- Frie·drich [free-drikh] /ˈfri drɪx/, 1871–1925, first president of Germany 1919–25.
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Contemporary Examples of ebert
Only-child Ebert came to realize, Chaz Ebert says, that Siskel had become “the big brother he never had.”
Ebert founded a website he referred to as “my blog” and invited other critics, all of course lesser-known than him, to contribute.
Ebert gave James the proverbial two thumbs up, and the project was a go.
Still, the program, along with his many books on film, elevated Ebert to “rock star status,” says James.
Ebert wrote that the film announces “the arrival of an important new director.”
Historical Examples of ebert
A man named Ebert built this house and occupied it as a private residence.The Old Pike
Thomas B. Searight
Ebert's work is somewhat out of date now, but it still has its use.How to Form a Library, 2nd ed
H. B. Wheatley
The best-known apparatus for the purpose is that devised by Ebert.
I can find no mention of it either in Panzer or Brunet or Ebert.
Ought one not absolutely to repudiate them in the Ebert Republic?Dictatorship vs. Democracy
- Friedrich. (ˈfriːdrɪç). 1871–1925, German Social Democratic statesman; first president of the German Republic (1919–25)