Synonyms for luscher or Related words with luscher

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Examples of "luscher"
Born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Luscher was an insurance agent. He was also in the real estate business. In 1893 and 1895, Luscher served in the Wisconsin State Assembly and was a Democrat. He died in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
Muhu is the home of Estonia's first wine tourism farm – Luscher & Matiesen Muhu Winehouse.
Gustav Samuel Luscher (February 12, 1856 – September 15, 1943) was an American businessman and politician.
In the late 1960s, Alexander Schauss, Director of Life Sciences at the American Institute for Biosocial Research in Tacoma, Washington, did studies on psychological and physiological responses to the color pink. Schauss had read studies by the Swiss psychiatrist Max Luscher, who believed that color preferences provided clues about one's personality. Luscher noticed that color preferences shifted according to psychological and physiological fluctuations in his patients. Luscher asserted that color choice reflects emotional states. He theorized that one's color choices reflect corresponding changes in the endocrine system, which produces hormones.
Cucumbertown is a food blogging platform. Based out of Palo Alto, California, it was founded by Cherian Thomas, Chris Luscher, Arun Prabhakar and Dan Hauk. It was acquired by Japanese recipe network Cookpad in June 2015.
Cucumbertown was co-founded by Ex-Zynga employee Cherian Thomas, Chris Luscher, a partner at Web development firm Information Architects, Arun Prabhakar,a software engineer, and Dan Hauk, Tumblr theme designer. Cherian Thomas, an engineer based in Bangalore was passionate about food and he kept recording his thoughts on cooking and publishing systematically. Thomas, once, e-mailed Chris Luscher, partner of Information Architects, one of the leading design firms in the world, based in Zurich. Chris Luscher shared his passion in cooking and agreed to partner with him. Thomas then brought on board Arun Prabhakar, his junior at Model Engineering College, and Dan Hauk, a leading American designer. Cucumbertown is named after a mythical town, "Vellarikka Pattanam" (വെള്ളരിക്കാപ്പട്ടണം) in the Malayalam language. The most of the founders, a team of 4 people across 3 continents, never met face to face until the launch of the company. Dan Hauk left Cucumbertown in August 2013.
Henry R. Luscher was a Mobile, Alabama-area community leader and politician who served two terms as the city's Public Safety Commissioner and several stints as the city's Mayor. All of his terms as Mayor of Mobile were when the title was co-extensive with the presidency of the City Commission. He was defeated for re-election in 1961 by challenger George E. McNally, the first open Republican elected to office in Mobile since Reconstruction. Luscher had also served as King of the Mobile Carnival Association during his youth.
textile art, ceramics, porcelain, leather, glass, jewellery, metalwork, furniture and product design. In order to experience a more relaxed, culture oriented exhibits one may turn to Museum of Estonian Drinking Culture. This museum showcases the historic Luscher & Matiesen Distillery as well as the history of Estonian alcohol production.
N5ZA's cross-country flight departed Sheboygan County Memorial Airport on February 8, 2000 at 14:00 en route to Waukegan National Airport 93 miles to the south. Collins was operating the aircraft from the left seat as pilot in command (PIC) and his pilot-rated friend Herman Luscher occupied the right seat.
His term as Mayor of Mobile was when the title was co-extensive with the presidency of the City Commission. He was elected to the City Commission in 1961 by defeating incumbent commissioner Henry R. Luscher. He was defeated for re-election in 1965 by challenger Arthur R. Outlaw.
Oscar Luscher Rapson (3 November 1883 – 8 May 1952) was an American farmhand, hotel manager and store owner. Rapson is best known for being the first manager of the Grand Rapids Hotel, which was the first major resort on the Wabash River.
Ince began practicing law in the early 1980s focusing on environmental issues but gradually moved to the human rights field, specializing in sexual issues. He represented performers and individual citizens fighting sexual censorship laws. One of his cases, "Luscher v. Canada", was successful in striking down as unconstitutional a federal law that had prohibited sexual material from entering Canada for over one hundred years. He represented the Canadian polyamory community in the 2011 constitutional reference case concerning Canada’s polygamy laws.
Heritage Christian School is a private, non-denominational Pre K-12 school located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was established in 1973 by Bethel Baptist Church as Bethel Christian Academy. Originally located in the basement of the church at North 76th Street and West Luscher Avenue, the school has moved twice, first to North 107th Street, then to its current location at South 109th Street. Growth in enrollment allowed the school to add an additional campus for the elementary school in 1989, located on Elm Grove Road in Brookfield, Wisconsin.