Hartmann

[hahrt-mahn, -muh n; German hahrt-mahn]
noun
  1. (Karl Ro·bert) E·du·ard von [kahrl roh-buhrt ey-doo-ahrt fuh n] /kɑrl ˈroʊ bərt ˈeɪ duˌɑrt fən/, 1842–1906, German philosopher.
  2. Ni·co·la·i [nee-kaw-lah-ee, nee-kaw-lahy] /ˌni kɔˈlɑ i, ˈni kɔˌlaɪ/, 1882–1950, German philosopher, born in Latvia.
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Contemporary Examples of hartmann

  • Hartmann, author of the new memoir So Far Away, describes how she dealt with this tragic reality.

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    My Mother's Lifelong Mission—to End Her Life

    Christine W. Hartmann

    November 18, 2011

  • Like Hartmann, Miller is out to prove that progressive radio can be commercially successful.

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    The Next Glenn Beck

    Samuel P. Jacobs

    February 7, 2010

  • The figure on the right who Hartmann may most resemble—indeed, he calls him a “role model”—is not Beck but Michael Savage.

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    The Next Glenn Beck

    Samuel P. Jacobs

    February 7, 2010

  • Miller is syndicated by Dial Global like Hartmann, her fellow liberal.

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    The Next Glenn Beck

    Samuel P. Jacobs

    February 7, 2010

Historical Examples of hartmann

  • The friendship of his wife with Hartmann, the great financier, had been very useful to him.

    A Zola Dictionary

    J. G. Patterson

  • Then I had best call upon him, and arrange for letters to Dr. Hartmann.

    The Ivory Snuff Box

    Arnold Fredericks

  • That it had been stolen she knew; that it had not yet been delivered to Dr. Hartmann she also knew.

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    Arnold Fredericks

  • Doctor Hartmann brought his fist down upon the desk with a bang.

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    Arnold Fredericks

  • I want the money first, and I cannot deliver it to any one but Dr. Hartmann.

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    Arnold Fredericks