American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Steiner, Rudolf 1861-1925. Austrian social philosopher who investigated theosophy and founded anthroposophy.
- n. Austrian philosopher who founded anthroposophy (1861-1925)
“Hey John ... you do know that "K. Leslie Steiner" is SRD's alter ego/nom de plume, right?”
“York Steiner is your online school for learning and education guidance focusing on every aspects of education to increase the awareness of literacy among the people and to provide real world solution to the concerns about different dimensions of education globally.”
“MARTIN: Leslie Morgan Steiner is the mother of three.”
“The camp Kommandant, Captain Steiner, subsequently handed over his command to the Senior British Medical Officer and”
“Al Steiner, is even talking about a Jarrod Washburn Day when he comes home, complete with a parade.”
“Historian Franklin Steiner:) [W] hen it was proposed to open the Constitutional Convention, over which he [George Washington] presided, with prayer, the motion was lost.”
“I think it’s worth noting (because apparently no one else will) that Washington, D.C., public schools are 96 percent minority and that Leslie Morgan Steiner is white — a racial juxtaposition not atypical for this anthology.”
“Consider the opening incident of the book, at a party at Washington, D. C.’s elegant Sulgrave Club, where Steiner is discussing her “mommy wars” book idea with a fellow publishing professional:”
“That converted me," recalled Steiner years later.”
“Latter-day champions of difficulty merely paraphrase Steiner, as when Judith Butler defends the value of difficulty by pointing to Walter Benjamin, who makes our heads hurt.”
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