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Tauber

[ tou-ber ]

noun

  1. Richard, 1892–1948, Austrian tenor, in England after 1940.


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Example Sentences

It was an hour later that Black Hood came to an obscure little jewelry shop known simply as "Tauber's."

A third hood put in his appearance from the front of the store and a fourth came out of Tauber's private office.

Murphy went back very fast and didn't stop until he had rammed into the Tauber safe.

Stuttgart opened its gates, and Turenne established himself at Marienthal on the river Tauber.

I shall retire along the Tauber with the cavalry and make for Hesse, do you march with all speed for that river.

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