[ey-bert; German ey-buh rt]
- Frie·drich [free-drikh] /ˈfri drɪx/, 1871–1925, first president of Germany 1919–25.
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Examples from the Web for 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.”
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Ebert's work is somewhat out of date now, but it still has its use.How to Form a Library, 2nd ed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)