- Chris·toph Mar·tin [kris-tawf mahr-teen] /ˈkrɪs tɔf ˈmɑr tin/, 1733–1813, German poet, novelist, and critic.
- Hein·rich [hahyn-rikh] /ˈhaɪn rɪx/, 1877–1957, German chemist: Nobel prize 1927.
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I know and love Wieland's work, but this piece had passed me by.World's TRULY Oldest Cat Video
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It was at the ball given by the Grand Duchess that he asked for Wieland.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte
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The short-sightedness of Wieland has also been detected in his poetry.Introduction to Robert Browning
Of this latter class the most remarkable were Herder and Wieland.The Life of Friedrich Schiller
Napoleon made an effort to dazzle Goethe and Wieland with the brilliancy of his culture.Talleyrand
Wieland was invited to assist in person at the production of his opera.Life Of Mozart, Vol. 1 (of 3)
- the German name for Wayland
- Christoph Martin (ˈkrɪstɔf ˈmartiːn). 1733–1813, German writer, noted esp for his verse epic Oberon (1780)
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Wieland(vē′länt′)Heinrich Otto 1877-1957
- German chemist. He won a 1927 Nobel Prize for his research on bile acids.
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