham, and Matthew Samuel Sharpe.
Ochs explains how a backdrop of low-intensity activity, like walking or hiking, keeps insulin resistance at bay, while intermittent spurts of high-intensity activity, like sprints or lifts, enable optimal fat burning and muscle building.
The film suggests that the pair were very close friends during their early days in Greenwich Village, where Dylan arrived in 1962 and Ochs in 1963, but that Dylan later became distant.
Characterizing metabolism as the central science of biochemistry, Ochs (St.
Ochs bought the publication in 1896 -- to one that drove the national conversation.
Peter Ochs, Another Reformation: Postliberal Christianity and the Jews.