Synonyms for annerose or Related words with annerose

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Examples of "annerose"
Annerose Fiedler, née Krumpholz (born 5 September 1951 in Lützensömmern) is a retired East German hurdler.
Annerose Schmidt (born 5 October 1936) is the professional name used by Annerose Boeck, a German pianist. She received official recognition as a concert pianist from what later became the East German state in 1948, which was the year of her twelfth birthday.
Some of the international personalities present were: Annerose Schmidt, François Joël Thiollier, Vladimir Spivakov, Emil Ceakarov, Isaac Karabtchiewisky and Herbert Kegel.
The song "Love Tap" was made into a short film by Rocky Schneck (later released on the video compilation Zabagabee) and featured Bill Paxton and Annerose Bucklers.
Though a matchless genius by all account, Reinhard's main flaw lies in the restriction of his emotions, as he opens his heart to two people only: his beloved sister Annerose and his closest friend and loyal companion Kircheis. Not even his wife Hildegard is allowed within. Annerose describes him as a star that shines brightly until it completely burns itself out; that the day Reinhard slows down his pace would be the dawn of his end.
Dr. Annerose was born in Dakar. He earned a PhD in Biology from the University of Paris XI, and is a member of the l'Académie des Sciences et Techniques du Sénégal (Senegalese Academy of Sciences and Technology). Dr. Annerose trained and worked as a plant scientist for 18 years, specifically on agricultural yields in arid and semi-arid areas and on mathematical models for predicting yields and anticipating food crises.
In 1985 she became a professor at the Hanns Eisler Music Academy in Berlin, serving as the (first female) rector of the academy between 1990 and 1995. Annerose Schmidt retired from her performing career on health grounds in 2006.
Annerose Schmidt is unusual among classical musicians in having made a genuinely quadraphonic recording. This involved Schumann's Kinderszenen (A-side) and the Brahms Piano Sonata Nr. 3 (B-side).
In 1953–58 Hugo Steurer taught at the University of Music and Theatre Leipzig. Later, he taught at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich. Among his pupils were or are Homero Francesch, Gerhard Oppitz, Heinz Rögner and Annerose Schmidt.
It is in a middle-class neighbourhood, into which Reinhard's family moves, that Reinhard meets Siegfried Kircheis, with whom he develops an intimate friendship. When his father was compelled to sell Annerose for money as a concubine of Emperor Friedrich IV, young Reinhard swears to put an end to the Goldenbaum Dynasty. His determination to avenge the corrupted society thereupon kindles.
Dr. Daniel Annerose is the CEO and founder of Manobi, a Senegalese business, which gathers data on current prices for locally sold commodities in and around Dakar, and then provides pricing information to farmers and other producers in Senegal via cell phone.
After Reinhard's coronation he is assigned as the leader of the military police. While preventing an assassination attempt against Kaiserine Hildegard and Crown Princess Annerose by the Terraist cult, he meets Marika von Freuerbach, a servant, whom he marries two years later. He is also promoted to Fleet Admiral after Reinhard’s death.
Annerose Boeck was born in Wittenberg, a town a short distance to the north of Leipzig which then as now was venerated for its association with Martin Luther. Her father was the director of the music school, and started teaching her the piano in 1941. She gave her first public concert in 1945, and in 1948 received a concert diploma and a professional permit as an officially recognised concert pianist in what was known, at that time, as the Soviet occupation zone. She gave the first of her Berlin Radio concert performances in 1949. After passing her School leaving exam (""Abitur"") Annerose Schmidt transferred to the Leipzig Music Academy where she studied between 1953 and 1957, and where she was taught by Hugo Steurer.
Within the Galactic Empire, based on mid 19th century Prussia, an ambitious military genius, Reinhard von Müsel, later conferred Reinhard von Lohengramm, is rising to power. He is driven by the desire to free his sister Annerose, who was taken by the Kaiser as a concubine. Later, he wants not only to end the corrupt Goldenbaum dynasty but also to defeat the Free Planets Alliance and to unify the whole galaxy under his rule.
Whatever the earlier relationship between mother and daughter, in February 2013, her 60-year-old mother, Annerose Zschäpe, told Focus that she thought her daughter was being prejudged and that her position was not being considered objectively. She said that part of a statement she had made to police was misrepresented in the press or taken out of context. There was a lot she would like to see put straight, but did not want to say more before the trial commenced.
Reinhard von Lohengramm, is one of the protagonists in the series along with Yang Wen-li. Nicknamed "The Golden Brat" by his foes and "The Golden Lion" by his supporters, he was born into a noble but poor family as "Reinhard von Müsel". As a child, he lived with his father and his older sister, Annerose. (He encountered his mother's death when he was still very young and thus his memories of her were very faint.)
Siegfried Kircheis, voiced by Masashi Hironaka, flagship Barbarossa. Is usually seen together with Reinhard. Even though Kircheis died very early in the series while protecting Reinhard, he serves as an important role in the series. Reinhard refer him by his last name Kircheis despite their close relationship because Reinhard thought the name Siegfried is too common and boring, while his sister Annerose refer him as Sieg. Kircheis is one of the two most important people in Reinhard's life. Not only does he offer his advice to Reinhard, but he is someone that helps him stay on the right path. Reinhard has always said that Kircheis is someone that can see someone virtuous even in a sewer, and has always had positive thinking no matter what the situation. Kircheis dislikes bloodshed, instead he would rather enemies surrender peacefully and will not pursue a retreating enemy for a kill. He is like Reinhard's shadow even though he is just as talented and intelligent, but Sieg is very satisfied and does not care for power or position, instead he would rather stay by Reinhard's side and protect him. 10 years before the start of the series, Kircheis made a promised Annerose to protect Reinhard and has faithfully kept it ever since. It is hinted that Kircheis is in love with Annerose and that the feeling was mutual, despite neither ever expressing it to each other (at least not shown in any media version). Throughout the series many character have expressed their feelings on how Reinhard might act differently had Kircheis stayed alive. Which often leads to fans believing that if Kircheis hadn't died so early he may have helped Reinhard become even more powerful and lessen his workload which may have prevented Reinhard's death and may even have ended the war more quickly.
As a military commander, Kircheis was given the highest praise by Yang, stating that Kircheis has no opening for him to take advantage of nor able to allowing him to retreat successfully. Yang also commented after the prisoner exchange that he is more fond of Kircheis (despite it being a quick meeting) than any of politicians in his own country. For the short time he was active in the novel, he was referred to as Reinhard's "Undefeatable Admiral" or as the "Red-hair Brat" by the high nobles. Kircheis earned the respect of all of Reinhard's other Admirals and effectively secured his place as the "Number 2" man in Lord Reinhard's ranks. Kind and handsome, he is described to have "flame-like" red hair. Kircheis and Lord Reinhard were inseparable as both friends and war comrades. During the first season, Lady Annerose told Kircheis that should Lord Reinhard one day stop listening to him, then he will walk down the path of self-destruction. His flagship Barbarossa was originally going to be a Brunhild class ship like Reinhard's but Kircheis decided that Brunhild should be in a class by its own and declined it in the novel. The ship's body is painted in red in reference to his "flame-like" hair. It is also the only ship in series that was never damaged, and according to the databooks, it was decommissioned after Kircheis's death and awarded the spot of Dock 02, docked right next to Brunhild as memento. Despite various posthumous titles given to him by Reinhard, on his tombstone there was only an engraving of his name and phrase "My friend".