Schwartz


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Schwartz

(shwōrts),
Henry G., 20th-century U.S. neurosurgeon. See: Schwartz tractotomy.

Schwartz

(shwōrts),
Oscar, 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Schwartz syndrome.
References in classic literature ?
She is married to General Schwartz," said Flambeau.
Naturally, if not correctly, young Schwartz tore off the mysterious silken mask and cast it on the grass; and then he saw whom he had slain.
Von Schoenvorts walked in the rear of the column, encouraging Schwartz and laughing at the discomfiture of the Britishers.
The Germans hesitated for a moment, looking first toward von Schoenvorts and then to Schwartz, who was evidently second in command, for orders.
Von Schoenvorts had managed to drag the Englishman around so that his back was toward Schwartz and the other advancing Germans.
You who saw her save me from Schwartz know a part of what I owe her.
It is generally asserted that gunpowder was invented in the fourteenth century by the monk Schwartz, who paid for his grand discovery with his life.
Then I have had two long beds made in the grass on either side of the semicircle, each sown with mignonette, and one filled with Marie van Houtte, and the other with Jules Finger and the Bride; and in a warm corner under the drawing-room windows is a bed of Madame Lambard, Madame de Watteville, and Comtesse Riza du Parc; while farther down the garden, sheltered on the north and west by a group of beeches and lilacs, is another large bed, containing Rubens, Madame Joseph Schwartz, and the Hen.
22 tribute to the musical work of Stephen Schwartz.
Schwartz, Managing Director at Deutsche Bank Securities Inc.
Will Schwartz first won fans as one fourth of queer alt-rockers Imperial Teen.