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leisler

(ˈlaɪzlə)
n
(Animals) a small bat, Nyctalus leisleri, which has hair on the underside of its arms and which belongs to the family Vespertilionidae
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In VENICE THEATRE'S Stage II's Next to Normal, Kim Kollar, Chris Caswell, Zach Herman, Caitlin Longstreet Ellis, Jason Ellis and Kelly Leisler threw themselves into portraying characters confronted by the crushing impact of mental illness, with a commitment both to the subject matter and the demanding, dynamic rock/pop score by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey.
2002), the term "specialized" is used to describe species that possess unique attributes (Hintzpeter and Bauer 1986) or a restricted ability to respond to varying environmental parameters (Klopfer and MacArthur, 1960; Endler, 1986), or both (Westoby, 1978; Leisler, 1980; Benkman, 1988; Futuyma and Moreno, 1988).
My wife and I were the first residents in the Carl Schurz Siedlung, living on Jakob Leisler Strasse 9.
After her brother's death in 1690 she was a frequent "interpretess" at meetings between Natives and colonists and became New York's official interpreter, replacing Arnout Viele, now out of favor because of his association with the Leislerian party (a political faction that emerged in the tumultuous period following the Revolution of 1688, when Jacob Leisler seized control of the provincial government).
Other unlikely words permitted included tughrik, leisler and syndetic.
He allegedly gave a cash donation in 1991 to Walther Leisler Kiep, the CDU's treasurer while Kohl was in power.
2 (1866)); Arthur Wakeling, The Trial of Leisler for High Treason, 23 GREEN BAG 287 (1911) (recounting the 1691 treason trial of Jacob Leisler); Wiley M.
It is apparent that his career touched the lives of the most prominent, such as Cornelis Steenwyck, a mayor and merchant, Nicholas Bayard, who was also a mayor and who was involved in the Jacob Leisler affair, and Olaf Stevenson Van Cortlandt, founder of that well-known family.
Si las revelaciones hechas el 5 de noviembre del ano pasado, relativas a la recepcion por parte del ex tesorero de la CDU, Walter Leisler de medio millon de dolares en efectivo en el ano 1991 como parte de una donacion de un comerciante de armas se consideraron muy graves, las que han ido apareciendo despues son peores.
El escandalo estallo el 5 de noviembre de 1999, cuando el entonces tesorero del CDU, Walther Leisler Kiep, declaro ante la fiscalia que el traficante de armas Karlheinz Schreiber, el 26 de agosto de 1991, durante un encuentro en Suiza, le dio una maleta con 1 millon de marcos alemanes (5 millones de pesos), como donativo para el partido.
In November 1940, a workman called Leisler hid a bomb in a plaster pillar in a hall in Munich where Hitler was to speak.