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  • international labor comparisons contacts general information: tel: (202) 691-5654 e-mail: [email protected] productivity and unit labor costs aaron cobet (202) 691-5018 labor force, employment, and unemployment rich esposito (202) 691-6071 consumer prices mubarka haq (202) 691-5772 written inquiries should be directed to: u.s. bureau of labor statistics international labor comparisons suite 2150 2 massachusetts ave., ne washington, dc 20212 ****************************************************************************** bls.gov

  • it was no accident that glen aaron spent a year as the late george trofimoff’s cellmate. trofimoff knew aaron had been a lawyer before being sent to prison for two years, and he wanted to tell his story to someone with legal experience who might help him get a new trial. aaron listened, says he believed trofimoff, tried to help, but failed. cia.gov

  • ds: i had been working with professional bodybuilder aaron schow in idaho falls, id whenever i would go home to visit my mom. aaron would evaluate my body fat and advise me on my diet while i would do my actual work-outs with professional bodybuilder rudy richards here in new york. everydayhealth.com

  • aaron’s nickname was “hammerin’ hank”… he batted and threw right-handed… aaron wore uniform #44 in the major leagues except during his rookie year, when he wore #5… his brother tommie aaron was also a major-leaguer who played with the braves… babe ruth hit his 714th home run in 1935, the year after aaron was born… aaron hit his 715th home run off of los angeles dodger pitcher al downing… slugger sadaharu oh hit 868 homers during his career (1959-80) in japan’s major leagues, making him the worldwide home run leader… aaron started his career with the milwaukee braves; the team moved to georgia in 1966, becoming the atlanta braves. aaron played for a new milwaukee franchise, the brewers, in 1975 and 1976. factmonster.com

  • dr. brown: it's never easy to watch a patient waste away. and we all have those times. we all wonder if we could have done better. but we can't let the self-doubt paralyze us. we can still make things right. aaron, do you know of any interpreter services in this area that might be able to handle vietnamese? hhs.gov

  • american national biography; dictionary of american biography; the yale biographical dictionary of american law; burr, aaron. the political correspondence and public papers of aaron burr. edited by mary-jo kline. 2 vols. princeton: princeton university press, 1983; parmet, herbert s., and hecht, marie. aaron burr: portrait of an ambitious man. new york: macmillan press, 1967; melton, buckner f., jr. aaron burr: conspiracy to treason. new york: wiley, 2002; hoffer, peter charles. the treason trials of aaron burr. lawrence: university press of kansas, 2008. infoplease.com

  • the beginner’s goodbye db74490 5 hours 42 minutes by anne tyler read by frank coffee thirty-six-year-old widower aaron woolcott frequently sees the ghost of his wife dorothy, who was killed in an accident that nearly destroyed their house. aaron, who is physically handicapped, moves in with his overbearing sister and learns to say goodbye to the past and open himself up to happiness. bestseller. 2012. loc.gov

  • dr. bothun explained that for leo to have a chance at seeing out of his left eye, brooke and aaron would have to help leo reestablish the brain connection and vision development. to do that, leo would wear a patch over his uninjured eye, forcing him to see out of the injured one. mayoclinic.org

  • beck's father, aaron beck, developed cognitive therapy in the 1970s, after he concluded that many of our psychological problems come from habitual assumptions of the conscious mind, rather than from fears or longings buried deep in the subconscious, as freud thought. as aaron beck puts it, "there is more to the surface than meets the eye." medicinenet.com

  • henry j. aaron is a senior fellow, economic studies, at the brookings institution. a noted healthcare expert, aaron focuses on the reform of healthcare financing; public systems such as medicare and medicaid; social security; and tax and budget policy. this article first appeared on the institution's health360, which focuses on new ideas and developments in health policy and their impact on individuals, communities, and health systems in the u.s. and around the world with a goal to provide a "360-degree view" that includes medical, economic, political, and global health perspectives. medpagetoday.com

  • aaron grew up in san antonio, texas, where he directly experienced the benefit of multiculturalism. the product of a mixed-race family, aaron has always been fascinated by the different cultures and customs of the world. his interest in medicine stems from his interest in people, and he plans to pursue a residency in ophthalmology. aaron blogs about topics in diversity in healthcare, emerging tech, and studying effectively. his interests outside of medicine include coding mobile applications, antique watch repair, traveling, and spending time with his wife, daughter, and puppy. merckmanuals.com