[hahrt-mahn, -muh n; German hahrt-mahn]
- (Karl Ro·bert) E·du·ard von [kahrl roh-buh rt ey-doo-ahrt fuh n] /kɑrl ˈroʊ bərt ˈeɪ duˌɑrt fən/, 1842–1906, German philosopher.
- Ni·co·la·i [nee-kaw-lah-ee, nee-kaw-lahy] /ˌni kɔˈlɑ i, ˈni kɔˌlaɪ/, 1882–1950, German philosopher, born in Latvia.
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Examples from the Web for hartmann
Hartmann, author of the new memoir So Far Away, describes how she dealt with this tragic reality.My Mother's Lifelong Mission—to End Her Life
Christine W. Hartmann
November 18, 2011
Like Hartmann, Miller is out to prove that progressive radio can be commercially successful.
The figure on the right who Hartmann may most resemble—indeed, he calls him a “role model”—is not Beck but Michael Savage.
Miller is syndicated by Dial Global like Hartmann, her fellow liberal.
The friendship of his wife with Hartmann, the great financier, had been very useful to him.A Zola Dictionary
J. G. Patterson
Then I had best call upon him, and arrange for letters to Dr. Hartmann.
Doctor Hartmann brought his fist down upon the desk with a bang.
That it had been stolen she knew; that it had not yet been delivered to Dr. Hartmann she also knew.
Above all things, the delivery of the snuff box to Hartmann must be prevented.