The symphony is dedicated to Count Oppersdorff, a silesian nobleman.
And so, in effect, to give up the silesian Invasion for this time.
The silesian said no more, but he put on the reserved, circumspect manner of people who know and will not speak.
Neipperg and the generality of them, in that luckless silesian Business?
He could even pelt the man next but one in his native tongue, calling the silesian "Uebermensch."
The silesian native oxide of zinc contains from 11⁄2 to 11 per cent.
From the silesian Catholics he could hardly expect anything but resistance.
His blood had been distributed among the silesian communities.
Then he went as assistant to the town band of the silesian town of Grneberg.
It is to this silesian peasant that Marx dedicated the first volume of "Capital."
former eastern German province, now southwestern Poland, from Latinized form of German Schliesen (Polish Slask), from the name of a river and a mountain there, from Silingi or Silingae, name of a Vandalic (Germanic) people who supposedly had a religious center at the mountain. Related: Silesian. In reference to cloth imported from there from 1670s, especially "a thin cotton cloth, commonly twilled, used for linings for women's dresses and men's garments."