- Jo·sef [yoh-zef] /ˈyoʊ zɛf/, 1842–1925, Austrian neurologist: pioneer in psychoanalytic techniques.
- Mar·cel La·jos [mahr-sel lo-yawsh; English mahr-sel] /mɑrˈsɛl ˈlɒ yɔʃ; English mɑrˈsɛl/, 1902–81, Hungarian architect and furniture designer, in the U.S. after 1937.
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Contemporary Examples of breuer
According to Kaufman and Connaughton, Breuer explained that “we take the cases the FBI brings to us.”How the Government Failed to Fix Wall Street
October 1, 2012
According to these sources, Castor said that if Breuer resigned, they could head off the looming constitutional clash.Issa Committee Called for Justice Department Scalp
June 22, 2012
Breuer, he said, misled Congress about a DOJ letter earlier in 2011 that erroneously denied that “gunwalking” ever occurred.Attorney General Eric Holder Grilled on Bungled Gun Sting
December 8, 2011
Breuer, he said, misled Congress about a DOJ letter earlier in 2011 that erroneously denied that gunwalking ever occurred.
Grassley also said Breuer gave “misleading” answers in earlier testimony.
Historical Examples of breuer
Dearly indeed would he love to have some discourse with Breuer.
He would like nothing better than to have an hour with Captain Breuer, said Mynheer.
In Breuer and Freud's book there is a wealth of similar examples.
Freud, working as Breuer's colleague, amply confirmed this discovery.
Thus for me the discovery of Breuer and Freud was a veritable deliverance.
- Josef (ˈjoːzɛf). 1842–1925, Austrian physician: treated the mentally ill by hypnosis
- Marcel Lajos (mɑːˈsɛl ˈlɔjoʃ). 1902–81, US architect and furniture designer, born in Hungary. He developed bent plywood and tubular metal furniture and designed the UNESCO building in Paris (1953–58)