from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Schmidt, Helmut Born 1918. German politician who served as West German minister of defense (1969-1972), minister of finance (1972-1974), and chancellor (1974-1982).
- Schmidt, Michael Jack Known as "Mike.” Born 1949. American baseball player. In 17 seasons with the Philadelphia Phillies (1972-1989), Schmidt hit 548 home runs and was the National League's most valuable player three times (1980, 1981, and 1986).
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- n. German statesman who served as chancellor of Germany (born in 1918)
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SCHMIDT: Well, it ` s - you know, hey, look: my dad always said as a young boy growing up on the farm in Rochester, Minnesota - my father, Fred (ph) Schmidt, God bless him, he always said, Son, you ain ` t going to make it on the farm here.
"Rango," in other words, passes what I call the "Schmidt" litmus test.
Brenda Schmidt is the author of the recently released More than Three Feet of Ice (Thistledown Press).
Gavin Schmidt (yes, the main blogger for RealClimate is the best evidence against the credibility of the site)
Schmidt is the one whose fingerprints are all over the Vanity Fair piece.
Schmidt is the one who should be held accountable.
But Martin Schmidt and I failed to find a statistically significant drop in attendance.
Mitten was the chief branding officer for the 2016 Committee and Schmidt is creative director for an agency that did significant work for the Committee.
But I also feel confident said honcho would be packed off to the countryside for some therapeutic rest before he got too far, and I very much doubt Eric Schmidt is losing much sleep over it.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt is under a little fire from the technoverse for starting a little turf war with Twitter.
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