WEISS


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WEISSWorkshop on Industrial Experience with Systems Software
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There was a box of vestas, two inches of tallow candle, an A D P brier-root pipe, a pouch of seal-skin with half an ounce of long-cut Cavendish, a silver watch with a gold chain, five sovereigns in gold, an aluminum pencil-case, a few papers, and an ivory-handled knife with a very delicate, inflexible bade marked Weiss & Co.
Weiss Realty, State Bank of Long Island, Advantage Title, Arrow Electronics, Inc.
Weiss said she's proud to be able to present the event, which has been held the past six years.
To test this, Weiss let feces build up in little containers housing some of her caterpillars.
Weiss begins with the descriptions of the 1589 Medici Wedding Festivities, Monteverdi's critique of Striggio's libretto to Orfeo (Monteverdi's first opera) and ends with essays by current opera composers John Adams and Philip Glass.
Weiss heard his first Messiah at age 9 when his parents took him to a New York production.
In 1941, Ed Weiss was twenty years old, a radio operator in the U.
NEW YORK -- Rhoda Weiss, APR, Fellow PRSA, took the helm Jan.
Both buildings--on Clinton Avenue in Clinton Hill and Carlton Avenue in Fort Greene--are owned by Weiss and are the first of their kind in Brooklyn.
Weiss paused to chat with aides and shuffled papers, but appeared to be watching Diamond most of the time.
Between 1998 and 2001, Weiss took some of the first steps toward building cellular logic gates when he modeled and built a cellular inverter, an AND gate, and two other gates.
Rather than look for modern dance choreographers for future ballets, Weiss wants to tap what he sees as a "big, big surge of classical choreographers," who incorporate folk, modern, and other dance forms, "but in their own way," as classical choreographers have done in the past.