Of all the botanists of the Renaissance, Fuchs is perhaps the one who deserves most to be held in honour.
Fuchs, who was the only cabinetmaker in the neighbourhood was set to work on a coffin.
Fuchs, in the preface of his Historia stirpium , referred with unsparing touch to Egenolphs botanical mistakes.
A large proportion of them are ultimately derived from those of Fuchs.
She turned to Otto and whispered, 'Can't you start a hymn, Fuchs?
The above is based chiefly on the works of Fuchs and Mattioli.
When we found him, everything was decent except'—Fuchs wrinkled his brow and hesitated—'except what he couldn't nowise foresee.
But Fuchs did not think so—he strongly objected to the other name!
He, too, seemed to consider Fuchs in some fashion to blame. '
Fuchs is keenly indignant at the ignorance of herbs displayed even by medical men.