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Strass·burg

(strahs'būrg),
Gustav A., 19th-century German physiologist. See: Strassburg test.
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(10.) Adolph Seyboth, Das alte Strassburg: Geschichtliche Topographie (Strasbourg, 1890), 203.
The Halm's children were Eric Adolphus Halm (born Strassburg 25 May 1895; who married Grace Lydia Dyer and had two daughters as well as a son who died as a baby), Florence Stella (Born in Edinburgh 15 May 1897) and Violet Jessie (married Parker), born in Edinburgh 6 April 1902.
Sollte man die ernsthaftere Ideenwirkung betrachten, so musste das Jahr 1769 erwahnen, als Goethe Herder, dem damaligen Vorkampfer des "Sturm und Drang"--und im beruhmten Manuskript auch den Rousseauschen Ideen--in Strassburg begegnete.
Born in Strassburg, Germany, the son of Jewish mother, Anna Kuhn, and Albrecht Bethe, a physician, known for his work in neurophysiology, Hans began his studies in physics at the University of Frankfurt.
Gottfried von Strassburg wrote which poem Earl of Arundel better known?
Gottfried von Strassburg wrote which poem which in turn inspired a Wagner opera?
Ten students will receive honors diplomas: Halley Balkovich, Andrea Coffee, Shelby Harvey, Paige Harwood, Austin Hodgin, Janne Keskinen, Robert Lopez, Mekayla Means-Brous, Anne Strassburg and Cheyanne Tillery.
Thus, Dorothea Wendebourg's study on the memorial aspect of the Lord's Supper in key reformers, for example, or Thomas Kaufmann's detailed study on the Strassburg theologians and the Lord's Supper, are missing.
Among the contributions are an analysis of the role of politics and power in Gottfried von Strassburg's Tristan, the shift of power from Gian Galeazzo Visconti to the cathedral fabric in 14th-century Milan, the notion of sovereignty in two 14th-century Arthurian romances, aspects of legal language during the time of Elizabeth I, and applications in English law from the miracles of the Virgin in the Legend of Theophilus.
Most of the second half of the book is devoted to two long chapters on place and space in various versions of the legend of Tristan and Iseult (Eilart yon Oberg and Gottfried von Strassburg in German; Beroul and Thomas in French; 179-284).