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Synonyms for anvil

a heavy block of iron or steel on which hot metals are shaped by hammering

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the ossicle between the malleus and the stapes

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Cultural visits can be thirsty work and we found a beautiful beer garden at Kneipe Amboss in the old town.
The first section charts Spielhagen's life and the beginnings of his writing up to his early literary success in the 1860s with novels such as Problematische Naturen (1862), In Reih' und Glied (1866), and Hammer und Amboss (1869).As in the book's third section on Spielhagen's later novels, quite a lot of space is given to plot summaries as the basis for brief interpretations focusing on key characters, motifs, and themes such as Spielhagen's Goethe reception, his interest in Ferdinand Lassalle as a problematic model of socialist power politics, and his interest in industrialization and technological progress.
Uber das Mobilisiener des Steigbugels durch Ausschneiden des Trommelfelles, Hammers und Amboss bei undurch gangigkeit der Tuba.
(1862; Through Night to Light), Hammer und Amboss, 5 vol.
zwischen Amboss und Hammer Between anvil and hammer.