American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Rosenberg, Alfred 1893-1946. German political leader who expounded Nazi doctrine in The Myth of the 20th Century (1930). He was executed as a war criminal.
- Rosenberg, Julius 1918-1953. American spy who with his wife, Ethel (1915-1953), was convicted of helping pass information concerning nuclear weaponry to the Soviets. Despite questions concerning the fairness of their trial and international pleas for clemency, the couple was executed.
“I thought you all might be interested to know that Melissa Rosenberg is currently a confirmed panelist for the 2009 Austin Film Festival.”
“Series screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg is currently in the process of penning the Dawn scripts, with filming slated to begin in October.”
“Alain Rosenberg, the head of the French arm of the cult religion has pooh-poohed the decision and the fine.”
“An advocate for women in film, Rosenberg is a co-founder and executive board member of the League of Hollywood Women Writers and a former chair of the Writers Guild of America Diversity Committee.”
“As Mark Steyn observes, Rosenberg is not just a typical leftist hack self-hating secular Jew, he is billed as a “Senior Foreign Policy Fellow” ...”
“The seven church members, including Alain Rosenberg, the manager of the ASES-Celebrity Centre, are to be tried for the “illegal exercise of pharmacy,” the legal source said.”
“Melissa Rosenberg is writing the screenplay for New Moon and Eclipse.”
“At Lamar Consolidated High in Rosenberg, Texas, he set the state record for touchdowns with 136 and was named state player of the year by the Associated Press in 2007 after leading his school to a state title.”
“Rosenberg is not the most fanatically “pro-Israel” person, but he does envision/excuse keeping Jewish settlers in and around East Jerusalem.”
“Scott Rosenberg is speaking at the Hillside Club (5PM today, $10 admission) on his new book about the Chandler project.”
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