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Eberhard

/German ˈeːbərˌhart/
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1.
Johann August (joˈhan ˈaʊɡʊst). 1739–1809, German philosopher and lexicographer, best known for his German dictionary (1795–1802)
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  • eberhard Amelungen sank back in his stool in a state of collapse.

  • But that would declare her marriage with eberhard Ludwig to be a farce, she reflected.

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  • At this moment eberhard Ludwig entered, leading the Erbprinz by the hand.

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  • eberhard Ludwig pointed towards them and a sigh escaped his lips.

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  • eberhard Ludwig caught her hand; raising it to his lips he murmured 'To-morrow!'

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  • At one of the windows stood eberhard Ludwig, beside him Wilhelmine.

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  • She held out her hands in a gesture of appeal: 'eberhard, be just to me!

    A German Pompadour Marie Hay
  • eberhard Ludwig was poet and lover, and he lost his head on this occasion.

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  • eberhard Ludwig caught her hand, and his own trembled a little.

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