[bahr-tawlt gey-awrk] /ˈbɑr tɔlt geɪˈɔrk/ (Show IPA), 1776–1831, German historian.
[rahyn-hohld] /ˈraɪn hoʊld/ (Show IPA), 1892–1971, U.S. theologian and philosopher.
In a cage-match between nihilism and Niebuhr, who would you bet on?
Is Obama Too Thoughtful? Michael Signer February 12, 2010
Niebuhr “played by the rules” by affirming American exceptionalism, and writing about American innocence.
Noam Chomsky—Infuriating and Necessary David Masciotra September 27, 2014
Reader of Thomas Merton and that bunch (and indeed Niebuhr–look at how Obama apparently immersed himself in Niebuhr).
What Kind of Christian Is Barack Obama? Michael Tomasky May 7, 2012
After reaching Udden, which Niebuhr found to be a town of only three hundred houses, the hill-country became more thickly settled.
Travels in Arabia Bayard Taylor
The diligence of Niebuhr, though often impeded by illness, was immense.
Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal, No. 453 Various
Niebuhr was foolish enough to die of the Three Days of July, 1830, being a staunch conservative.
Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, Vol IV. No. XX. January, 1852. Various
Niebuhr, the historian, was distinguished for his energy and success as a man of business.
Character Samuel Smiles
The several statements of Pollux, Niebuhr and Grote are true in a certain sense, but not absolutely so.
Ancient Society Lewis Henry Morgan
Niebuhr always spoke of his wife as a fellow-worker with him in this sense.
Character Samuel Smiles
The historian Niebuhr, when he was the Russian ambassador, occupied it as his home.
Under Csars’ Shadow Henry Francis Colby
Barthold Georg (ˈbartɔlt ˈɡeːɔrk). 1776–1831, German historian, noted for his critical approach to sources, esp in History of Rome (1811–32)
Reinhold (ˈraɪnˌhəʊld). 1892–1971, US Protestant theologian. His works include Moral Man and Immoral Society (1932) and The Nature and Destiny of Man (1941–43)
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Baldassare [bahl-dahs-sah-re] /ˌbɑl dɑsˈsɑ rɛ/ (Show IPA), (I”Il Buranello”) 1706–85, Italian composer. Historical Examples She made her first appearance when seventeen years old at the theatre of Lucca, in Galuppi’s opera, “Sofonisba.” Famous Singers of To-day and Yesterday Henry C. Lahee But the music was not all to the tune of “A Toccata of Galuppi’s.” […]
Horatio, 1728–1806, American Revolutionary general, born in England. William (“Bill”) born 1956, U.S. entrepreneur. a movable barrier, usually on hinges, closing an opening in a fence, wall, or other enclosure. an opening permitting passage through an enclosure. a tower, architectural setting, etc., for defending or adorning such an opening or for providing a monumental entrance […]
Beniamino [be-nyah-mee-naw] /ˌbɛ nyɑˈmi nɔ/ (Show IPA), 1890–1957, Italian operatic tenor. Contemporary Examples After all, who would want to become a horrible Hollywood cliché—a la Shanghai Surprise or Gigli. Zoe Kazan Talks About Starring in ‘Ruby Sparks,’ Grandfather Elia Kazan, & More Marlow Stern July 25, 2012 A big reason that Gigli bombed with audiences […]