- Arthur Mei·er [mahy-er] /ˈmaɪ ər/, 1888–1965, U.S. historian.
- his sonArthur Meier, Jr.,1917–2007, U.S. historian and writer.
- John Richard,1926–2003, English film director.
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Examples from the Web for schlesinger
Schlesinger said he was not familiar with studies showing health spending growing at historically low rates.GOP Shies Away From Obamacare Repeal
Kaiser Health News
August 25, 2014
Neither White nor Sorensen nor Schlesinger deserve blanket condemnations.How the Left Spun the Kennedy Myth
November 10, 2013
Throughout, we see Schlesinger navigating the blurry lines of historian, participant, observer, and observee.
As long as Congresses and Presidents exasperate each other, Schlesinger will have an audience, and an afterlife.
Schlesinger spends his time sculpting—and several ceramic works can now be seen alongside the photographs in his new show.Peter Schlesinger, David Hockney’s Muse, Shows New Works in L.A.
January 27, 2012
It was published by Schlesinger in Berlin and Paris in 1822.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume III (of 3)
Alexander Wheelock Thayer
As a set-off against this, Mrs. Schlesinger "Couldn't bear the book."George Eliot's Life, Vol. II (of 3)
Dr. Schlesinger closed his eyes and appeared to fall into a light slumber.
Dr. Schlesinger pointed to the year 1833 as that of her death.
So far as I could see, Dr. Schlesinger was quite deaf and near-sighted.
- John (Richard). 1926–2003, British film and theatre director. Films include Billy Liar (1963), Midnight Cowboy (1969), Sunday Bloody Sunday (1971), and Eye for an Eye (1995)
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