Dietrich

[ US /ˈditɹɪk/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States film actress (born in Germany) who made many films with Josef von Sternberg and later was a successful cabaret star (1901-1992)
  2. French philosopher (born in Germany) famous as being one of the first self-described atheists in Europe
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How To Use Dietrich In A Sentence

  • Dietrich's career was formed by the decadent film and theatre scene of pre-war Berlin, but she became famous after moving to the United States, gaining US citizenship in 1937.
  • In honor of the birthday of Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, the institution's beloved patron of music, members of the Helsinki Baroque Orchestra performed music of Bach and his lesser-known contemporaries Dietrich Buxtehude, Franz Tunder and Andreas Kirchoff. Review: Helsinki Baroque Orchestra at Library of Congress
  • Technically, Hemingway offered Dietrich a dehortation, a rarely used but quite proper English term compared to an exhortation, which attempts to persuade people to do something, a dehortation is an attempt to dissuade people from a course of action. 'Neverisms': 11 Things You Should Never Do, Never Say, Never Forget (PHOTOS)
  • The regular observer will of course make use of the 'Nautical Almanac'; but 'Dietrichsen and Hannay's Almanac' will serve every purpose of the amateur telescopist. Half-hours with the Telescope Being a Popular Guide to the Use of the Telescope as a Means of Amusement and Instruction.
  • By the late 1920s and early 1930s, butch numbers like Marlene Dietrich and Greta Garbo were planting passionate kisses on the lips of lovely femmes in their films while having lesbian love affairs in real life.
  • It was the divine Dietrich, She wore a severe tailleur, a fedora and her blonde hair was wavy.
  • Dietrich's De ente et essentia which bears the same title as Thomas Aquinas 'opuscule is indeed a work that gives much evidence of having been prepared as a kind of rebuttal to certain doctrines of Aquinas. Dietrich of Freiberg
  • Dietrich's De Ente Et Essentia which bears the same title as Thomas Aquinas' opuscule is indeed a work that gives much evidence of having been prepared as a kind of rebuttal to certain doctrines of Aquinas.
  • Dietrich makes a very interesting and important application of this doctrine of the resplendence of the intellect. Dietrich of Freiberg
  • In honor of the birthday of Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, the institution's beloved patron of music, members of the Helsinki Baroque Orchestra performed music of Bach and his lesser-known contemporaries Dietrich Buxtehude, Franz Tunder and Andreas Kirchoff. Review: Helsinki Baroque Orchestra at Library of Congress
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