- a variety of eating apple having a pale green skin and crisp tart flesh
C19: named after Sturmer, Suffolk
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But a permanent peace is not wanted by Sturmer and Protopopov, they wish to keep the people under the heel of a strong Germany.The Russian Revolution; The Jugo-Slav Movement
Alexander Petrunkevitch, Samuel Northrup Harper, Frank Alfred Golder, Robert Joseph Kerner
But the new minister showed himself in close harmony with Sturmer, and presently this last hope was destroyed.
Let them prevail, these 'Sturmer und Dranger,' for they are the fathers and brothers of my Wolfgang.Old Fritz and the New Era
Sturmer proposed to his Cabinet the dissolution of the Duma, but failed to obtain the support of a majority.Bolshevism
Then Sturmer turned deliberately to suppress the democratic organizations.