Lutzen


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Lützen

(German ˈlytsən)
n
(Placename) a town near Leipzig in E Germany, in Saxony; site of a battle (1632) in the Thirty Years' War in which the army of the Holy Roman Empire under Wallenstein was defeated by the Swedes under Gustavus Adolphus, who died in the battle
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Noun1.Lützen - a battle in the Thirty Years' War (1632)Lutzen - a battle in the Thirty Years' War (1632); Swedes under Gustavus Adolphus defeated the Holy Roman Empire under Wallenstein; Gustavus Adolphus was killed
Thirty Years' War - a series of conflicts (1618-1648) between Protestants and Catholics starting in Germany and spreading until France and Denmark and Sweden were opposing the Holy Roman Empire and Spain
Deutschland, FRG, Germany, Federal Republic of Germany - a republic in central Europe; split into East Germany and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990
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In the Harleian Miscellanies there is an account of the battle of Lutzen which deserves to be read.
Whole nations fought against nations in tremendous battles, at Dresden, Lutzen, and Bautzen, and then it was that France showed extraordinary heroism, for you must all of you bear in mind that in those times a stout grenadier only lasted six months.
Other studies emphasize how the intense, time-coordinated, and technological environment of outpatient hemodialysis facilities may culminate in the use of blocking strategies by nurses and the subsequent dehumanization of patients (Hagren, Pettersen, Severinsson, Lutzen, & Clyne, 2001; Nagle, 1998; Rittman et al.
Of course, Harnmerschmidt's dedication refers to victories in the plural, which certainly could also include Leignitz and probably also Lutzen in 1632.
Raghavendra K, Sriram C, Frances M, Donald W and Karl Lutzen (2012).
Bivalves are known to have a multitude of lifestyles: free-living (Morton, 1973; Lutzen & Nielsen, 2005), commensal (Goto, Hamamura, & Kato, 2007), mutualist (Mokady, Loya, & Lazar, 1998), epizoic (Villegas et al.
Lydiane Agier, (1) * Lutzen Portengen, (2) * Marc Chadeau-Hyam, (3) Xavier Basagana, (4,5,6) Lise Giorgis-Allemand, (1) Valerie Siroux, (1) Oliver Robinson, (4,5,6) Jelle Vlaanderen, (2) Juan R.
Lutzen K, Dahlqvist V, Eriksson S, Norberg A (2006) Developing the concept of moral sensitivity in health care practice.
The results also reflected that as age increased so did open-mindedness and pro-integration attitudes toward mentally ill individuals (Ewalds-Kvist, Hogberg and Lutzen, 2012).
Entre mayor sentido de significado tenga la paciente con cancer de mama, presentara mayor cohesion social y psicologica y mayor ajuste emocional (Ramfelt, Severinsson & Lutzen, 2002; Schnoll, Knowles & Harlow, 2002).
Finally, we acknowledge the assistance of Lutzen Portengen, Virissa Lenters, and Nahid Mostafavi in the statistical analysis, and the useful discussions with Jan Dahl.