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- n. Plural form of Bunsen.
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The world to-day seeks its rule of life in exact knowledge of man and his surroundings; its teachers, high-priests in the temple of Truth, are the Darwins, the Bunsens, the Pasteurs.
The Bunsens have quite decided now to settle at Heidelberg for at least a year, and are already hoping for a speedy visit from you, by which I hope also to profit.
He spoke of my travels in the East, of the de Bunsens, of the Emperor's health (the old man is much better and decidedly recovering) ” and of his great wish for peace.”