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1. Wendy Cozen, DO, MPH Keck School of Medicine of USC
2. There is a second Keck telescope under construction adjacent to the original, now called Keck I, and the two telescopes may be able to function as an optical interferometer.
3. Don't Go Applauding Apple Just Yet Catie Keck 8/17/2020
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5. The twin Keck Telescopes on Mauna Kea regularly team up as an interferometer.
6. Amess graduated from the Keck School of Medicine of The University of Southern California in 2006
7. Because of that, verifying Kepler's discovery was prioritized by telescopes at the W.M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii.
8. The lens was discovered through a combination of Hubble Space Telescope and Keck telescope imaging and spectroscopy.
9. In 2005, the Gemini and Keck telescopes obtained spectra of Haumea which showed strong crystalline water ice features similar to the surface of Pluto's moon Charon.
10. Pinsky, an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at USC's Keck School of Medicine, said narcissists crave attention, are overconfident, behave erratically and lack empathy.
11. 6 Most Powerful Armies of All Time by Zachary Keck Akhilesh Pillalamarri In an anarchical system like international relations, military power is the ultimate form of currency.
12. Bonis is an anesthesiologist in Chico, California and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Keck Medical Center of USC and Lakewood Regional Medical Center
13. Bonis graduated with Honors and Distinction from California State University Long Beach in 1985 and immediately matriculated into the USC Keck School of Medicine in Los Angeles, California, where he earned his MD degree with Honors.
14. The second camp insists, in contrast, that publicity has been transnational at least since the origins of the interstate system in the 17th century. Citing Enlightenment visions of the international ‘republic of letters’ and cross-national movements such as abolitionism and socialism, not to mention world religions and modern imperialism, this camp contends that the Westphalian frame has always been ideological, obscuring the inherently unbounded character of public spheres (Boli and Thomas, 1999; Keck and Sikkink, 1998).