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 (o͞o′länt′), Johann Ludwig 1787-1862.
German romantic poet known for his lyrical ballads and plays, including Ludwig the Bavarian (1819).


(German ˈuːlant)
(Biography) Johann Ludwig (joˈhan ˈluːtvɪç). 1787–1862, German romantic poet, esp of lyrics and ballads



Johann Ludwig, 1787–1862, German writer.
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Noun1.Uhland - German romantic poet (1787-1862)
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I did not give up trying to read, as usual, and part of my endeavor that winter was with Schiller, and Uhland, and even Goethe, whose 'Wahlverwandschaften,' hardly yielded up its mystery to me.
The short Uhland poem unfolds as a series of questions and answers.
(7.) Tusevljak, N., Dutil, L., Raji, A., Uhland, F.C., McClure, C., St-Hilaire, S., Reid-Smith, R.J., Mcewen, S.A.
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Cada subarea foi dividida em tres parcelas (consideradas repeticoes) e em cada parcela foram retiradas amostras deformadas por meio de enxada desinfestada com agua e alcool, e indeformadas por meio de anel de Uhland. Em cada parcela, foi retirada uma amostra composta por tres amostras simples de solo (contendo raizes), a qual ocorreu no final do verao de 2009.
Finally, a Chandos reissue brings us Elgar's early cantata The Black Knight, derived from Uhland through Longfellow (a Gothic tale with similarities to Mahler's Das Klagende Lied and Schoenberg's Gurrelieder), and a wonderful presage of the composer's expertise in writing for the orchestra.
Vicky Uhland is a freelance writer and editor in Lafayette, Colorado.
* Suelo: se tomaron dos datos a) para el analisis de materia organica, una muestra de suelo 500 g en un rango de profundidad de 0.30 m en la zona seca y borde, hasta 1.20 m en la zona mas humeda hacia el centro del humedal (Figura 2), b) para la densidad aparente se tomaron dos submuestras de 100 [cm.sup.3] cada una, utilizando el metodo del cilindro de volumen conocido (MacDicken, 1997; Garcia & Cedeno, 2012), con un "muestreador cilindrico tipo Uhland".