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- Alan Goldberg is an American architect, best known for his gas station designs and his extensive participation in the field of hydrogen gas. He lives in New Canaan, Connecticut, with his wife. Goldberg graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a degree in architecture in 1954. From 1977 to 1991, he was a design consultant for Mobil Oil Corporation and created a program that affected about 20,000 stations world wide. Goldberg has been a visiting critic at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and a design juror at the Yale University School of Architecture. Goldberg has also played a major role in the world of hydrogen gas as a member of the National Hydrogen Association. He is also known for his work on the American Airlines Terminal at John F. Kennedy Airport as well as the Seagrams Building. In 2004, the School of Architecture at Washington University in St. Louis awarded Goldberg the "Distinguished Alumni Award.
- Alan Goldberg a.k.a. Alan E. Goldberg is an American Thoroughbred horse racing trainer. He began his career as a professional trainer in the early 1970s, serving as an apprentice to Walter Kelley from a base at New York's Aqueduct Racetrack. In 1974 he went out on his own and in 1989 trained Safely Kept to American Champion Sprint Horse honors. The following year, Goldberg won the most important race of his career to date when Safely Kept won the Breeders' Cup Sprint.
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- Alan Goldberg: Alan Henry Goldberg is a former Judge of the Federal Court of Australia that served from 3 February 1997 to 4 July 2010.
- Alan Goldberg is a screenwriter and TV producer.
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An Encyclopedia of What We Love to Eat by Andrew F. Smith
Hosted by Peter Schillinger, Alan Goldberg, and Pamela Wolfe, producer/writers. (Atlas Media Corporation for the History Channel, 1999). Armstrong, Franny. McLibel: Two People Who Wouldn't Say Sorry. (Oley, PA: Bullfrog Films, 2005), film.
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Robert Alan Goldberg, ...
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Law and Animals, European Union Alan Goldberg, Professor of Toxicology; Director, Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing(CAAT); Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore: http://caat.jhsph.edu: http://altweb. jhsph.edu.
Africa by Ruth M. Stone
Alan Goldberg, writing about the performance of Haitian Vodun, comments that in looking at ritual events (and many musical events mark rituals), scholars who stress the qualities of emergence and indeterminacy in the unfolding of the event ...
by James Stuart Olson
REFERENCE: Robert Alan Goldberg, Barry Goldwater, 1995. GOMER PYLE, U.S.M.C. Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. took the popular rural situation comedy of CBS from the country to the city and from the South to California. However, its popularity ...
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