Max Muller

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Max Müller

(German maks ˈmylər)
(Biography) See Müller1
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Noun1.Max Müller - British philologist (born in Germany) who specialized in Sanskrit (1823-1900)Max Muller - British philologist (born in Germany) who specialized in Sanskrit (1823-1900)
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Robert Yelle's interesting short paper on "Punishing Puns" compares classical Hindu and more recent British academic theories of etymologyzing (e.g., in Max Muller).
Not used: Dan Nizic, Patrick Brough, Adam Campbell, Mitchell Lund, Max Muller.
The Shrimps have doubts over Kevin Ellison (hamstring) and Steve Old (knee), while Max Muller will miss out.
However, the visitors did find their way into the County box after a neat passing move but Max Muller failed to really test Joe Day when well placed.
Devastating criticism by Max Muller, a professor of language at Oxford, and similar criticism in France and Germany did little to damage Darwin's reputation.
Hardy--to analyze the cross-cultural engagements of Max Muller, James Legge, and the Chinese Union Version of the Bible.
Max Muller puts the date for Rig Veda to be around 1500 BC, while Bal Gangadhar Tilak, based on astronomical alignments, puts the period to around 8000- 10000 BC and Yakobi puts it to be around 5000 BC," Ramesh Bhardwaj, head of the Sanskrit department, told M AIL T ODAY .
Panini Verlags GmbH, Max Muller, Director Publishing & Merchandising, 49 711 94768 819,, P.
Even, the distinguished German scholar and Indologist, Friedrich Max Muller, was overwhelmed by the spiritual bonding that he discovered in Indians, hailing from manifold caste and creed.