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 (frē′drĭk, -drĭKH), Caspar David 1774-1840.
German painter noted for his sensitive depictions of romantic landscapes, such as The Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog (1818).
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Friedrich

(German ˈfriːdrɪç)
n
(Biography) Caspar David (ˈkaspar ˈdaːfɪt). 1774–1840, German romantic landscape painter, noted for his skill in rendering changing effects of light
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Zarathustra, then,--this shadowy, allegorical personality, speaking in allegories and parables, and at times not even refraining from relating his own dreams--is a figure we can understand but very imperfectly if we have no knowledge of his creator and counterpart, Friedrich Nietzsche; and it were therefore well, previous to our study of the more abstruse parts of this book, if we were to turn to some authoritative book on Nietzsche's life and works and to read all that is there said on the subject.
"It appears," he went on, with eager interest, "that Friedrich was not, after all, the person chiefly responsible for the partition of Poland.
It is one he values much, and I've often admired it, set up in the place of honor with his German Bible, Plato, Homer, and Milton, so you may imagine how I felt when he brought it down, without its cover, and showed me my own name in it, "from my friend Friedrich Bhaer".
I hated Baron Friedrich von Schoenvorts with such utter intensity that the emotion thrilled me with a species of exaltation.
Poole Harbour was dry, which led her to praise the absence of muddy foreshore at Friedrich Wilhelms Bad, Rugen, where beech-trees hang over the tideless Baltic, and cows may contemplate the brine.
On the other hand, if wage slavery were abolished, and I could earn some spare money without paying tribute to an exploiting capitalist, then there would be a magazine for the purpose of interpreting and popularizing the gospel of Friedrich Nietzsche, the prophet of Evolution, and also of Horace Fletcher, the inventor of the noble science of clean eating; and incidentally, perhaps, for the discouraging of long skirts, and the scientific breeding of men and women, and the establishing of divorce by mutual consent."
They told them of the infamous act of Baron Friedrich von Schoenvorts and his German crew who had stolen the U-33, breaking their parole, and steaming away toward the subterranean opening through the barrier cliffs that carried the waters of the inland sea into the open Pacific beyond; and of the cowardly shelling of the fort.
The firm said that it has hired Kai Friedrich, a senior German banker, for the role.
Kiev-born Jewish author Friedrich Gorenstein first wrote this telling portrait of Soviet anti-Semitism in 1967, but it was unpublished for many years due to the oppressions of the Stalinist regime.
Speaking at a function held here in connection with the 60-year celebrations of Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, a Germany based organization, he said the Ministry of Education had collaboration with Germany in skills development of the youth.