Gregory Goodwin. 1903–67, US physiologist, whose work on steroid hormones led to the development of the first contraceptive pill
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How to use Pincus in a sentence
Except that in his meritocracy, Pincus has created a class of stock just for himself.
Pincus and I had one final lunch shortly before I changed beats and moved across the country in mid-2006.Zynga's IPO Will Make Mark Pincus Silicon Valley’s Next Billionaire | Gary Rivlin | December 14, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
The success of Zynga has already meant that Pincus was granted his few minutes' session across the table from Charlie Rose.Zynga's IPO Will Make Mark Pincus Silicon Valley’s Next Billionaire | Gary Rivlin | December 14, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
Following the IPO, Pincus will own 12 percent of the company yet control 37 percent of the vote.
Pincus, through a spokesman, declined to comment for this article, citing the SEC-mandated quiet period that precedes an IPO.
Pincus Lubliner, which honestly, Mr. Polatkin, there's nothing that feller wouldn't do—a regular Rosher if ever there was one.Elkan Lubliner, American | Montague Glass
Abe seized the glass of ice-water and flung its contents into Pincus Levin's face.
Pincus Levin nodded and shuffled off toward the back stairs, while Abe turned and gazed after him.
Abe looked helplessly at Morris and turned to Pincus Levin, who commenced to tremble violently.
Abe and Morris followed Pincus and the head cutter as they supported the half-conscious Harkavy into the firm's office.