noun, plural jo·han·nes.
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The first article, published in March 2000, was on atonality by a scholar at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany.
Enter Johannes Kopf and his so-called “hyperlapse” technology, shown in the video below.
Prior to Dubacher, Brother Johannes Leutenegger spent 25 years as the Verena hermit.Swiss Town: Have Cave, Want (Social and Outgoing) Hermit|Nina Strochlic|May 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
First, Father Johannes Baptiste is found in the rectory, his throat slit.
They are on view in the group show called “Cleaning Up”, curated by Samuel Draxler for Johannes Vogt Gallery in New York.
Outside, the demons yelled and screeched still louder, and the downward motion was so apparent that Johannes grew dizzy.
When the sampans came ashore Captain Johannes Maartens was all interest, for here were silks again.The Jacket (The Star-Rover)|Jack London
Johannes retained her hand, while he looked into her eyes with passionate devotion.
Johannes, stunned by renewed pain, passed on through the cheering like one deafened and stupefied.
Johannes felt his heart thumping again, for he heard coming the very one of whom they were speaking.