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Saxe specializes in this kind of feel good, remarkably cheesy but always sincere pop music.
In an interview with People magazine, Saxe said his goal is to make music that feels like a “best friend telling you about some really personal part of your life.”
According to Saxe, a phase-out can save billions of dollars in healthcare costs and lost productivity from workers having to call out from respiratory issues in areas that were previously burdened by peaker plant emissions.Our go-to weapon against heatwaves? A dirty backup power source.|Sara Kiley Watson|June 26, 2021|Popular-Science
“For people who reported that their lives were really full of satisfying social interactions, this intervention had a bigger effect on their brains and on their self-reports,” Saxe says.
Last year, Livia Tomova, a postdoc who has been overseeing the research in Saxe’s lab, recruited 40 volunteers who self-identified as having large social networks and very low levels of loneliness.Why do you feel lonely? Neuroscience is starting to find answers.|Amy Nordrum|September 4, 2020|MIT Technology Review
The final stage of the war opened with considerable Bernhard of Saxe-Weimar.
Two days after their arrival in Brussels, Maurice de Saxe made his entry into the city.
A question which has naturally given rise to a good deal of conjecture is the conduct of Maurice de Saxe on this occasion.
This was a few years after the Chevalier de Saxe died, yet the magician readily agreed to comply with the request.The Mysteries of All Nations|James Grant
Amusette, am-ū-zėt′, n. a light field-gun invented by Marshal Saxe.