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an earthenware beer mug, esp of a German design

Stein

1. Gertrude. 1874--1946, US writer, resident in Paris (1903--1946). Her works include Three Lives (1908) and The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas (1933)
2. Heinrich Friedrich Carl , Baron Stein. 1757--1831, Prussian statesman, who contributed greatly to the modernization of Prussia and played a major role in the European coalition against Napoleon (1813--15)
3. Jock, real name John. 1922--85, Scottish footballer and manager: managed Celtic (1965--78) and Scotland (1978--85)
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Stein said he's very proud of the work he did that day because it helped save lives.
Macpherson recalled: "Stein said, 'We're getting the hell out of here.Maggie's going to nuke them'."
Making these connections would help clarify why Stein was able to explore and excavate in northwestern China, removing a wealth of material goods, and why there was (and continues to be) a Chinese backlash against Stein.
But what makes Stein so successful in a segment of the insurance market with a product that is notoriously hard to sell?
For the future, Todd Stein feels the power is in the generational force of the current and future wave of retirees, along with remaining open to clients' wishes and concerns.
"Where's Thunderhead?" he asks his wife, Jocelyn Stein, 45.
Quote: "Chefs are paying far too much attention to novel ideas and not nearly enough to the basic quality of the ingredients." Tonight: Rick Stein's Christmas Odyssey, BBC Two, 7pm.
Dartmouth English professor Barbara Will writes that the pass Stein has received may be linked to the feeling in some scholarly circles that the writer embraced the regime to protect herself--she was, after all, a Jew and a homosexual at a time when being either could mean a death sentence.
Stein urged Obama's defeat in the fall election, writing "screw Obama" and superimposed Obama's face on a poster for the movie "Jackass."
Stein's Understanding of the Individual, Community, and the State
Recalling his first meeting with Stein in 1926, Thomson said that the two got along "like two Harvard men," but Alice B.
The Wauconda Area Library Foundation and Wauconda Area Library will welcome Stein Oct.