Steiner

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Steiner Academy Hereford
... The Steiner Academy Hereford is a Steiner-Waldorf Academy school in Much Dewchurch near Hereford, Herefordshire, UK ... in September 2008 and is the first publicly funded Steiner-Waldorf school in the UK ...
Steiner, Michigan
... Steiner was a small farming settlement in what is now Frenchtown Charter Township, Monroe County in the U.S ... at the intersection of the Norfolk Southern Railway and Steiner Road at 41°59′20″N 83°23′15″W / 41.98889°N 83.38750°W / 41.98889 -83.38750Coordinate ... It was a station on the Pere Marquette Railroad founded by and named for William Steiner in 1873 ...
Starrcade (1990) - Results - Tournament Bracket
... Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals 1 The Steiner Brothers Pin 8 Kreuger / DeKlerk 1 ... Steiner Brothers Pin 4 Konan / Misterio 4 ... Konan / Misterio Pin 5 ...
Leo Steiner
... Leo Steiner (c ... While his partner, Milton Parker, mostly worked behind the scenes, Steiner worked the crowd with his Jewish humor in the restaurant, which became a destination for both celebrities and ... Steiner was born in Newark, New Jersey ...
Leslie Morgan Steiner - Life and Career
... in English, Steiner's first published work was an autobiographical account of her teenage struggle with anorexia nervosa, published in Seventeen in September ... Steiner went on to work in the Articles Department for Seventeen from 1987-1988 ... In early 2001 Steiner returned to her hometown of Washington, D.C ...

Famous quotes containing the word steiner:

    To many men ... the miasma of peace seems more suffocating than the bracing air of war.
    —George Steiner (b. 1929)

    Words that are saturated with lies or atrocity, do not easily resume life.
    —George Steiner (b. 1929)

    It is not the literal past that rules us, save, possibly, in a biological sense. It is images of the past.... Each new historical era mirrors itself in the picture and active mythology of its past or of a past borrowed from other cultures. It tests its sense of identity, of regress or new achievement against that past.
    —George Steiner (b. 1929)