- Vlad·i·mir [vlad-uh-meer, vla-dee-meer] /ˈvlæd əˌmɪər, vlæˈdi mɪər/, 1904–89, U.S. pianist, born in Russia.
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“The base is ubiquitously unhappy with everything they stand for, their associations, and the way they operate,” Horowitz said.Tea Party Takes on Boehner
February 19, 2014
In August, Horowitz became an Internet sensation when his Bar Mitzvah performance went viral.YouTube Sensation Sam Horowitz Picks Eight Looks for Hanukkah
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November 28, 2013
According to his mother, Horowitz was inspired by a Cheetah Girls concert he attended at age 7.
Still, Horowitz faces stiff competition when it comes to becoming a man in the grandest fashion.
“This could be the most important case of our lifetime,” says Horowitz.Despite Intimidation, Alleged Victim Testifies Against Accused Rapist
December 3, 2012
Professor Horowitz thinks she is far better than the other two.
Latteiner leaned to "romantic," Horowitz to "culture," plays, and both used material which was mainly historical.
Professor Horowitz's plays, on the contrary, are largely based upon the sentimental representation of inexact Jewish history.
With her profile still to the chair-back, a tear oozed down the corrugated surface of Mrs. Horowitz's cheek.
Sobs rumbled up through Mrs. Horowitz, which her hand to her mouth tried to constrict.
- Vladimir. 1904–89, Russian virtuoso pianist, in the US from 1928