For most of his professional life, 62-year-old Arthur Burton “A.B.” Schirmer has been a man of God.
Schirmer begged to be allowed to publish some of my compositions.
He was sent to take baths in May, 1874, by his physician, Dr. Schirmer.
In 1912 a group of his tuneful and characteristic pieces was published by Schirmer.
There's Maples and Schirmer and a couple o' fellows on the Kinsey business.
Professor Schirmer has a European reputation; he wears blue spectacles and a maroon wig.
There were also the laborious theses of Berlioux and of Schirmer.
Then we went up by the lift to the fourth floor of an immense house where Schirmer lives.
Schirmer has examined the arrangement of the pancreatic ducts in 105 specimens.
Each female of the true Colorado potato-bug lays, according to Dr. Schirmer, about seven hundred eggs.