Definition of Ehrenberg
1. Noun. Russian novelist (1891-1967).
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Literary usage of Ehrenberg
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1. Annals and Magazine of Natural History by William Jardine (1841)
"On the Composition of Chalk Rocks and Chalk Marl by invisible Organic Bodies : from the Observations of Dr. ehrenberg*. By THOMAS WEAVER, Esq., FRS, FGS, ..."
2. Vanished Arizona: Recollections of the Army Life of a New England Woman by Martha Summerhayes (1911)
"It was said that the climate of ehrenberg would have a magical effect upon all diseases of the lungs or throat. So, to save her boy, my sister made the long ..."
3. Biological Bulletin by Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.) (1916)
"... ehrenberg. WM. A. KEPNER AND JG EDWARDS, UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. ... parama'dum ehrenberg is perhaps ..."
4. A Manual of the Infusoria: Including a Description of All Known Flagellate by William Saville-Kent (1880)
"... ehrenberg. Animalcules free-swimming, elastic, but persistent in form, more or less elongate and lamellate ; the dorsal surface slightly convex, ..."
5. The Unity of the Organism; Or, The Organismal Conception of Life by William Emerson Ritter (1919)
"Clash Between ehrenberg and ... Few names are better known in protozoology than CG ehrenberg, whose monumental work, ..."
6. The microscope and its revelations by William Benjamin Carpenter (1856)
"ehrenberg at Cux- haven on the North Sea, they were afterwards found by him in ... ehrenberg in the chalks and marls of Sicily and Greece, and of Oran in ..."