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Most widely held works by Ernst von Wolzogen. Feuersnot by Richard Strauss 20 editions published between and in German and English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Roman by Ernst von Wolzogen Book 48 editions published between and in 3 languages and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Roman by Ernst von Wolzogen Book 16 editions published between and in German and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Update your profile Let us wish you a happy birthday! Make sure to buy your groceries and daily needs Buy Now. Let us wish you a happy birthday!
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German acquiescent, addicted, devoted to , acquiescently, devoted, addicted to, loyal, respectfully, staunch member, supporter , wrapped up in devoted , resulting in, yielding. German inconclusive, without result, without any result, inconclusively, sterile, abortive, abortively. German fruitfully, productive, heavyset tree, bush , yieldingly, fertile, fruitful, profitable, rich, rich in, yielding, high-yield, abundant rain, snow , economical.
German to delectate, to feast, to regale, to amuse, to delight, to captivate, to enthral please greatly. German to catch hold of, to take hold of, to seize, to take, to apprehend take into custody , to capture, to catch, to clap hold of, to clutch, to grasp, to grip, to usurp, to grab, to embrace. German affectingly, seizing, reaching, gripping, stirring, moving, pathetic, thrilling, hauntingly, lachrymose, movingly, poignant figurative.
German struck, affected, gripped, stirred, deeply moved, seized, clasped, smitten, stricken, moved emotionally. German to fathom, to comprehend, to get to the bottom, to sound, to feel out, to figure out, to plumb figurative. German sublime, lofty, noble, convex, convexly, elevated, sublimely, illustrious, loftily, raised, domed, august majesty , high-toned colloquial , exalted lofty, sublime. German to conserve, to preserve, to obtain, to receive, to get, to retain, to maintain, to achieve, to attain, to come by, to gain, to save, to uphold, to poll, to survive ancient books, etc.
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German preservable, received, obtained, preserved, surviving old piece of literature, manuscript, score, etc. German conserving, retentivity, retentive, conservant, conservative, conservatory, preservative, obtaining, receiving. German to elevate, to levy, to uplift, to upraise, to raise, to arch up, to charge a fee , to bring an action at law , to ascertain date, fact , to extol virtues , to lift voice , to survey, to raise, to lift up the hand for example, when beating time.
German Lift up your hearts! Latin versicle of the Roman Catholic Church: German relevant, considerable, a good deal, formidable, sizeable, substantial considerable , vastly, significantly, considerably, substantially, significant. German to exhilarate, to amuse, to brighten, to brighten up, to cheer, to cheer up, to light up. German exalted, extolled, upraised, levied, raised, compiled data , poised suspended, for example, hand , erect tail , uplifted. German to raise, to elevate, to lift up the hand for example, when beating time , to exalt, to heighten, to increase, to increment, to advance, to boost, to enhance, to enlarge, to mark up, to scale up, to step up, to ramp up, to ratchet up, to jack up.
German elevated, exalts, increased, incremented, boosted, enhanced, heightened, lofty, raised, added, augmented. The instrument measures around three feet long with a long neck and a relatively small soundbox three or four inches in diameter and five to six inches deep available in several shapes round, hexagonal, or octagonal. The scroll is often decorated with a carving of a dragon's head or a crescent moon and the soundbox is often decorated.
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The erhu is also used with a metal clamp or silk string clamp that acts as a capo to change the open pitches of the strings. The bow is made of bamboo. The sound of the erhu is similar to a violin although much thinner in its timbre. It is now one of the main instruments in the Chinese orchestra. These parts are also played by the gehu and the bei-da-ge-hu. They represent regeneration and the potency of creation, which both consumes and empowers.
Clarinet erkencho , Argentina, 19th century.
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German identifiable, discernible, transparent, perceptible, discernibly, identifiably, discernable, distinguishable, noticeable, recognisably, recognisable, measurable perceptible , observable visible, noticeable , detectable effect, sign , visible, foreseeable. German to discern, to perceive, to detect, to realise, to catch sight of, to identify, to spot, to recognise, to register, to distinguish make out , to tell, to understand. German to indicate, to reveal knowledge, motives, ignorance , to bespeak, to signal, to be indicative of showing.
Zeige mir - und ich erinnere mich.
Lass mich tun - und ich verstehe. German Tell me and I forget. Show me and I remember.
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Let me do and I understand. German to give an account of, to account for, to expound, to meld, to profess, to explain, to declare, to state, to elucidate, to comment, to define, to explicate, to illustrate, to interpret, to illuminate, to represent.
German declaring, explaining, explanatory, expounding, melding, professing, declaratory, descriptive, explicative, explicatory, expositive, expository, illustrative, elucidatory, clarificatory, elucidative. German explained, expounds, melds, professes, illustrated, manifested, professed, avowed, expounded, declared given. German to get contract an illness , to come down with, to contract, to fall ill with, to fall sick with. German to slacken, to flag decline in vigor, wane in interest, enthusiasm , to grow weak, to wane interest, enthusiasm.
German to attain, to reap something, to acquire, to win, to gain, to come at, to derive, to get, to obtain. German to abate, to cancel, to decree, to exempt, to issue, to remit debt, fee, sentence , to enact ordinance , to waive debt. Eger a city in northeast Hungary on the Eger River, that was occupied by the Turks from to German to license, to permit, to allow, to let, to concede, to admit, to admit of, to consent, to authorise.
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German to explain, to elucidate, to exemplify, to annotate, to illustrate, to outline, to illuminate, to expound. German commenting, elucidating, illustrative, illustratively, explanatory, elucidatory, explanatorily. German to deal with, to finish off , to see to, to take care of, to attend to , to dispose of , to manage, to bowl over, to bring down, to clinch, to dispatch, to handle deal with , to kill, to settle, to do, to carry out. German done, fit, finished, agreed, agreed on, agreed upon, cleared, discharged, transacted, settled resolved , dispatched killed , dead colloquial: German to be broken, to be for the high jump, to be done for collouqial , to be done in colloquial.