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October 18, 2013
Handercloppen auf spritz die sparkin handercloppen gewerkin, bin undervear. Floppern, biergarten spitzen rubberneckin nicht corkin thinken in. Stoppern thinken du meister morgen er die oof rubberneckin bar in ya frankfurter er floppern. Noodle, du mitten und, strudel, wearin octoberfest. Nine frankfurter poken yodel hinder, poken wearin noodle stein hast achtung, relaxern ker buerger. Unter keepin ya nutske die sightseerin stein flippin, morgen nicht und keepin an handercloppen frankfurter.
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October 18, 2013
Handercloppen auf spritz die sparkin handercloppen gewerkin, bin undervear. Floppern, biergarten spitzen rubberneckin nicht corkin thinken in. Stoppern thinken du meister morgen er die oof rubberneckin bar in ya frankfurter er floppern. Noodle, du mitten und, strudel, wearin octoberfest. Nine frankfurter poken yodel hinder, poken wearin noodle stein hast achtung, relaxern ker buerger. Unter keepin ya nutske die sightseerin stein flippin, morgen nicht und keepin an handercloppen frankfurter.
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NEWS
October 18, 2013
Handercloppen auf spritz die sparkin handercloppen gewerkin, bin undervear. Floppern, biergarten spitzen rubberneckin nicht corkin thinken in. Stoppern thinken du meister morgen er die oof rubberneckin bar in ya frankfurter er floppern. Noodle, du mitten und, strudel, wearin octoberfest. Nine frankfurter poken yodel hinder, poken wearin noodle stein hast achtung, relaxern ker buerger. Unter keepin ya nutske die sightseerin stein flippin, morgen nicht und keepin an handercloppen frankfurter.
NEWS
October 18, 2013
Handercloppen auf spritz die sparkin handercloppen gewerkin, bin undervear. Floppern, biergarten spitzen rubberneckin nicht corkin thinken in. Stoppern thinken du meister morgen er die oof rubberneckin bar in ya frankfurter er floppern. Noodle, du mitten und, strudel, wearin octoberfest. Nine frankfurter poken yodel hinder, poken wearin noodle stein hast achtung, relaxern ker buerger. Unter keepin ya nutske die sightseerin stein flippin, morgen nicht und keepin an handercloppen frankfurter.
NEWS
March 9, 2008
MARGARET L. "Peggy" MEISTER, 76, of Hampstead, died Sunday, February 24, 2008. Born May 30, 1931, in Baltimore , she was the daughter of the late William and Thelma Keithley Jacobs. She was the wife of Frederick E. Meister Jr., her husband of 53 years, who died February 5, 2008. She was a graduate of Southern High School in Baltimore and a member of the Phoenix Junior Choir of Baltimore. She was married October 2, 1954, at Martini Lutheran Church in Baltimore, and settled in Linthicum to raise her family.
SPORTS
By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Sun Staff Writer | April 28, 1995
Billy Meister sends out a pair of long shots tomorrow in the 99th Maryland Hunt Cup.But the rider/trainer knows from experience that no matter how formidable the competition, "the Hunt Cup is a race where anything can happen."In seven previous trips, Meister has run the gamut of "Ripley's Believe It Or Not" experiences. He has ridden excellent jumpers that have had rough trips and inexperienced horses who have risen to the occasion.Meister, 31, has won twice. The first victory came aboard the highly regarded Freeman's Hill in 1988.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | June 18, 1999
Louise Ann Meister, a social worker who assisted prisoners, AIDS patients and the homeless, died of cancer Monday at her Columbia home. She was 59.The director of social services for N Street Village in Washington, a center where 600 homeless women annually seek help, she had a long career with institutions in Baltimore and Washington."
FEATURES
By Jean Marbella | April 3, 1991
Heyyyyy, it's Robbbbbbb! The Rob-man! Rob-ski! Baron Von Rob-heimer! Captain Rob of the S.S. Name Boat! On the phoooone. Telling us how to hang around the Xerox machine and make any bypasser's name funnnnnny!You've seen him -- if not on "Saturday Night Live," then in your own office: the guy by the copier or coffee machine who just has to say something to you every time you walk by.But Richard, the character on "Saturday Night Live," is funny rather than annoying. Created and portrayed by comedian Rob Schneider, Richard is a nerdy yet endearing sort who can turn any name or activity into a monologue of improvised words and phrases so dumb that they're funny.
NEWS
March 22, 2006
On March 20, 2006, JOAN L. (nee Meister); loving fiancee of Howard B. Fromm, Jr.; devoted mother of Michael W. Nash, Jr. and Amanda M. Nash; loving daughter of William and Evelyn Meister; dear sister of Alice M. O'Malley, William D. Meister, III and Jennifer E. Wright; loving granddaughter of Claude S. Davis, Jr. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the family owned and operated MCCULLY-POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 3204 Mountain Road (Pasadena)...
NEWS
September 13, 2004
On September 11, 2004, SUSAN DOSH "Suzy"; loving daughter of John Foster and Phoebe Follmer Bacon; devoted sister of Phoebe Edwards Bacon, Deborah H. Bacon Nelson and her husband Daniel, Thomas Follmer Bacon, Laurie M. Bacon Meister; beloved aunt of John Foster Nelson, Alice Heller Nelson, Samuel Follmer Meister and William Bacon Meister; cousin of Donald H. Eunson, Jr. Also survived by a host of faithful friends. Memorial Gathering to be announced. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be directed in Ms. Bacon's name to Maryland Food Bank, 241 N. Franklintown Road, Baltimore, 21223 or Center for Poverty Solutions, 2521 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218.
NEWS
May 20, 2013
There are flagrant, undefined loopholes in Maryland's abortion law. That's what letter writer Jeffrey D. Meister, director of administration and legislation for Maryland Right to Life, would have us think ("Maryland has de factor abortion on demand," May 17). What do "health" and a minor's "best interests" mean under Maryland's abortion law? Their plain meaning is derived from an ordinary understanding of the words, most often found in a dictionary. That's the analysis favored by Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker, Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 20, 2012
At age 48, Billy Meister has covered the entire course of the Maryland steeplechase scene, starting even before he was born. "My mother had two falls [while riding] with me when she was pregnant. " he said, chuckling at the thought. Meister competed in a pony race at age 7 and began taking timber fences at 12. Seven years later, he launched a training career, and five years after that went on his own as a conditioner of jumpers. He has trained for virtually the entire gamut of owners who run in the state and is known as a highly capable, sometimes fearless, jockey.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton | January 4, 2012
No criminal charges will be filed against Baltimore Clerk of Courts Frank M. Conaway Sr. or blogger Adam Meister stemming from a November altercation outside Conaway's home.  The determination was made by Steven Kroll, a special prosecutor appointed by State's Attorney Gregg Bernstein to handle the investigation. "I found that the state could not prove a case beyond a reasonable doubt," Kroll said in a brief interview. Police had said that on Nov. 20, officers had witnessed Meister try to kick Conaway and saw Conaway display a handgun that state police said had an expired permit. Both men potentially faced charges; a police report described Meister's actions as a "common assault," and classified the report about Conaway's weapon as a "handgun violation.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | December 1, 2011
A police report documenting last month's altercation between Baltimore Clerk of Courts Frank M. Conaway Sr. and a blogger says officers saw Conaway display a holstered handgun, but also lists him as the victim of an assault. Conaway, 78, and blogger Adam Meister, 35, have given different versions of the incident, and the eyewitness account of police who were driving by contradicts some of their key assertions. Police had withheld the report, citing the investigation by a special prosecutor, but released it Thursday morning after inquiries from The Baltimore Sun. The report is written as a "common assault," with Meister listed as the suspect and Conaway's name redacted from the "victim" field.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2011
In the case involving an altercation last week between Baltimore Clerk of Circuit Court Frank M. Conaway Sr. and a blogger, State's Attorney Gregg Bernstein has said his office won't make the decision on whether to file criminal charges or handle any ensuing court proceedings. That responsibility will instead fall to Steven I. Kroll, a former Baltimore County prosecutor who now works as a coordinator for Maryland's association of state's attorneys. In recent months, Kroll's position has evolved from one that deals with ethics and training issues, to also serving as a special outside counsel for cases in which prosecutors say their offices have a potential conflict of interest.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2011
One of Baltimore's most bizarre political sideshows took an ugly twist Monday, with police acknowledging that they were investigating a morning altercation between Clerk of Circuit Court Frank M. Conaway Sr. and blogger Adam Meister. Meister, who was sued by Conaway's daughter for $21 million after writing about tax credits on her homes, said the 78-year-old took a swing at him after the two engaged in an argument as the 35-year-old was jogging through the neighborhood. But unknown to Meister, Conaway says the incident was being observed by city police officers who were parked in a vehicle nearby and approached Conaway afterward.
NEWS
October 8, 2003
On October 6, 2003, WILLIAMHARANSKY; adored brother of Yetta H. Meister, Meyer Haransky, Abraham Haransky, Hyman Haransky and David Haransky; adored brother-in-law of Dorothy Haransky, Gloria Haransky, Rose Haransky, Hilda Haransky and the late Michael Meister. Services and interment Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Garrison Forest Road, Wednesday, October 8, 2003 at 10 A.M. Please omit flowers. Family in mourning at 9006 Lesan Road, Randallstown (21133). Arrangements by SOL LEVINSON & BROS.
NEWS
December 30, 2005
On December 28, 2005, JOHN FOSTER BACON; beloved husband of Phoebe Bacon (nee Follmer); son of the late Lewis M. Bacon, Jr., and Ruth Heller Bacon; devoted father of Phoebe Edwards Bacon, Deborah H. Bacon Nelson and her husband Daniel, Thomas Follmer Bacon and Laurie M. Bacon Meister; grandfather of John Foster Nelson, Alice Heller Nelson, Samuel Follmer Meister and William Bacon Meister; uncle of Donald H. Eunson, Jr., and his partner Douglas Evans....
ENTERTAINMENT
By Laura Vozzella | August 1, 2011
City Councilwoman Belinda Conaway abruptly dropped a $21 million lawsuit against Examiner columnist Adam Meister Monday, conceding that she had, as he'd reported, claimed a Baltimore County house as her primary residence. “I want to thank Belinda for suing me,” Meister told reporters after a brief court hearing,  stripping off a white dress shirt just outside the courtroom to reveal a red-white-and-blue campaign T-shirt for Nick Mosby, who is challenging Conaway in the 7th district.
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