Ende sentence examples

  • Bruckner, Geschichte Russlands bis zum Ende des 18ten Jahrhunderts (Gotha, 1896); E.

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  • bis Ende Juli 1855 (Geneva, 1855); and Aus meinen Erinnerungen (translated from the Hungarian, Zurich, 1887).

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  • p. 258; also " Suspension Bridges with Stiffening Girders," by Max am Ende, Proc. Inst.

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  • Wieser, Oesterreichs Ende (1919); Th.

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  • Grillparzer, Konig Ottokars Gliick and Ende.

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  • Karst, Geschichte Manfreds vom Ende Friedrichs II.

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  • ab Aitzema, Saken van spaet en oorlogh in ende om trent de Vereenigde Nederlanden (1621-1668) (15 vols., 1657-1671); continuation by Lambert van den Bos (Lambertus Sylvius) (4 vols., 1685-1699).

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  • ende de gevolgmaghtigden v.

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  • Ubersberger, Osterreich and Russland seit dem Ende des 15ten Jahrhunderts, vol.

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  • It obtained for him, on the recommendation of Goethe, a professorship in the university of Jena, and in November 1789 he delivered his inaugural lecture, Was heisst and zu welchem Ende studiert man Universalgeschichte?

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  • The change is marked in his Epochen der kirchlichen Geschichtschreibung (1852), Das Christenthum and die christliche Kirche der drei ersten Jahrhunderte (1853), and Die christliche Kirche von Anfang des vierten bis zum Ende des sechsten Jahrhunderts (1859), works preparatory to his Kirchengeschichte, in which the change of view is specially pronounced.

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  • Heyd, Geschichte des Levantehandels im Mittelalter (2 vols., Stuttgart, 1879; French edition by Furcy Raynaud, 2 vols., Paris, 1885 seq., improved by the author), recognized as a standard work; Adolf Schaube, Handelsgeschichte der romanischen Volker des Mittelmeergebietes bis zum Ende der Kreuzziige (Munich and Berlin, 1906); Aloys Schulte, Geschichte des mittelalterlichen Handels and Verkehrs zwischen Westdeutschland and Italien mit Ausschluss Venedigs (2 vols., Leipzig, 1900); L.

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  • von PflugkHarttung, Die Bullen der Pdpste bis zum Ende des zwolften Jahrhunderts (Gotha, 1901), and a valuable digest in Jaffe-Wattenbach, Regesta pontif.

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  • Blommaert, Discours ende ghelegentheyt van het eylandt Borneo tint Jear 1609; Hachelyke reystogt van Jacob Jansz.

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  • Latin, still the universal language of learning, formed no part of Jewish education; and Spinoza, after learning the elements from a German master, resorted for further instruction to a physician named Franz van den Ende, who eked out an income by taking pupils.

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  • Van den Ende appears to have been distinctly a man of parts, though of a somewhat indiscreet and erratic character.

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  • But it is quite possible that his scientific studies had bred in him, as in many others at that time, a materialistic, or at least a naturalistic, turn of mind; indeed, we should expect as much in a man of Van den Ende's somewhat rebellious temperament.

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  • We do not know whether his influence was brought to bear in this sense upon Spinoza; but it has been suggested that the writings of Bruno, whose spirit of enthusiastic naturalism and fervid revolt against the Church would be especially dear to a man of Van den Ende's leanings, may have been put into the pupil's hand by the master.

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  • A romance has woven itself round Spinoza's connexion with Van den Ende's household.

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  • She cannot, therefore, have been more than eleven, or twelve in 1656, the year in which Spinoza left Amsterdam; and as Kerckkrink was seven years younger than Spinoza, they cannot well have been simultaneous pupils of Van den Ende's and simultaneous suitors for his daughter's hand.

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  • But, though the details of the story thus fall to pieces, it is still possible that in the five years which followed his retirement from Amsterdam Spinoza, who was living within easy distance and paid visits to the city from time to time, may have kept up his connexion with Van den Ende, and that the attachment may have dated from this later period.

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  • The mastery of Latin which he acquired from Van den Ende opened up to Spinoza the whole world of modern philosophy and science, both represented at that time by the writings of Descartes.

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  • The impulse towards natural science which he had received from Van den Ende would be strengthened by the reading of Descartes; he gave over divinity, we are told, to devote himself entirely to these new studies.

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  • Georgevic, Das Ende der Obrenovic (Leipzig, 1905); C. Mijatovich, A Royal Tragedy (London, 1906).

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  • Philology: Houtman, Spraak ende woord boek in de Maleische ende Madagaskarsche talen (Amsterdam, 1603) Voyage de C. van Heemskerk; vocabulaire de la langue parlee dans l'Ile Saint-Laurent (Amsterdam, 1603) Megiser, Beschreibung der Mechtigen and Weitberhitmbten Insul Madagascar, with dictionary and dialogues (Altenburg, 1609); Arthus, Colloquia latino-maleyica et madagascarica (Frankfort, 1613); Challand, Vocabulaire francais-malgache et malgache-francais (Ile de France, 1773); Froberville, Dictionnaire frangais-madecasse (3 vols., Ile de France, 1809); Freeman and Johns, Dictionary of the Malagasy Language (Eng.-Mal.

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  • leste wonder ende droevige doot van J.

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  • Ueber Philosophie iiberhaupt, " On Philosophy generally," and Das Ende aller Dinge.

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  • de Rohan, &c. (Fr.) by P. Macmahon (1786); Compendio della vita e delle gesta di Giuseppe Balsamo denominato it conte di Cagliostro (Rome, 1791); Sierke, Schweirmer and Schwindler zu Ende des XVIII.

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  • (5 vols., 1882-1886); Collection de memoires sur l'histoire de Belgique au X VI e, X VII e, et X Vill e siecles (47 vols., 1858-1875) (chiefly dealing with the period of the Revolt) P. Bor, Oorspronck, begin ende aenwang der Nederlandscher oorlogen, beroerten ende borgelijcke oneenicheyden (1595); J.

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  • On the history of Florence and of Tuscany he wrote Tavole cronologiclze e sincrone della storia fiorentina (1841; Supplement, 1875); Geschichte Toscanas seit dem Ende des florentinischen Freistaats (Gotha, 1876-77); and Lorenzo de' Medici (Leipzig, 1874, and again 1883).

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  • His most famous works are Geschichte der Hohenstaufen und ihrer Zeit (1823-25; 5th ed., 1876) and Geschichte Europas seit dem Ende des 15ten Jahrhunderts (1832-50).

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