The main effort in the attack was carried out by the infamous Waffen SS 6th panzer Army.
On this subject reference should be made to panzer, Studien zur germ.
panzer, a cuirass, is etymologically a pauncher, or defence for the paunch.
panzer exaggerates the case against his own theory when he quotes only six versions as omitting the princesses (p. 122).
No trace of it has since been found and panzer and Hain were able only to copy the catalogue description.
panzer notices over 250 works executed (by nearly forty printers) here during the quarter of a century which followed.
panzer tells us about a group of three women-saints, to whom we shall presently return.
The editions of the vulgate registered in panzer are ninety-one, exclusive of some spurious or suspected.
The Introduction to Part i. gives a valuable résumé of the study of scientific bibliography from panzer in 1793.
Eleven editions are enumerated by panzer in the fifteenth century.
1940, from of German Panzerdivision "armored unit," from Panzer "tank," literally "armor," from Middle High German panzier, from Old French panciere "armor for the belly," from pance "belly, stomach," from Latin pantex (genitive panticis) "belly" (see paunch).