the statement of beliefs and doctrines of the Lutherans, formulated by Melanchthon and endorsed by the Lutheran princes, which was presented at the Diet of Augsburg in 1530 and which became the chief creed of the Lutheran Church.
noun (often capital) a type of circus clown who usually wears battered ordinary clothes and is habitually maladroit or unlucky Historical Examples auguste rose with an oath, and then stood facing his cousin like a man struck dumb, his hands dropped. The Crossing Winston Churchill Then heavy steps were heard, and auguste reappeared with a […]
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(Isidore) Auguste (Marie François) [ee-zee-dawr oh-gyst ma-ree frahn-swa] /i ziˈdɔr oʊˈgüst maˈri frɑ̃ˈswa/ (Show IPA), 1798–1857, French founder of the philosophical system of positivism. Historical Examples A positive philosophy which auguste comte did not elaborate absorbs its highest thought, and dictates its largest measures. Modern Society Julia Ward Howe One man there was who professed […]
Auguste Édouard [oh-gyst ey-dwar] /oʊˈgüst eɪˈdwar/ (Show IPA), 1821–81, French Egyptologist. Historical Examples Such, however, was not the opinion of Mariette, who discusses the question more than once. A History of Art in Ancient Egypt, Vol. II (of 2) Georges Perrot Mariette had run for Flore, who came in great consternation. Johnny Ludlow, Fifth Series […]
Auguste Marie Louis Nicolas [oh-gyst ma-ree lwee nee-kaw-lah] /oʊˈgüst maˈri lwi ni kɔˈlɑ/ (Show IPA), 1862–1954, and his brother, Louis Jean [lwee zhahn] /lwi ʒɑ̃/ (Show IPA) 1864–1948, French chemists and manufacturers of photographic materials: inventors of a motion-picture camera (1895) and a process of color photography. Historical Examples Yes, above all in the plural, […]