Arndt

Arndt

Arnd(t) is a surname, variant Arent, a short form of Arnold and may refer to:

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Charles Arndt - Player
... Arndt graduated from Kennedy High School ... From 1987 to 1988, Arndt earned a career.70 GAA ... While Arndt finished his soccer career at South Carolina in 1988, he did not complete his degree requirements until 1990 when he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in finance ...
Charles Arndt - Coach
... In 1995, Furman University hired Arndt’s former South Carolina team mate, Doug Allison ... Allison turned around and immediately hired Arndt as the Furman University goalkeeper coach ... Arndt has remained in that position to today ...
Larry Arndt
... Larry Wayne Arndt (born February 25, 1963 in Fremont, Ohio) was an infielder for the Oakland Athletics during the 1989 Major League Baseball season ... Arndt was also slick in the field, posting a 1.000 fielding percentage in ten total chances ... On January 16, 1991, Arndt was traded to the Cleveland Indians for first baseman Troy Neel ...
Arndt & Partner - History
... Facing the challenge of a continuously redefining art scene, Arndt Partner emphasised a programme free of trends or (formal) standards from the beginning ... Opening a new space in the Hackesche Höfe in Mitte in 1994, Arndt and Partner was amongst the first galleries to establish itself in the new centre of Berlin ... In 1997, Arndt Partner moved to Auguststrasse so as to contribute to the newly emerging gallery centre ...

Famous quotes containing the word arndt:

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    —Bettina Arndt (20th century)

    The good husbands understand and offer to help. “All you have to do is ask” they say. But even helpful husbands have to be thanked, their contributions acknowledged, credit given. All those pleases and thank yous. Being grateful takes time and energy. It’s often easier to do it yourself.
    —Bettina Arndt (20th century)

    Traditionally, marriage involved a kind of bartering, rather than mutual inter-dependence or role sharing. Husbands financially and economically supported wives, while wives emotionally, psychologically and socially supported husbands. He brought home the bacon, she cooked it. He fixed the plumbing, she the psyche.
    —Bettina Arndt (20th century)