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Examples of "immler"
Christian Immler characterizes TuneUp Utilities as a classic amongst tuning tools.
Ferdinand "Fred" Immler (December 10, 1880 – February 20, 1965) was a German stage and film actor.
Lux, King of Criminals (German: Lux, der König der Verbrecher) is a 1929 German silent film directed by Edmund Heuberger and starring Carl Auen, Paul Michelo Kramer and Fred Immler.
Love Is the Power of Women (German:Die Liebe ist der Frauen Macht) is a 1924 German silent film directed by Erich Engel and Georg Bluen and starring Fern Andra, Henri Peters-Arnolds and Fred Immler.
Fred Immler retired from acting in 1935 and worked primarily as a dispatcher for a production company until the end of World War II. His last film appearance was in the 1935 film "Der blaue Diamant" (English: "The Blue Diamond"). After the war he retired to his hometown of Coburg.
The Sorrow is an Austrian extreme metal band from Vorarlberg. They were formed in 2005 by Mathias Schlegl and Andreas Mäser from the band Disconnected and Dominik Immler and Tobias Schädler from the band Distance. In 2006, they signed a recording contract with Drakkar Records, and in 2007 released their debut album "Blessings from a Blackened Sky".
In more recent times the 2000 City of London Festival included a concert performance of the work at the Mansion House, using materials reconstructed from an autograph score dating from Offenbach's lifetime, possibly for a putative French staging. The cast included Sally Bruce-Payne in the title rôle, Constance Hauman, Nerys Jones, Christian Immler and Kevin West; the conductor was Cem Mansur and narrator John Suchet.
NASA's Swift Gamma-Ray Burst Mission satellite was monitoring Comet Lulin as it closed to 63 Gm of Earth. For the first time, astronomers can see simultaneous UV and X-ray images of a comet. "The solar wind -- a fast-moving stream of particles from the sun -- interacts with the comet's broader cloud of atoms. This causes the solar wind to light up with X-rays, and that's what Swift's XRT sees", said Stefan Immler, of the Goddard Space Flight Center. This interaction, called charge exchange, results in X-rays from most comets when they pass within about three times Earth's distance from the sun. Because Lulin is so active, its atomic cloud is especially dense. As a result, the X-ray-emitting region extends far sunward of the comet.
In 1912, Immler made the transition to the medium of motion pictures and appeared opposite the Danish actress Asta Nielsen in several roles between 1912-15, all directed by Nielsen's husband Urban Gad. At the outbreak of World War I, he enlisted in the German military. He returned to film in 1919, and starred in the Ernst Lubitsch-directed, Hanns Kräly-penned costume-drama "Madame Du Barry" opposite Pola Negri and Emil Jannings. One of his best recalled films of the early 1920s was in the 1921 Ernst Lubitsch-directed drama "Vendetta", once more opposite Pola Negri. In 1929 he appeared with Marlene Dietrich and Fritz Kortner in the Maurice Tourneur-directed film adaption of the Franzos Keremen novel "Das Schiff der verlorenen Menschen" ("The Ship of Lost Men").
NASA's Swift Gamma-Ray Burst Mission satellite was monitoring Comet Lulin as it closed to 63 Gm of Earth. For the first time, astronomers can see simultaneous UV and X-ray images of a comet. "The solar wind—a fast-moving stream of particles from the sun—interacts with the comet's broader cloud of atoms. This causes the solar wind to light up with X-rays, and that's what Swift's XRT sees", said Stefan Immler, of the Goddard Space Flight Center. This interaction, called charge exchange, results in X-rays from most comets when they pass within about three times Earth's distance from the Sun. Because Lulin is so active, its atomic cloud is especially dense. As a result, the X-ray-emitting region extends far sunward of the comet.
During World War I Kastner avoided military service, assessed as unfit for service due to his prior injury while serving before the war's outbreak. Discovered by Danish film actress Asta Nielsen, he made his film debut opposite her in the 1914 Urban Gad-directed comedy short "Engelein" (Little Angel), with Fred Immler and Hanns Kräly. He followed the success of this film with the sequel "Engeleins Hochzeit" (Little Angel's Wedding) in 1916. In the interim, Kastner quickly became a matinee idol in Germany, especially popular with female fans. The German press commented on Kastner's rise to stardom and how vexed postmen were having to transport love letters from fans to Kastner in laundry baskets. Kastner cemented his romantic image by appearing as the ardent suitor to popular actress Dorrit Weixler in a number of films of the era. Male filmgoers were less fond of Kastner's image of a handsome dandy and gave him the nickname "Kleiderbügel" ("coat hanger") - a reference to his slim build and fashionable wardrobe.