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taube

(ˈtaʊbə)
n
an early German monoplane
[C20: German, literally: dove]
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There was a Taube close at hand and I can tell you something which the Admiralty here are keeping dark, with their tongues in their cheeks.
Edited by Alexander Kulik, Catherine Mary MacRobert, Svetlina Nikolova, Moshe Taube, and Cynthia M.
The six-women piece is on the inaugural roster for San Francisco Opera's Dianne and Tad Taube Atrium Theater, part of the company's newly renovated Diane B.
Gilligan currently serves as the Tad and Dianne Taube director of the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace at Stanford University, a position he has held since Sept.
Bank of the West has been the title sponsor of the classic since 1971, and the tournament will again be played at Stanford's Taube Family Center.
For contributions to IPC-A-610F, Ken Moore, Omni Training; Anitha Sinkfield, Delphi Electronics and Safety, and Rainer Taube, Taube Electronic, received Distinguished Committee Service Awards.
To better understand the recent sentencing and other insider trading cases, Seth Taube, a former New York branch chief of enforcement at the SEC and who now works at Baker Botts, where he is chair of the securities and shareholder litigation practice group, said there are simply more dangers for defendants involved with hedge funds.
Baron von Taube, the camp commander, banned football just a week after the cup final (see main story), supposedly because of the risk of breaking windows.
Brook Taube, CEO of Medley, said, 'We are pleased to add Sam to our growing team at Medley.
The title could refer to both plane and child, as Taube means "dead" in German.
Tad Taube, a distinguished benefactor of the museum, offered his congratulations, saying, "His scholarship is world-renowned and his vision for the Museum is impressive.
PSA/DNA authenticator John Taube was attempting to determine whether the bat had indeed been used by Mantle when he noticed modifications indicative of illegal bat-corking.