Waldstein


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Waldstein

(German ˈvaltʃtaɪn)
n
(Biography) a variant of (Albrecht Wenzel Eusebius von) Wallenstein
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Contract award notice: From waldstein to pckler - princely quality of service for our guests.
The drink was first made by New York firm Maas & Waldstein as Ironbrew and branded "the ideal American drink".
For Robert Waldstein, the challenge was to digitize his organization's publications archive.
Moreover, it garners fervent support among the hierarchy and many lay Catholics, while authors such as George Weigel, Michael Waldstein, and Christopher West have popularized the concept for general audiences.
1798: Giovanni Casanova, Italian adventurer, lover and romancer, at his Castle of Waldstein, Bohemia.
1798: Giovanni Casanova, Italian adventurer, lover and romancer, died at his Castle of Waldstein, Bohemia.
Rachel Waldstein and Jehan Jones-Radgowski, successful job share partners in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, said their individual strengths combine to bring to the job a richer perspective on issues, due in part to the extra viewpoint.
The middle and late works are equally well served, with a Waldstein of great clarity, an excitingly impetuous Appassionata and, on a totally different level, a gently humorous Op.
Waldstein of the University of Maryland in Baltimore and colleagues report in the medical journal Hypertension.
1969); WOLFGANG WALDSTEIN, TEORIA GENERALE DEE DIRITTO (2001).
Maxim Waldstein, The Soviet Empire of Signs: A History of the Tartu School of Semiotics.
With no warning, the advertised main piece was dropped: not Beethoven's mighty Appassionata Sonata, but his Waldstein.