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Dietrich   /dˈitrɪk/   Listen

United States film actress (born in Germany) who made many films with Josef von Sternberg and later was a successful cabaret star (1901-1992).  Synonyms: Maria Magdalene von Losch, Marlene Dietrich.

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"Dietrich" Quotes from Famous Books

... author has issued a new edition, in abridged form, of the "Memoirs," written, according to him, by Dietrich Tiedemann, of a son of Tiedemann two years of age (the biologist, Friedrich Tiedemann, born in 1781). (Thierri Tiedemann et la science de l'enfant. Mes deux chats. Fragment de psychologie comparee par Bernard Perez. Paris, 1881, pp. 7-38; Tiedemann, 39-78. "The First ...
— The Mind of the Child, Part II • W. Preyer

... this way, Burggraf Friedrich (he was not yet Kurfuerst, only coming to be) marches for the Havel Country (early days of 1414); makes his appearance before Quitzow's strong house of Friesack, walls fourteen feet thick: "You, Dietrich von Quitzow, are you prepared to live as a peaceable subject henceforth? to do homage to the laws and me?" "Never!" answered Quitzow, and pulled up his drawbridge. Whereupon Heavy Peg opened upon him, Heavy Peg and other guns; and, in some eight-and-forty ...
— The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 07 • Various

Words linked to "Dietrich" :   Dietrich Bonhoeffer, actress, vocalizer, Maria Magdalene von Losch, vocalist, singer, vocaliser

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