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There's no doubt that the budget cuts in education had an impact on how we do staffing," Sopher said.
The recipients of Germany's official decoration, Sadik Al-Azm, Neil MacGregor and Eva Sopher, are international figures who have close ties to the country, and contribute to intercultural understanding, in the spirit of the Goethe-Institut.
Sopher adds the accelerator did more than offer her investment capital.
Brandts and Cooper 2006a, 2007; Chaudhuri, Schotter, and Sopher 2009; Weber et al.
Sopher, a pediatric endocrinologist at Columbia University in New York.
Barclays Wealth also hired Michael Gordon, Scott Madison and Jonathan Sopher as advisors in New York.
Frances Sopher of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, and Nancy Marcusson of Fallbrook, Calif.
Ever the inventor, co-founder Joseph Sopher is keen to expand the range with creative and delicious flavours.
Ballinger, Palumbo, and Wilcox 2003: Schoner and Sopher 2003; Kuang, Weber, and Dana 2007).
For a very brief sampling, consider, for example, Natasha Korda, "The Tragedy of the Handkerchief: Female Paraphernalia and the Properties of Jealousy in Othello"; Lynda Boose, "Othello's Handkerchief;" James Calderwood, The Properties of Othello; Harry Berger, "Impertinent Trifling: Desdemona's Handkerchief"; Richard McCoy, "The Tragedy of the Handkerchief: Objects Sacred and Profane in Othello;" Peter Stallybrass, "Patriarchal Territories"; Andrew Sopher, "Felt Absences," and The Stage Life of Props; Karen Newman, Fashioning Femininity; Hornbeck, Robert, "The Emblems of Folly in the First Othello.
Marc Sopher had horrible back pain to the point that he lay on his stomach to read his kids' bedtime stories.
At the end of the services, a local community leader named Solomon Sopher made an announcement.