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

  • n. The flag of the United States.


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  • On Sunday morning, the scoreboard at Pfitzner Stadium rolled through Carolina League leaders.

    Tyler Moore's unreal streak

  • Potomac will continue its Carolina League championship series tonight at Pfitzner Stadium against Winston-Salem.

    Nationals extend affiliation with Potomac

  • Those are three great itineraries, though I have to say, the Saariaho/Pfitzner/Wagner trio sounds damn good.

    Morning Miscellany

  • In between, Alma had countless affairs, among others with the painter Klimt, the composers Schreker and Pfitzner, and a fashionable Catholic priest called Hollnsteiner.

    When You Don't Believe

  • I would, in addition to the Thielemann Pfitzner/Strauss disc, recommend Valery Gergiev's recording live broadcast, and not - to my knowledge - commercially issued of Pfitzner's Violin Concerto, op. 64, with Rainer Küchl as soloist from 2004. posted by Patrick J. Smith @ 10:30:00 PM

    But, of course...

  • - WESTON LA BARRE IT TOOK Paige no more than Anne's mandatory ten seconds, during breakfast of the next day in his snuggery at the spaceman's Haven, to decide that he was going back to the Pfitzner plant and apologize.

    Cities In Flight

  • Certainly at least Le Fevre's Consolidated Warfare Service operation was bigger than the Pfltzner division, and Peacock Camera and Chemicals probably was too; Pfitzner, which was the pharmaceuticals side of the cartel, was a recent acquisition, bought after some truly remarkable broken-field running around the diversification amendments to the anti-trust laws.

    Cities In Flight

  • Also, I'm not pretty, and a receptionist for a firm as big as Pfitzner is usually pretty striking.

    Cities In Flight

  • WithQut telling Pfitzner about it, we gave Pearl River Labs that headache.

    Cities In Flight

  • True, he was only one of some two dozen technicians in the processing lab where Paige had been working; but his almost open habit of slipping notes inside his lab apron, and his painful furtiveness every time he left the Pfitzner laboratory building for the night, should have aroused someone's suspicions long before this.

    Cities In Flight


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