Luft


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Luft

(lūft),
John H., 20th-century U.S. histologist. See: Luft potassium permanganate fixative.

Luft

(lūft),
Rolf, 20th-century Swedish endocrinologist. See: Luft disease.
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Lorna Luft is a fabulous singer in her own right, and although she has appeared to live somewhat in the shadow of sister Liza, she actually has the better voice.
Although true to many |incidents during the Stalag Luft III escape, The Great Escape Hollywood movie's most memorable scenes with Steve McQueen on an army motorbike are not real.
An internet search revealed the names of many Stalag Luft 1 prisoners, as well as many POW numbers, but no match for POW 4528.
Builders David Dunn and Johnnie Tait at Stalag Luft III in Poland >where they built the watchtower
According to Luft, culture creates many difficulties for the scholar in terms of the interpretation and presentation of cases for study.
Luft was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
The facts are what count," Luft told the court, "and the facts aren't good for him.
Brodrick, who lived in the South African city of Durban, was one of the 76 men who tunneled their way out of a camp called Stalag Luft III.
More importantly, however, Luft incorporates this robust vision of Husserlian phenomenology into a broader program of transcendental philosophy committed to the Enlightenment ideals of self-critique and justification.
In this important work, Gal Luft examines five historical case studies to determine the role of culture in the planning and conduct of coalition operations.
Though Hofmannsthal (1874-1929) is best known as a poet and playwright, says Luft (humanities, Oregon State U.
The Great Escape: The Reckoning (9pm) The investigation into the murder of escapees from Stalag Luft III in 1944.