- Leonard,1918–90, U.S. conductor, composer, and pianist.
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“Small groups of like-minded Turkers [can] come together and start taking productive action,” Bernstein said.Amazon’s Turkers Kick Off the First Crowdsourced Labor Guild
December 3, 2014
Despite the possibly insurmountable challenge that lay before them, Bernstein and company forged ahead.
Considering the adventure Bernstein was about to embark on, the frantic atmosphere was kind of fitting.
Bernstein is a slick, handsome wheeler and dealer, so everyone is going to be making the Don Draper comparison.
Were you more ready to play Bernstein at 43 than you would have been earlier in your life?
I'll see Bernstein right away and ask him if he wants to renew the lease.
If you don't tackle it, I'll throw Bernstein out and take it up myself.
Dr. Bernstein says the police forced it out of his tired brain.
I've had a talk with the physician who was called in—Dr. Bernstein.
Mr. Bernstein, surely here is a veiled allusion to—yes, I thought so.The Schoolmistress
Arthur W. Pinero
- Leonard . 1918–90, US conductor and composer, whose works include The Age of Anxiety (1949), the score of the musical West Side Story (1957), and Mass (1971)
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