Definition of Egers
1. eger [n] - See also: eger
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Literary usage of Egers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Chemistry of Food and Nutrition by Henry Clapp Sherman (1918)
"In the meantime, Kunkel and egers studied especially the influence of iron ... According to egers, the regeneration of blood after severe losses (one third ..."
2. A History of English Dramatic Literature to the Death of Queen Anne by Adolphus William Ward (1875)
"The scene of this anything but admirable play lies alternately at 'egers' and at the Emperor's Court. Wallenstein is an ambitious ruffian who murders his ..."
3. Some Account of the English Stage: From the Restoration in 1660 to 1830 by John Genest (1832)
"Gordon, the Governour of egers, receives Wallenstein with the greatest honours —Wallenstein retires to rest—as Col. Newman and three other of Wallenstein's ..."
4. Vital Records of Weymouth, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 by Weymouth (Mass (1910)
"Zeruiah, Mrs., and Capt. Andrew Thomas, int. Nov. 24, 1844. AGER (see Agar, Agers, Agres, Eager, Eagers, egers), Lydia and Lewis ..."
5. Old English Drama: A Selection of Plays from the Old English Dramatists (1825)
"Letters from Colonel Leslie, ar, from egers. Emp. This is our latest hope: he writes roe word, That the arch traitor, and his prime confederates, ..."
6. The Book of Delight, and Other Papers by Israel Abrahams (1912)
"I cite the metrical German version of Dr. egers, because I have found it impossible to reproduce (Dr. egers is not very precise or happy in his attempt to ..."