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schiller

1

[ shil-er ]

noun

  1. a bronzelike luster, sometimes with iridescence, occurring on certain minerals.


Schiller

2

[ shil-er ]

noun

  1. Ferdinand Can·ning Scott [kan, -ing], 1864–1937, English philosopher in the U.S.
  2. Jo·hann Chris·toph Frie·drich von [yoh, -hahn , kris, -tawf , free, -d, r, i, kh, f, uh, n], 1759–1805, German poet, dramatist, and historian.
  3. Astronomy. an elliptical walled plain in the third quadrant of the face of the moon: about 112 miles (180 km) in length and 60 miles (100 km) in width.

Schiller

1

/ ˈʃɪlər /

noun

  1. SchillerJohann Christoph Friedrich von17591805MGermanWRITING: poetTHEATRE: dramatistHISTORY: historianWRITING: critic Johann Christoph Friedrich von (joˈhan ˈkrɪstɔf ˈfriːdrɪç fɔn). 1759–1805, German poet, dramatist, historian, and critic. His concern with the ideal freedom of the human spirit to rise above the constraints placed upon it is reflected in his great trilogy Wallenstein (1800) and in Maria Stuart (1800)


schiller

2

/ ˈʃɪlə /

noun

  1. an unusual iridescent or metallic lustre in some minerals caused by internal reflection from certain inclusions such as gas cavities or mineral intergrowths. Formula: NaFe 3 B 3 Al 3 (Al 3 Si 6 O 27 )(OH) 4

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Word History and Origins

Origin of schiller1

1795–1805; < German: play of colors, glitter

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Word History and Origins

Origin of schiller1

C19: from German Schiller iridescence, from Old High German scilihen to blink

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Example Sentences

On the other hand, when scientists use CRISPR outside of the body, says Schiller, they can sequence genomes to detect any rogue editing.

Though controversial at the time, Schiller says this decision has made posts about student elections more productive ever since.

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Part of that is because TikTok has higher engagement rates than other social platforms, according to Bonner and Schiller.

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PopSugar’s campaign for hair product company Batiste had double the completion rate that is typically seen on its Instagram and Facebook videos, according to Schiller.

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Group Nine has done two virtual built-if-sold events since going remote, according to Schiller, both sold to Campbell Soup.

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Dr. Schiller sees a future where players can be compensated and colleges spin off the sports programs into a private entity.

Our fourth employee, Amy Schiller, unlocked the secrets of Jewish philanthropy.

“Basically, the shoe is based on how we see Generation Y,” Schiller told The Daily Beast.

“This is an amazing new edition to our iPad family,” Schiller said of the Mini.

Schiller responded only briefly, saying “I know” or that she understood what Templar was saying, without endorsing his views.

Chapelaine celebrated her in 12 times 1200 verses; Southey has made her the subject of an epic, and Schiller of a tragedy.

His works are a magnificent library in themselves—and I could almost say, be contented to learn German and to read Schiller.

In short, I won a little upon old Schiller; I looked at him more attentively, and he no longer appeared forbidding.

Still I could hear all that Schiller said, and had a keen perception, both of what had passed and was passing.

One morning, while thus engaged, as Schiller turned a few steps from the door, poor Kunda offered me a piece of white bread.

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