- n. A surname.
“After reporting about religion for a few years I came up with what I called Weiss's Law of Religious Relativism: Every religion is crazy, by definition, to a nonbeliever.”
“Irving Weiss is still putting the ox back into the aleph in word for/word, the lyre, hot metal, and other sources of vispo shaking and making.”
“Martin Weiss says: well we clearly are in an armed conflict with Al Q (they declared war to the death on the US back in the1990s) but what about other groups (e.g., the Taliban have not ‘declared’ war to the death with the US, neither have dozens of other terrorist groups)?”
“The full debate, including guest commentaries by economist Robert Stavins and enviornmentalist Daniel Weiss, is available here.”
“Weiss is remaining positive on M&T after the sale was announcement, and says the bank could eventually make a couple acquisitions of its own.”
“Glover Weiss is a lobbyist at the Ashcroft Group, where she registered to lobby for AT&T in 2006.”
“Frolik then tipped in Weiss 'pretty no-look backhand pass to make it 5-1 at 13: 55.”
“However, what the film does share with both Cronenberg and Weiss is a desire to inhabit the universe of the Ballardian.”
“Money and Markets (www. moneyandmarkets.com) is a free daily investment newsletter from Dr. Martin Weiss and Weiss Research analysts offering the latest investing news and financial insights for the stock market, including tips and advice on investing in gold, energy and oil.”
“Another living legend, writer/director Erich Weiss, is in the process of editing down all of the film we shot.”
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