“The townspeople approved that Hilde Eberhardt named the infant girl after her mother-in-law as if to make amends for her husband who, everyone knew, would have never let her use the name Renate.”
“Back at the base, he had called Renate at five to tell her he loved her.”
“She stored the cashmere shawl inside the linen closet for Renate, and she would not take it out until after the war when—a widow for some years—she would find herself pregnant with a child she felt certain was a girl, and she would start wearing the shawl as if it were an embrace, planning to give it to her daughter, whom she would name Renate.”
“She is just as big a legend in ski racing as Moser-Proell or "Renate" Goetschl.”
“But I hardly thought about the polio or her leg until Sybille Immers, the butcher’s daughter, called Renate a gimp one day as we left school.”
“Unless more children are born in Germany, the problem can't be solved," says Kühnhausen Mayor Renate Lindner , 61, sitting on a porch overlooking her garden and greenhouse on a recent Saturday.”
“I asked my neighbors Peter and Renate yesterday about the status of their beautiful red amaryllis, which they had in their front window last year (and I enjoyed for several weeks from the view atmy kitchen window).”
“Once across, they take shelter at an inn run by Franz and Anna Flueckiger (Mathias Gnadinger and Renate Steiger), who are at first reluctant to house these haggard refugees.”
“Renate Wohlwend of the council's parliamentary assembly said that "to carry out this irrevocable act now would be a terrible mistake which could lead to a tragic injustice".”
“Renate Wohlwend of the council's parliamentary assembly said: "To carry out this irrevocable act now would be a terrible mistake, which could lead to a tragic injustice".”
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