Meissner Meiss·ner (mīs'nər), Georg. 1829-1905.
German physiologist and anatomist known for his microscopic investigations of the skin and the vestibular and cochlear nerves.
Such were to me the few brief moments in which I stood upon the meissner hill that overhangs my native city.
meissner records a similar augmentation in Polygonum orientale.
They had had practically nothing in the house, he knew, and poor meissner could not feed four extra mouths.
The man had said he was a Socialist, but meissner did not believe him.
Our knowledge of the documents of this period is due chiefly to Strassmaier and meissner.
meissner exhibited the roll, and Jimmie stared with wide-open eyes.
meissner had written a dissertation in 1882, De servitute babylonico-assyriaca (Leipzig), which still deserves to be consulted.
meissner offered to take Jimmie to meet him, and so the two bolted their suppers and set out at top speed.
Dr. meissner first made a detailed outline of his work, which he elaborated with great care.
A number had been drafted—which meissner considered deliberate conspiracy on the part of the draft-boards.