How To Use Wurzburg In A Sentence

  • This is the work of Johann Beringer, professor in the University of Wurzburg and private physician to the Prince-Bishop -- the treatise bearing the title Lithographiae Wirceburgensis Specimen Primum, "illustrated with the marvellous likenesses of two hundred figured or rather insectiform stones. A History of the warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom
  • Born in Wurzburg, Germany, Stefan has studied the piano from the early age of four.
  • In particular he favoured the monks, and founded over twenty monasteries in the Dioceses of Bamberg, Würzburg, Ratisbon, Passau, Eichstätt, Halberstadt and Aquileia. Catholic Bamberg: The Church of St. Getreu
  • Like all other scientists the professor from Würzburg University in Franconia always sought recognition from his peers, but Röntgen rarely appeared at scientific conferences or wrote papers, let alone promoted his research findings outside of his field. The Nobel Prize in Physics 1901 - Perspectives
  • Although the documents are not clear, most historians agree that he was appointed prior of the Dominican convent in Würzburg.
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  • When sixteen years old he became a cleric (an expectant for a canonicate) at the cathedral of Würzburg, and in 1625 at that of The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock
  • It is a clever imitation of the Wagnerian manner, except as regards the choruses, which scarcely rise above the standard of the Liedertafel; but neither at its production nor at an elaborate revival, which took place at Würzburg a few years ago, did it meet with more than a _succès d'estime_. The Opera A Sketch of the Development of Opera. With full Descriptions of all Works in the Modern Repertory.
  • In Dr.G. Lammert's "Volksmedizin in Bayern" (Würzburg, 1869), many hemostatic formulas are given, which are popular among the peasantry in various portions of the empire. Primitive Psycho-Therapy and Quackery
  • Extensive testing could confirm food allergy only in 214 patients, said Cornelia S. Seitz, allergologist at Wurzburg University. India eNews
  • He almost immediately struck gold, with a project he started in 1997 with Klaus-Peter Lesch, a psychiatrist from the University of Würzburg. The Science of Success

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