Berlin


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Ber·lin

(bĕr-lin'),
Rudolf, German ophthalmologist, 1833-1897. See: Berlin edema.
References in periodicals archive ?
However, despite the 'Berlin debate', Kleihues actively encouraged many international architects, who did not necessarily agree with his theories, to build in Berlin.
Immediately after the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, there were glimmers of hope in the form of private investment.
WRITING EXERCISE: Refer again to Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev's defense of the decision to build the Berlin Wall.
The sacrifice of the twenty-member Berlin Ballet at the Komische Oper is especially regrettable.
Whatever the artworks' country of origin, the lack of new ones produced for this biennial and the familiarity of the ones shown--even Ulrike Ottinger's 1989 series of black-and-white photographs of the crumbling Berlin wall and Thomas Struth's 1992 shots of former East Germany were dusted off for the event--showed that Germany must get serious about financing its only biennial, which delays have turned into a triennial.
Canada's presence in Berlin 2003 was understated but significant.
KBE has two compounding plants in Berlin able to produce a total of 176 million lb/yr of PVC dryblend.
Mind you I am staying at one of those expensive international hotels that have crowded into East Berlin after the collapse of the wall.
Berlin not only presents a weighty and nuanced analysis of American slavery in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, but he also delineates shifting concepts of race over four regions and three eras.
It seemed that they had not "gotten used" to the Berlin Wall.