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Robert Mueller

Robert Swan Mueller III (born August 7, 1944) is an American lawyer. He served as the sixth Director of the DirectorFederal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).==Early life and education==Mueller was born on August 7, 1944, in DirectorFederal Bureau of InvestigationNew York City , New York, the son of Alice C. (née Truesdale) and Robert Swan Mueller. His maternal great-grandfather was railroad executive DirectorFederal Bureau of InvestigationNew York CityWilliam Truesdale ; his ancestry includes... read more

Robert Mueller Municipal Airport

Robert Mueller Municipal Airport ( ) was the first civilian airport built in Austin, Texas, operating from 1930 to 1999. It was replaced as Greater Austin's main airport by the Austin Bergstrom International Airport. Located a few miles northeast of downtown Austin, the airport was named after Robert Mueller, a city commissioner who had died while in office in January 1927. Mueller was identified with the three letter "AUS" airport code and this "AUS" code was then assigned to the Austin Bergstrom... read more

Andrew Mueller

Andrew Mueller is an Australian-born, London-based journalist and author. He is a contributing editor at Monocle, and also regularly writes for The Independent, The Independent on Sunday, The Financial Times, Esquire, The Guardian, Arena, The Times, Uncut, High Life, Harper's Bazaar, New Humanist, The Quietus, eMusic, and openDemocracy.net. He is the author of "Rock & Hard Places", "I Wouldn't Start From Here", and was a contributing editor to the fifth edition of Robert Young Pelton's "The World's... read more

Jon Mueller

Jon Mueller (born 1970 in Waukesha, Wisconsin, United States) is an American drummer, percussionist, and composer active in experimental and rock disciplines.== Early life and Education ==Jon Mueller was introduced to music through his parents, and began taking guitar and piano lessons at an early age. After quitting both, he became interested in the drums after his friend inherited a drumset. The instrument appealed to him due to its focus away from melody. Mueller states, "Hitting the drums and... read more

Mauro Mueller

Mauro Mueller is an independent narrative filmmaker. He won in the Student Academy Awards in 2013. He is best known for directing the short films ''Ge.hen'nah'' in 2010, ''A World for Raúl'' () in 2012, ''Fingerspiel'' in 2013 and producing the feature film ''Copenhagen'' in 2013 and the omnibus feature film ''A Quintet''.== Life and career ==Mauro Mueller was born in Switzerland. In 2008, he moved to New York City to study film directing and writing at Columbia University. Mueller graduated from... read more

Mueller Community

Mueller is a Planned Unit Development (PUD) in the northeast-central portion of the city of Austin, Texas, United States. The project is in the process of long-term development on the former site of the Robert Mueller Municipal Airport, which was closed in 1999 upon the opening of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in southeast Austin, itself a civilian adaptation of Bergstrom Air Force Base after its closure in the early 1990s. Mueller is intended to be a pedestrian-oriented, interactive mixed-use... read more

Christoph-Mathias Mueller

Christoph-Mathias Mueller (born 26 February 1967 in Chiclayo, Peru) is a conductor who grew up in Switzerland. He is the General Music Director of the Göttinger Symphonie Orchester (Germany).Mueller studied violin in Basel and conducting in Cincinnati, Ohio. He then became a Conducting Fellow in Tanglewood, Massachusetts, and worked with Seiji Ozawa, Robert Spano and Leon Fleisher. In 1996, Mueller was appointed assistant to Vladimir Ashkenazy at the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester in Berlin. In 2000,... read more

Otto-Werner Mueller

Otto-Werner Mueller (23 June 1926 – 25 February 2016) was a German-born conductor. He was a professor of conducting at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, as well as at the Juilliard School in New York City.Mueller was born in Bensheim, Germany. At the age of 13, he was selected to attend the Musisches Gymnasium Frankfurt am Main, where he was a student throughout the war. Following the war, he became director of the chamber music department at Radio Stuttgart at age 19, and was on the... read more

George Mueller (NASA)

George Edwin Mueller (pronounced ("Miller"); July 16, 1918 – October 12, 2015), was Associate Administrator of the NASA Office of Manned Space Flight from September 1963 until December 1969. Hailed as one of NASA's "most brilliant and fearless managers", he was instrumental in introducing the ''all-up'' testing philosophy for the Saturn V launch vehicle, which ensured the success of the Apollo program in landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth by the end of 1969. Mueller... read more


''Mueller'' is a spelling variant of the German surname ''Müller'' ("miller"). In German, the letter "ü" can be replaced with "ue". Notable people with the surname include: read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Marie-Rose Mueller

The result was keep. Can't sleep, clown will eat me 05:55, 16 November 2007 (UTC)===Marie-Rose Mueller===This article is about someone who was once one of the top 50 living people in the world. So what? Most people who were once one of the top 50 living people at some point do not have an article here, and there's no reason to suggest why this case is any different. If she was a record-breaker for her country or was one of the top 10 living people in the world, then it might be different, but as... read more

Robert Muller (disambiguation)

Robert Muller, Robert Moeller, Robert Mueller, or Robert Müller may refer to: read more

Jean Mueller

Jean Mueller (born 1950) is an American and discoverer of s, s, and a large number of s at the U.S. in California.In 1983, she became the first woman to operate the historic at , and was the first woman hired as a operator at Palomar Observatory in 1985.The (POSS II) got underway in August 1985, with the first of the 14" photographic glass plates being pulled off the Palomar's (then called the 48-inch Schmidt Camera). Jean Mueller was hired as the ''48-Inch Night Assistant'' in July of that... read more

Bill Mueller

William "Bill" Richard Mueller (; born March 17, 1971) is an American retired Americanprofessional baseball Americanprofessional baseballthird baseman who currently serves as the first base coach for the coachSt. Louis Cardinals of coachSt. Louis CardinalsMajor League Baseball (MLB). Mueller's MLB playing career was spent with the coachSt. Louis CardinalsMajor League BaseballSan Francisco Giants (1996–2000, 2002), coachSt. Louis CardinalsMajor League BaseballSan Francisco GiantsChicago... read more

GMD Mueller

Late model GMD Mueller gondola lift in Switzerland GMD Mueller Lifts AG was a Swiss aerial lift manufacturing firm.GMD stands for Gerhard Mueller Dietlikon.Founded in 1947 by engineer Gerhard Mueller, who is credited with the invention of the modern detachable Swisschairlift in the late 1940s, it was one of the most prolific and respected aerial lift manufacturers in skiing history. The company was bought out by the management in 1985 after Muellers death and went out of business in 1992.In the... read more


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