Goldstein Gold·stein (gōld'stēn), Joseph Leonard. Born 1940.
American biochemist. He shared a 1985 Nobel Prize for discoveries related to cholesterol metabolism.
Full disclosure: Dr. goldstein was the medical director of the cannabis clinic where I worked several years ago.
But on her way to “Gould, Stephen,” goldstein came upon “goldstein, Rebecca.”
Originally from Columbus, Ohio, goldstein found her calling on a whim.
Breslin still cannot figure how goldstein got a mint antique Ford into that second-floor office.
That first connection over a love of words convinced goldstein to have her editor ask Pinker to blurb her next book.
He was succeeded in 1881 by the present minister, Rabbi goldstein.
"It looks like you're up against it, Glaubmann," goldstein declared.
Or oneness of allness: scientific works and social registers: a goldstein who can't get in as goldstein, gets in as Jackson.
Dr. goldstein met with Joyce, then with her son, and then with them both.
"She is not coming tonight," said goldstein with calm assurance.