from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Lehmann, Lotte 1888-1976. German-born American soprano known for her performances in operas by Richard Strauss. She sang with the Metropolitan Opera in New York City (1934-1945).


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  • Richard Lehmann is editor of the Forbes/Lehmann Income Securities Investor.

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  • The Lehmann was the great Brünnhilde, but you are greater, Kaya.

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  • Hoffenheim coach Ralf Rangnick called Lehmann's behaviour "unsporting", but Jens was unrepentant:

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  • About 75 percent of the grass in Altar Valley is a species called Lehmann's lovegrass, introduced in the 1950s by the Natural Resources Conservation Service for forage and erosion control, said Wilson.


  • Deputy County Administrator Verdenia Baker called Lehmann's departure a "mutual agreement."

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  • It is a median course between merely naïve and day by day living, such as Lehmann (15) complains about as the natural tendency of uneducated patriotism, and the kind of program making that takes into account only the purposes of a single nation that we must follow in teaching this forward view of national history.

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  • I'm happy to see that the importance of women authors such as Lehmann is recognized and appreciated and hasn't been allowed to fade away like so many others.

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  • "Lehmann, that is our manager, is talking about getting up a second travelling company, for the opera is so popular everywhere; and there is to be a series of rehearsals of under-studies beginning next Monday, and you could see all the coaching going on.

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  • On religion: Susan Goodrich Lehmann, “Islam and Ethnicity in the Republics of Russia,” Post-Soviet Affairs 13, no.

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  • That supposition was confirmed when Lehmann showed the IAEA officials an e-mail exchange between Urs and his CIA handler from the week before the Tinners met with the IAEA for the first time in Vienna.



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