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Lilienthal

Otto . 1848--96, German aeronautical engineer, a pioneer of glider design
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Depending on the amount of work involved, that process can cost between $2,500 and $5,000, according to Lilienthal.
Ms Lilienthal, also of Orlando, underwent surgery following the attack in the The gator was caught and shot yesterday.
A determination to liberate theater from theaters saw Lilienthal develop "X-Apartments," in which artists stage works in private homes.
Too many developers give their customers the finger by forcing them to peck out words on a tiny keyboard and poke at virtual buttons," Lilienthal said.
Working as an assistant at ART was the place where I learned how the business really works--how one can navigate the professional theatre," Lilienthal told me recently from Dartmouth College, where he was designing Breaking E.
Unfortunately, Lilienthal was killed in a freak accident when a gust of wind collapsed his glider and he crashed to the ground.
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Bowles, secretary of environmental affairs and energy, and Mark Lilienthal, the governor's director of constituent services, along with their regional legislative delegation, before Mr.
A committee was created by Secretary of State James Byrnes and chaired by Undersecretary of State Dean Acheson and David Lilienthal, former director of the TVA, to address the issue of international control.
She discusses both the public polemics between Reformers and traditionalists (highlighting the debate between Max Lilienthal and Isaac Leeser, as well as that between Kaufmann Kohler and Alexander Kohut) and within the Reform movement itself (between rabbis and laity over the retention of ritual and the creation of a creedal foundation for the movement).