Synonyms for schmiedel or Related words with schmiedel

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Examples of "schmiedel"
Schmiedel is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Steiner's branch of Goethean Science was extended by Oskar Schmiedel and Wilhelm Pelikan, who did research using Steiner's interpretations.
Juliana Agnesa Jauch (1673–1712) married Baron () Johann Rudolf von Schmiedel, Saxon district governor () and councillor of the board of domains (), their son being Baron Franz Rudolf von Schmiedel, Lord Steward of the Household () of the extravagant Ernest Augustus I, Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach.
Oskar Schmiedel (born in Vienna 30 October 1887—died in Schwäbisch Gmünd 27 December 1959) was a pharmacist, anthroposophist, therapist, Goethean scientist and theosophist.
Paulina Schmiedel (born 29 May 1993) is a German swimmer. She competed in the women's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay event at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
From 1935 onwards Oskar Schmiedel had to give more time to the German Weleda, together with Wilhelm Pelikan, Fritz Goette and Arthur von Zabern. He moved to Stuttgart and later to Schwäbisch Gmünd. After the war Oskar Schmiedel worked on the establishment and development of a number of firms abroad, doing so in Austria in 1949, where he also explored the places where Rudolf Steiner had lived when young.
The outlying centre of Schmiedel is the cradle of the Schmiedel children’s and youth home ("Verein der Schmiedelanstalten e.V."), a charitable institution for youth welfare. On the property are also found a short-term care facility, which is an outpost of the Evangelical "Dr. Theodor-Fricke Alten- und Pflegeheim" (nursing and seniors’ home) in Simmern, and the social-paediatric centre of the deaconry of Kreuznach.
Nannhausen has one outlying centre, or "Ortsteil", named Nickweiler, and also belonging to the municipality are the Kauerhof (farm) and the Kauermühle (mill) west of the village, and the Schmiedel to the east.
Schmiedel was the author of "The Johannine Writings" (translated into English in 1908) and an 1894 revision of Georg Benedikt Winer's "Grammatik des neutestamentlichen Sprachidioms". He also made important contributions to the "Encyclopaedia Biblica".
Paul Wilhelm Schmiedel (December 22, 1851 – April 10, 1935) was a German theologian and professor of New Testament exegesis born in Zaukeroda (Zauckerode, now a part of Freital, Saxony) near Dresden.
As a result of the increasing neglect and deprivation of parts of the population in Germany during the era of industrialization, an Inner Mission association was founded at the initiative of the Simmern pastor, and later superintendent, Julius Reuss, in Simmern, with the aim of building a rescue centre in the Hunsrück for children living in poverty. In 1851, an area between Simmern and Nannhausen, the "Schmiedel" was acquired. There, the first building was erected as a "mother house" ("Mutterhaus" or "domus materna"), which was opened on 13 September 1851 for a householder and twelve boys. Even today, the head offices of the "Schmiedel" organisation remain on the site.
The founding of the so-called "Schmiedelanstalten" (roughly “Swamp Institutions” – named for this wetland area, “Auf dem Schmiedel”, where they were originally found) goes back to Johann Wichern’s ideas about saving troubled youth. His ideas were brought to the Hunsrück in 1848 by the Simmern clergyman Julius Reuß.
The criterion of embarrassment is a long-standing tool of New Testament research. The phrase was used by John P. Meier in his book "A Marginal Jew"; he attributed it to Edward Schillebeeckx, who does not appear to have actually used the term. The earliest usage of the approach was possibly by Paul Wilhelm Schmiedel in the "Encyclopaedia Biblica" (1899).
July 1927 he started to work at the Weleda pharmaceutical works in Schwäbisch Gmünd. The firm was then still in its beginning. He set up ampoule production. Together with Schmiedel, Pelikan and Spiess he was one of the original workers in pharmacy at the Weleda.
In 1965 Victor Gollancz Limited published a wide-ranging collection of articles which had appeared in the magazine during the first 15 years, with alongside those by regular "Opera" contributors, articles by Benjamin Britten, Sylvia Fisher, Magda Olivero, Helga Pilarczyk, Dennis Arundell, Osbert Lancaster, Joan Cross, Gottfried Schmiedel and Erwin Stein.
Bar Kokhba is a double album by John Zorn, recorded between 1994 and 1996. It features music from Zorn's "Masada" project, rearranged for small ensembles. It also features the original soundtrack from THE ART OF REMEMBRANCE - SIMON WIESENTHAL, a film by Hannah Heer and Werner Schmiedel (1994/95).
1920 he heard Steiner in a lecture in Basel say he hoped to speak on the subject of medicine to the members of the medical professin one day. Schmiedel took the initiative and organized a course called the "Spiritual Science and Medicine/Introducing Anthroposophical Medicine" course given to 40 mainly homeopathic physicians in Dornach.
But Drews had some quality supporters, like the famous Orientalist Peter Jensen. Coincidentally, M. M. Mangasarian also published in 1909 "The Truth About Jesus, Is He A Myth?". In 1912, William Benjamin Smith published "Ecce Deus: Studies of Primitive Christianity", (with an introduction by Paul Wilhelm Schmiedel (1912).
In 1951, Oskar Schmiedel returned to Schwäbisch Gmünd, where he ran the Weleda together with Wilhelm Pelikan, Arthur von Zabern and Wilhelm Spiess until he died in his 73rd year. Hans Krueger, Walther Cloos, Theodor Schwenk, Alfred Friedrich, Mechthild Werner and others also contributed much to the work. He was particularly interested in all social impulses. He encouraged and supported the Study Sessions, works eurythmy, the Christmas Plays and the "Weleda Nachrichten" magazine.
The manufacture and use of anthroposophic medicines dates back to Rudolf Steiner (1861–1925), who together with Dr Ita Wegman (1876–1943) invented anthroposophic medicine at the beginning of the 20th century. Steiner and Wegman's ideas were extended by the chemist Dr Oskar Schmiedel (1887–1959), who manufactured anthroposophic medicines from 1920 onwards and introduced the newly conceived formulations and manufacturing processes into pharmaceutical practice. A second important pioneer of anthroposophic pharmacy was Dr Rudolf Hauschka (1891–1969).