Karl A·dolph [kahrl ah-dolf], /kɑrl ˈɑ dɒlf/, 1846–96, Danish linguist.
a male given name, form of Warner.
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How to use Verner in a sentence
“Universal masking in the school setting will be expected to significantly reduce the risk of in-school transmission, school outbreaks and school closures,” Verner wrote in a statement.Texas district closes schools after covid kills two teachers in one week | Timothy Bella | September 1, 2021 | Washington Post
In those cases, Verner says, banks reduce lending, leaving businesses and households with less access to the credit that fuels economic growth.
Two years later, in 1963, the Supreme Court stepped through that door in Sherbert v. Verner.Waiting for the Supreme Court on the Hobby Lobby Decision | Geoffrey R. Stone | June 18, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Though Verner had shaken hands with him, it had been with reluctance and marked coldness.
Colonel Verner had not come in, so that Alice had not had an opportunity of speaking to her father.
Verner said nothing in return, but he gave a look to show his intense displeasure.
The only person who differed from the majority was Harry Verner, a midshipman of about his own age.
As for Mary Verner, I couldn't in my sleep conjure up her image.Mathieu Ropars: et cetera | William Young