Synonyms for schiltz or Related words with schiltz


Examples of "schiltz"
Schiltz is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Hugo Schiltz died 5 August 2006 in Antwerp of leukemia.
Before Longwave formed, Schiltz played guitar in a band called Scout, featuring vocalist Ashen Keilyn.
Willem-Frederik Schiltz of Open Vld is a son by his second marriage.
From 1994 to 1998, Schiltz was alderman for finances in Antwerp in an anti-Vlaams Blok coalition.
After the dissolution of the "Volksunie" into the New Flemish Alliance and Spirit in 2001, Schiltz became a member of the latter. In that year, he resumed practising law, first with Ernst & Young and "Peeters Advocaten", later he founded "Laurius-Schiltz-Verschoeven ADVC".
The whole house was kept as much as possible in a rustic style. The present owners are the Pladys-Schiltz family.
Together with Wilfried Martens and Jean-Luc Dehaene, Hugo Schiltz was at the basis of the reform of Belgium into a federal state.
After a ministerial reshuffle on 22 February 2006, Jean-Louis Schiltz became the Minister for Defence. Luc Frieden remained in charge of Justice, the Treasury, and the Budget.
Patrick Joseph Schiltz (born 1960) is a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota.
Georges Schiltz (born 3 February 1901, date of death unknown) was a Luxembourgian cyclist. He competed in two events at the 1924 Summer Olympics.
Jean-Louis Schiltz (born 14 August 1964 in Luxembourg City) is a Luxembourgian lawyer and retired politician for the Christian Social People's Party (CSV).
During World War II Schiltz was a member of the "Nationaal-Socialistische Jeugd Vlaanderen" (English: "National Socialist Youth Flanders"). This brought him in jail for some months after the war.
As of November 2015, Schiltz sits on the bench in the Minneapolis (Fourth) Division of the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota. Judge Schiltz's opinions are publicly available on FDsys, a database providing electronic access to government documents.
Born in Duluth, Minnesota, Schiltz received a Bachelor of Arts degree from College of St. Scholastica in 1981 and a Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School in 1985. He served as a law clerk for Antonin Scalia from 1985 to 1987: the first term while then Judge Scalia served on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and the second term while Justice Scalia served on the Supreme Court. In 1987 Schiltz returned to Minnesota, where he worked in private practice until 1995, when he joined the faculty of University of Notre Dame Law School. While at Notre Dame, Schiltz authored an article, “On Being a Happy, Healthy, and Ethical Member of an Unhappy, Unhealthy, and Unethical Profession,” which has been cited over 500 times in the secondary literature. After he left Notre Dame in 2000, Schiltz was an associate dean at University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis until 2003 and a law professor there from 2003 to 2006.
Longwave was an American indie rock band. The band was formed in 1999 by guitarist, songwriter and vocalist Steve Schiltz; guitarist Shannon Ferguson; bassist David Marchese; and drummer Jeremy Greene. Their sound has been compared to Radiohead, the Strokes and 1970s post-punk rockers Television, as well as elements of shoegaze.
Schiltz collaborated with Keilyn again on his project Hurricane Bells, releasing two albums: "Tonight Is the Ghost" (2010) and "Tides and Tales "(2011). In 2014, he collaborated with members of the band Blue October on the project Harvard of the South.
Many sources indicate that the high level of stress, a "culture of hours" and ethical issues common in the legal profession lead to a lower level of job satisfaction relative to many other careers. See, for example, "Money and Ethics: The Young Lawyer's Conundrum", by Patrick J. Schiltz, January 2000 Washington State Bar News
In 2014, Noveskey joined the band "Harvard of the South" with Steve Schiltz of Longwave and Justin and Jeremy Furstenfeld of Blue October. Harvard of the South has completed recording an album and plans to release it in 2017. Matt has also toured and played shows as a live member of The Paco Estrada Band, Megan Becker Band, and Alpha Rev.
On 14 December 2005, President George W. Bush nominated Schiltz to serve on the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota after Judge Richard H. Kyle assumed senior status. The Senate confirmed Schiltz's appointment on 26 April 2006, and he received his commission two days later.