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Synonyms for Berlin

capital of Germany located in eastern Germany

United States songwriter (born in Russia) who wrote more than 1500 songs and several musical comedies (1888-1989)

a limousine with a glass partition between the front and back seats

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Estas conferencias, dictadas por Sir Isaiah Berlin en 1965, son, sin exageracion alguna, un libro esencial en el conocimiento de la cultura occidental.
Tawney, Sir Isaiah Berlin, and (less saintly of character) Bertrand Russell and Raymond Williams.
Rare among novelists, Tolstoy appended to War and Peace a long exposition of his philosophy of history which still finds its way into anthologies on the subject, as well as being engagingly discussed by Sir Isaiah Berlin in The Hedgehog and the Fox.
In A D P Briggs' celebration of Pushkin (published by Hazar Publishing) the late Sir Isaiah Berlin spoke of Pushkin's classical simplicity and purity, for Berlin his poetry was "as untranslatable as Racine or Sophocles".
This tale of servants plotting against their masters has delighted audiences every since and today it's regarded, as Sir Isaiah Berlin said on Desert Island Discs, as "the best opera ever written".
To my astonishment, on Monday morning I got a letter from Sir Isaiah Berlin, the nicest letter I ever received, saying, "Happened to be watching, strongly approve, come for lunch.
The death of Sir Isaiah Berlin gave vent to the most orgiastic self-congratulation.
Sir Isaiah Berlin, a giant in 20th-century thought who specialized in the history of political ideas and the concepts of liberty, has died at the age of 88.