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Hoff·mann

(hof'mahn),
Friedrich (Fredericus), German physician, 1660-1742. Professor of anatomy and surgery at Halle, noted for clinical observations of a variety of infectious diseases.

Hoff·mann

(hof'mahn),

Hoff·mann

(hof'mahn),
Moritz, German anatomist, 1622-1698. See: Hoffmann duct.
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Hoffmann Architects recognizes the dedication and accomplishments of the senior personnel who have contributed substantially to shaping the direction of the company.
Olliges counts twenty-three instances in Meister Floh, and in a series of close readings she demonstrates how Hoffmann thematizes narrative practice and gains the reader's trust, only then to negate the narrator's authority at will and create a "Leerstelle" with the help of which the reader achieves a critical distance from the text.
Hoffmann said that as a father himself, he was "emotionally shocked" by the powerful image of the body of the little boy lying lifelessly on sandbanks near the Turkish holiday resort of Bodrum -- an image that suddenly appears to have made the plight of refugees from Syria and other places quite personal to many people, adding a certain nuance of 'that could be my child' to the ongoing crisis.
Each act then takes on the form of a different love story in which Hoffmann is the leading man.
Prior to his position at PayPal, Hoffmann spent 12 years at McKinsey & company in Brussels, Belgium, and Palo Alto, California, working with clients in the payments and telecommunications industries.
Hoffmann said, The bank has many opportunities to develop successfully on the Azerbaijani market.
On Wednesday Christopher Steele made a convincingly tortured, robustly sung Hoffmann, matched by an equally impressive Dean Robinson as the various villains of the piece.
Chantler's argument might be summarized, albeit in a grossly simplified form, as follows: if we would only read Hoffmann in light of Goethe's theories of the Urtypen and Herder's theories about Shakespeare, we would better understand Hoffmann's conception of organicism.
Although the rooms have most of their furniture, ceramics, glass and metalwork, much of it produced at the Wiener Werkstatte, of which Hoffmann was artistic director, the wall and floor coverings are often known only from archival black-and-white photographs.
Wattis," adds Hoffmann, "has been one of the few places in the US where there is a real visible investigation into curatorial practice.
A brilliant three-wicket burst by Paul Hoffmann had put the Scots in with a real shout of pulling off one of the biggest cricket shocks of all time.
Three years after he made the classic ballet movie ``The Red Shoes'' in 1948, director Michael Powell turned his attention to the lyrical Jacques Offenbach opera ``The Tales of Hoffmann.