American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Schiller, Johann Christoph Friedrich von 1759-1805. German poet, dramatist, and historian. A leading romanticist, he is best known for his historical plays, such as Don Carlos (1787) and Wallenstein (1798-1799), and for his long didactic poems.
- n. A German surname.
“VIVIAN SCHILLER LEAVES THE NEW YORK TIMES - Vivian Schiller, the head of the New York Times 'digital efforts, has left the company to go to the National Public Radio.”
“The corresponding moment in Schiller is when (in de Man's translation of Schiller's essay "On the Sublime") "even the imaginary representation of danger, if it is at all vivid, suffices to awaken our sense of self-preservation, and it produces something analogous to what the real experience would produce '" (Werke [Weimar: Hermann Bohlaus”
“Schiller is comparing the Touch to portable video game systems such as the Sony PSP and Nintendo DS.”
“Perhaps Schiller is justifying Apple's decision to pull out of the trade show?”
“For the moment, suffice it to note that Schiller is a professional CEO who should know when and how to dismiss an employee.”
“Among the many lessons to be drawn from NPR's dismissal of Juan Williams are these: Vivian Schiller is human, Juan Williams is human, we are human, and most importantly, there is no bottom to the barrel of right-wing slime.”
“Among the many lessons to be drawn from NPR's dismissal of Juan Williams are these: Schiller is human, Williams is human, we are human, and most importantly, there is no bottom to the barrel of right-wing slime.”
“Schiller is a professional CEO who should know when and how to dismiss an employee.”
“Yet what his analysis skips over entirely in Schiller's second line might best be glossed by a more recent theorist of vocality,”
“I was interviewing Dane Schiller from the San Antonio Express who was at the Zocalo in Oaxaca, for my daily shows Imagen News.”
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