A spokesperson for the bank declined to comment, as did representatives from Warburg, Neiman Marcus, and TPG.
Warburg, the Hamburg banker, is attached to the German legation in Stockholm.
In the desert, far removed from medical aid, he obtained much relief from the use of Warburg's Tincture.
My men heard of a man escaping from Warburg, and I thought you were the man.
Glycerol in various percentages in 2.9 percent sodium citrate dihydrate solution was placed in the sidearm of the Warburg flasks.
This of Granby and the bald head is mainly what now renders Warburg memorable.
A more powerful remedy than salicylic acid, where quinia has failed, is the Warburg's tincture.
In pitched battles, and in particular at Minden and Warburg, he proved himself an excellent subordinate.
Warburg War·burg (wôr'bərg, vär'burk'), Otto Heinrich. 1883-1970.
German biochemist. He won a 1931 Nobel Prize for research on the respiration of cells.