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Heidegger

[hahy-deg-er, -di-ger] /ˈhaɪ dɛg ər, -dɪ gər/
noun
1.
Martin, 1889–1976, German philosopher and writer.
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  • Handel cannot possibly have ever heard her sing; it has been suggested that she was engaged by Heidegger.

    Handel Edward J. Dent
  • It seems fairly certain also that Heidegger was none too loyal as a partner.

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  • They had no difficulty in seducing, first Senesino, then Montagnana, and finally Heidegger.

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  • Heidegger's tires were Palmer's, leaving longitudinal stripes.

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  • "You shall judge for yourself, my dear colonel," replied Dr. Heidegger.

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  • Captain Heidegger, you are safe, here, in using these reproachful terms.

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  • I cannot leave you, Captain Heidegger without one word of justification.

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Heidegger

/German ˈhaidɛɡər/
noun
1.
Martin (ˈmartiːn). 1889–1976, German existentialist philosopher: he expounded his ontological system in Being and Time (1927)
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