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(bĕr-lin'),
Rudolf, German ophthalmologist, 1833-1897. See: Berlin edema.
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Targeted to international decision-makers, the campaign positions Berlin as an exciting business and science location, a future-oriented industry region and a world-renowned creative metropolis.
Contact the Berlin Agricultural Commission's garden manager at dauby52@gmail.
VAR Berlin wall pieces at the Potsdamer Platz (AFPTV, Berlin, November 2010)
While the basketball, handball, ice hockey and volleyball clubs have been successful in recent years, soccer in Berlin is a thorny issue with the German city the only major European capital lacking a top-flight team.
The thirteen authors are specialists in different fields who do not seem to have much in common except one belief: Berlin matters.
Carolyn Berlin, 60, served on the city Planning Board for nine years until 2003, while Phil Berlin, 63, served on the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport commission from 1995 to 2001.
We then took a leisurely stroll down the magnificent tree-lined boulevard called the Unter den Linden which houses some of the most important historic buildings of Berlin.
Immediately after the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, there were glimmers of hope in the form of private investment.
While his contemporaries experimented with their role as social engineer, he chose to re-establish the Berlin block plan, a traditional option which became a counter-revolutionary deed.
CRITICAL THINKING: East German border guard Harold Jaeger seemed confused and somewhat wistful about the disappearance of the Berlin Wall he guarded for so long.
SINCE the fall of the wall in 1989 the city of Berlin has had a slight problem: what to do with its three opera houses?
There's an anecdote that sums up the reaction to the third Berlin Biennial: Philip Guston recalls meeting Willem de Kooning at Barnett Newman's first show in New York in 1950.