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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Gesner, Konrad von 1516-1565. Swiss encyclopedist and naturalist who published an annotated bibliography of all known books in Latin, Greek, and Hebrew (1545-1549). His Historia Animalium (1551-1558) is considered the basis of modern zoology.

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  • n. Swiss naturalist who was one of the founders of modern zoology (1516-1565)

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  • I agree with DRUNKIMUS Zen Brant Gesner is perfect just compare the game and The Adventures of Sinbad

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  • “For you may dedicate your opinion to what scribbling putationer you please; the Compleat Angler if you will, who tells you of a tedious fly story, extravagantly collected from antiquated authors, such as Gesner and Dubravius.”

    Letters to Dead Authors

  • _Compleat Angler_ if you will, who tells you of a tedious fly story, extravagantly collected from antiquated authors, such as Gesner and

    Letters to Dead Authors

  • Animating a Charlie Brown Musical – This documentary style featurette explores the twenty-year journey of the 1967 Clark Gesner album that became a Broadway hit and finally an animated TV special.

    You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown on DVD - The Retroist

  • The 15-minute bonus feature, “Animating a Charlie Brown Musical”, gives a history of the stage show, including its beginnings as a concept album by Clark Gesner.

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  • Zen Brant Gesner I think look better for the Prince drunkimus on Jun 3, 2008

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  • Gesner helped establish a kerosene works in New York City that by 1859 was producing five thousand gallons a day.

    The Prize

  • Cochrane collaborated for a time with a Canadian, Dr. Abraham Gesner.

    The Prize

  • Gesner was a silly old man, baculo innixus, amongst all those huffing cardinals, swelling bishops that flourished in his time, and rode on foot-clothes.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • It moistens and fattens the body, concocts, and helps digestion (as we see in dormice, and those Alpine mice that sleep all winter), which Gesner speaks of, when they are so found sleeping under the snow in the dead of winter, as fat as butter.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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