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Kaplan

[kap-luh n]
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  1. Mor·de·cai Me·na·hem [mawr-di-kahy mey-nuh-hem, muh-nah-hem] /ˈmɔr dɪˌkaɪ ˈmeɪ nəˌhɛm, məˈnɑ hɛm/, 1881–1983, U.S. religious leader and educator, born in Lithuania: founder of the Reconstructionist movement in Judaism.
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  • It was designed by Liebenberg and Kaplan of Minneapolis in 1930.

  • Straight gain for the last quarter, observed Kaplan, the lab organizer.

    The Variable Man

    Philip K. Dick

  • Kaplan came over to Reinhart, sorting a new batch of data that had come in.

    The Variable Man

    Philip K. Dick

  • Kaplan took the message plates and placed them on an intake belt.

    The Variable Man

    Philip K. Dick

  • Kaplan was standing in front of the machines, gazing down at the reading.

    The Variable Man

    Philip K. Dick