Saxe


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Synonyms for Saxe

a French marshal who distinguished himself in the War of the Austrian Succession (1696-1750)

an area in Germany around the upper Elbe river

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If brain entropy could offer useful insight into intelligence, Saxe proposed, then it should track closely with IQ scores.
Robert] Metcalfe, the developer of Ethernet, felt that the value of networks increased as the square of the number of connected elements," Saxe explains.
The department's popular conferences include the Annual Financial Reporting Conference (covered in the July 2015 CPA Journal), its Annual Audit Conference, and the Emanuel Saxe Distinguished Lecture.
In a previous study, Saxe and Bruneau scanned people's brains as they read stories in which the protagonist experienced either physical or emotional pain.
Still, Gertner's pragmatic side recognized the limits of symbolism in defending a militant like Saxe.
7/27/2009 Respiratory Care in the Saxe Communication
Now living in the San Diego area, Saxe will stop at the Hult Center today for a Leap Day show during the first leg of her American tour.
An actor with sad eyes who never looks beaten down, Saxe is intriguing both while impassioned and in quiet repose.
While I might have been more engaged in my reading had the authors used more anecdotes and related more personal recollections from campers across many years and generations, Sales and Saxe offer detailed information through tables and charts about demographics, attitudes, criteria, and "Jewishness," broadly defined.
Artists include: Jennifer Bolande, Yvette Brackman, Jeanne Dunning, Paula Hayes, Amy Saxe, Annika Strom, and Dannielle Tegeder Through January 11
Glenn Saxe, chairman of the department of child and adolescent psychiatry at Boston University.
David Saxe presents a very frightening picture of the United States in the twenty-first century.
Saxe said that 22 children met DSM-IV criteria for ASD when interviewed during their acute hospitalization.
JOHN SAXE FERNANDEZ/Miembro del Instituto de Investigaciones Economicas-UNAM
This is what you call a historical irresponsibility," David Saxe told the Washington Times.