Kuhn reportedly believes the infant was between 12 and 18 months old when it died.
Problem is, Kuhn (or the EEI staffer who wrote the letter with his name on it) plays fast and loose with the facts.
Thinkers like Kuhn implied that change could come from unlikely quarters.
Kuhn toppled from his chair to the floor, with Dan on top of him.
Nothing would satisfy Mrs. Kuhn but to go to the seat of war as soon as the armistice was declared.
Coxyde and Kuhn were French built camps and very good, with vegetable gardens attached to them.
"You'll come with me," finished a voice behind Kuhn, as a hand was laid lightly on his shoulder.
A German legend, cited by Kuhn and Schwartz, makes a battle begin "as soon as a red cow is led over a certain bridge."
"Come, Kuhn; it is time you were getting back to the ship," said Dan in a quiet tone.
Dr. Kuhn says in several parts of Westphalia, at Shrovetide, cows' horns are decorated with white besoms with white handles.
Kuhn (kōōn), Richard. 1900-1967.
Austrian chemist. He won a 1938 Nobel Prize for research on carotenoids and vitamins but declined the award by order of the Nazi government.