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E·ras·tus

 (ĭ-răs′təs), Thomas Originally Thomas Lüber (or Lieber or Liebler). 1524-1583.
Swiss Protestant theologian and philosopher who opposed Calvinism and the use of excommunication as a punishment.

E•ras•tus

(ɪˈræs təs)

n.
Thomas, 1524–83, Swiss-German theologian.
E•ras′ti•an, adj., n.
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Kids love lemonade stands and kids love the Guinness Book of Records," said Liebler.
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We've come to view The Whitney as three distinct experiences - the restaurant itself, which is the heart of everything we do, the third floor Ghost Bar and the Gardens," said The Whitney's owner, Bud Liebler.
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The city needs more reasons to smile," said Liebler.