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Wieland

Christoph Martin . 1733--1813, German writer, noted esp for his verse epic Oberon (1780)

Wieland

driven by mysterious voices, he kills his wife and children. [Am. Lit.: Magill II, 1131]
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Mrs Wieland, who is retired, added the weather had been "glorious" at the time of the crash.
Participants/Artists: Achim Wieland (Direction/Idea), Dramaturgy/Script: With the Performers, Marios Ioannou, Elena Kallinikou (Performers), Marianna Suri (Soprano) and Guest Performer Oya Akin, Lilia Khatchatrian (Piano), Sossee Eskidjian (Set,Costume), Giorgos Lazoglou (Light Design), Panos Bartzis (Sound/Musical Advisor).
With a legacy dating back to 1970, John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods is currently building in 40 neighborhoods in Atlanta, GA; Charleston, SC; Charlotte and Raleigh, NC and Nashville, TN.
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The following fall, Wieland left academia and her therapy practice to concentrate on "working for a more just world.
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Wieland was on a visit to Bulgaria on Monday, where he had talks with the country's Parliamentary Speaker Tsetska Tsacheva on Bulgaria's Schengen readiness and other external topics.
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As fine as the cast is for Wieland Wagner's daring 1951 production, it is the great.
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