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Ach·en·bach

(ahk'ĕn-bahk),
Walter, 20th-century German internist. See: Achenbach syndrome.
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The artwork of West Chicago Cultural Arts Commission member Lewis Achenbach has transformed the interior walls of the West Chicago City Hall at 475 Main St.
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