Schneider


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Schnei·der

(shnī'dĕr),
C.V., German anatomist, 1614-1680. See: schneiderian membrane.

Schnei·der

(shnī'dĕr),
Franz C., German chemist, 1813-1897. See: Schneider carmine.

Schnei·der

(shnī'dĕr),
Kurt, German psychiatrist, 1887-1967.
References in classic literature ?
One was Schneider, mate of the Kincaid, and the other was a seaman named Schmidt.
"I think we can do it, Schmidt," Schneider was saying.
"She ought to pay us well to get her back to civilization," explained Schneider, "an' I tell you what I'll do.
He had a smattering of every tongue that is spoken upon the seas, and more than a few times had he sailed on English ships, so that he understood fairly well all that had passed between Schneider and Schmidt since he had stumbled upon them.
Hauptmann Fritz Schneider trudged wearily through the somber aisles of the dark forest.
There were no porters within reach of Hauptmann Schneider so he vented his Prussian spleen upon the askaris nearest at hand, yet with greater circumspection since these men bore loaded rifles--and the three white men were alone with them in the heart of Africa.
It was enough for Hauptmann Fritz Schneider to know that he was lost in the African wilderness and that he had at hand human beings less powerful than he who could be made to suffer by torture.
"I did not expect this," said he to his adjutant Schneider when the latter came in late that night.
"You should take some rest, your Serene Highness," replied Schneider.
I bet she's got a shot or two home by now if old Schneider's up to form.
Poor old Schneider! I bet he gave 'em something back!"
Historia Animalium : Schneider, 1812; Aubert and Wimmer, 1860, Dittmeyer, 1907.