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Strauss

(strows),
Lotte, 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Churg-Strauss syndrome.
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made worse by the fact that Strauss talks of KP like a snooty prefect lambasting a fag.
tweeted the former South Africa skipper, who toppled Nasser Hussain, Michael Vaughan and Strauss himself.
Biographical details and personal stories about Strauss and his family are set against a backdrop of Germany's cultural history from the onset of the twentieth century to World War II.
Third, I will assert that Strauss had profound aesthetic intentions behind Kramerspiegel; specifically, two lengthy passages for solo piano--the prelude to Song VIII and the postlude to Song XII--are intended by Strauss to be an expression of his artistic philosophy.
Strauss was commentating for Sky Sports on the MCC versus Rest of the World match at Lord's when he made the offensive remark about Pietersen.
While Strauss's compositional work in general, and his operas and ballets and vocal and instrumental works in particular, receive the bulk of the attention, their discussion is prefaced by chapters on Strauss as a conductor, representative of his profession, and businessman, and on his aesthetics.
The idea of dedicating a book to a dialogue or debate between the thought of Leo Strauss and that of Emil Fackenheim is such an excellent one that it is surprising that it hasn't been done before.
For more than six months, Derrick Strauss dedicated his recreational time to training for the Triple Bypass cycle ride through the Colorado Rockies.
4 July 2013 - Israeli food and beverages company Strauss Group Ltd (TLV:STRS) on Thursday said that, together with TPG Capital, it is exploring alternatives for the US private equity firm to exit its minority investment in Strauss Coffee after five years of partnership.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 4, 2013-TPG Capital weighs options for Strauss Coffee exit(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Este libro reune, gracias al trabajo de los editores Antonio Lastra y Raul Miranda, todos los escritos de Leo Strauss (1899-1973) sobre el autor de la Guia de perplejos que de otra manera encontrariamos diseminados en distintas obras, como lo estan los "encabezamientos de los capitulos" a lo largo de la Guia (p.