Ja·kob [yah-kawp], /ˈyɑ kɔp/, 1796–1863, Swiss mathematician.
Ru·dolf [roo-dawlf], /ˈru dɔlf/, 1861–1925, Austrian social philosopher: teacher of the spiritual doctrines of anthroposophy.
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Steiner soon began to offer virtual cocktail classes through Seco Cocktails as well.
The move to virtual-only work brought clarity to her career, Steiner says, and negated the need to be physically present at the restaurants.
Steiner was recognized as a leader behind the bar and for her work in hiring and supporting LGBTQ employees.
Two additional eateries and five years later, Steiner has left the restaurant world.
“I’m proud to be from Texas,” Steiner said, adding that it seems as though more people around her are viewing the world as she views it.New Texas confronts the old with debates about mask mandates and winter storm response | Silvia Foster-Frau, Scott Wilson | March 5, 2021 | Washington Post
“There is no way to describe it,” 28-year-old Jacob Steiner told The Daily Beast.Yayoi Kusama’s “Infinity Mirrored Room” Madness Takes Manhattan | Justin Jones | December 6, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
“Teens hate hypocrisy,” says Steiner-Adair of the imbalanced images.The War on ‘Teen Vogue’: Young Readers Escalate Campaign for More ‘Real Girls’ | Abigail Pesta | July 18, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Studying at the artsy Rudolf Steiner School in England no doubt nurtured her dreams.
Biodynamic wines are organic wines by winemakers who follow the teachings of Rudolf Steiner.
In her harrowing memoir, Leslie Morgan Steiner chronicles her abusive marriage.
We do not know any great player who uses a Steiner instrument, as we shall show in another article.
We therefore only now class Steiner among the great masters, from his past reputation, and for certain special instruments.
The "Times" did not mention the Guarnerii and the Steiner at all, we presume because the prices were nothing remarkable.
In England the violin makers in the beginning of the eighteenth century, mostly copied the pattern and model of Steiner.
In other respects Steiner at this period was a most careful maker, and his instruments show very fine finish and workmanship.
British Dictionary definitions for Steiner
Rudolf (ˈruːdɔlf). 1861–1925, Austrian philosopher, founder of anthroposophy. He was particularly influential in education: See also anthroposophy
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