OTHER WORDS FROM HildebrandHil·de·bran·di·an, adjective, nounHil·de·brand·ine [hil-duh-bran-din, -dahyn], /ˈhɪl dəˌbræn dɪn, -daɪn/, adjective
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Hildebrand, who left his oil job to run Iron & Earth full-time, believes that Albertans are ready to embrace big changes.After the boom: Canada’s oil capital faces an uncertain future|kdunn6|September 21, 2020|Fortune
When Hitler became chancellor on Jan. 30, 1933, Hildebrand was confronted with a choice: Would he remain in Nazi Germany?
Hildebrand was keenly aware of the grievous failures of Christians under Nazism.
But few of us would recognize the name of Dietrich von Hildebrand, a German philosopher-turned-outspoken Nazi antagonist.
But perhaps it is precisely for this reason that the rediscovery of Dietrich von Hildebrand could not come at a better time.
One would be hard-pressed to find an earlier opponent of the Nazis than Dietrich von Hildebrand.
The stranger was Reinald, who had come forth on the same errand as Hildebrand.Theodoric the Goth|Thomas Hodgkin
“She can appeal to the ordeal of battle,” Hildebrand said, calmly.
The hangings parted and Hildebrand entered, exquisite, debonair, radiant.
“Now you are doomed indeed,” Hildebrand commented, ironically.
Hildebrand had raised his head, and mockery had given ground to surprise.