Bonhoeffer

[bawn-hœ-fuhr]
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  • Bonhoeffer describes a type that follows a febrile Daemmerzustand of a few hours or a day at most.

    Benign Stupors

    August Hoch

  • Bonhoeffer justly termed them “wild men”, for wild indeed they are when in one of their tantrums.

  • Bonhoeffer in a study of 221 cases of insane criminals found 0.5 per cent of malingerers.

  • Bonhoeffer, in a study of 221 cases, found only 0.5 per cent of malingering.


British Dictionary definitions for bonhoeffer

Bonhoeffer

noun
  1. Dietrich (ˈdiːtrɪç). 1906–45, German Lutheran theologian: executed by the Nazis
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