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Heller

1. A subdivision of various German and Austrian currencies in use at different times throughout history.

2. See: Czech heller.

3. See: Slovakian heller.
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FIFTY years after Joseph Heller published his classic novel, Northern Stage is the first UK company to stage it.
I'm honored to be included in the magazine's ranks with Ian Fleming, Joseph Heller, Norman Mailer, James Ellroy, Ray Bradbury, Margaret Atwood.
Abrams may not yet be ready to be ranked beside a literary giant like Joseph Heller, but his storytelling ability shows great promise.
Others, however, such as Hebrew University professor Joseph Heller, argue that the killing actually provoked support for the Bernadotte plan by making its author into a martyr.
Meanwhile, Joseph Heller has launched a Mature Cheddar with Christmas Chutney in Tosco.
Hyper-cynical anti-war novel "Catch-22" turns 50 next month, and Joseph Heller must be chortling in his grave over how apropos the phrase he coined remains today - from the US jobs crisis to a bottomless war in Afghanistan.
Surveying novels by Phillip Roth and Joseph Heller, memoirs of the Vietnam, Gulf, and Iraq wars, and films by Spike Lee and Michael Moore, the collection's authors argue that the visions of the American past found in these works are to be understood as activist briefs meant to reshape the American future.
The two essays are from Joseph Heller, an internationally educated Jewish man who has won awards with his ideas, making "The Israel Palestine Puzzle" an excellent and educational read.
American novelist Joseph Heller studied in both New York and Oxford.
The title of which Joseph Heller novel has come to denote an absurd dilemma in which no real choice exists?
Gradually, Jones became friendly with other writers in the neighborhood: Truman Capote, who lived nearby, John Knowles, the author of A Separate Peace, and Joseph Heller, Peter Matthiessen, and Shana Alexander.
The bottom line is downtown Eugene, with few exceptions, remains like something from a Joseph Heller novel, a Catch-22 whereby the more it needs saving the more people mobilize to sink it.