[ US /ˈbæɫθəsɝ/ ]
  1. (New Testament) one of the three sages from the east who came bearing gifts for the infant Jesus
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  • The names themselves are not known before this, although Balthasar appears as a by-form of Belshazzar (Dan. The Life of the Blessed Virgin Mary
  • A 1996 study led by German physician Balthasar Eberle was among the first to conclude that recognition of pulselessness by rescuers with basic CPR training was time-consuming and inaccurate. Top EMS News
  • Perhaps we are now in a better position, after our interlocutions with Douglas and Balthasar, to argue this more fully in closing.
  • Lamenting her partner's pitiable dancing, one of the female characters pleas for a real dancer, and her call is answered by an immodest Balthasar decked out in what appears to be a flashy 1980s-style suit.
  • Switzerland's Christian Zehnder and Balthasar Streiff are more than simply a duo playing the human voice and the sonorous, avalanche-inducing alpenhorn off each other.
  • Antonio; but he begged that the young and learned Doctor Balthasar (for so he called Portia) might be allowed to take his place. The Children's Portion
  • All the characteristics that make von Balthasar's work so distinctive and valuable are to be found here: breadth of vision, loveliness of style, and an intuitive-contemporary passion that allows him to "pray intellectually and think 'cordially'. Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:
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