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  • Leipzig 'Kneipe' -- a kind of Wine taproom or Bodega.

    The Faust-Legend and Goethe's 'Faust'

  • "Kneipe" -- the drinking-hall of his corps; at the same board he had written his thesis for his doctorate, and here again he had penned the notes for his first lecture.

    Doctor Claudius, A True Story

  • The Leydicke was a traditional German drinking establishment, known as a Kneipe, with lots of carved wood and heavy oak tables.

    State of the Union

  • Mrs. X.: "I think I told you, my dear, that I had an invitation for this evening to what, I believe, is called a Kneipe?"

    Three Men on the Bummel

  • Each has a habitation or lodge, called a Kneipe, or drinking - hall, and a fencing-room, or a share in the use of one, but there is no set of apartments corresponding to a club, nor intended for the same manifold purposes.

    Greifenstein

  • In fact, the excellent German Kneipe ‘Cafe Adler’ closed at CC to make room for another coffee chain.

    McDonald’s coming soon to Checkpoint Charlie « Musings from an overworked translator

  • Fermor later distinguished himself as a guerilla leader, fighting Germans on the island of Crete: he captured the German general commanding the island, and after hiding with the general in a cave and exchanging Horacian epigrams in the original Latin, he smuggled General Kneipe off to Alexandria in a fishing boat.

    A Time of Gifts

  • Kneipe held in their respective places in the students 'quarters around Linienstrasse and Charlottenburg.

    The Menorah Journal, Volume 1, 1915

  • He was a member of a Burschenschaft, and promised to take Philip to a Kneipe.

    Of Human Bondage

  • German's habit of turning the beer-house into a sort of club that he calls his _Kneipe_.

    Home Life in Germany

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