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- Chris·tian Lou·is [kris-tyahn loo-ee, -is] /ˈkrɪs tyɑn ˈlu i, -ɪs/, 1869–1938, Norwegian historian: Nobel Peace Prize 1921.
- David (Russell),1942–2005, New Zealand political leader: prime minister 1984–89.
- Dorothea,1895–1965, U.S. photographer.
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But Lange really deserved her American Horror Story trophy, and is always fun to watch at awards shows.The Biggest Emmys Snubs and Surprises: 'Modern Family,' McConaughey, and More
August 26, 2014
It will now include Lange and the other colleagues who perished on Flight 17.‘There Are People Who Should Live’: Good Confronts Evil in Ukraine
July 20, 2014
But as he worked on the epidemic locally in Amsterdam and Western Europe, Lange also was thinking globally.
We are lucky that so many were, like Lange, smart, even-handed, and far-sighted.
According to The San Francisco Chronicle, Lange “ sends a cold wind through the theater” as the ruthless Goth queen.Shakespeare’s Movie Magic
Marina Watts, Malcolm Jones
April 24, 2014
They appear to have a preference for the method of Lange—viz.Researches on Cellulose
C. F. Cross
Gassendi, as sketched by Lange, is hardly to be ranked with either.
The experience of the last German elections illustrates Lange's position.
The outfielders will probably be Cooper and Murray and Lange.Baseball Joe Around the World
Lange led me aside after the performance, and said to me: You acted like a god!Le Cocu (Novels of Paul de Kock Volume XVIII)
Charles Paul de Kock
- David (Russell). 1942–2005, New Zealand statesman: prime minister (1984–89)