American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of west-central Germany west of Essen. Chartered in 1300, it is a market center. Population: 107,000.
“I´m also reading some J.D. Robb, and in the middle of "Rumo" by Walter Moers.”
“Lufthansa's margin targets are high and the economic environment is worsening," said Hartmut Moers , an analyst at WestLB Research.”
“The airline has little choice but to eliminate loss-making activities and lower costs, Mr. Moers said.”
“In the late 1990s the cartoonist Walter Moers shattered previous boundaries of taste with his bestselling comic book "Adolf, the Nazi Swine," in which the former F ü hrer emerges from hiding in Berlin 's sewers, only to suffer constant humiliations in an unfamiliar modern world.”
“D: We know each other for more than 20 years because we come from the same hometown--Moers, Germany.”
“Ellen Moers was born on December 9, 1928, to Robert Moers, a lawyer, and Celia Lewis (Kauffman) Moers, a teacher.”
“Moers boldly asserts that women have particularly strong insights into issues of work, money, social justice, and the heroic.”
“Ellen Moers credits “the new wave of feminism for pulling [her] out of the stacks” and into the material that was to become Literary Women (1976).”
“Moers taught at hunter college, Barnard College, Brooklyn College, and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, and wrote for major newspapers and periodicals.”
“Moers was schooled in New York City, earned her B.A. at Vassar (1948), her M.A. at Radcliffe College (1949), and her Ph.D. at Columbia University (1954).”
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