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Adler

1. Alfred ('alfre:t). 1870--1937, Austrian psychiatrist, noted for his descriptions of overcompensation and inferiority feelings
2. Larry, full name Lawrence Cecil Adler. 1914--2001, US harmonica player

Adler

 

a seaside resort; a raion of Sochi. Also an airport.

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Over the years, Adler has publicly struggled with substance abuse.
Adler also is offering a free exhibit celebrating Earth Day through April 27.
Earlier, Dr Adler was the company's vice president of research and development.
You feel as if you are having a cozy dinner with the utterly charming Samuel Adler (Okay, several dinners--the book is long).
Adler used Amazon as an example, saying he's not certain whether or not he wants the company to one day call Austin its home.
At the Adler, we're inspired by our founder's vision--and our city's response to that vision--to continue the legacy of community engagement.
Adler's Theresienstadt 1941-1945, completed in London and first published in German in 1955, is monograph as monument.
Following his death, Adler's family and friends gathered at the beach and paddled out to sea using their surfboards.
"The FCC will take a significant step toward protecting America's position as the global leader in wireless innovation," said Adler. "In a very real way, state and local policymakers can help usher in a 5G future as their leadership will be critically important in the deployment of 5G networks."
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-October 1, 2015-Speck, Adler release collection of protective iPhone cases