American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Lang, Andrew 1844-1912. British writer and anthropologist who is best known for his fairy tales, including The Blue Fairy Book (1889).
- Lang, Fritz 1890-1976. Austrian-born American filmmaker. He made Metropolis (1927), M (1931), and a number of other expressionist films before fleeing to Hollywood from Nazi Germany. His American films include Fury (1936) and The Ministry of Fear (1944).
“Kevin Lang is either not thinking -- or he's intentionally trying to blow smoke.”
“Lang is obviously not the man portrayed in the film, a xenophobic, slightly unhinged leader of soldiers.”
“Michael Lang is the Publisher of The Lang Report which is an Authority Site focused on exposing wrong-doing and corruption.”
“Coach Randy Edsall was concerned enough about his depth that he moved Mike Lang to that side of the ball and away from the wide receivers, and Lang is already right behind Kijuan Darby on the depth chart.”
“Lang is discussing the valuation of in-kind transfers in measures of poverty.”
“Kevin Lang, in Poverty and Discrimination, takes a more skeptical view of the impact of marriage.”
“The kind of economics that I like best is probably exemplified by Kevin Lang's book, Poverty and Discrimination.”
“With his new book, Poverty and Discrimination, Kevin Lang becomes my go-to guy on poverty.”
“The point of the exercise is that the data that Kevin Lang cites -- higher average income with no reduction in the poverty rate -- do not provide conclusive evidence that economic growth is no longer pulling people out of poverty.”
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