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  • "You're going to have great hair and great teeth once you get through these bags," said Ms. Kogan's friend and volunteer, the former model Carrie Coffey.

    Donation Dollars in the Bag

  • Nelson Kon Toblerone House In the Paraty House outside Rio, two concrete boxes are stacked with extreme cantilevers matched only by the clear span of an 88-foot living space, while the Toblerone House shows off Mr. Kogan's mastery of the deep, inviting overhang.

    The New Icons of Design

  • To which Knabb said of Kogan's view (and I was sort of drunk on free wine in actual wineglasses, so I am paraphrasing here), "That's why I'll have a job in five years."

    Gina Frangello: And Then the Panel Came to Blows: Notes on a Publishing Party

  • "The Tinkler," in case you hadn't guessed, is a colleague of Kogan's who has a tendency to mess the ladies 'room.

    Did Wright Matter?

  • "Kogan's office manager is dead, his attorney seems to know nothing, and Pandora Webster has flown the coop."

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • Roscoe Drummond had known we were heading for Kogan's office, so we had no choice but to call the police.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • I asked, remembering the unlocked door at Kogan's office.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • I remembered Kogan's involvement with illegal shipments of computer chips.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • For nearly two decades, she denied any involvement - until 2010 when Barbara, now in her late 60s, admitted to playing a part in hiring a hit man to shoot three slugs into George Kogan's back.

    Forbes.com: News

  • "The commercial's use of the word 'components' represents that it is more than just one part of Kogan's televisions that is the same as in Samsung televisions," it reads.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

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  • portmanteau adj. describing something that is awesome, spectacular, and delicious.

    July 17, 2009