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  • 1Der nette Mann — Studio album by Böhse Onkelz Released 1984 …

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  • 2Der Dativ ist dem Genitiv sein Tod — (German: The Dative is to the Genitive its death) is a series of books by Bastian Sick which deal in an entertaining manner with areas of contention in grammar, orthography, and punctuation, and unappealing and clumsy uses of the German language …

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  • 3Der Plan — Origin Düsseldorf, Germany Genres Neue Deutsche Welle Years active 1979–1992 2003–2007 (as Der Plan v4.0) Labels Ata Tak …

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  • 4Der Spiegel — Editor in Chief Georg Mascolo Categories News magazine Frequency Weekly (on Mondays) Circulation …

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  • 5Der von Kürenberg — (Codex Manesse, 14th Century) Der von Kürenberg or Der Kürenberger (Kuerenberg, Kuerenberger, fl. mid 12th century) was an middle age poet, and one of the first named poets to write in Old High German language. He was a nobleman, possibly from… …

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  • 6Der Müller und sein Kind — Directed by Walter Friedemann Produced by Österreichisch Ungarische Kinoindustrie Starring Max Bing Cinematography Joseph De …

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  • 7Der Ring des Nibelungen — (The Ring of the Nibelung) is a cycle of four epic operas (or dramas to use the composer s preferred term) by the German composer Richard Wagner (1813–83). The works are based loosely on characters from the Norse sagas and the Nibelungenlied. The …

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  • 8Der Bund — front page of 15 October 2009 …

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  • 9Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen — ( Hell s vengeance boils in my heart ) is the second aria sung by a coloratura soprano role Queen of the Night in Mozart s opera The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflöte). Contents 1 The aria 2 Music 3 Lyrics …

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  • 10Der Jasager — (literally The Yes Sayer also translated as The Affirmer or He Said Yes) is an opera (specifically a Schuloper or school opera ) by Kurt Weill to a German libretto by Bertolt Brecht (after Elisabeth Hauptmann s translation from Arthur Waley s… …

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  • 11Der Luftpirat und sein Lenkbares Luftschiff — ( The Air Pirate and His Steerable Airship ) was a German dime novel with 165 issues from 1908 1911. [cite book | title = The New encyclopedia of science fiction | page = p.196 | author = James E. Gunn | year = 1988 | isbn = 067081041X ] [cite… …

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  • 12Der Doppelgänger — is one of the six songs from Franz Schubert s Schwanengesang that sets words by Heinrich Heine for piano and tenor voice. It was written in 1828, the year of Schubert s death. Contents 1 Text 2 English Interpretation 3 Context …

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  • 13Der Hamburger und Germania Ruder Club — is a rowing club in Hamburg, Germany. It was founded in 1836 as Der Hamburger Ruder Club, the club is the fourth oldest rowing club in the world (2nd if only counting non academically affiliated clubs) after Brasenose College Boat Club, Jesus… …

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  • 14Der Nister — (front center) sitting behind Marc Chagall at the Malakhovka Jewish boys refuge. Der Nister (Yiddish: דער נסתּר; Berdychiv, Ukraine in 1884 – 1950 the Soviet Gulag) was the penname of Pinchus Kahanovich (פנחס כהנאָוויטש), a …

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  • 15Der Barbier von Bagdad — (The Barber of Baghdad) is a comic opera in two acts by Peter Cornelius to a German libretto by the composer, based on The Tale of the Tailor and The Barber’s Stories of his Six Brothers in A Thousand and One Nights. The first of three operas by… …

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  • 16Der Morgen — (The Morning) was a daily newspaper published in the GDR. Der Morgen was the central organ of the Liberal Democratic Party of Germany. It was published from August 3, 1945 on, six times a week. The premises of the first issue declared as its goal …

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  • 17Der Löwe — (1944–1973) was a successful stud stallion who had a great impact on the breeding of Warmbloods, and is thought by some to be one of the most important post war stallions to stand at stud.[1] Color: Dark brown Markings: sock RH, snip Height: 15.2 …

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  • 18Der goldene Pierrot — (The Golden Pierrot) is an operetta in eight scenes by Walter Goetze to a libretto by Oskar Felix and Otto Kleinert. It premiered on 31 March 1934 at the Theater des Westens in Berlin. Contents 1 Roles 2 Plot …

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  • 19Der Sturm — for October 1917. Cover art by Rudolf Bauer Der Sturm (German: The Storm) was a magazine covering the expressionism movement founded in Berlin in 1910 by Herwarth Walden. It ran weekly until monthly in 1914, and became a quarterly in 1924 until… …

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  • 20Der Schuh des Manitu — Directed by Michael Herbig Produced by Michael Herbig …

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