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a port city in northern Germany on the Elbe River that was founded by Charlemagne in the 9th century and is today the largest port in Germany

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Mark Hambourg, "How to Play Chopin and Beethoven," LHJXXII, no.
lt;< Pour ne pas s'enfermer dans le localisme >>, les auteurs cloturent cette partie par une comparaison avec les deux autres grandes villes de l'aeronautique, Hambourg et Seattle, auxquelles on refere habituellement Toulouse.
MARIA MORRIS HAMBOURG COAUTHORED THE FOUR-VOLUME WORK OF ATGET (MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, 1981-85) WITH JOHN SZARKOWSKI AND WAS HEAD OF THE PHOTOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT AT THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART FROM 1992 UNTIL 2004.
Les relations entre la France et les villes hanseatiques de Hambourg, Breme et Lubeck: Moyen Age-XI[X.
Guerrero moved to Canada in 1918, endorsed by the discerning Hambourg family, to teach in their conservatory (distinct from the Toronto Conservatory, which later became the Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto) and to play in the Hambourg Trio with violinist Jan and cellist Boris.
The grandeur of the neoclassical galleries in which it was presented, the individual attention that Hambourg lavished on the matting and framing of each photograph, the scholarship of the catalogue and, most of all, the quality of the works themselves, all made that exhibition a pivotal event that placed the Met in the top rank of museums exhibiting photography.
827-828 (Santa Marta, amende au consul a Hambourg, 1866).
Cinquieme conference internationale sur l'education des adultes, Hambourg, Allemagne, 14-18 juillet 1997.
One night before we were leaving for a concentration camp in Hambourg, Germany, on a train, in my visions I saw Jews being sent to a gas chamber with fear, anger and curses.
En consequence, les crevettes incriminees furent retirees de la vente dans les lander suivants: Saxe-Anhalt, Rhenanie du Nord Westphalie et Hambourg.
Supranational monetary unions in Europe Period Name Countries involved 1379, Hanseatic monetary Lubeck, Hambourg, renewed league (Wendische Lunenburg, Rostok, 1502-90 Munzverein) Stralsund and Wismar 1386, Monetary federation Koln, Hesse-Cassel, renewed of the Rhein Hesse-Darmstadt, 1572-90 (Rheinischer Hesse-Marburg, Hesse Munzbund) Reinfels, Mainz, Palatin, and Treveer 1566 South German Twenty south German monetary convention states.
A catalog of the exhibition by Maria Morris Hambourg, Jeff L.
Two very simple designs, Tales of an Empty Cabin, from 1957 and Filles de Hambourg, bound in 1972, introduce the collection with some student and early work -- just to show that even Wilcox began somewhere.