American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Macke, August 1887-1914. German painter whose works, such as Lady in a Green Jacket (1913), display brilliant use of color. He helped form the Blaue Reiter group and was killed in World War I.
“My legs weren't strong enough to hold up a two-wheel cycle or walk, so my father gave me a three-wheeler for my birthday and adapted it so I could ride with them," recalls Macke, now”
“As for the Germans, Kirchner's touch becomes evident in the crystalline vectors that streak through Feininger's more mature work while August Macke's fascination with fantasy as well as his Fauvist palette directly influence a broad range of the work namely those featuring more figurative components.”
“Jeff Macke believes investors would have been well served by "stepping aside" and that "buying and holding forever have been tantamount to financial self-abuse.”
“What do these well known financial celebrities have in common: Jim Cramer, Larry Kudlow, Jeff Macke, Joe Kernan and Dylan Ratigan?”
“Today, however, "there is a large premium paid for stability," Mr. Macke says.”
“While that was a riskier bet, "they viewed partially occupied buildings as having more upside because a strong economy would allow them to raise rents," said Chris Macke , a strategist with CoStar.”
“Investors have to be careful about the lease vintages when buying buildings in these cities," says Chris Macke , a CoStar strategist.”
“When short-term leases expire there, landlords have a better chance of finding tenants willing to pay prices near the height of the market, Mr. Macke says, with no appreciable drop in income.”
“These store closings in the D.C. area will have much less of an impact than they would have had 18 months ago," said Christopher Macke, senior real estate strategist at CoStar Group.”
“Macke says that many of the Borders set to close across the country probably shouldn't have opened in the first place.”
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