Synonyms for einfachen or Related words with einfachen
Examples of "einfachen"
From December 2013 – April 2014, the Tal Museum Engelberg staged an exhibition of Pater Karl's black and white photographs of the Engelberg mountain world and its people titled "Die Schönheit des
[The Beauty of Simplicity]".
2. Philipp Bozzini, "Der Lichtleiter oder die Beschreibung einer
Vorrichtung und ihrer Anwendung zur Erleuchtung innerer Höhlen und Zwischenräume des lebenden animalischen Körpers" [The light conductor, or description of a simple instrument and its use for illuminating inner cavities and intersticies of the living animal body] (Weimar, (Germany): Industrie Comptoirs, 1807).
Ullmannite was named for German chemist and mineralogist, Johann Christoph Ullmann (1771–1821), one of the fathers of systematic mineralogy. Ullmann established a mineral collection (now the basis for the internationally renowned Museum of Mineralogy in Marburg )and authored "Ein Systematisch-Tabellarische Übersicht der Mineralogisch
Fossilien", one of the first attempts to provide a structured organization to the observed minerals of the day.
6: As stated by Von Morlot (1847 A, p. 310): "Ja, sagt Haidinger, unter dem
Luftdruck und bei gewöhnlicher Temperatur geschieht das auch in der Natur, wie es die Pseudomorphosen von Kalkspath nach Dolomit zeigen, die Rauchwacke sogar, die jetzt Kalkstein ist, war früher Dolomit."
Job () is a 1930 novel by the Austrian writer Joseph Roth. It has the subtitle "The Story of a Simple Man" ("Roman eines
Mannes"). It tells the story of an orthodox Jew whose faith is weakened when he moves from Tsarist Russia to New York City. The story is based on the Book of Job.
After a stint teaching at the University he worked in military hospitals in Náchod and Prague. While he taught botany at the university he became librarian and curator of the collections of the Princess Kinsky. In this period he published the "Tentamen florae bohemicae" of which only the two first volumes got published; "Expositio generalis anatomica organi auditus per classes animalium", and "Systematischer Überblick der Reihenfolge der
From 1968-1970 he conducted research for the National Geodetic Survey in Rockville, Maryland. His work included development of Earth's gravity field models by the method of "Potential der
Schicht" (single density layer). From 1970-1978 he was an applied Professor at Institut für Theoretische Geodäsie, University of Bonn and conducted lectures in astronomical and physical geodesy, including geoid determination by satellite geodesy and DTMs.
As a result of the conflict with Arends, Roller decided to develop his own shorthand system which he published under the title "Vollständiger Leitfaden einer
, in wenigen Stunden erlernbaren Stenographie für den Schul-, Korrespondenz- und parlamentarischen Gebrauch" (complete instructions to a simple, in a few hours learnable stenographic system for school, correspondence and parliament usage) on 1 October 1875. The book was published in 24 editions between 1875 and 1898. Roller made frequent adjustments to the system in the following years.
He carried out extensive research on crystals and minerals, and also on rocks. von Groth published "Tabellarische Übersicht der
Mineralien" (1874-1898) and "Physikalische Krystallographie" (1876-1895, ed. 4, 1905), the latter of which was influential with the acceptance of crystallographic methods in the field of organic chemistry. In 1877 he founded the journal "Zeitschrift für Krystallographie und Mineralogie", and subsequently served as its editor until 1920. In 1883, Groth compiled a monumental five-volume collection entitled "Chemische Kristallographie," which contained crystalline morphology and physical property data on thousands of substances.
Bach published two treatises on art: "Umrisse der Besten Köpfe und Parthien nach Rafael's Gemälden im Vatican" and "Anweisung Schöne Formen nach Einer
Regel zu' Bilden, für Künstler, Handwerker, und Freunde des Schönen". Bach made use of the etching-needle and in his paintings he chose historical subjects, portraits, animals and many allegorical themes, all conceived in the spirit of the epoch. Though not a very important figure in the world of art, he helped encourage fellow-artists in Germany, and promoted instruction in drawing, handicraft, etc. Bach died a Christian proselyte.
The cornamuse is a double reed instrument dating from the Renaissance period. It is similar to the crumhorn in having a windcap over the reed and cylindrical bore. In "Syntagma musicum" II (1619), Michael Praetorius writes: "Die CornaMuse sind gleich aus/und nicht mit doppelten/sondern mit einer
Röhre/gleich den Bassanelli" ("The cornamuse are similar to/and do not have a double, but rather a single tube (bore)/like the bassanelli".) This statement differentiates it from double bore instruments of the period like the sordun, kortholt and curtal. Praetorius unfortunately did not include a woodcut of the cornamuse, but his depiction of the bassanello has a single bore and double reed. An additional clue, however, to the appearance of the cornamuse is given in his description of the schryari: ("They...are nearly the same as the cornamuse in size and appearance".) Assertions by some modern writers about the cornamuse having a single reed stem from the misreading of "Röhre" (pipe, tube, duct, canal) as "Rohr" (reed).
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