Auszug

Aus´zug`

    (ous´tsŌk)
n.1.See Army organization, Switzerland.
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Die E[pounds sterling]-Wagen verfE-gen E-ber einen linksseitigen Auszug.
Bryophyllum pinnatum: Praanalylik von wassrigem Auszug Press-saft und Urtinktur.
Historical Phonolgy of Old Indo-Aryan Consonants" (Tokio 2004), aus der der Vortrag einen Auszug wiedergibt, uberholt.
Whereas Baxendall familiarised readers with the German term Auszug to denote the typically German carved structure surmounting an altarpiece, the English word 'tower' used here seems inappropriate and confusing.
Among the extensively used Wolffian textbooks were the Auszug aus den Anfangsgrunden aller mathematischen Wissenschaften fur die Anfanger auf Schulen of 1717 by Wolff, which received ninety-five citations, Tubingen's Heinrich Clemms's Erste Grunde aller mathematischen Wissenschaften of 1759, fifty-five, and Konigsberger Johann Schultz's Anfangsgrunde der reinen Mathesis of 1790, thirty.
Rothe, Auszug aus Volney's Reise nach Egypten (Dresden: Gerlach, 1799; Dresden: Beyer, 1810).
Ein Wort zur Verstandigung (Mainz: Kirchheim, 1897); later also Iterum Distinguo: Nachtrag zu den drei ersten Auflagen und Auszug aus der 4.
Especially important among these were the several editions of Karl Ploetz's Auszug aus der alten, mittleren, und neuren Geschichte (1869) and the numerous editions of its descendent, William Langer's An Encyclopedia of World History (1940).
In accordance with the understanding of logic that prevailed during the eighteenth century, Meier's Vernunftlehre and its abridgment for courses, the Auszug aus der Vernunftlehre, both published in 1752, are at the same time and especially an introduction to the whole of philosophy.