Schmidt

[ US /ˈʃmɪt/ ]
NOUN
  1. German statesman who served as chancellor of Germany (born in 1918)
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How To Use Schmidt In A Sentence

  • That queasy feeling of disillusionment is a universal one says Schmidt; one that makes this particular play accessible for audiences on a very personal level.
  • In ‘Mister Squishy,’ the story about the focus group, the main character, Terry Schmidt, is strewn about in this medium, a strange involution of tone and form.
  • When Schmidt tapped the chauffeur's arm, the man pressed a button that raised a glass panel at his back.
  • At that point, Schmidt put an avuncular hand on Page's shoulder and brought him back to the real world. Now, with Page as CEO, that hand is less likely to be there.
  • Louis Begley is perhaps currently best known as the author of About Schmidt, the novel from which the recent acclaimed film starring Jack Nicholson was adapted.
  • This is company who's former CEO, Eric Schmidt, described Google's approach this way: There is what I call the creepy line. Nathan Newman: Is Google Cruising Towards a Legal Meltdown?
  • DANA BASH, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Hi, Wolf, well, the vice president's office tells us that he's going to have what they call elective surgery, to remove an aneurysm in the artery behind his right knee, and that is going to happen next weekend, according to top aide, Steve Schmidt. CNN Transcript Sep 16, 2005
  • Wilhelm Schmidt has compiled an overwhelming amount of these stories in a multivolume book totaling four thousand pages! Modern Science in the Bible
  • It is true that Schmidt had received pure atropine under the name of daturine, for I have proved most conclusively that the so-called daturine supplied by Trommsdorff, of Erfurt, is pure atropine and nothing else. Scientific American Supplement, No. 324, March 18, 1882
  • Schmidt, on the other hand, never used the term collateral damage -- or any similar term, because that would have completely undermined her fairy tale of righteous indignation. Gary S. Chafetz: Review of Casino Jack and the United States of Money by Alex Gibney
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