John (Simmons)
[sim-uh nz] /ˈsɪm ənz/ (Show IPA), born 1930, U.S. novelist.
Karl, 1886–1968, Swiss theologian.
Contemporary Examples

Barth further noted that neither Cotton or Hutchinson are known as social conservative diehards, which lessens the impact.
Gay Marriage Doesn’t Play in Arkansas Ben Jacobs May 13, 2014

Historical Examples

Barth interrupted this play of harmless chaff by jerking some remark over his shoulder.
The Silent Barrier Louis Tracy

There were rumbles of uncertainty, but Barth saw that the seed had taken root.
Victory Lester del Rey

Barth rode up to him, his eyes bright, his thick lower lip curving upward in a smile.
The Saracen: The Holy War Robert Shea

Barth strode up the ramp of his flagship, shouting out to his men as he went.
Victory Lester del Rey

The experienced old Sheikh of the Kafeila warned Barth to be on his guard, and exhorted his attendants to be staunch.
Great African Travellers W.H.G. Kingston

Barth; a back-load of rushes, straw, heath, &c. Irish beart.
English As We Speak It in Ireland P. W. Joyce

Barth seized his pistols, when, just in time, he was told they were friends.
Great African Travellers W.H.G. Kingston

Instantly Spencer stiffened himself, and Barth and Karl halted.
The Silent Barrier Louis Tracy

In no part of Negroland did Dr. Barth see less military ardour or more physical depression.
Some Heroes of Travel W. H. Davenport Adams

(German) (bart). Heinrich. 1821–65, German explorer: author of Travels and Discoveries in North and Central Africa (1857–58)
(bɑːθ). John (Simmons). born 1930, US novelist; his novels include The Sot-Weed Factor (1960), Giles Goat-Boy (1966), and Once Upon a Time (1994)
(German) (bart). Karl. 1886–1968, Swiss Protestant theologian. He stressed man’s dependence on divine grace in such works as Commentary on Romans (1919)

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