Nikolaus. Nikolaus Harnoncourt

He continued his studies at the and studied medicine at the Die Familie seines Vaters stammt aus luxemburgisch-lothringischem Uradel und führte bis zum Adelsaufhebungsgesetz den Grafen-Titel
On the way back they would stop at one of the various Nicholas fairs to buy some hard-to-come-by goods, gifts for their loved ones and invariably some little presents for their children During his youth, he served in the Hitler Youth under duress, where, as he noted: If you didn't go there every Wednesday and Saturday, the Hitler Youth police would come, fetch you, cut your hair and toss you into a group with other difficult ones who were treated terribly
Two years later, inaugurated a new church, the , to Saint Nicholas in Bari He used the knowledge of Greek that he had acquired during his Italian studies to prepare a Latin translation of the of an obscure 7th-century historian and poet,
The Life of Saint Nicholas of Sion, written around 250 years after Nicholas of Myra's death, briefly mentions Nicholas of Sion visiting Nicholas's tomb to pay homage to him Christian storytellers were known to adapt older pagan legends and attribute them to Christian saints
Two years after Nikolaus's birth, his brother Philipp was born Die Macht der Musik: Zwei Reden
Nikolaus Otto, in full Nikolaus August Otto, born June 10, 1832, Holzhausen, Nassau, Germany—died January 26, 1891, Cologne , German engineer who developed the , which offered the first practical to the as a power source By the time he published this observation in 1543, he had made it the basis of a theoretical claim: that it confirmed exactly the size of the apparent lunar diameter
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