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59 example sentences with  struve

59 example sentences with struve

Although he was not able to commit the meeting to a definitely monarchical policy, he had influence enough to counteract the attempts of Struve and Hecker to carry a proposal for the proclamation of a republic; and his influence increased during the later phases of the movement.

"Herr Struve, the director of the Pulkova Observatory, is at Greenwich, with his son Karl.

"Herr Struve's mission in England is to see if he can connect the trigonometrical surveys of the two countries.

"So we went out, Professor Airy and myself, Professor Powell and Mrs. Sabine, General Sabine and Mrs. Powell, Mr. Charles Struve and Miss S., Mr. Main, Mrs. Airy, and Professor Struve.

"So we went out, Professor Airy and myself, Professor Powell and Mrs. Sabine, General Sabine and Mrs. Powell, Mr. Charles Struve and Miss S., Mr. Main, Mrs. Airy, and Professor Struve.

He talked of the great 'Leviathan' which he and Struve had just visited, then anecdotes were told by others, then they went on to comic poetry.

"When the dinner was over, the ladies left the room, and the gentlemen remained over their wine; but not for long, for Mr. Airy does not like it, and Struve hates it.

Well might Struve say that 'An observatory should be simply a box to hold instruments.'

"I had letters to the director, Otto von Struve, but our consul declared that I must also have one from him, for Struve was a very great man.

"I had letters to the director, Otto von Struve, but our consul declared that I must also have one from him, for Struve was a very great man.

"The director of the observatory is Otto Struvehis father, Wilhelm Struve, preceded him in this office.

Properly, the director is Herr Von Struve; but the old Russian custom is still in use, and the servants call him Wilhelm-vitch; that is, 'the son of William.'

"Herr Struve received us courteously, and an assistant was called to show us the instruments.

"They seem to be amused at the size of their lodgings, for Mr. Struve, when he told me of his apartments, gave me at once the dimensions,200 ft. by 100 ft. "The room in which we dined with the family of Herr Struve was immense.

"They seem to be amused at the size of their lodgings, for Mr. Struve, when he told me of his apartments, gave me at once the dimensions,200 ft. by 100 ft. "The room in which we dined with the family of Herr Struve was immense.

"Madame Struve spoke German, Russian, and French, and complained that she could not speak English.

Struve's position is that of a member of the President's cabinet.

Struve told me, as he would have told of any other honor which had been his, that his wife, as a girl, had taught school in St. Petersburg.

And then Madame Struve joined in the conversation, and told me how much the subject of woman's education still held her interest.

Struve said, 'There are thousands of women studying science in St. Petersburg.'

At the Oxford Commemoration in June, the honorary degree of D.C.L. was conferred on M. Struve and on me, and then a demand was made on each of us for ยฃ6.

"In this year the longitude of Altona was determined by M. Struve for the Russian Government.

Otto Struve formally wrote his thanks for assistance rendered.

I went by Hamburg to Altona, where I met Struve, and started with him in an open waggon for Lรผbeck, where we arrived on Aug. 14th.

We proceeded by steamer to Cronstadt and Petersburg, and so to Pulkowa, where I lodged with O. Struve.

I have several times received Mr Struve, the Director of that Observatory, at Greenwich: and in the past summer I made a journey to St Petersburg for the purpose of seeing the Observatory of Pulkowa.

In August, being (with my wife and Otto Struve) on a visit to Lady Breadalbane at Taymouth Castle, I examined the mountain Schehallien.

From Aug. 1st to Sept. 5th I was travelling in Scotland with my wife and Otto Struve (for part of the time).

The nearest approach is in the Altazimuth Latitudes 1854, when the proportion of the sum of squares of errors is as 12 (Burckhardt) to 5 (Hansen).'A special Address to the Members of the Board of Visitors has reference to the proposals of M. Struve for (amongst other matters) the improved determination of the longitude of Valencia, and the galvanic determination of the extreme Eastern Station of the British triangles.

Regarding the large S.E. Equatoreal, the Report states that 'On the character of its object-glass I am now able to speak, first, from the examination of Mr Otto Struve, made in a favourable state of atmosphere; secondly, from the examinations of my Assistants (I have not myself obtained a sight of a test-object on a night of very good definition).

But the close of your remarks touches me much morethe association of the name of W. Struve and my own.

To M. Otto von Struve, Director of the Observatory of Poulkova and the Astronomers of that Observatory.

The following is extracted from a letter on May 1st to his old friend Otto Struve: "I received from you about 3 or 4 weeks past a sign of your friendly remembrance, a copy of your paper on the Annual Parallax of Aldebaran.

1848 Feb. 11 Abstract of Struve's "ร‰tudes d'Astronomie R. Astr.

to M. Otto von Struve.

And Address to the Members of the Board in reference to Struve's Geodetic suggestions.

Also Remarks on Struve's account of a Local deviation in the direction of Gravity, near Moscow.

Translated from the French by Gleb Struve and Hamish Miles.

SEE Strout, Alan L. STRUVE, GLEB, tr. Gay court life.

Trustees under the will of Mary Baker Eddy (PWH); 3Feb60; R251398. Retrospection and introspection (Retrospection et introspection) Translated from the authorized English text, by Elizabeth Crouse, Mary L. Struve, & Albane Noyer.

SEE Strong, L. A. G. STRUVE, MARY L. Retrospection and introspection.

Elizabeth Crouse, Mary L. Struve & Albane Noyer, translators.

by C. Florence Valentine & Marie Struve.

by Florence Valentine & Marie Struve.

By Otto Struve.

Translated from the French by Gleb Struve and Hamish Miles.

SEE Strout, Alan L. STRUVE, GLEB, tr. Gay court life.

Trustees under the will of Mary Baker Eddy (PWH); 3Feb60; R251398. Retrospection and introspection (Retrospection et introspection) Translated from the authorized English text, by Elizabeth Crouse, Mary L. Struve, & Albane Noyer.

SEE Strong, L. A. G. STRUVE, MARY L. Retrospection and introspection.

Elizabeth Crouse, Mary L. Struve & Albane Noyer, translators.

by C. Florence Valentine & Marie Struve.

by Florence Valentine & Marie Struve.

By Otto Struve.

In 1873 she again visited Europe, spending some time with the family of the Russian astronomer, Professor Struve, at the Imperial Observatory at Pultowa.

How very different are the thoughts and sentiments produced by the non-flesh diet!Gustav Von Struve.

In total, Friedrich Struve produced 272 astronomical works and 18 children; his great-grandson Otto, by contrast, produced 907 works but zero children.

Struve's stars, however, are now often named in his honor (for example, Struve 2398), whereas the original catalogue prefix was the Greek letter sigma.

Struve's stars, however, are now often named in his honor (for example, Struve 2398), whereas the original catalogue prefix was the Greek letter sigma.

This is where Struve did much of his research.