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Reich

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1. Steve. born 1936, US composer, whose works are characterized by the repetition and modification of small rhythmic motifs. His works include Drumming (1971), The Desert Music (1984), and City Life (1995)
2. Wilhelm . 1897--1957, Austrian psychologist, lived in the US An ardent socialist and advocate of sexual freedom, he proclaimed a cosmic unity of all energy and built a machine (the orgone accumulator) to concentrate this energy on human beings. His books include The Function of the Orgasm (1927)

Reich

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1. the Holy Roman Empire (First Reich)
2. the Hohenzollern empire from 1871 to 1919 (Second Reich)
3. the Weimar Republic from 1919 to 1933
4. the Nazi dictatorship from 1933 to 1945 (Third Reich)
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When you're shipping prototypes back and forth, you're adding three days at multiple points," says Reisch.
A young company with astute financial oversight, Reisch and Riley continually focus on increasing uptime and reducing the cost of ownership on their 15-machine fleet.
Kramer in his introduction and Reisch in much greater detail in his chapter on the "Origins, Objectives, and Launching of the Book Project under Sam Walker, Jr.
Mr Reisch was 30 minutes from the border when he decided to try to gain entry rather than turn back and make a two-hour trek back home to Montreal for his passport.
Reisch told the officer he was on his way to drop off Christmas gifts for his friend's kids.
Reisch, 33, said the officer seemed mildly annoyed when he handed him the iPad, but later allowed him to cross into the United States from Quebec.
Similarly, Reisch (2002) pointed out that it is difficult for social work educators to teach about social justice, and for social work professionals to act purposefully towards enhancing social justice, when the profession of social work is unclear about its meaning.
Reisch got involved after speaking to a lawyer friend about expert witnesses.
Operations/Metrics--Stuart Reisch of Transform and Ryan Bertalotto of Cozy Closets
It is whistled, played on a phonograph and chimed throughout the events of the movie and this was brilliant on part of Hathaway and the writers behind the screenplay: Charles Brackett, Walter Reisch and Richard L.
Michael Reisch in his guest editorial, Workforce Study Falls Short in the October 2006 issue of Social Work and suggest that he has misinterpreted or misunderstood the purposes of the study.
How did logical positivism get from smoky Viennese cafes to, as author George Reisch puts it, the icy slopes of logic?