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Hochheimer

(ˈhɒkˌhaɪmə; German ˈhoːxhaimər)
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(Brewing) a German white wine from the area around Hochheim near Mainz. Also called: Hochheim
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Over time, the putative prewar view hardened into evocative shorthand as the "hypodermic needle" or "magic bullet" theory (Chaffee & Hochheimer, 1985; Lubken, 2008; Pooley, 2006a, 2006b; Sproule, 1989).
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Such findings confirm the thoughts and works of others such as Bauer (1964); Chaffee and Hochheimer (1982); DeFleur and Ball-Rokeach (1989); Burton (2005), etc.
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25) See support for Blockade in advertisement in the New York Times, 17 June 1938, and review by Rita Hochheimer, Film Survey, special issue no.