Hameln


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  • noun

Synonyms for Hameln

a town in northern Germany (near Hanover) that is famous as the setting for the legend of the Pied Piper

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To meet current and future demand for parenteral products, family run hameln pharmaceuticals has built a state-of-the art facility at its manufacturing campus in Hameln, Germany.
In a footnote, she places her autobiographical undertaking in the context of the memoirs of other Jewish women such as Glueckel von Hameln and Pauline Wengeroff, rather than refer to the many Christian women autobiographers who had preceded her, most notably, her fellow Carmelites Therese of Lisieux and Teresa of Avila, whose autobiography had played such a significant role in Stein's final decision to convert to Catholicism.
Yet it is worth remembering that Doyle accompanied Hesse to Germany in 1964-65 (she had not returned since escaping a Nazi pogrom, with her sister, Helen, at the age of two), and that they paid a visit to her hometown of Hameln, where the occupants of the family house refused to let her inside.
Gautier's affinities with Browning do not begin and end with the ballet, entitled Le Preneur de rats de Hameln, on which he was at work (dictating the scenario to his son-in-law) in his final few days of life.
In addition to this influence, there was also the discovery and publication of the memoirs of Ghuckel of Hameln.
The 29 chapters in this volume were drawn from the Potato 2006 congress, held in September 2006 in Hameln, Germany.
The French squad and its media have moved en masse to the town of Hamlyn - the Germans call it Hameln - for the duration of the World Cup.
Among other familiar ones are William Tell, Prester John, the Man in the Moon, Saint Patrick's purgatory, the piper of Hameln, swan-maidens, and Theophilus.
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, November 2003: Young Salz, who suffers from terrible coughs and often cannot catch his breath, lives in the medieval German town of Hameln.
Schwartz, "Henrietta Szold Meets Gluckel of Hameln," Judaism (Spring, 2002): 201-14.
The reasoning is reminiscent of a tale Gluckel of Hameln related to her progeny.
Felicitas Hoppe, born in 1960 in Hameln, studied Comparative Literature and Rhetoric at Tubingen, Berlin, Rome, and in the United States.
Bank's largest shareholders are BGAG Beteiligungsgesellschaft der Gewerkschaften AG ("BGAG"), Frankfurt, Germany, and BHW Holding AG ("BHW"), Hameln, Germany.
In the Jewish museum in Berlin, what is distinctive is the concentration given to a specific woman in early German Jewish history, Gluckl van Hameln, and the device of explaining the seventeenth century perspective of women through Gluckl's experience as wife, mother and business woman.