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Schurz

[ shurz, shurts, shoorts ]

noun

  1. Carl, 1829–1906, U.S. general, statesman, and newspaperman; born in Germany.


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Their movement diverged from that of Schurz, and opened an interval in the line between Milroy and Stahel.

Schurz was also asking aid, and to meet their calls Stahel was hastily moved by the right flank across the fields towards Milroy.

Schurz, ever mightier with the pen than the sword, evinced a marvelous capacity to absorb reinforcements.

The second selection is characteristic of the oratory of Mr. Schurz during his later years.

Roosevelt raged, but refused to follow Curtis and Schurz, who hinted darkly at "bolting the ticket."

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