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[lef-ler] /ˈlɛf lɛr/
Charles Martin Tornov
[tawr-nof] /ˈtɔr nɒf/ (Show IPA),
1861–1935, U.S. violinist and composer, born in France. Unabridged
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  • He had not forgiven Loeffler, nor had Loeffler given him any reason to do so.

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  • "Yeah, they keep up with things, all right," Loeffler went on.

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  • "Well, Vance, I guess you'll want to talk to the boy," Loeffler concluded.

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  • Then, slyly, he added, "Thanks for talking Loeffler into letting me see him."

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  • Loeffler, Charles Martin, works and features of style, 329-330.

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  • "Vance, this is Loeffler," boomed a voice in considerable contrast to the senator's own mild tone.

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  • "Well, the next time you go you'd better take along some sleeping bags," said Loeffler.

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  • And Loeffler's having passed the interview off as a personal favor put their relationship back in its proper perspective.

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  • The mouse-typhoid bacillus (B. typhi murium) was originally isolated by Loeffler in 1899.

    Plague Thomas Wright Jackson
  • In 1882 the specific germ of glanders was first discovered and described by Loeffler and Schuetz in Germany.

    Special Report on Diseases of the Horse United States Department of Agriculture

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