Usage examples for WIEN

  1. Spohr remained at Gotha until 1813, when he was offered and accepted the post of the leadership at the Theatre an der Wien at Vienna, and while here he composed his opera of " Faust," which, however, was not produced at that time. – Famous Violinists of To-day and Yesterday by Henry C. Lahee
  2. However diverted by the fragrance of the Dutch woods, the church bells of Belgium, the music of Stuttgart, the bad pictures of Dublin, the plays of Paris, the musty romance of old Wien, he always comes back anon to such ease as a man may find in his inn. – A Book of Prefaces by H. L. Mencken
  3. You can imagine no Residenz for Austria but the Kaiserstadt,- the gemuthlich Wien. – Castilian Days by John Hay
  4. You have lost some of the look you had when you left Wien. – Fanny Herself by Edna Ferber
  5. Flachsenfingen he sometimes calls Klein- Wien, Little Vienna. – The Campaner Thal and Other Writings by Jean Paul Friedrich Richter
  6. For the literature of the curious saga see Bartsch, Herzog Ernst, Wien, 1869, p. – An anthology of German literature by Calvin Thomas
  7. They then walked slowly along a less frequented street by the bank of the Wien. – Bertha Garlan by Arthur Schnitzler
  8. " We haf some pluffers' eggs shall come fresh from Wien," said the husband. – The Chronicles of Clovis by Saki
  9. This is denied by Weinberger, Wien. – The Dramatic Values in Plautus by Wilton Wallace Blancke
  10. Instituts in Wien, 1905, Beiblatt, p. – The Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism by Franz Cumont
  11. Wien, 1856- 92. I. F. Indogermanische Forschungen. – Beowulf An Introduction to the Study of the Poem with a Discussion of the Stories of Offa and Finn by R. W. Chambers
  12. Wien, Pest, Leipzig, Hartleben, 1882. Sandvoss, Franz. – Types of Weltschmerz in German Poetry by Wilhelm Alfred Braun
  13. She wished that someone was sitting beside her now, his arm pressed against hers- she would fain have felt once more that sensation that had thrilled her on that occasion when she had stood with Emil on the bank of the Wien, and when she had almost been on the point of losing her senses and had yearned for a child.... – Bertha Garlan by Arthur Schnitzler
  14. Wien, 1853. 2 vols. – The Earth as Modified by Human Action by George P. Marsh
  15. When she looked down from the Elizabeth Bridge she saw walls that rose from the bed of the Wien, half finished tracks, little trucks moving to and fro, and busy workmen. – Bertha Garlan by Arthur Schnitzler
  16. Wien, 1887. Anthropological Society, Journal, London. – Primitive Love and Love-Stories by Henry Theophilus Finck