Wilhelm


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Wil·helm

 (vĭl′hĕlm) also Wil·liam (wĭl′yəm) 1882-1951.
Crown prince of Germany and of Prussia. The son of Kaiser Wilhelm II, he commanded troops in the Battle of Verdun (1916) and renounced the crown at the close of World War I.
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It must needs be a disappointment after Wilhelm Meister, which I had read in English; but I dare say my disappointment was largely my own fault; I had certainly no right to expect such constant proofs and instances of wisdom in Goethe as the unwisdom of his critics had led me to hope for.
The stranger called--"Wilhelm!" A young serving-man came, and the stranger said to him:
Besides other things he had translated and published Wilhelm Meister, a story by the great German poet, Goethe.
Herr Captain Wilhelm von Heumann, if you look in the list.
"Your Majesty had not spoken before I was aware that I was addressing Wilhelm Gottsreich Sigismond von Ormstein, Grand Duke of Cassel-Felstein, and hereditary King of Bohemia."
Gale Wilhelm's We Too Are Drifting, published in 1935, not only features the "new" androgynous heroine, but is much more modernist in style.
Wilhelm's male character, Kletkin, with his larger body and heterosexist masculinity, resembles Hemingway's public persona.
Studies of adults have shown that sleeping after learning supports the long-term storage of the material learned, says Dr Wilhelm. During sleep, memory is turned into a form that makes future learning easier; implicit knowledge becomes explicit and therefore becomes more easily transferred to other areas.
Weintraub noted that Wilhelm had no felony convictions before he pleaded guilty to the federal charge.
Wilhelm Christ's innovation and Green technology spirit will remain in our company and in the industry worldwide,"concluded, Ms.
Wilhelm did most of the collecting with the magnificent Rigby Mauser leaning against the silverback in the photo.
Now, a cache of long-hidden letters suggests that the bizarre treatments the young Wilhelm would undergo in an attempt to 'correct' his disability would have a serious impact on his relationship with both his mother and her country.