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Buchner

(German ˈbuːxnər)
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(Biography) Eduard (ˈeːduart). 1860–1917, German chemist who demonstrated that alcoholic fermentation is due to enzymes in the yeast: Nobel prize for chemistry 1907

Büchner

(German ˈbyːçnər)
n
(Biography) Georg (ˈɡeːɔrk). 1813–37, German dramatist; regarded as a forerunner of the Expressionists: author of Danton's Death (1835) and Woyzeck (1837)

Büch•ner

(ˈbüx nɛr, ˈbʊk nər)
n.
Georg, 1813–37, German playwright.
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Synergy Learning's CEO Dr Alex Buchner said the teaching aids would allow students to gain a recognised qualification.
I would suggest that Eliot is closer to and possibly owes more to, another German author in whom she was interested: Georg Buchner, who was decidedy anti-Schillerian (see the article on a 'Shared Theme in Eliot and Buchner' by Sheila Stern in MLR, 96 (2001): 1-13).
Linda Kim Director Junior Alexander Flares Doctor Robert Glaudini Gary Stephen Adly Guirgis John Jason Manuel Olazabel Jose Solo John Ortiz Charlie Richard Petrocelli Nikki, Receptionist Portia Vivian Judy Reyes On paper, the idea of a fresh take on Georg Buchner's "Woyzeck," moving the story to the mean streets of New York post-9/11, is an intriguing one.
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Through a highly impressionistic analysis of the short voy ages of William Wordsworth, Friedric Buchner, Rainer Maria Rilke, and others, Ranciere argues that these writers' conceptions of the people "mark the quest for a place and the scansion of its absence" (5).
Good varieties include `Charles Joly', which produces deep purple-red flowers, `Maud Notcutt', for a more subtle white hue, `Madame Antoine Buchner', which produces pink-mauve flowers and `Souvenir de Louis Spaeth', which has deep red blooms.
THE redoubtable Firenze Guidi completes her trilogy of classic European plays as artistic director of the National Youth Theatre of Wales with a bilingual adaptation of a work most of us would possibly have heard of but never seen - Georg Buchner's bizarre study of love, madness and murder, Woyzeck.
vulgaris Katherine Havemeyer, which produces double-flowered lavender blooms, Madame Antoine Buchner which bears pink- mauve flowers or Souvenir de Louis Spaeth, for wine-red flowers.
vulgaris Katherine Havemeyer, which produces double-flowered lavender blooms, Madame Antoine Buchner. which bears pinkmauve flowers, or Souvenir de Louis Spaeth, for wine-red flowers.
Despite his reputation for hyperintellectual preoccupations (Graham's work has cleverly eulogized and refrained such formidable figures as Wagner, Buchner, and Freud), the artist claims that this latest film was intuitive and aleatory.
Several orphan girls with Herr Buchner [a teacher] told the house father and mother this, but they became angry and said that those who did not want to eat their food could leave it.