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Ewald calls it and other durable germs “sit-and-wait” pathogens.
He asked for a day to decide, and he traveled home from Berlin to talk with his father, Ewald von Kleist-Schmenzin.
Jamie McFadden writes in that Ewald-Heinrich von Kleist died on Friday at his home in Munich, Germany.
The first scientific historical work was by H. Ewald, Gesch.
Ewald considers that he belonged to the exile in Egypt, on account of his minute acquaintance with that country.
On this account the theory of Ewald, which throws the centre of gravity of the book into this passage in ch.
Ewald commenced his work in Africa on September 17th, 1832, by opening a mission at Algiers.
Ewald made a very successful beginning amongst the Jews of Tunis, and found an open door in that dark and benighted country.