Origin of spiegeleisen
Examples from the Web for spiegel
His gravestone, which read "Ich hab's gewagt," or "I have dared," was taken down, according to Germany's Spiegel Online.
"Ideally [Karr/Reich wanted] people with children or children themselves, like me," Spiegel, now 19, tells The Daily Beast.
Note: Sax and Spiegel will be appearing on the Today show on Wednesday morning to discuss John Mark Karr.
"I had to listen to him all the time talk about how heartbroken and bitter he was about Brooke," Spiegel says.
"All the kids were in love with Mr. Karr," Spiegel tells The Daily Beast.
On all other points Dr. Spiegel admits the two accounts differ, but they are said to agree again in the temptation and the fall.
On the other hand, the ores of the United States as a whole are better adapted to the manufacture of spiegel.The Economic Aspect of Geology|C. K. Leith
The same remark applies to all the rest of Dr. Spiegel's arguments.
It is merely a guess that saraçtibara means bow-bearer; Spiegel, "Keilinschriften," s. 106.The History of Antiquity|Max Duncker
Es steckt nicht in Spiegel was man im Spiegel sieht—That is not in the mirror which you see in the mirror.