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  • On page 22, "Herold" was corrected to "Harold" to be consistent with other mentions of this name on the same page.

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  • Ms. Herold describes the loft as "a little modern with warm charm to it."

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  • Mr. Herold estimates that the renovation cost just under $400,000.

    Loft Full of Built-ins

  • Rayon Richards for The Wall Street Journal The home, which Mr. Herold shares with his wife, Helene, and a young child, has 12-foot ceilings and south-facing windows that allow a lot of light into the open space.

    Loft Full of Built-ins

  • Ms. Herold, who assisted with the color choices for the home, decided on a neutral palette.

    Loft Full of Built-ins

  • Rayon Richards for The Wall Street Journal Mr. Herold said the place looked as if it hadn't been updated since the mid 1980s.

    Loft Full of Built-ins

  • Mr. Herold said he stayed in the home during the entire renovation.

    Loft Full of Built-ins

  • "I put it there for my brother, or whoever, to find while hunting," [Herbert] Herold said.

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  • Another study by Herold and Milhausen concluded that, while woman do tend to choose men who are macho and domineering for one night stands and brief affairs, they look for kinder, gentler mates to settle down with and rear their families.

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  • Thornton PS, Satin-Smith MS, Herold K, Glaser B, Chiu KC, Nestorowicz A, et al. Familial hyperinsulinism with apparent autosomal dominant inheritance: clinical and genetic differences from the autosomal recessive variant. [see comments].

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