[ US /ˈʃnæbəɫ/ ]
  1. United States composer (born in Austria) and pianist noted for his interpretations of the works of Mozart and Beethoven and Schubert (1882-1951)
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  • Sunshine can burn you, food can poison you, words can condemn you, pictures can insult you; music cannot punish ---- only bless. (Arthur Schnabel , Austrian pianist.
  • The body is pyriform, broadly truncate on the anterior end, in the middle of which rises a papilliform process (Schnabel). Marine Protozoa from Woods Hole Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission 21:415-468, 1901
  • Combined with the tapered schnabel forearm, the rifle seems far more sleek and trim than others I've handled.
  • The Web site had earlier branded Ms. Schnabel a "scenester," a label she detests. NYT > Home Page
  • As the hogs roasted by a fire, many guests—including several Schnabels, Adam Lindemann and Amalia Dayan, the Shayes, the Lynnes and Naomi Campbell and her boyfriend, Vladislav Doronin—walked through the barnlike gallery space. In Greenwich, Paintings and a Pig Roast
  • Try "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly," which earned Julian Schnabel a best director nod, or documentary nominee "SiCKO" from director Michael Moore.
  • But Mr. Schnabel , who once said of himself, "I'm the closest you'll get to Picasso in this life, " remains a painter of prodigious energy, productivity and self-confidence.
  • In order to analyze the dynamical performance of a D35 schnabel wagon bogie, the rigid-flexible-coupling full-vehicle model was established with template-based modeling mothdology.
  • By the end of my visit I would have been happy to see photographs of kittens or even some grandiloquent paintings by Julian Schnabel, anything not so proud of being self-referential and small time. Snapshot of a Movement
  • These ideas find their visual counterparts in artists such as David Salle or Julian Schnabel, whose works explore the fragmented, chaotic and atemporal nature of existence in the present.
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