Liebermann


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Lie·ber·mann

(lē'ber-mahn),
Leo von S., Hungarian physician, 1852-1926. See: Liebermann-Burchard reaction, Liebermann-Burchard test.
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"What the Israeli military and air force are doing is to prevent the war spillover in Israel," Avigdor Liebermann, Israel's defense minister, said.
The 54-years-old American Lowell Liebermann wrote his single movement Sonata for Flute and Harp in 1997.
The first two, works by Henri Matisse and Max Liebermann, were handed over to their rightful owners' heirs in May.
It is one of the most harmful grasshopper species in Argentina, mainly in areas of the Pampas and Patagonia regions (Liebermann 1972, Lange et al.
The pieces are by Henri Matisse, Max Liebermann and Carl Spitzweg.
The Liebermann Villa is the former summer residence of the impressionist painter Max Liebermann (18471937).
Songs relating in some way to the idea of home or a house that also point to the opening of the new home for the National Opera Center are by composers Mark Adamo, David Carlson, Richard Danielpour, Daron Hagen, Aaron Jay Kernis, Lori Laitman, Lowell Liebermann, David T.
The commission, from the then general manager of the Paris Opera, Rolf Liebermann, was for a production in 1980..
A HOARD of art found in Germany last year, some of which was apparently seized by the Nazis, included works ranging from Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Max Liebermann and others dating back to the 16th century.
The collection uncovered included many of the masters of the 20th century, among them Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Marc Chagall, Emil Nolde, Franz Marc, Max Beckmann and Max Liebermann. A person who was present at the search told AFP that trash and discarded food packaging lay around the apartment and the paintings were stored on hand-built shelves hidden behind a curtain.