Definition of Bernstein
1. Noun. United States conductor and composer (1918-1990).
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Literary usage of Bernstein
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1. Ruling Cases by Irving Browne, Leonard Augustus Jones, James Tower Keen, Edward Manson, John Melville Gould (1897)
"bernstein, (c. A. 1893.) RULE. A MATRIMONIAL offence may be condoned, although the guilty party conceals from the other the commission of other matrimonial ..."
2. The Modern Legal Philosophy Series by Association of American Law Schools (1912)
"EDUARD bernstein' (b. 1850) opposes the "theory of catastrophe," the view ... 824-829, contends against bernstein in behalf of a future governmental "goal ..."
3. Personal Banking Fraud: Hearings Before the Committee on Banking and edited by James A. Leach (2000)
"Our second panel will be composed of Jodie bernstein, who is Director of the ... I would like to thank our first witness who will be Ms. Jodie bernstein, ..."
4. Revised Record of the Constitutional Convention of the State of New York by New York (State). Constitutional Convention (1916)
"Mr. bernstein — I was going to suggest a change to read, " Secure the observance ... The proposition of Mr. bernstein I understand is merely a suggestion. ..."
5. The Socialists and the War: A Documentary Statement of the Position of the by William English Walling (1915)
"We shall now answer these questions, beginning with the views of the other great Socialist publicist of Germany, Edward bernstein. EDWARD bernstein From an ..."
6. Future of Work in America: Congressional Hearing edited by Peter Hoekstra (2000)
"Mr. bernstein. No, I understand. The facts that have been brought forth today though, most of them do come, in large part, out of the book, as do I believe, ..."