Lemberg


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Lemberg

(ˈlɛmbɛrk)
n
(Placename) the German name for Lvov
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Louis Lemberg to co-develop the implant "demand" pacemaker, known today as the VVI pacemaker.
The others were Bayardo (1908), Lemberg (1909) and Diesis (1982).
There's really no ageing out," said Rick Lemberg, an organiser of the online Aim Games, in which people compete by posting their scores.
Before 1848, however, they exercised political influence by intermarrying with Austrian officials, who helped to create a more accepting, multiethnic social scene in the Galician capital of Lemberg (Lwow/L'viv) than could be found anywhere in the Prussian or Russian partitions.
Eventually, "the German genocide had transformed modern Lemberg into something it had never been: a historic metropole of Jewish culture was now reduced to the nightmare utopia of European antisemitism, a city without Jews" (115).
Officers elected by the chartering group to serve the chapter include President Richard Lemberg, President-elect Jim Sauerberg, Secretary Emily Hause, Treasurer David W.
Before World War I, the city was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and was known by the German name Lemberg.
The Germans overran several Century outposts along the southwest-leading highway to Lemberg.
1943 Nazis liquidate Janowska concentration camp in Lemberg, western Ukraine, murdering at least 6000 Jews after a failed uprising and mass escape bid.
He was born in Lwow, Poland, then known as Lemberg (before 1918 so it was still part of the Austro-Hungarian empire) and now is part of the Ukraine and known as Lviv.
He may be right about Spinell in Tristan (though he could have strengthened his case by citing Andrew Barker, '"Bloss aus Lemberg geburtig': Dedev Spinell, the Austrian Jewish aesthete in Thomas Mann's Tristan (Modern Language Review 102 [2007]: 440-50), but I do not see why he thinks Erwin Jimmerthal in Tonio Kroger and Professor Cornelius in Unordnung und fruhes Leid are Jewish.
While this can make research on midlife men more difficult, researchers have found that some of the eating disorder measures available, such as the Eating Attitudes Test (EAT-26), can be used to measure body image dissatisfaction and disordered eating in men as they contain more gender-neutral terminology than other measures, which allows for comparison with women (Boerner, Spillane, Anderson, & Smith, 2004; Darcy & Lin, 2012; Stanford & Lemberg, 2012).