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Russian writer whose best known novel was banned by Soviet authorities but translated and published abroad (1890-1960)

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To share how they keep balance while juggling their careers and parenthood, Molly Sims and Harley Pasternak have teamed up with California Almonds, offering easy tips, recipes, snacking inspirations and sample workout routines, found here.
All six of Szifron's shorts are taut revenge parables, black comedies centering upon wronged individuals who, like Pasternak, exact delicious, frequently hyperbolic, vengeance upon their oppressors.
When they decided to create the Nevada HIE board, the Nevada State Medical Society put my name forth as a physician representative," Pasternak recalls.
As revealed by his mother to Sydney Morning Herald, Pasternak is dedicated and passionate about technology and games.
After selecting tennis and bezel diamond bracelets, designers simply need to choose diamonds and/or precious stones and set them in the mountings,” said Zeev Pasternak, Pasternak Findings owner.
After speaking with Pasternak via Skype, Claudio realized that this was exactly the applied-learning experience he wanted for his students.
Nonetheless, little attention has been given to the techniques that Pasternak employed in order to achieve it, and the parallels between the originals and translations in this respect have rarely been drawn.
So she actually weight-trains to keep on that lean muscle tissue," the Daily Mail quoted Pasternak as telling America's Hollywood Life.
Fitness and nutrition specialist, best-selling author and acclaimed celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak, and Majesco Entertainment Company (Nasdaq: COOL), an innovative provider of video games for the mass market, has announced a strategic partnership to develop and produce interactive electronic games based on Pasternak's 5-Factor Fitness program.
LITTLE JOSH'S Paddy Power Gold Cup victory on Saturday provided his sire Pasternak with his most notable success, as Alan Varey prepares to stand him for the first time next year at his Batsford Stud in Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, writes George Kimberley.
The apparent poisoning of the Neztsosie children, as well as countless of their fellow Navajos, could be said to have begun in October 1941, writes former Los Angeles Times reporter Judy Pasternak in Yellow Dirt: An American Story of a Poisoned Land and a People Betrayed, her chilling account of uranium mining on Navajo land.
Expertly compiled, edited, and arranged by Velvel Pasternak, "The Jewish Songbook" is a 255-page compendium of music complete with scores and lyrics.
Joseph Pasternak, a surgeon at National Naval Medical Center (NNMC), Bethesda, Md.
TARZANA - Igor Pasternak calls himself a crazy man.