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“* In front of 7,260 observers, the largest crowd in Ludwig Field history, Maryland defeated Duke, 2-0.”
“Ludwig is hard-pressed to name other playwrights writing comedy as he does, aiming for effervescence rather than dark edges and irony.”
“Eugene Ludwig is a former Comptroller of the Currency and former board member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., where he oversaw the Resolution Trust Corp. during the savings and loan crisis two decades ago.”
“Fucking Nancy Ludwig from the Tennessee mountains.”
“Before starting he called Ludwig to him and told him of his intended absence.”
“Granted I was also disoriented at the moment from having just come from the incredible classical music store in Ludwig Beck that nearly put me into shock after Tower’s demise last year.”
“It is known as the Ludwig von few reasons; namely, to keep bankers and banking Mises Institute.”
“To paraphrase Ludwig von Mises, government creates its own demand.”
“Here's a suggestion for John McCain that's not likely to get him in any trouble: using the music of his contemporaries such as Ludwig van Beethoven or Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.”
“In one sense, he was in the line of critics of central planning such as Ludwig von Mises and Friedrich von Hayek, who had argued in the 1930s that it could not be efficient.”
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