American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Meier, Richard Born 1934. American architect noted for technically innovative designs that blend respectfully with their natural environments. His best-known works include the High Museum in Atlanta and the Getty Center in Los Angeles.
“Meier is a versatile threat who started at quarterback for Kansas in 2006.”
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“Meier is the founding principal of Mission Hill School in Boston and a renowned education reformer.”
“Richard Meier is the best, I love his designs! jasmine”
“Meier is often considered the mother of the small school movement and her work as the founder of the Central Park East Schools and Mission Hill in Boston remain influential inspiration for parents and educators committed to the preparation of learners with the habits of mind required for a healthy democracy.”
“Richard Meier is opening his New York warehouse holding hundreds of his architectural models starting May 2nd from 10am-5pm by appointment (Fridays only).”
“This was my first Tristan, and how lucky I was to be at this performance, Meier is a maniac (in a very good way!), and Barenboim conducts the music exactly how I prefer it.”
“Diane Meier is "a geriatrician who is shaping the field of palliative care and making its benefits available to millions of Americans suffering from serious illness.": profile, video”
“An angry and defiant Garry Meier is blaming his partner, his bosses, his former agent and even "the media columns" -- in other words, everyone but himself -- for the stunning collapse of his Chicago radio career.”
“Meier is an easy man to talk to, and as I spoke with him on the phone, I came to wish that I were meeting with him face to face in the dark corner of a Moscow bistro, late on a cold white Russian night. —”
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