Adolph Simon, 1858–1935, U.S. newspaper publisher.
The name which stands before the name “Ochs,” defines nearer the position of the representative Ochs.
Secret Enemies of True Republicanism Andrew B. Smolnikar
La Harpe and Ochs thus worked towards the same end, though the motives of the two men differed greatly.
The Story of Switzerland Lina Hug
Mr. Ochs was the only one of Mr. Levade’s friends who was at Basle—the others were both in France.
Private letters of Edward Gibbon (1753-1794) Volume 2 (of 2) Edward Gibbon
- As of
to the same degree, amount, or extent; similarly; equally: I don’t think it’s as hot and humid today as it was yesterday. for example; for instance: Some flowers, as the rose, require special care. thought to be or considered to be: the square as distinct from the rectangle; the church as separate from the state. […]
- As one
Also, as one man or woman. All together, unanimously. For example, The marchers shouted as one, “We shall overcome!” or They replied as one woman, “Of course we’ll stay and help.” This term appeared in the Bible (Judges 20:8): “And all the people arose as one man.” [ Late 1500s ] For synonyms, see with […]
Alan (Stewart) 1903–88, South African novelist. Historical Examples Meantime he was to see old Paton Gorry and generally take the soundings. The Deemster Hall Caine For meanwhile Mr Paton had taken quite a wrong view of his character. St. Winifred’s Frederic W. Farrar Mr. Paton of Dunfermline possesses a gold torquated ring, obtained in that […]
- As per usual
as per usual adverb phrase As usual