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  • proper n. A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Arno Fritz Günther Buchheim (1924-).


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  • Further down from Feldafing, in Bernried, stop at the Buchheim Museum, housing the impressive modern art collection of German author Lothar-G [uuml] nther Buchheim, known for his 1973 novel, "Das Boot," about a German submarine during World War II.

    Enjoy the Ride

  • This mummified "rat king" was discovered in 1828 in Buchheim, Germany and is currently on display at the museum Mauritianum in Altenburg, Germany.

    Boing Boing

  • Writer, painter and art collector Lothar Günther Buchheim has died at the age of 89.

    GreenCine Daily: Shorts, 2/23.

  • Lothar-Guenther Buchheim, the German author of Das Boot, has died.

    Lothar-Guenther Buchheim dies « Reading Copy

  • Bäck, A. (2001), ˜Avicenna and Averroes: Modality and Theology™ in Buchheim et al. (eds.), 125-145.

    Medieval Theories of Modality

  • The two great works of Luther, here mentioned, as well as his _Freedom of the Christian_, in which he explains his own doctrine very simply, may be found translated in Wace and Buchheim, _Luther's Primary Works_.

    An Introduction to the History of Western Europe

  • Microsoft, concerned that Google would run away with the market, saw catching up in search as a bigger priority for spending, Buchheim said.

  • "We're investing more, and more intelligently, in display now," said Microsoft General Manager Dennis Buchheim, who oversees Atlas and other ad software.

  • "The ramp we've seen with Google has certainly been impressive," Microsoft's Buchheim said.

  • Buchheim said the transfer, scheduled to take effect June 30, will have no impact on current accounts or shareholders and that the same people, working for a different company, will continue to manage the accounts. - top


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