Dear Brad and Angelina: the thought you put into your baby names sets an example for the rest of us.
The names of your babies have been mindful -- of both culture and beauty.
In addition, you have allowed your children, John in particular, to self-select names, which may be the greatest gift of all. Mallory Moss is a board-certified nurse practitioner in psychiatry and a founding partner of Baby
Migrants pictured outside the main rail station in Salzburg last year.
Comments regarding the draft need to be submitted by July 20, 2015.
In July 2012, the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act (FDASIA) was put into effect requiring further evaluation of OUS clinical data.
Inspired in part by her Guinean mother, the photographer has spent the last two years researching and capturing African identity from an Occidental viewpoint, taking photographs that she would deem more artistically driven than most of the high-fashion images she finds “a little boring …
when you look at the magazines, it’s always the same thing.” In April, she picked up the Photo Global scholarship at the International Festival of Fashion and Photography in Hyères, France, for her series “Ya Kala Ben.” Shot in her mother’s hometown of Conakry, Leuba asked a group of locals to pose as an assortment of “statuettes.” Upon receiving The Cut’s shipment of clothing, Leuba requested some large, colorful necklaces.
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For this installment of “Out of the Box,” The Cut sent a trunk full of fall knits to Swiss photographer Namsa Leuba.
On April 22, 2015, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released for comment a draft guidance on the Acceptance of Medical Device Clinical Data from Studies Conducted Outside the United States (OUS).