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Schacht

[shahkht]
noun
  1. (Horace Greeley) Hjal·mar [yahl-mahr] /ˈyɑl mɑr/, 1877–1970, German financier: acting minister of national economy 1934–37.
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Historical Examples of schacht

  • These are the conclusions determined by Schacht, in his memoir on the subject.

    Fungi: Their Nature and Uses

    Mordecai Cubitt Cooke

  • At Teneriffe, Dr. Schacht found the fungus widely spread, notwithstanding the application of sulphur.

  • Them spots aint in the goods, chuckled Mr. Schacht in an un-Parisian voice.

    Left Half Harmon

    Ralph Henry Barbour

  • Schacht ascribes to the forest a specific, if not a measurable, influence upon the constitution of the atmosphere.

    Man and Nature

    George P. Marsh

  • Schacht says that the wind for nearly two years had been steadily from the North, or veering to the East or West.