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Lehmann

[ ley-muhn; German ley-mahn ]

noun

  1. Lil·li [lil, -ee], 1848–1929, German operatic soprano.
  2. Lot·te [law, -t, uh], 1888–1976, German operatic soprano in the U.S.


Lehmann

/ ˈleɪmən /

noun

  1. LehmannLilli18481929FGermanMUSIC: soprano Lilli (ˈlɪlɪ). 1848–1929, German soprano
  2. LehmannLotte18881976FUSGermanMUSIC: soprano Lotte (ˈlɒtə). 1888–1976, US soprano, born in Germany
  3. LehmannRosamond (Nina)19031990FBritishWRITING: novelist Rosamond ( Nina ). 1903–90, British novelist. Her books include Dusty Answer (1927), Invitation to the Waltz (1932), and The Echoing Grove (1953)


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It was a cumbersome means of communication, but it was the best way for Lehmann and Unger to obtain the information, since both climbers are deaf.

Other climbers proved to be unhelpful and indecisive in answering their inquiries—Lehmann and Unger believe the climbers didn’t want to be responsible for their safety on the peak.

In The New York Times, book critic Christopher Lehmann-Haupt captured what was special—and frankly revolutionary—about the book.

I understand that he may even have failed at first to understand the meaning of the Lehmann Brothers collapse.

The most frequent change in slower poisoning is, according to Lehmann, œdema of the lungs.

The apparatus used by Hansen and Lehmann in their experiments consists of two large concave reflectors.

From the room above she heard the heavy dragging sound of Frau Lehmann's footsteps, and again the old thoughts worried Sabina.

So the large salon was shut at Lehmann's and the breakfast-room was all the accommodation the cafe afforded.

They were together in the little warm room stealing Herr Lehmann's wood.

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