Synonyms for gesucht or Related words with gesucht

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Examples of "gesucht"
Source of figures: Kurt W. Böhme - "Gesucht wird - Die dramatische Geschichte des Suchdienstes" Süddeutscher Verlag, München 1965 Page 275
Ideal Woman Sought (German:Ideale Frau gesucht) is a 1952 Austrian musical film directed by Franz Antel and starring Inge Egger, Jeanette Schultze and Waltraut Haas.
The all-girl popular music band Saphir was formed of the 2007-2010 winners of the talent show "KI.KA LIVE — Beste Stimme gesucht!" (Best Voice Wanted).
The 1990 "Lexikon des Internationalen Films" published by "film-dienst" qualifies "Kindermädchen für Papa gesucht" as an "exaggerated, expressionless farce built on proven mishmash criteria."
della Chiesa, B. (2010). Gute Gehirne gesucht! Von Neurowissenschaften, Lernen, Lehren, Medien, und Ethik (pp. 9-28). In: LERNtheoriEN - Protokoll 15/10. Rehburg-Loccum: Akademie Loccum.
Since 12 February 2012 the "Schwiegertochter gesucht" special "Jetzt sind die Frauen dran" ("Now it's the women's turn") is occasionally broadcast.
Kindermädchen für Papa gesucht is a 1957 West German comedy film directed by Hans Quest and written by Curth Flatow and Eckart Hachfeld. It stars Claus Biederstaedt, Susanne Cramer, and Gunther Philipp.
For the season beginning 2011/2012 Leischik changed to Sat.1. There she became the face of the new show "Julia Leischik sucht: Bitte melde dich" (en: Julia Leischik searching: "Please get in touch"). The network also presented two episodes of the series "Zeugen gesucht - mit Julia Leischik" (en: Witnesses sought - with Julia Leischik)
Mihaly started by contributing articles and poems to the magazine of the "Brotherhood of Wayfarers" around 1925. She then wrote her first novel, "Michael Arpad und sein Kind", a novel about a gypsy family. She wrote another novel in 1938, "Gesucht: Stepan Varesku". She wrote other books but only her World War I diary has been translated into English.
The premiere was on 26 July 1957 in the "Metro im Schwan" at Frankfurt am Main. Along with "Die Unschuld vom Lande" and " Einmal eine große Dame sein", " Kindermädchen für Papa gesucht" was one of CCC-Film's three comedies for the 1957/58 season. The film's hit song "Andrea" was sung by the Montecarlos.
Schwiegertochter gesucht (German: "Wanted: Daughter-in-law") is a German-language docusoap broadcast by RTL. It is produced by the Cologne-based company Warner Bros. International Television Production Deutschland GmbH and presented by Vera Int-Veen. The program was first broadcast on 5 April 2007 and its ninth season began on 23 August 2015.
Saphir (German for Sapphire) was an all-female teenage German pop group consisting of four girls. They all were winners of a Talent show "KI.KA LIVE - Beste Stimme gesucht!" (Best voice wanted) on the German TV-station KI.KA ("Der Kinderkanal" = "The Children's Channel"), owned and operated by ARD and ZDF, in the years from 2007 to 2010.
In 2009, he registered for the talent compeititon "Söhne gesucht" of Söhne Mannheims. As a winner of the talent competition, he performed in the summer of 2009 before 20,000 spectators at the Berlin Waldbühne, one of Europe's largest concert venues. Then he devoted himself entirely to his music. He received a recording contract with Sony Music and performed as an opening act for Silly on their 2010 tour.
His first solo release was the "Best of Mixtape" in 2003. One year later, Jonesmann produced a 7 track EP called "Gesucht, Gefunden" together with Pal One, where he first attempted to sing, instead of only rap. In the same year, Jonesmann was signed by Bozz Music and was featured on the sampler "BOZZ Music Vol. 1". After another mixtape at the end of 2004, "Macht, Käse, Flows, Cash" (Power, Cheese, Flows, Cash), his first solo album, "S.J.", and one more mixtape were released in mid-2006.
Int-Veen studied politics and German law in Munich. Later she worked in German television. From 1996 to 2006 Int-Veen became talk show host of TV programme "Vera am Mittag" on German broadcaster Sat 1. From 2000 to 2004 Int-Veen was guest in TV programme "Was bin ich?" on German broadcaster kabel eins. Since 2007 she workes for TV programme "Schwiegertochter gesucht" and "Helfer mit Herz" on RTL. Int-Veen wrote two books: „Essen Sie doch, was Sie wollen!“ in 2001 and children book „Pia und der Glückskäfer“ in 2002. Int-Veen lives with her friend in Potsdam.
Of the abovementioned sources, 2,000 were concerned with Czechoslovakia (including Sudetenland). Of those, only a faction included reliable numbers of killed Germans adding to about 6,000 confirmed deaths. The report cites an estimate by Kurt W. Böhme (1965): "Gesucht wird...", p. 264, according to whom 350.000 Germans were interned in camps, about 100,000 of whom died. From the sources, the 1974 report says that the numbers of the interned are likely to be higher, and refers to another study by A. Bohmann (1959): "Das Sudetendeutschtum in Zahlen", p. 199, presenting an estimate of up to one million internees. The report further states that from Czechoslovakia, relatively few Germans were deportated to the USSR.
His lengthy articles, such as "“Islam and Europe,”" (Die Zeit, February 20, 2003); "“Islam and Democracy,”" [“Desperately Seeking Europe,” London (Archetype Publications), 2003, pp. 198–210; Europa Leidenschaftlich Gesucht, München-Zürich, (Piper Verlag) 2003, pp. 210–224], "“İslam-Batı İlişkileri ve Bunun KEİ Ülkelerindeki Yansımaları”" (Chelovecheskiy Faktor: Obschestvo i Vlast, 2004-4), along with the extensive interviews he has given on the subjects of Islam, the West and secularism [for example, see “al-Ahram” (weekly), February 1–7, 2001] have had a deep impact in both the West and the Islamic world.
Together with German Pop Idol Alexander Klaws and German singer Jeanette Biedermann, Gounaki returned to television with the show "Beste Stimme gesucht" (Best voice wanted) on KI.KA, a German TV channel for children. The show scouted for children with a talent for singing. Gounaki also worked very closely with Jeanette Biedermann during her Bad Girls Club Tour 2006 as her voice coach. Her next TV project as vocal coach and a vocal-producer was a Swiss audition show called Musicstar in winter 2006/07 on SF1.
In 1949, when the postwar theater euphoria died down, Millowitsch focused on his television career and in 1949 his first television film ("Gesucht wird Majora", directed by Hermann Pfeiffer) was released. Many more were to follow. He did not content himself just transferring from one medium to the other, but brought the theater with him. On October 27, 1953, the Kölsch dialect play "Der Etappenhase" was broadcast on the Western regional channel WDR, the first live broadcast of a theatrical performance with real audience in German television history. Despite bitter criticism of the entry of low 'folk culture' into television by the director of the Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk, Adolf Grimme, it was an instant success. This remains one of Millowitsch's most popular plays and has been performed more than 1,000 times. "Der Etappenhase" was so popular that just six weeks later it was broadcast again, live from the "Volkstheater".
On his release he worked in a Bremen boat repair yard and resumed his (since 1933 illegal) work for the Communist Party. As war returned, he established a resistance network together with and Gustav Böhrnsen later became a mayor of Bremen, of three and five person groups, and connected with the Hamburg based Bästlein-Jacob-Abshagen Group. On 29 March 1943 Hans Neumann, Leo Drabant, his wife along with eight other resistance members were arrested by the Gestapo. On 13 October 1944 the special People's Court sentenced them all to death because they had "attempted to destroy the resistance of the German people with Communist Propaganda" (" „die Widerstandskraft des deutschen Volkes durch kommunistische Propaganda zu zersetzen gesucht“"). Drabent and Neumann were guillotined at the Brandenburg-Görden Prison on 20 November 1944.