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 (rōs-vē′tä) also Hrot·svi·tha (hrōt-svē′tä) c. 935-c. 1000.
German nun and poet whose dialogues, modeled on ancient Roman plays, represent an early stage in the revival of European drama.
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Peacefully at home on 24th November 2015, aged 74 years, beloved husband of Roswitha, devoted father of Derek, much loved grandad of Lewis.
Bob leaves wife Roswitha and two sons, Jared of Nashville, TN and Jeremy of Addison, TX.
VALIE EXPORT, quoted in Roswitha Mueller, Valle Export: Fragments of the Imagination (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1994), 5.
Seated are Olivia Haludilu from the University of Namibia, mentor Roswitha Kandjii from Anpris Enterprise and a Swiss exchange student, Eveliene Dbhring, who attended as observer.
Dr Roswitha Prohaska, also a diving and hyperbaric medicine consultant, explained that the participants were made to go through a clinical examination to assess their medical fitness.
We thank all the laboratories who took part in the study and Roswitha Kleiber and Christine Hanker-Dusel for technical assistance.
8) See Clovis Moura's "Foreword" to Paulo Colina's Plano de Voo (Sao Paulo: Roswitha Kempf, 1984), 7-8.
We also thank Wolfgang and Roswitha Wiltschko for discussing the interpretation of our experimental findings.
I dedicate this piece to the many courageous writers we have lost over the years, including Desiree Isak, Seriane Eichas, Roswitha Mushova-Ndumba, Floria
Survivors include his wife; a son, Christian of Washington; three daughters, Brigitte Lawrence of Salem, Heidi von Ravensberg of Eugene and Roswitha "Zetta" Filler of Lodi; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
On April 4, 1984, a concert in the series Forum de la creation 1983-1984 was dedicated to the "URSS Avant-Garde" and featured the soprano Roswitha Trexler.