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

  • n. A former superior court in Great Britain dealing with matters of revenue, now merged with the King's or Queen's Bench.


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  • I held off on the two Schlitt-era Petra albums, though Back to the Street and the followup This Means War, until the right time.

    2006 January

  • Schlitt has been visiting a daughter who is on a student exchange program that has her staying in a modern Minnesota bedroom community, outside the Twin Cities. - Home Page

  • Not that Schlitt is here by accident or without high expectation. - Home Page

  • Schlitt, and I, are impressed by the collection of memorabilia, even if it is low-key, even modestly presented by the standards of such displays. - Home Page

  • Having travelled all the way from Schonefeld, Germany, Andreas Schlitt is pleasantly surprised by what he has found in this out-of-the-way town in northern Minnesota. - Home Page

  • Schlitt, who worked at The Kansan as a student and then took over the sales and marketing advisor position during fall 2007, attributed his award to the student staff. stories

  • "I'm proud, but even more proud because I wouldn't have won it without the hard work of each of our students and the dedication that they put in," Schlitt said. stories

  • Schlitt was given the award at the annual award ceremony in Los Angeles. stories

  • "As a career field, cyber defense is essential to our nation's prosperity and national security," Schlitt said. News Articles

  • In addition to lending their voices in song, Schlitt and several other artists also recorded PSAs for The American Red Cross and Samaritan's Purse for use in upcoming months.



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