[ shmit ]


  1. Ber·na·dotte Ev·er·ly [bur, -n, uh, -dot , ev, -er-lee], 1886–1969, U.S. historian.
  2. Harrison (Ha·gan) [hey, -g, uh, n], Jack, born 1935, U.S. astronaut, geologist, and politician: U.S. senator 1977–83.

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Schmitt, the only geologist to visit the moon, noticed a patch of lunar soil with a particular rusty hue.

Once the latest abuse allegations against Greitens became public in March, Greitens, Schmitt and Hartzler traded leads in the polls.

Campaign finance data also suggests that Mills faces an uphill battle in both the primary as well in a potential matchup against Schmitt.

Schmitt’s campaign boasted $601,065 on hand compared to Mills’ $11,979 as of June 30, according to the Federal Election Commission.

Schmitt pleaded guilty to a felony count of taking money in order to conceal crime.

Attorney Schmitt claims, “There will be no further statement from Mr. Cosby or any of his representatives.”

Among the questions raised, this one by Mark Schmitt and Jonathan Soros: Should there be a constitutional right to vote?

Schmitt watched English-language movies, and sought out a native speaker to converse with informally.

They have, as Schmitt suggested, raised every disagreement, on issue after issue, to the level of clashing worldviews.

Schmitt said that these reports also relate to American military operations in Afghanistan.

Henry Schmitt engaged in farming for many years and won a competence which enables him to live retired in Waitsburg.

The recent experiments of A. Schmitt and Beresowsky lead to the same conclusion.

I understand that Mr. Schmitt must get his three thousand from the building loan association, to which he must pay six per cent.

Mr. Schmitt lived in an old-fashioned house, which seemed beautiful to the children.

In this account of the early history of the Chora, there may be, as Schmitt 512 thinks, many inaccuracies.





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