Definition of Schanze

1. schanse [n -S] - See also: schanse



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Schanze

scetch
sch-23390
schH
schachnerite
schadenfreude
schadenfreuder
schadenfreuders
schadenfreudes
schafarzikite
schairerite
schallerite
schanse
schanses
schantze
schantzes
schanze (current term)
schanzes
schapbachite
schappe
schapped
schappes
schapska
schapskas
scharlach red
schatchen
schatchens
schatzki ring
schaurteite
schav

Literary usage of Schanze

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Meyers Hand-Lexikon Des Allgemeinen Wissens: Mit Technologischen und (1883)
"... schanze (v. fr. ... Wagnis, Vorteil- Daher ,etwas in die S. schlagen', •. vw aufs Spiel setzen. schanze ..."

2. A Manual of Bacteriology by Herbert Upham Williams (1908)
"schanze Microtome. and drain off the water, leaving the sections adhering to the glass in their proper positions. Let them dry for some hours in the ..."

3. Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1888)
"To a large schanze microtome, which is used principally for cutting tissues embedded in celloidin, an arrangement has been fitted (Fig. ..."

4. Die Occupation Bosniens und Der Hercegovina Durch K.k.truppen Im Jahre 1878 by Kriegsarchir, Austria Kriegsarchiv, Austria (1879)
"Compagnie die Umfassung der schanze von Norden, während Major Koller vor der ... Das Feuer in der schanze, ursprünglich heftig, begann jetzt zu erlahmen, ..."

5. Journal of Applied Microscopy by Bausch & Lomb Optical Company (1903)
"schanze is an instrument maker in Leipzig, and copied in part the system of construction used by Leyser, for he employed a horizontal way along which the ..."

6. Geschichte und Kunstdenkmäler Der Stadt Reval by Eugen von Nottbeck (1896)
"Die Angreifer zerstörten zwar die schanze, doch wurde sie in der folgenden Nacht noch stärker wieder hergestellt und mit Blockhäusern versehen. ..."

7. Switzerland and the Adjacent Portions of Italy, Savoy, and Tyrol: Handbook by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1905)
"... to the Art and Natural History Museums ; lastly walk past the new Post Office to the Grosse schanze. See alao the walk from the Helvetia-Platz (p. 171). ..."

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