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Wiener

Norbert . 1894--1964, US mathematician, who developed the concept of cybernetics
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Some of the Wiener's Circle's celebrity staff will make special appearances this summer during Chicago Dogs home games, according to the team.
"The Wiener's Circle has become an iconic destination for Chicagoans," Chicago Dogs co-owner Shawn Hunter said in Wednesday's announcement.
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As in 33 hot wieners, seven coffee milks -- coffee syrup-sweetened milk, another Rhode Island staple -- and 10 orders of fries, for a Mardi Gras office party.
Hot wieners got some national recognition last month, when Olneyville New York System was named an ''America's Classic'' by the James Beard Foundation.
(53-54) For Wieners, anomie, anonymity, and alienation are constant themes, though unlike some Beat writers he does not sneer at mainstream commercial culture from a position of superior insight, nor does he rail with "Howl"'s indignation.
According to Jim Dunn, a close friend for the last few years of Wieners' life, Wieners rarely frequented this side of the hill.
"While most people in San Francisco, myself included, have no problem with occasional public nudity, we've seen a shift in public attitude because of the over-the-top situation at Jane Warner Plaza and elsewhere in the Castro," Wiener said in a statement, according to (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/02/san-francisco-nudity-ban_n_1933089.html) the Huffington Post .
"Until recently," Wiener said in the statement, "public nudity in our city was mostly limited to various street festivals and beaches as well as the occasional naked person wandering the streets.
Yves Tofu Wieners and Lightlife Tofu Pups tipped the scales at only five grams of fat each.
The wieners had a fairly typical proximate analysis, although the fat content was somewhat low (about 10% for the chicken wieners and 15% for the others), and the protein somewhat high (15%).
Brian Kerwin played a has-been screenwriter eager for a comeback, with Shannon Cochran as his actress wife and Nathan Baesel as the ambitious scribe who comes between them in "Wonderland," Wiener's Hollywood-set take on All About Eve.