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Horst Ulrich, a 72-year-old German on a trek with a group of friends, watched four Nepali guides swept away by an avalanche.
Horst preferred the original, the slight gap suggesting invitation.
There is Joan Crawford in a huge black hat, her face, said Horst, “is all make-up, a mask not a face.”
A new exhibition reveals the dark magic of legendary photographer Horst.
Maxine reunites with her husband, Horst, and her pursuit of Ice crystallizes into something cohesive.
The trouble with the Ditmars-Horst reactor was that it lacked any automatic negative-feedback system.
Shutting off the Ditmars-Horst would simply blow a hole in the crust of Luna and kill everyone if he did it now.
I am delighted with the roses and the closets and the horse-chestnut—especially the horst-chestnut.The Very Small Person|Annie Hamilton Donnell
An official document, quoted by Horst, narrates the particulars of the examination and burning of a disinterred vampire.The Superstitions of Witchcraft|Howard Williams
There is no need to labour this question; the horst cannot have existed.The Birth-Time of the World and Other Scientific Essays|J. (John) Joly