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Schuster ("shoemaker", "cobbler") is a common family name in German.

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Susan Hubbard - Bibliography
... Walking on Ice ... University of Missouri Press ...
Schuster - Other
... Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center Simon Schuster, New York publishing house ...
Schuster Baronets
... The Schuster Baronetcy, of Collingham Road in the Royal Borough of Kensington, was a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom ... It was created on 24 July 1906 for the banker Felix Schuster ... He was a senior partner in the family firm of Schuster, Son Co, and was also a Finance Member of the Council of India from 1906 to 1916 ...
Schuster Vance
... Schuster Vance (September 21, 1960 – December 12, 2007) was an American television and film actor ... His birth name was Henry Schuster Vance III ...
Shellback (producer) - Career
... Born and raised in Karlshamn, Sweden, Schuster started out as a drummer in local indierock bands in Karlshamn, before joining the hardcore/metal scene as a vocalist ... At the age of 16, Schuster met Max Martin through their mutual friend Julius ... the swedish music magazine "Stim-magasinet", Schuster said his taste in music was "too cool for school" and he had no interest in pop music whatsoever ...

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    Food=joy ... guilt ... anger ... pain ... nurturing ... friendship ... hatred ... the way you look and feel.... Food=everything you can imagine.
    Susan Powter, U.S. talk-show host. Food, p. 15, Simon & Schuster (1995)

    Stevenson had noble ideas—as did the young Franklin for that matter. But Stevenson felt that the way to implement them was to present himself as a thoughtful idealist and wait for the world to flock to him. He considered it below him, or wrong, to scramble out among the people and ask them what they wanted. Roosevelt grappled voters to him. Stevenson shied off from them. Some thought him too pure to desire power, though he showed ambition when it mattered.
    Garry Wills, U.S. historian. Certain Trumpets: The Call of Leaders, ch. 9, Simon & Schuster (1994)