Bulow



Prince Bernhard von
[bern-hahrt fuh n] /ˈbɛrn hɑrt fən/ (Show IPA), 1849–1929, chancellor of Germany 1900–09.
Hans (Guido Freiherr) von
[hahns goo-ee-doh,, frahy-her fuh n] /hɑns guˈi doʊ,, ˈfraɪˌhɛr fən/ (Show IPA), 1830–94, German pianist and conductor.
Contemporary Examples

I met Sunny von bulow more than two decades before I fell in love with her husband, Claus von bulow.
I Helped Save Claus von Bulow Andrea Reynolds December 8, 2008

Historical Examples

“Been selling the bulow people for twenty-five years,” he informed me.
Fighting Byng A. Stone

bulow shrugged her shoulders, answering, ‘I don’t know at all!’
History Of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. VII. (of XXI.) Thomas Carlyle

They were near the wagon now; both dismounted under the pines while bulow came forward to picket their horses.
The Firing Line Robert W. Chambers

I wondered if it was truly a big bank, and why it should hold an interest in bulow and Company.
Fighting Byng A. Stone

bulow should have received the order to march westward at half-past ten on the morning of the 15th.
Waterloo Hilaire Belloc

I finally asked, thinking of the possibilities in bulow and Company’s movements.
Fighting Byng A. Stone

bulow is a wonderful conductor, a little man, all nerve and fire, and he seems to inspire every instrument.
Saunterings Charles Dudley Warner

The fact that bulow and Company wanted to destroy him flashed through my mind.
Fighting Byng A. Stone

When old bulow died the business was incorporated by the heirs, and then this fellow shows up with a big say, executively.
Fighting Byng A. Stone

noun
Prince Bernhard von (ˈbɛrnhart fɔn). 1849–1929, chancellor of Germany (1900–09)

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