\hˈanz sˈaks], \hˈanz sˈaks], \h_ˈa_n_z s_ˈa_k_s]\
Definitions of HANS SACHS
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The German meistersinger; born at Nurembreg, Nov. 5, 1494; died Jan. 19 or 20, 1576. A complete collection of his works was published at Nuremberg (1558-79). See "Hans Sachs" (1765); I. L. Hoffman, "Hans Sachs" (1847); Kawerau, "Hans Sachs und die Reformation" (1889); and E. Gotze, "Hans Sachs" (1891).
By Charles Dudley Warner
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Dorsal Root Ganglia
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