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n.1.That part of the army, in Germany and Austria, which has completed the usual military service and is exempt from duty in time of peace, except that it is called out occasionally for drill.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Other teachers honored were Kathleen Shannon, Lincoln second-grade instructor, with 31 years; Karen Powell, Washington fourth grade with 25 years; Melanie Poole, MHS English, with 30 years; Lincoln third grade's Piper Bragee with 27 years; Phyllis Landwehr, Longfellow fifth grade with 20 years; Vickie Damron, MHS family and consumer science with 12 years; and Air Force Col.
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The Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore has chosen veteran real estate and government relations adviser Bill Jones to serve as interim president and CEO while it searches for a new permanent leader.<br />Jones, who previously served as senior adviser to Baltimore County Executive Jim Smith and currently heads consulting firm Farview Advisors, will lead the EAGB through the end of 2018 while the search to find a permanent replacement for former President & CEO Shannon Landwehr continues, the alliance announced Monday morning.<br />Landwehr, who originally announced her intention to step down at the end of 2017, has continued to lead the alliance through the first half of 2018 while the EAGB board conducted its search for her successor.
Andreas Landwehr, Beijing bureau chief of German newswire dpa, stated his optimism.
Meanwhile, Goethe-Institut Gulf Region director Dr Gabriele Landwehr noted that the exhibition presents the visitors a walk through German art history.
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"Sawa is dedicated to sharing and exchanging experience and ideas in appropriate museum studies across continents and cultures and to encourage mutual learning," said Dr Gabriele Landwehr, executive director of the Goethe-Institut Gulf Region.
Avigdor Lieberman is expected to be appointed defense minister early next week, while his party ally Sofa Landwehr will be sworn in as minister of aliyah and immigrant absorption (immigration and adaptation of immigrants).
Blucher's troops would be exposed on the forward slopes of a gentle ridge above Ligny, the village and others along the small brook would be turned into a fortified outpost line, solid stone buildings offering some security for his shaky, second line Landwehr.