- Adolf Ge·org Wilhelm [German gey-awrk] /German geɪˈɔrk/, 1891–1952, Swiss violinist, conductor, and composer, born in Germany.
- Fritz [frits] /frɪts/, 1890–1951, German conductor.
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Contemporary Examples of busch
Elizabeth Colbert (she pronounces it with a hard “r”) Busch knows loss well.Mark Sanford’s Formidable Opponent: Stephen Colbert’s Sister
April 29, 2013
And yet, because the Busch family controlled the company, August IV continued to rise.
In 1983, August Busch IV, then a 19-year-old student at the University of Arizona in 1983, crashed his Corvette.
Doranz went on several group trips to Disney World and Busch Gardens with Giovanditto.Murder in Celebration, Florida: The Victim’s Secret Life
Barbara Spindel, Maria Elena Fernandez
September 10, 2012
Inside the federal courtroom, Busch walked up to the podium with a limp and had a wheelchair nearby.Judge Denies Bail Request by Anthony Pellicano, Former Sleuth to the Stars
August 14, 2012
Historical Examples of busch
It was through him that Busch came to know the past life of Aristide Saccard.
He did business in connection with Busch, and also with La Mechain, whose cousin he was said to be.
The work of Busch is the more interesting as he has left a detailed account of it.Woman under Monasticism
Busch is at once simpler and more inventive than the English.The History of Modern Painting, Volume 2 (of 4)
Busch was obliged to assure them that the whole tale was a fabrication.Medieval English Nunneries c. 1275 to 1535
Eileen Edna Power