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Schwarz

[shwawrts; German shvahrts] /ʃwɔrts; German ʃvɑrts/
noun
1.
Hermann Amandus
[her-mahn ah-mahn-doo s] /ˈhɛr mɑn ɑˈmɑn dʊs/ (Show IPA),
1843–1921, German mathematician.
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  • Schwarz stands behind the ottoman, his palette and brushes in his hands.

    Erdgeist (Earth-Spirit) Frank Wedekind
  • Schwarz dips his brush in the oil and draws it over the features of the face.

    Erdgeist (Earth-Spirit) Frank Wedekind
  • Stands down right, behind Schwarz and compares the picture with Lulu.

    Erdgeist (Earth-Spirit) Frank Wedekind
  • Schwarz signs to her to go out, which she does, slyly smiling.

    Erdgeist (Earth-Spirit) Frank Wedekind
  • It did not take Mr. Schwarz long to make clear the object of his visit.

    The Music Master

    Charles Klein

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