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Schurz

(ʃɜrz, ʃɜrts, ʃʊərts)

n.
Carl, 1829–1906, U.S. general, statesman, and newspaperman, born in Germany.
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8 February 2018 - Indiana, US-based news and information company Schurz Communications Inc.
Robert attended Schurz High School in Chicago where he graduated in 1947.
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Schurz Communications nearly doubled their local market revenues for their Northern Michigan properties after implementation, and at the Herald-Mail in Hagerstown, Md.
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Step Up Chicago has programs at four Chicago Public Schools --Carl Schurz High School, Muchin College Prep, Farragut High School, and Johnson College Prep --with plans to expand to additional schools.
My wife and I were the first residents in the Carl Schurz Siedlung, living on Jakob Leisler Strasse 9.
Yesterday's testimony was given by government witness Dominick Cicale, who said Pizzolo had been overseeing the excavation of the Schurz Avenue site where Basciano's mansion was located but forgot to hook up the French drains in the foundation and ruined the white bricks, according to the Daily News.