- Hel·mut (Hein·rich Wal·de·mar) [hel-moo t hahyn-rik vahl-duh-mahr; German hel-moot hahyn-rikh vahl-duh-mahr] /ˈhɛl mʊt ˈhaɪn rɪk ˈvɑl dəˌmɑr; German ˈhɛl mut ˈhaɪn rɪx ˈvɑl dəˌmɑr/, born 1918, West German political leader: chancellor 1974–82.
- Michael JackMike, born 1949, U.S. baseball player.
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Examples from the Web for schmidt
So, Schmidt followed the gold rush to the El Paso mountains and claimed an area of mining land.
There were rumors that Schmidt was motivated by buried treasure or another secret of the mountain, but they were never proven.
Schmidt had arrived in California after his family had been wiped out by tuberculosis in his home state of Rhode Island.
For years, Schmidt lived in poverty, eating beans and mending his clothes with flour sacks.
After the tunnel was complete, Schmidt went about building a rail line through it.
"I've got a bed fixed up for you in the cook tent, Schmidt," said Ernest.
Many times during the afternoon he thought of Schmidt's remark.
At the Chinese restaurant where he went for his supper he saw Schmidt.
Ernest introduced Schmidt, who laughingly showed his muddy hands.
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- Helmut (Heinrich Waldemar) (ˈhɛlmuːt). born 1918, German Social Democrat statesman; chancellor of West Germany (1974–82)
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Word Origin and History for schmidt
type of astronomical telescope lens used for photography, 1939, from Estonian-born German optician Bernhard Voldemar Schmidt (1879-1935), who invented it.
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