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Kremer

/ˈkreɪmə/
noun
1.
Gidon. born 1947, Latvian violinist, now based in the US
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  • How has kremer progressed with the case, anything been done?

    Between the Lines Henry Bascom Smith
  • The small mind of kremer could not conceive of this attitude on the part of Clay save from the point of view of selfish interests.

    The Middle Period 1817-1858 John William Burgess
  • Mrs. kremer passed away on March 5th, 1907, and her husband followed her two days later—an unusual dispensation.

  • Clay immediately called for an investigation of the charge by the House, but kremer sneaked out of it.

    The Middle Period 1817-1858 John William Burgess
  • Out of the kremer letter grew a distrust of Clay which he never really lived down.

  • The latest computations I have seen are those in the first volume of kremer's Ægypten, 1863.

    Man and Nature George P. Marsh

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