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Mühlhausen

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(Placename) the German name for Mulhouse
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Bach's Principal Residences," contains eight chapters, each devoted to a town where Bach resided: Eisenach (1685-95), Ohrdruf (1695-1700), Luneburg (1700-1702), Arnstadt (1703-7), Muhlhausen (17078), Weimar (1703, 1708-17), Kothen (1717-23), and Leipzig (1723-50).
For Berger and others interested in post-apocalyptic discourses, the question becomes, "How do we speak about the unspeakable?" (23) This interest in the motivations of apocalypticism intertwines with a real concern for the violence waged both by those within apocalyptic movements (e.g., Thomas Muntzer and the Peasant's Revolt of Muhlhausen, Germany) and against apocalyptically minded communities (e.g., the U.S.
he HK Muhlhausen intends the old boiler house to fundamentally restructure and functional remodel.
However, as Goertz shows, Muntzer worked harmoniously with Simon Haferitz in Allstedt and Heinrich Pfeiffer in Muhlhausen, both of whom had preceded him as preachers of the Reformation in those localities.
David Muhlhausen, a criminal justice expert with the D.C.-based conservative think tank the Heritage Foundation, similarly noted that these items, while often helpful, aren't universally useful. "Not every school needs metal detectors," he added.
(1) Den materialistischen Orientierungen seines Vaters nachkommend, studierte Hermann Broch Textilmaschinenbau und -technologie an der Wiener Webschule und an der Spinn- und Webschule zu Muhlhausen im Elsass.
Muhlhausen, "Can Government Replicate Success?" National Affairs 19 (2014): 25-39.
Muhlhausen and Dan Lips, Head Start Earns an F: No Lasting Impact for Children by First Grade, Backgrounder No.
LINDA JOHNSTON MUHLHAUSEN earned an MA in English, Concentration in Creative Writing, with honors from Monmouth University and hosts a monthly poetry reading series in Red Bank, New Jersey.
Many of the wounded from Dieppe were sent to Stalag IX-C in Muhlhausen, Germany, and the medical orderlies acted as blood donors.
Author Muhlhausen, a research fellow at conservative think tank The Heritage Foundation, has testified to Congress on the effectiveness of federal social programs.
(13) Walter Muhlhausen, "'Hoch das Maienfest der Arbeit': Die Anfange der Maifeiern in Heidelberg und Bremen (1890-1914), Dokumentation zur Ausstellung in der Reichsprasident-Friedrich-Ebert-Gedenkstatte," in Udo Achten, Walter Muhlhausen and Klaus Schonhoven (eds.), Hoch das Maienfest der Arbeit!: Die Anfange der Maifeiern in Heidelberg und Bremen (1890-1914), eds.