American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Masur, Kurt Born 1927. German-born conductor widely admired for his interpretations of Beethoven and Bruckner. In 1991 he joined the New York Philharmonic as music director.
“More to the point, Howard arrives around Passover, and as this unlikely crew assembles for a Seder, accompanied by Sylvan Richard Masur, father of the co-op's catty president, issues of freedom and the inevitable exodus commence.”
“In pops the father of yet another tenant, a sweet-natured elderly man Richard Masur and if anything is sure to set off Olive it's passivity and sweetness.”
“Masur does the best work here, taking the challenging role of a nice guy and making him consistently interesting and watchable.”
“Vivek Prakash/Reuters Sonu, a 10-year-old tightrope walker, balanced herself on a rope with her feet inside an aluminium tin as she performed for a crowd in the village of Masur, India, on Monday.”
“How many of these can you have?" said David Masur , executive director of PennEnvironment, which has called for a ban on hydraulic fracturing until drillers demonstrate better safety practices.”
“Dr. Henry Masur had a group of 11 GRID patients in his New York practice in 1981, half of whom were heterosexuals or drug injectors.”
“Masur: True, we believe that there is a strongly effective and well-functioning capital market for patents.”
“Masur: We think the current copyright screen is zero because copyright vests automatically on creation.”
“Zurich art festival "Zürcher Festspiele 2011" stages opera, classical concerts, dance, drama and art at various venues throughout the city, featuring Bobby Hutcherson & Joey DeFrancesco, Kurt Masur, David Zinman and others.”
“More than two days later, in the early hours of April 21, Masur met with Himmler for two and a half hours at an estate near the German capital and negotiated the release of more than 1,000 Jews from the concentration camp of Ravensbrück.”
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