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Wag·ner

(vahg'ner),
Hans, Swiss ophthalmologist, 1905-1989. See: Wagner disease, Wagner syndrome.
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com/name/nm0906031/bio) Natasha Gregson Wagner , with her second husband, Richard Gregson.
Wagner allegedly claimed that she had "no voice," for her means of expression was her "breathing" (p.
Barclays Plc (LON:BARC) advised Van Wagner on the deal.
The case of Richard Wagner is trickier than it seems at first sight.
He is a friend of Katharina Wagner, a great-granddaughter of Wagner and co-director of the Bayreuth festival.
It seems that Wagner set particular expectations for Ludwig.
You criticise my song choice and then you give Wagner the Spice Girls.
It also limits what county officials can say about Wagner when prospective employers seek a reference.
Eva Pasquier-Wagner, 64, and Katharina Wagner, 31, took over the festival from their ailing father, Wolfgang, and are committed to making the event, which is a high point in the classical music calendar, modern.
Rather than grim Bastilles, as the English working class referred to nineteenth-century workhouses, Wagner finds that poorhouses were humane institutions that adapted to their residents even as residents themselves shaped aspects of institutional life and exerted influence on poorhouse managers.
WAGNER Legendary author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created one of literature's most famous characters, the detective Sherlock Holmes.
Opera and Modern Culture: Wagner and Strauss, by Lawrence Kramer.