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Arnim

Achim von ('axIm f%n). 1781--1831, German romantic poet. He published, with Clemens Brentano, the collection of folk songs, Des Knaben Wunderhorn (1805--08)
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Instead, Jost-Fritz focuses on the links between lyrical subjectivity and the wider cultural and political interests Arnim pursued.
DNA B is responsible for the symptom expression and systemic movement of the virus (von Arnim and Stanley 1992)
Well one of those men was Sergeant Arnim Heidemann and we know this because he was wounded on the night war came to Cardiff.
Femininity and Authorship in the Novels of Elizabeth von Arnim
Finally, however, the feature that may be most welcomed by students and scholars alike is Bidney's translation--with the collaboration of the late Peter Anton yon Arnim, an Arabic-speaking German journalist with deep appreciation of Islamic thought and culture, and editor of Katharina Mommsen's Goethe und der Islam (2001)--of the "Noten und Abhandlungen" (as "Notes and Essays") that Goethe published together with the poems themselves.
His school has also offered to support his karting career until the end of December 2013 and Arnim Ramsey, chief executive officer of EARTH, a company specialising in 'environmentally safe products and services', is also backing him.
669--"the little hunched-back man in the nursery song": Achim von Arnim and Clemens Brentano's song collection The Boy's Magic Horn (1805-08)
He mounts a vigorous and detailed argument in support of the candidacy of Bettina von Arnim (1795-1859), Antonie Brentano's sister-in-law, a correspondent of both Goethe and Beethoven, and the half-sister of Clemens and Franz Brentano, Antonie's husband.
In their study, researchers from the University of Ulm, among them the Epidemiologist Professor Gabriele Nagel and the Neurologist Professor Christine von Arnim have investigated whether the serum-levels of vitamin C, vitamin E, beta-carotene as well as lycopene and coenzyme Q10 are significantly lower in the blood of AD-patients.
That makes them extremely light," adds Arnim Schuchard, co-author and Ph.
Elizabeth von Arnim is best remembered for her first book, Elizabeth and Her German Garden (1898) but in many ways The Enchanted April, published in 1922, equals the more famous work.