Leopold


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Le·o·pold

(lā'ō-pold),
Christian Gerhard, German physician, 1846-1911. See: Leopold maneuvers.
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Father Leopold also has his own tiny lectionary, sacramentary, chalice, and vestments in four different colors so that he'll be ready for any liturgical season.
Franz Smola, the Museological Director of the Leopold Museum (interim), and Peter Weinhaupl, the Managing Director of the Leopold Museum, are delighted with the museum's comprehensive focus on Schiele.
Preparation and development of the former colliery site "prince leopold" in dorsten-hervest; production of a mw-channel parallel to halterner road between leopold street and former colliery railway, section ix.
Leopold, who calls himself "The German Master", was stunned when Anni's parents Vinod and Nilam got in touch but even more surprised when they treated him like a "long lost son".
Leopold quickly climbed the ranks, managing several different wilderness areas and then accepting an appointment as associate director of the U.
Musician Leopold, 57, lives in Canterbury - 450 miles from Glasgow - and hasn't been to Scotland since his childhood.
Leopold has more than 20 years of engineering management and R&D experience, and will provide technical support at all locations.
The Order of Leopold II is one of the three national Belgian Orders of chivalry.
Alton--SAND COUNTY FOUNDATION, the UTAH FARM BUREAU FEDERATION, the UTAH CATTLEMEN'S ASSOCIATION, TROUT UNLIMITED and WESTERN AGCREDIT named the HEATON RANCH as the recipient of the 2012 Leopold Conservation Award.
A third Jazz Age trial, and the one which most creatively has resonated with filmmakers throughout the years, is Nathan Leopold (1904-1971) and Richard Loeb's (1905-1936) self-described "thrill" kilting of 14-year-old Robert "Bobby" Franks on May 21, 1924.