- George Miller,1838–1915, U.S. bacteriologist and medical researcher.
- Jo·sef von [joh-zuh f, -suh f] /ˈdʒoʊ zəf, -səf/. von Sternberg, Josef.
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Contemporary Examples of sternberg
For Sternberg, living in New York is not possible if you are chasing after some idea of the city.Writers to New York: I Wish I Knew How to Quit You
December 1, 2014
Sternberg showed a sweatshirt wrapped around a hips-style skirt, oversized faux furs, and thigh-length cardigans.The Coolest Kids on the Block: Public School, Opening Ceremony, and Band of Outsiders
February 10, 2014
Sternberg's previous campaign stars have included Josh Brolin and Frank Ocean.Garance Doré Signs Book Deal; Lena Dunham Wrote to Sex Columnist About Being a Virgin at Age 19
The Fashion Beast Team
August 22, 2013
Sternberg says that his recent shows are “sort of my childhood fantasies come to life.”
“For me, it feels so silly to do a runway show for menswear, so that opens the field for imagination,” Sternberg said.
Historical Examples of sternberg
But sorrow seemed to have taken possession of Sternberg castle.Legends of the Rhine
Sternberg received them with composure, Martinitz and Slawata with defiance.The Thirty Years War, Complete
Even Zamia pectinata may, as Sternberg remarks, have been a fern.The Testimony of the Rocks
But Speck von Sternberg would have balanced Hill, if he had lived.Ten Years Near the German Frontier
Maurice Francis Egan
Sternberg was ready to give in; he clasped Hugo's hand heartily.Simon Eichelkatz; The Patriarch
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- American army physician who was US surgeon general (1893-1902) and organized (1900) the Yellow Fever Commission.