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  • These tales were illustrated by an artist called Theodor Kittelsen.

    Storyteller

  • HANS THEODOR WOLDSEN STORM, usually known as Theodor Storm, was born in the small coast town of Husum in Schleswig-Holstem on September 14, 1817.

    Biographical Note

  • In the secretary of the theatre, Hofrat Winkler (known as Theodor Hell), I also had an old friend of my family, besides which I had been introduced to the conductor, Reissiger, with whom I and my friend Apel had spent a pleasant evening on the occasion of our excursion to Bohemia in earlier days.

    My Life — Volume 1

  • Gibson had been the subject of a similar raid in 2009 over ebony imported from Madagascar through a German firm called Theodor Nagel GmbH, and has been fighting that seizure in federal court.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • Among the ALA's honorees this week was Eleanor Davis's Stinky, named a Theodor Seuss Geisel Award Honor Book.

    Stinky

  • Depp has the option to star as the famed author, who, real name Theodor Geisel, penned some of the world's most famous children's books, including "The Cat In The Hat," "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

    Johnny Depp: Dr. Seuss Biopic Movie Planned

  • In a kind of caricature that expressed women’s anger at male-dominated history of the early yishuv, the production presented the men as wooden heads on metal poles, in the likeness of major Zionist figures such as Theodor Herzl (1860 – 1904), Joseph Hayyim Brenner (1881 – 1921), Aharon David Gordon (1856 – 1922) and Joseph Trumpeldor (1880 – 1920).

    Hebrew Drama: Representation of Women.

  • “This is an important, decisive signal demonstrating our determination to fight child pornography,” Economy Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg told reporters.

    p2pnet World Headlines – April 23, 2009

  • Zeydner, “Kainszeichen, Keniter und Beschneidung,” Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 18 (1898): 120–26, and Theodor Reik, “Das Kainszeichen,” Imago 5 (1917–1919): 31–42.

    Bloodlust

  • Theodor Lessing, Einmal und Nie Wieder Gütersloh: Bertelsmann Sachbuchverlag, 1969, 112, 1st ed.

    Bloodlust

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