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Lindemann

Frederick Alexander, 1st Viscount Cherwell. 1886--1957, British physicist, born in Germany; Churchill's scientific adviser during World War II
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Anna Lindemann is a brilliant animator, composer, and performer...
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Professor Lindemann suggests that everything we know about marriage, and relationships in general, promotes the idea that couples are focusing more and more on their individual and personal betterment and less on their marriage.
Attorneys for defendant: Andrew Lindemann of Lindemann Davis and Hughes in Columbia and James Logan Jr.
Lindemann graduated from the University of Minnesota Duluth during the recession, but found a job right away at State Farm Insurance.
The author of the illustrations is Till Lindemann's friend, the artist Matthias Mattis.
Speaking at her home in GarupA , northern Argentina, Lindemann, 61, said Horst was closest to his father and not his eldest son Klaus, as portrayed in the film.
Daniel Lindemann, a German TV personality who became famous after appearing in the first batch of panelists on "Non-Summit," also thought the phenomenon had to do with social change.
Organisers had already announced the headliners for the Dumfries event over the weekend of June 30 and July 1, with Sigala and Jax Jones to take to the main stage on the Saturday and Rudimental and Maggie Lindemann occupying the Sunday slot.
For instance, German architect Tobias Lindemann, who is best known for creating futuristic zero-energy houses, is currently involved in the development of the Khandamah Mountain project in Makkah, which he won through an international planning competition.
After pleading guilty to mail fraud and money laundering, Levi David Lindemann of Minnesota was sentenced to 74 months in prison and ordered to pay $1.9 million in restitution.
Estimation of feed intake (FI) for individual animals in a group-housed pen is often required due to mortality or abnormal weight gain of animals (Lindemann and Kim, 2007).