American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Breuer, Marcel Lajos 1902-1981. Hungarian-born American architect and furniture designer who was associated with the Bauhaus in the 1920s. He is known for his chairs with tubular steel frames.
- n. United States architect (born in Hungary) who was associated with the Bauhaus in the 1920's (1902-1981)
“On November 20, 1972, Captain Breuer and Captain Anderson were the crew on-board an F-4J, one in a flight of two aircraft on a combat operation over Savannakhet Province, Laos.”
“He stated he didn't see Captain Breuer parachute from their damaged aircraft and did not hear a beeper from him.”
“Homecoming Captain Breuer was declared killed in action, body not recovered, based on a presumptive finding of death.”
“Wake called Breuer two more times, and sent him three more letters, and still got no response.”
“Practitioners such as Breuer, who must have a proven track record of healing before becoming a professional, acknowledge that prayer services don't always work, but said traditional medical treatments don't always work either.”
“I respectfully suggest to the defense team that if a strong Democrat such as Breuer made the difficult decision to approve bringing this case, it's time to stop attacking the prosecutors and time to refute the specific factual allegations, if you can, contained in the indictment.”
“Breuer, a strong Democrat and a man of unquestioned integrity, balance and fairness, was most persuasive to me.”
“Rita Breuer has spent years scouring flea markets for old German Christmas ornaments.”
“‘Christmas was a provocation for the Nazis – after all, the baby Jesus was a Jewish child,’ Judith Breuer told the German newspaper Spiegel.”
“Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer, of the Justice Department's criminal division, said in a statement: Our deepest sympathies go out to Nick's family and friends on this sad day.”
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