Definition of Behrens
1. Noun. German architect known for his simple utilitarian factory buildings (1868-1940).
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Literary usage of Behrens
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1. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1901)
"Wlien Mrs. behrens caused the death of her husband, all her rights under the ... We have no occasion to determine whether or not Mrs. behrens can take ..."
2. Reports of Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of the State of Oregon by Oregon Supreme Court (1908)
"behrens, 47 Ohio St. 323 (25 NE 209: 21 Am. St. Rep. 820). Now, there is evidence on behalf of proponent of declarations of the testator made to the ..."
3. The Kinematics of Machinery: Outlines of a Theory of Machines by Franz Reuleaux (1876)
"Dart's or behrens' Chamber-wheel Gear. Plate XXXVI. Fig. 2 In the American section of the last Paris Exhibition there were two applications of the ..."
4. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1907)
"THE MOST RELIABLE VALUES OF THE HEIGHTS OF THE CENTRAL AFRICAN LAKES AND MOUNTAINS-* By Captain TT behrens, RE Now that the surfaces of the three principal ..."
5. Notes of a Pianist by Louis Moreau Gottschalk (1881)
"His servant Emile is an old sailor who reads Renan's ' Life of Jesus,' and is enraptured with the beauties of his style. behrens is a 19* ..."
6. Poisons: Their Effects and Detection by Alexander Wynter Blyth, Meredith Wynter Blyth (1906)
"The micro-chemical methods of behrens, aided by a few special tests, are useful for the identification ... behrens t divides the alkaloids as follows :— 1. ..."