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Examples of "karpoff"
Before entering politics, Karpoff was an administrator and social worker.
James Capsey (Jim) Karpoff (born October 14, 1937 in Smokey Lake, Alberta) is a former Canadian politician. Karpoff was a member of Parliament from 1988 to 1993, representing the riding of Surrey North in British Columbia.
Ken Karpoff (born 14 January 1956) is a Canadian former biathlete who competed in the 1988 Winter Olympics.
Fred Karpoff is an American pianist, music educator, and creator of the 3-D Piano Method of piano playing and teaching. Karpoff received his undergraduate education at Northwestern University, and his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Peabody Conservatory. He is currently Professor of Piano and Ensemble Arts and co-chair of the keyboard department at the Setnor School of Music, Syracuse University. For 3-D Piano Method: The Three-Dimensional Pianist, a "whole-body" approach distributed on a set of six DVDs, co-producers Karpoff and filmmaker Richard Breyer won the 2011 Frances Clark Keyboard Pedagogy Award presented by Music Teachers National Association.
Well-known approaches to piano technique include those by Dorothy Taubman, Edna Golandsky, Fred Karpoff, Charles-Louis Hanon and Otto Ortmann.
Alessandra Karpoff (born 3 June 1963 in Milan) is an Italian voice actress. She contributes to voicing characters in anime, cartoons, movies, and other content.
As an elf, Rena's aging is slower than humans, and her age is never stated. Rena is voiced by Jeong Mi-sook (Korean), Yui Horie (Japanese), Alessandra Karpoff (Italian), and Cristina Vee (English).
She voices Mela in the animated series . She was also known for voicing Nefertari Vivi in the Italian-language version of One Piece until her role was given to fellow voice actress Alessandra Karpoff. She is also known as the voice of Hikari Uchiha in Italian-language version of Naruto and Usagi Tsukino in Sailor Moon.
Together with John Karpoff and Eric Wehrly at the University of Washington, Lott has worked to show the importance of government regulations through both legal and regulatory penalties and the weaknesses of reputational penalties in reducing pollution. Firms violating environmental laws suffer statistically significant losses in the market value of firm equity. The losses are of similar magnitudes to the legal penalties imposed; and in the cross section, the market value loss is related to the size of the legal penalty.
Victor attended a Cossack military school and proved to be skilled at singing, and drawing under the guidance of General Nikolai Karpoff. The Cossacks had been loyal supporters of the Czar, but after the October Revolution of 1917 in which Communism came to power, the Ivanoff family fled to Yugoslavia in 1920 where Victor enrolled to study architecture at the University of Zagreb. His studies were abandoned and he joined the Don Cossack Choir on their world tour which included visiting South Africa in 1936. Africa appealed to Ivanoff and he stayed on, first being employed as political cartoonist by "Noticias", a Portuguese newspaper in Lourenço Marques, before finding work as a cartoonist at the Afrikaans newspaper in Johannesburg, "Die Vaderland", a position he held for 37 years. Joel Mervis recounts that Ivanoff was recruited from Moçambique by the "Rand Daily Mail", but because of his poor English was misdirected to "Die Vaderland" and was promptly snapped up.