Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Al Rosen

Related Topics

In the News (Fri 24 May 19)

  Al Rosen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Albert Leonard Rosen (born February 29, 1924 in Spartanburg, South Carolina), (died March 2, 2006), nicknamed "Flip", is an American former third baseman and right-handed slugger.
Rosen won the MVP Award in 1953, after posting career-numbers in batting average (.336), home runs (43) and RBI (145).
Rosen was a.285 career hitter with 192 home runs and 717 RBI in 1044 games.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Al_Rosen   (216 words)

 Platte River Ecology Study   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Rosen (1969) analyzed avian cholera mortalities in California waterfowl and found that in diminishing order of susceptibility the species were wigeon, shoveler, mallard, and pintail.
Rosen (1971b) postulated that the improving physical condition of waterfowl in spring as they are preparing to migrate to northern nesting grounds might be an important factor in preventing winter avian cholera outbreaks in California.
However, high bird densities are presumed to facilitate the transmission of contagious diseases (Rosen and Bischoff 1950; Jensen and Williams 1964), and overcrowding and "concentration" frequently are cited as factors associated with avian cholera outbreaks in migratory waterfowl (Rosen and Bischoff 1950 Petrides and Bryant 1951 Klukas and Locke 1969).
www.npwrc.usgs.gov /resource/1999/platteco/disease.htm   (5078 words)

 Al Rosen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The reigning Major League Executive of the Year, Al Rosen, directed a masterful transformation of the Giants from a last place team to the National League's Western Division champions in 1987, San Francisco's first pennant in 16 years.
Rosen carried his dedication and talent as a player to the front office, serving with distinction as President of both the New York Yankees (1978-79) and Houston Astros (1980-85) prior to joining the Giants.
Cleveland was where Al Rosen spent his entire ten-year Major League career from 1947 to 1956, compiling a lifetime batting average of.285 with 192 home runs and 717 RBIs.
jewishsportshalloffame.com /Hebrew/JSHF/Al_Rosen.html   (408 words)

 Al Rosen of Accountability Research
Al is one of Canada’s best-known forensic accountants, with monthly columns in Canadian Business Magazine and the Financial Post, and regular appearances on Report on Business television, and other national television and radio.
Al is also the principal of Rosen and Associates Limited, a forensic accounting and business valuation firm that he founded in 1990.
Al is the author or co-author of several texts on accounting, and hundreds of articles in various publications concerning earnings quality, corporate governance, and other investor concerns.
www.accountabilityresearch.com /alrosen.html   (138 words)

 Al Rosen -- Exploded on the scene in the AL
Al "Flip" Rosen announced his presence in baseball in a rather loud and convincing way during his rookie season in 1950 with the Cleveland Indians.
Rosen, who had appeared in 35 games with the Indians from 1947-49, hit 37 home runs during his rookie season in 1950.
Rosen became the first player to lead the American League in runs batted in, but not finish in the top five in home runs, since Goose Goslin accomplished the feat in 1924.
www.historicbaseball.com /players/r/rosen_al.html   (445 words)

 INDUCTEES (R)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Al led the American League in RBI’s in 1952 (105), 1953 (145), and was home run champion twice in 1950 (37), 1953 (43).
Al led the A.L. in total bases in 1952 and 1953 as well as slugging average in ‘53.
After the NY Yankees were purchased by Steinbrenner, Al Rosen served as their president in 1978 and 1979.
www.jewishsports.org /html/inductees__r__2.html   (195 words)

 It’s easier being green - March 12, 2005
As the Rosens testify, living green is no longer a kind of countercultural penance in which you must forgo comfort, personal style and your retirement savings in order to give back to the environment.
They had heard talk of "sick buildings," Rosen says, "of people who lived in mobile homes which were made out of plywood and were very tightly sealed, and these people were getting sick." So in the spirit of caution they decided to avoid oil-based paints and materials that contained formaldehyde.
Rosen pulls out an article about a 2004 decision by the World Health Organization to upgrade formaldehyde — a chemical found in many household products, such as glues, plywood and furniture foam — from a probable carcinogen to a known one.
www.mailtribune.com /archive/2005/0312/life/stories/01life.htm   (1268 words)

 Al Rosen Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com
-37 0% 1948 24 CLE AL 5 5 0 0.00
8 0% 1949 25 CLE AL 51 39 2 1.38
29 0% 1950 26 CLE AL 668 433 119 7.42
www.baseball-reference.com /r/rosenal01.shtml   (469 words)

 Al Rosen Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac
Al Rosen was born on Friday, February 29, 1924, in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Rosen was 23 years old when he broke into the big leagues on September 10, 1947, with the Cleveland Indians.
His biographical data, year-by-year hitting stats, fielding stats, pitching stats (where applicable), career totals, uniform numbers, salary data and miscellaneous items-of-interest are presented by Baseball Almanac on this comprehensive Al Rosen baseball stats page.
www.baseball-almanac.com /players/player.php?p=rosenal01   (302 words)

 NetShrine Discussion Forum - Al Rosen for the Hall of Fame!
Rosen, a 3Bman, was the MVP in 1953.
Rosen is 8th in OPS and 4th in RCAA, so he is IN THE MIDDLE OF THE GROUP, not on the fringe.
Rosen was a superstar, albeit for a brief period.
www.netshrine.com /vbulletin2/printthread.php?t=3005   (1563 words)

 Mr. Mint : About Mr. Mint Al Rosen
Rosen was the person who was able to bring the hobby out of the closet and onto the front pages of sports sections in newspapers across the country.
Rosen attended a small baseball card show in early 1978 and instantly knew that this was the business for him.
Unquestionably, Alan Rosen has certainly brought plenty of substance to the hobby, and collecting is much better off for everything he has done to expand the market.
www.mrmint.com /about.html   (604 words)

 NewsForge | Larry Rosen et al. vs. OASIS on licensing
Intellectual property attorney and open source advocate Larry Rosen has issued a call to action to the free and open source software communities on what is yet another battle against "reasonable and non-discriminatory" patent standards.
Rosen says this is not the first time the free and open source software community has had to deal with RAND.
Rosen is asking the free and open source software community to stand with him in opposition to the OASIS patent policy.
trends.newsforge.com /trends/05/02/22/2027219.shtml?tid=147   (679 words)

 Structure of the ArsA ATPase: the catalytic subunit of a heavy metal resistance pump   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In Escherichia coli, high-level resistance to arsenite and antimonite is conferred by the ars operon of plasmid R773 (Silver et al., 1981).
The arsA and arsB genes of the operon encode, respectively, the catalytic subunit (ATPase) and the membrane subunit of a pump that extrudes arsenite and antimonite ions from the cytosol (Chen et al., 1986).
Bhattacharjee H and Rosen BP (1996) Spatial proximity of Cys113, Cys172 and Cys422 in the metalloactivation domain of the ArsA ATPase.
www.nature.com /emboj/journal/v19/n17/full/7593297a.html   (4577 words)

 Al Rosen | BaseballLibrary.com
Determined, exuberant, and prematurely gray, Rosen came up in 1947, but his glove work was so bad that he posed no immediate threat to slick-fielding Indian third baseman Ken Keltner.
But in 1950, his first full season, he led the AL with 37 homers (a league record for rookies at the time), and he honed his fielding skills sufficiently to lead the AL in assists.
In 1953, with his shirt sleeves cut to show his bulging biceps, Rosen led the AL in homers (43) and RBI (145), but lost the batting title to Mickey Vernon on the last day of the season.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/R/Rosen_Al.stm   (1037 words)

 Al “Flip” Rosen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Having played parts of seasons from 1947 to 1949, Rosen became the Indians' full-time third baseman in 1950 and proceeded to knock in 100 or more runs for five consecutive seasons (1950 to 1954).
Rosen was American League home run champion twice.
Rosen led the American League in total bases in 1952 and 1953, and in slugging percentage in 1953.
www.jewishsports.net /BioPages/AlRosen.htm   (201 words)

 Neurobiology of Disease Journal Sample 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
With a world-wide prevalence of >4-6/100,000, classical ALS is characterized by the presence of all of these signs, and electrodiagnostic studies disclose fibrillations, fasciculations, and giant polyphasic potentials; muscle biopsies demonstrate denervation atrophy.
Because autopsy studies of individuals with ALS almost invariably show end-stage disease, it is difficult to reconstruct the evolution and mechanisms of cellular dysfunction and death in these cases.
Cytoskeletal pathology, very similar to that occurring in cases of ALS (Delisle and Carpenter 1984, Hirano 1991), is attributed to impairments in the transport of the NF triplet proteins (and possibly tubulin) (Griffin et al.
www.neuro.wustl.edu /journal/jrnl1.htm   (5990 words)

 SEC v JEROME E. ROSEN, et al - Legal Case Documents
Rosen, the trader exclusively responsible for his firm's market making activity in Systems of Excellence, Inc. ("SOE"), accepted a bribe, in the form of free SOE stock, in exchange for his efforts to manipulate the price of SOE.
In total, Rosen, Calvo and Diversified were ordered to pay more than $3.8 million in ill-gotten gains, prejudgment interest and civil penalties, all arising from their respective roles in the manipulation of SOE stock.
Rosen accepted a bribe in the form of SOE stock from Charles Huttoe, then the President of SOE, as an inducement to manipulate the price of SOE stock.
www.legalcasedocs.com /120/253/153.html   (548 words)

 Rosen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
David Rosen (business) was the longtime chief executive officer of SEGA.
David Rosen (politics) was a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton in 2000.
Joseph ben Isaac Rosen (?-1885), Belorussian rabbi ([1])
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rosen   (210 words)

The streak was ended a year later by the Indians; Cleveland already had a strong nucleus of players, one of whom, Al Rosen, had a monster season this year.
Rosen had another great year in 1954, leading the Indians to the pennant.
His career then ended with surprising swiftness; a bad back ruined Rosen's numbers, and he was out of the league by 1956.
webhome.idirect.com /~brettsmith/History/400Pages/al1953.htm   (279 words)

 CBC Business - Programs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Al Rosen is Canada's leading forensic accountant, a frequent expert witness, a hard-nosed university professor and a corporate muckraker at large.
Rosen was one of the first to criticize the company's accounting, saying it didn't tell the full story.
Rosen is certainly a man on a mission.
www.cbc.ca /business/programs/venture/onventure/032800.html   (973 words)

 Judge won't allow government to link defendants to former terror suspect (printable version)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
U.S. District Judge Gerald Rosen said he should have been warned that the link would be made.
Rosen asked the jurors whether they recognized the photo and none did.
But Rosen said that wouldn't be allowed unless defense lawyers made al-Marabh an issue in the case.
www.rgj.com /news/printstory.php?id=39841   (786 words)

 Rosen & Associates - Al Rosen
Al founded Rosen and Associates Limited in 1990 after heading the litigation accounting and business valuation division of a mid-sized accounting firm.
Dr. Rosen has consulted or given independent opinions on over 750 litigation related engagements.
Al is the author or co-author of several texts on accounting and hundreds of articles in numerous publications.
www.rosen-associates.com /professionals_al_rosen.htm   (120 words)

 BRCA1 in hormonal carcinogenesis: basic and clinical research -- Rosen et al. 12 (3): 533 -- Endocrine-Related Cancer
Meng Q, Yuan F, Goldberg ID, Rosen EM, Auborn K and Fan S 2000a Indole-3-carbinol is a negative regulator of estrogen receptor-alpha signaling in human tumor cells.
Razandi M, Pedram A, Rosen EM and Levin ER 2004 BRCA1 inhibits membrane estrogen and growth factor receptor signaling to cell proliferation in breast cancer.
Rosen EM, Fan S, Pestell RG and Goldberg ID 2003 BRCA1 gene in breast cancer.
erc.endocrinology-journals.org /cgi/content/full/12/3/533   (8034 words)

 Patterns of brain atrophy in frontotemporal dementia and semantic dementia -- Rosen et al. 58 (2): 198 -- Neurology
Patterns of brain atrophy in frontotemporal dementia and semantic dementia -- Rosen et al.
Rosen, Gorno–Tempini, Goldman, Perry, Weiner, Kramer, and Miller), UCSF Memory and Aging Center (Drs.
Rosen, Gorno–Tempini, Goldman, Perry, Kramer, and Miller), San Francisco Veterans Affairs Hospital Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Unit (Drs.
www.neurology.org /cgi/content/abstract/58/2/198   (1163 words)

 Caspase-2 Is Localized at the Golgi Complex and Cleaves Golgin-160 during Apoptosis -- Mancini et al. 149 (3): 603 -- ...
Casciola-Rosen, L.A., Anhalt, G.J., Rosen, A. DNA-dependent protein kinase is one of a subset of autoantigens specifically cleaved early during apoptosis.
Casciola-Rosen, L., Andrade, F., Ulanet, D., Wong, W.B., Rosen, A. Cleavage by granzyme B is strongly predictive of autoantigen status: implications for initiation of autoimmunity.
Rosen, A., Casciola-Rosen, L. Autoantigens as substrates for apoptotic proteases: implications for the pathogenesis of systemic autoimmune disease.
www.jcb.org /cgi/content/full/149/3/603   (6535 words)

 Nat' Academies Press, Measuring Lead Exposure in Infants, Children, and Other Sensitive Populations (1993)
A blood lead concentration might be more useful when lead exposure can be reliably assumed to have been at a given concentration, as in occupationally exposed adults, than when intermittent exposure is occurring or has occurred, as in children exposed to leaded paint.
In a pioneering study, Needleman et al., (1979) found that short-term and long-term neurobehavioral deficits caused by lead were closely correlated to lead concentrations in compact bone, as reflected in tooth lead concentrations (Needleman et al., 1990).
KXRF methods developed in Sweden (Ahlgren et al., 1980) and England (Somervaille et al., 1985, 1986, 1988; Chettle et al., 1989; Armstrong et al., 1992) have demonstrated the clinical utility of bone lead measurements in industrially exposed adults.
www.nap.edu /openbook/030904927X/html/239.html   (542 words)

 Outputs of Radula Mechanoafferent Neurons in Aplysia are Modulated by Motor Neurons, Interneurons, and Sensory Neurons ...
These RM neurons are coupled to B21 by electrical synapses and, in addition, have receptive fields that overlap those of B21 (Rosen et al.
Cropper, E. Evans, C. and Rosen, S. Multiple mechanisms for peripheral activation of the peptide-containing radula mechanoafferent neurons B21 and B22 of Aplysia.
Kupfermann, I., Brezina, V., Cropper, E. Deodhar, D., Probst, W. Rosen, S. Vilim, F. and Weiss, K. In: Reconfiguration of the peripheral plant during various forms of feeding behaviors in the mollusc Aplysia.
jn.physiology.org /cgi/content/full/83/3/1621   (9797 words)

 eBay - al rosen indians, Cards, Autographs-Original items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
1955 Topps Al Rosen #70 Cleveland Indians VG
1961 Topps #474 Al Rosen Indians AL MVP PSA 7 NM
Al Rosen Auto Signed Indians MLB Baseball 1953 AL MVP
search-desc.ebay.com /search/search.dll?query=al+rosen+indians&...   (511 words)

AL HIRSCHFELD was a renowned cartoonist, author and theatrical caricaturist with "The New York Times" from 1929.
Hirschfeld died on January 20, 2003 at the age of 99.
JACK ROSEN, as head of Security at New York City's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, often accompanied important guests to their rooms, sketched them in the elevator, finished the drawing at home and got it autographed.
www.historyforsale.com /html/prodetails.asp?documentid=76081   (263 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.