- Fe·lix [fee-liks; German fey-liks] /ˈfi lɪks; German ˈfeɪ lɪks/, 1849–1925, German mathematician.
- Melanie,1882–1960, British psychoanalyst, specialist in treatment of children, born in Austria.
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Klein paints a rosy picture of the charter schools, while admitting that not all outperformed traditional public schools.
As long as seniority reigns among teachers,” Klein writes, “we will fail.
When companies faced competition, Klein knew, consumers would have options.
Nothing,” Klein notes, “was more threatening to the education status quo in New York City than our charter school initiative.
Klein is simultaneously not only cynical about political leaders, but dismissive of them.Naomi Klein’s ‘This Changes Everything’ Will Change Nothing
November 17, 2014
Klein, for a man named Small, is the biggest Dutchman I ever saw.
And Klein tried to light a cigar I had just taken from my pocket and given him––fancy!
After we got back to the hotel and Klein had gone, Silver jumps at me and waves his hands.Strictly Business</p>
Klein's object is to be received at the hospital of invalids.
Klein Piet, get your rifle; we will see who is mending our work for us.
- Calvin (Richard). born 1942, US fashion designer
- Melanie. 1882–1960, Austrian psychoanalyst resident in England (from 1926), noted for her work on child behaviour
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