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“Shame on you, Mayor Villaraigosa with your "Leer" posters everywhere!”
“Leer'; Goethe in his 'Faust'; Ibsen in his 'Ghosts' and his 'Peer Gynt';”
“( "Leer" being the operative word, as it seems impossible for Thornton not to exude a degree of smarm when opposite Dawson).”
““The Leer,” as the anchor had cheerfully pronounced it, dropping his voice an octave for comedic effect, had happened two weeks ago.”
“Text copyright © 2011 by Jodi Picoult and Jake van Leer”
“Jake van Leer, a high school senior, is one of the founding members of the Trumbull Hall Troupe.”
“My son, Jake van Leer, began cowriting the plays, which grew more complex and accommodated larger casts.”
“The inadequacy of federal, state, and local support for poor children in Mississippi is underlined by this startling fact: The after-school tutoring and reading programs in Quitman and three other Delta counties are financed by what is essentially foreign aid, The Bernard van Leer Foundation of the Netherlands -- which focuses on children and families in what it refers to as oppressed societies.”
“Too often, said David van der Leer, the Guggenheim's assistant curator of architecture and urban studies who conceived "stillspotting nyc," exhibits on cities fixate on big numbers and data maps that need to be interpreted.”
“I was looking for good architects who understand space and music but also have an interesting relationship to New York," Mr. van der Leer said of choosing Snøhetta, which set up an office in the city after winning the commission for the National September 11 Memorial and Museum.”
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