Synonyms for wintz or Related words with wintz

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Examples of "wintz"
Raymond Wintz was born on 25 March 1884. He was the son of the painter Guillaume Wintz (1823-1899) and the husband of the painter Renée Carpentier-Wintz (1913-2003).
Renée Carpentier-Wintz (1913–2003) was a French painter. She was the wife of French artist Raymond Wintz (1883–1956). Like her husband, she was famous for her beautiful Brittany landscapes.
The painter Raymond Wintz (1884–1956) featured many locations around Finistère.
Raymond Wintz died in 1956 and is buried in Montparnasse Cemetery, Paris.
The painter Raymond Wintz (1884–1956) depicted locations around the Gulf of Morbihan.
C. D. Wintz of Texas Southern University stated that he highly recommended the book and gave it three stars.
Raymond Wintz (Joseph Raimond Wintz) (1884–1956) was a Paris-born painter and engraver whose most famous paintings were of marine and coastal views in Brittany. He is best known for his painting "The Blue Door", which is still widely available as a poster and print.
Paintings attributed to 'Richard Wintz' and 'R. Wints' also appear to be by Raymond Wintz, displaying many of his characteristic motifs and stylistic features. The confusion has possibly arisen because his signature is 'R.Wintz' and 'R. Wints' appears to be a misreading of this. Paintings are most commonly signed in the bottom right hand corner.
Dame Sophia Gertrude Wintz DBE (1847–16 January 1929) was a Swiss-born British philanthropist who co-founded the Royal Sailors' Rests.
In July 2014, WLTZ built an in house weather department with Meteorologist Matt Wintz and Weather Forecaster Miller Robson, severing its last links to INN.
Wintz was born in Cumberland Village, in Guyana's East Berbice-Corentyne region. He made his senior debut for Guyana at the 2010 Champions League Twenty20 in India, playing matches against the Mumbai Indians and South Australia. Wintz made his debut for Guyana during the 2011–12 Regional Super50, and his debut during the 2012–13 Regional Four Day Competition. At the 2012–13 Regional Super50, he took eight wickets from six matches, behind only Ronsford Beaton for Guyana.
All the three names are related to each other meaning Upper Vinc/Vințu/Wintz in English. The name refers to the medieval patron of the Catholic parish, Saint Vincentius because a 13th-century document calls the town "Sanctus Vincentius".
Murray Rose married ballerina Jodi Wintz on 20 October 1988. Their son Trevor was born in 1990. He was previously married to Bobbie Whitby and he adopted her daughter, Somerset.
Raymond Wintz was trained at the School of Decorative Arts and the National College of Fine Arts in Paris. He was a pupil of Jules Adler at the "Ecole Francais" and started exhibiting at the Salon des Artistes Francais in 1910.
Cheslow edited and published the book "Interrobang?! Anthology on Music and Family" in 2008, with contributions by Cynthia Connolly, Pauline Oliveros, Ian MacKaye, Alan Licht, Jean Smith, Anna Oxygen, Bill Berkson, Kevin Mattson, Liz Allbee, Matthew Wascovich, Erika Anderson, Janet Sarbanes, and Sara Wintz.
Paul Gordon Wintz (born 7 March 1986) is a Guyanese cricketer who has played for the Guyanese national side in West Indian domestic cricket, and also for the Guyana Amazon Warriors franchise in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). He is a right-arm fast-medium bowler.
Black Dixie: Afro-Texan History and Culture in Houston is a 1992 book edited by Howard Beeth and Cary D. Wintz and published by Texas A&M University Press. It is a collection of thirteen essays about the history of African-Americans in Houston. It was the first scholarly book to provide a comprehensive history of Houston's black community, and the book's dust jacket referred to it as the first such book of any city in the Southern United States.
was in a cast which performed the play at Wallack's Theater in May 1929. Some days after the premiere she was injured in a car accident, sustaining a fractured right index finger. She experienced pain and enlargement from swelling, so that her doctor advised her to remove herself from the production. As she portrayed the role of a Russian girl, producer George E. Wintz said she could not be replaced. Kopernak rejoined the production while wearing a cast on June 3.
Dame Agnes Weston, always the leading figure in the movement, died in 1918, but Wintz continued to serve as superintendent of the homes until her own death in 1929. She was appointed Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) in the 1920 civilian war honours. She was given a full naval funeral at Devonport Dockyard Church attended by four hundred officers and ratings of the Royal Navy and was buried next to Agnes Weston.
The company was formed in 1982 by Dave Wintz who owned the Rockin' Robin Guitar Shop at the time. Robin guitars were made in Japan by Tokai and Chushin until 1986, when their production moved to the United States. Notable endorsers include Stevie Ray Vaughan and his brother Jimmie, who were frequently seen onstage with the "RDN" 6-string standard neck/6 string octave neck double-neck guitar in the 1980s. Eric Johnson has played them, and Stevie Blaze of Lillian Axe also played Robin guitars during the early part of his career. Robin guitars and basses have featured pickups from their sister company, Rio Grande Pickups since 1994.