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Among German nonsense writers, Christian Morgenstern and Ringelnatz are the most widely known, and are both still popular, while Robert Gernhardt is a contemporary example.
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Among the commercial successes for German films of the 1980s were the Otto film series beginning in 1985 starring comedian Otto Waalkes, Wolfgang Petersen's adaptation of The NeverEnding Story ( 1984 ), and the internationally successful Das Boot ( 1981 ), which still holds the record for most Academy Award nominations for a German film ( six ).
Among the important political issues at the time was the deployment of Pershing II IRBMs and nuclear-tipped cruise missiles by the U. S. and NATO on West German soil, generating strong opposition in the general population that found an outlet in mass demonstrations.
Among modern languages, cases still feature prominently in most of the Balto-Slavic languages, with most having six to eight cases, as well as Icelandic, German and Modern Greek, which have four.
) Among those who critiqued him from the left were Marxist-humanist Raya Dunayevskaya, fellow German emigre Paul Mattick, both of whom subjected One-Dimensional Man to a Marxist critique, and Noam Chomsky, who knew and liked Marcuse " but thought very little of his work.
Among the egoist papers that Tucker followed were the German Der Eigene, edited by Adolf Brand, and The Eagle and The Serpent, issued from London.
Among the students who attended his workshops were Ludwig Hirschfeld Mack ( German / Australian ( 1893 – 1965 ), Hans Friedrich Grohs ( German 1892-1981 ) and Margarete Koehler-Bittkow ( German / American, 1898 – 1964 ).
Among his most famous works are the proto-Cubist Les Demoiselles d ' Avignon ( 1907 ), and Guernica ( 1937 ), a portrayal of the German bombing of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War.
Among these were the killing of CEO of MTU Aero Engines, a German engineering company, Ernst Zimmermann ; another bombing at the US Air Force's Rhein-Main Air Base ( near Frankfurt ), which targeted the base commander and killed two bystanders ; the car bomb attack that killed Siemens executive Karl-Heinz Beckurts and his driver ; and the shooting of Gerold von Braunmühl, a leading official at Germany's foreign ministry.
Among Protestants the strong numbers of Lutherans and Moravians point to the German past of the country, the numbers of Anglicans to the British history of Tanganyika.
Among the greatest obstacles the organization faced was that unlike other German breeds, the Trakehner had no mother state and could not depend on government funding.
Her best known film roles were " Susanne Wallner " in Wolfgang Staudte's film Die Mörder sind unter uns ( The Murderers Are Among Us ), the first film released after the Second World War in East Germany and produced by DEFA ); and in 1950, " Marina " in Die Sünderin ( The Sinner ), in which she performed a brief nude scene, the first in German film history, causing a scandal.
Among several countries, the German political system provides one of the purest forms of a bottom-up approach.
Among its diverse and expansive exhibits, the Museum features a full-size replica coal mine, a German submarine ( U-505 ) captured during World War II, a model railroad, the first diesel-powered streamlined stainless-steel passenger train ( Pioneer Zephyr ), and the Apollo 8 spacecraft that carried the first humans to the Moon.
Among European powers, the ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary ( French ambassadeur extraordinaire et plénipotentiaire or German außerordentlicher und bevollmächtigter Botschafter ) was historically deemed the personal representative of the Sovereign, and the custom of dispatching ambassadors to the head of state rather than the government has persisted.
Among these were travel guides of Generalgouvernement ( General Government, part of occupied Poland ), and the Alsace region of occupied France annexed by the German Reich.
Among these early groups, the Irish band Cruachan and the German band Subway to Sally each spearheaded a different regional variation that over time became known as Celtic metal and medieval metal respectively.
Among the SNCF employees who joined the resistance, a subset were in Résistance-Fer which focused on reporting the movement of German troops to the Allied forces and sabotaging the railways rolling stock as well as infrastructure.
Among and nonsense
Among the more than one hundred works of Cerverí de Girona are many songs with unique labels, which may correspond more to " titles " than " genres ", but that is debatable: peguesca ( nonsense ), espingadura ( flageolet song ), libel ( legal petition ), esdemessa ( leap ), somni ( dream ), acuyndamen ( challenge ), desirança ( nostalgia ), aniversari ( anniversary ), serena ( serene ).
Among writers in English noted for nonsense verse are Edward Lear, Lewis Carroll, Ogden Nash, Mervyn Peake, Colin West, Roald Dahl, Dr. Seuss and Spike Milligan.
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Among the subjects discussed will be Russian restrictions on poets and writers in the USSR ( Channel 9 at 9:30 ).
Among later writers, ambrosia has been so often used with generic meanings of " delightful liquid " that such late writers as Athenaeus, Paulus and Dioscurides employ it as a technical terms in contexts of cookery, medicine, and botany.
Among these have been many writers, artists and musicians ; these include Pulitzer Prize-winning and Nobel Laureate Saul Bellow, Andrei Bely, Joseph Beuys, Owen Barfield, Wassily Kandinsky, Nobel Laureates Selma Lagerlöf and Albert Schweitzer, Andrei Tarkovsky, Bruno Walter, and Right Livelihood Award winner Ibrahim Abouleish.
Among contemporary writers, the satirist Craig Brown has made considerable use of the clerihew in his columns for The Daily Telegraph.
Among numerous writers of the order in this period are: Cardinals Thomas Zigliara ( d. 1893 ) and Zephirin González ( d. 1894 ), two esteemed philosophers ; Father Alberto Guillelmotti ( d. 1893 ), historian of the Pontifical Navy, and Father Heinrich Denifle, one of the most famous writers on medieval history ( d. 1905 ).
") Among the writers frequenting the club were Robert A. Heinlein, Emil Petaja, Fredric Brown, Henry Kuttner, Leigh Brackett, and Jack Williamson.
Among writers defining the terms of this discourse is Charles Jencks, described by Architectural Design Magazine as " the definer of Post-Modernism for thirty years " and the " internationally acclaimed critic ..., whose name became synonymous with Post-modernism in the 80s ".
Among English writers who have made the most abundant use of antithesis are Pope, Young, Johnson, and Gibbon ; and especially Lyly in his Euphues.
Among these writers, the pairing of series-creator Paul Smith with Terry Kyan, ( who had previously collaborated on Not the Nine O ' clock News and Alas Smith and Jones ) is particularly notable.
Among Southern Baptists in the United States, Reverend is formally written but the pastor is usually orally addressed as Brother ( Brother Smith ), as New Testament writers describe Christians as being brothers and sisters in Christ.
Among the writers labeled as black humorists by journalists and literary critics are Roald Dahl, Thomas Pynchon, Kurt Vonnegut, Warren Zevon, John Barth, Joseph Heller, and Philip Roth.
Among early Christian writers, Philip had the reputation of being sympathetic to the Christian faith.
Among the major writers of the period were Guo Moruo ( 郭沫若 ) ( 1892 – 1978 ), a poet, historian, essayist, and critic ; Mao Dun ( 茅盾 ) ( 1896 – 1981 ), the first of the novelists to emerge from the " League of Left-Wing Writers " and one whose work reflected the revolutionary struggle and disillusionment of the late 1920s ; satirist and novelist Lao She ( 老舍 ) ( 1899 – 1966 ); and Ba Jin ( 巴金 ) ( 1904 – 2005 ), a novelist whose work was influenced by Ivan Turgenev and other Russian writers.
Among the writers of the time who fell victim to the regime of Sejanus and its aftermath were the historians Aulus Cremutius Cordus, Velleius Paterculus and the poet Phaedrus.
Among the emerging novelists of the 1960s and 1970s, a few were closely connected with Beat writers, most notably Ken Kesey ( One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest ).
Among its famous inmates were the influential revolutionary poet Vladimir Mayakovsky, a Russian revolutionary Nikolai Bauman, the founder of the KGB Felix Dzerzhinsky ( who was one of the few individuals to stage a successful escape from the prison ), and the writers Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and Yevgenia Ginzburg.
Among the significant writers is James Fenton, mostly using a blank verse form, but also occasionally the Habbie stanza.