Joachim

[ US /ˌjoʊˈɑkɪm, ˌwɑˈkim/ ]
NOUN
  1. Hungarian violinist and composer (1831-1907)
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How To Use Joachim In A Sentence

  • While intramural tensions mount and defuse for the Eaton Place inhabitants, there's also a Holland house-warming party involving a visit from Joachim von Ribbentrop Edward Baker-Duly, who subsequently dallies with Persephone and causes foreign-office repercussions. David Finkle: First Nighter: Upstairs Downstairs Makes Sparkling PBS Return
  • A pair of small, crowded biblical scenes, by ter Brugghen's Utrecht Mannerist contemporaries, Roland Savery and Joachim Antonisz. An Artist of Dual Allegiances
  • To Joachim, and to all his predecessors, a true C-sharp would have been lower than D-flat; a major third on the piano would be too wide.
  • Joachim of Fiore saw the millennial pattern of apocalypse as the very pattern of providential history itself.
  • But Banksy and his crew have stopped bickering with the disbelieving public about factuality for a moment, as they are now embroiled in another dispute, this time with Joachim Levy. ARTINFO: As Oscar Approaches, Swiss Filmmaker Wants His Name on Banksy's Movie Too
  • Bottles of uranium nitrate from the uranium mines in St. Joachimsthal. Trafficking Materials and Gendered Experimental Practices: Radium Research in Early 20th Century Vienna
  • First Madame Mère ( smiling), then Louis—leaning heavily on two walking sticks, his expression hooded—followed at a distance by Hortense, Jérôme and his wife, Caroline and Joachim (snickering), Julie (Joseph is in Spain), Eugène and, at the last, a giggling Pauline. The Last Great Dance on Earth
  • Vienna coach Joachim Loew was stunned by the incident and spluttered: ‘It was unfair, unsporting.’
  • The name Joachim (Yehoyaqim) means ` The Lord shall make to stand (or rise) ' The Life of the Blessed Virgin Mary
  • In 1638 Mr. Joachim wrote the States General, "that a certain judge had distinctly advised that, under present circumstances, the ship money may not be levied off the inhabitants of England, without consent of Parliament." slipe (n.) VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XVIII No 3
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