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Tauber

[tou-ber]
noun
  1. Richard,1892–1948, Austrian tenor, in England after 1940.
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Historical Examples

  • In Franconia one of its chief seats was the considerable town of Rothenburg, on the Tauber.

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    Ernest Belfort Bax

  • But Tauber continued to call for death rather than that he should deny the Gospel.

  • Similarly, Griffiths and Tauber (1942a) found that isolation extended the period of nymphal development in Periplaneta americana.

  • 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.