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Meissner Meiss·ner (mīs'nər), Georg. 1829-1905.

German physiologist and anatomist known for his microscopic investigations of the skin and the vestibular and cochlear nerves.

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  • Such were to me the few brief moments in which I stood upon the meissner hill that overhangs my native city.

  • meissner records a similar augmentation in Polygonum orientale.

    Vegetable Teratology Maxwell T. Masters
  • They had had practically nothing in the house, he knew, and poor meissner could not feed four extra mouths.

    Jimmie Higgins Upton Sinclair
  • The man had said he was a Socialist, but meissner did not believe him.

    Jimmie Higgins Upton Sinclair
  • Our knowledge of the documents of this period is due chiefly to Strassmaier and meissner.

  • meissner exhibited the roll, and Jimmie stared with wide-open eyes.

    Jimmie Higgins Upton Sinclair
  • meissner had written a dissertation in 1882, De servitute babylonico-assyriaca (Leipzig), which still deserves to be consulted.

  • meissner offered to take Jimmie to meet him, and so the two bolted their suppers and set out at top speed.

    Jimmie Higgins Upton Sinclair
  • Dr. meissner first made a detailed outline of his work, which he elaborated with great care.

    Methods of Authors Hugo Erichsen
  • A number had been drafted—which meissner considered deliberate conspiracy on the part of the draft-boards.

    Jimmie Higgins Upton Sinclair

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