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  • She recently has appeared in the East Hampton, N.Y., store of womenswear label Elie Tahari, where she helped shoppers create accessories to go with their purchases.

    Prada? No, I Made It Myself

  • Customers Rely on Work-Arounds Heard on the Street: RIM Shareholders Touching the Void "BlackBerry has given us this bad habit of being reachable everywhere and always, and now we are not able to live without it," says David Meir Sasson , a New York-based executive at fashion label Elie Tahari who was on vacation in Rome when the outage hit his device.

    Down and Out of Touch

  • SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Mario Elie is playing beside mild-mannered big men in an easygoing Texas city.

    Elie drives Spurs toward title

  • Biographical details are perhaps unnecessary in Elie Wiesel's case - he is best presented through his own writings and through his actions in pursuit of his call.

    The Nobel Peace Prize 1986 - Presentation Speech

  • I called Elie, "call them and tell they can eat the pastries."

    English-writing Israeli-bloggers

  • Williams is, in Elie’s words, a man “wary of judgments and formulas” whose patience and willingness to listen distinguish him even as they frustrate those hoping for speedy resolution.

    A Flock Divided

  • Williams is, in Elie’s words, a man “wary of judgments and formulas” whose patience and willingness to listen distinguish him even as they frustrate those hoping for speedy resolution.

    A Flock Divided

  • Williams is, in Elie’s words, a man “wary of judgments and formulas” whose patience and willingness to listen distinguish him even as they frustrate those hoping for speedy resolution.

    A Flock Divided

  • Williams is, in Elie’s words, a man “wary of judgments and formulas” whose patience and willingness to listen distinguish him even as they frustrate those hoping for speedy resolution.

    A Flock Divided

  • Just breaking on the news now - apparently the Mormons baptized Elie Wiesel posthumously.

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