American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Levine, James Lawrence Born 1943. American pianist and conductor. He began his career with the Metropolitan Opera as principal conductor in 1973 and has also served as music director (1976-present) and artistic director (1986-2004). In 2004 he became the music director for the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See levyne.
“In a separate action, a document dated Sept. 17 and signed by Judge Painter said the other administrative law judge, Bruce Levine, is biased against investors.”
“CHILDREN'S AUTHOR TALK, for ages 8 and older, local author Kristin Levine discusses "The Best Bad Luck I Ever Had," and shares tips on how kids can best share their own stories. 6 p.m.,”
“Justin Levine: Some people seem to be suggesting that Gizmodo has refused to hand back the phone to Apple, when in fact they simply wanted to publicly report on their findings before handing it back.”
“Justin Levine: My answer to all your questions is “yes”.”
“David D. Levine is a lifelong SF reader whose midlife crisis was to take a sabbatical from his high-tech job to attend Clarion West in 2000.”
“Still, with McAvoy, Rogen, and now Kendrick aboard along with a seemingly competent director in Levine, this one should be worth checking out.”
“With the cast involved and the fact that Jonathan Levine is directing it, I cannot wait to see the results.”
“Throughout the commotion, a three-man band -- Justin Levine, Charlie Rosin, Kevin Garcia -- sometimes supplemented by instrument-accomplished players -- bang out the raucous Friedman songlets.”
“Perhaps his friend, critic Edward Hirsch, put it best a couple of years ago when he called Levine a poet of the night shift, a late ironic Whitman of our industrial heartland, a Romantic anarchist who repeatedly proclaims, 'Vivas for those who failed...”
“BLAIR: For Lauren Levine is a senior vice president at Nickelodeon.”
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