While schumacher had a history of head and neck trauma, this injury was very different.
The details are a blur, but while skiing with his son, schumacher fell and hit the right side of his head on a jagged rock.
It is clear that schumacher did his best to protect his brain; he wore a helmet at the time of the fall.
schumacher tempted fate each time he took the wheel of his high performance racecar, and he got away with it.
schumacher had played by the rules, wore a helmet, skied in pairs—but such precautions only help so much.
schumacher devoted considerable attention to the city walls of Megiddo, a part of which were built of bricks.
It contained six stones which Dr. schumacher took to be pillars.
In the lowest stratum of the mound Dr. schumacher found traces of a settlement the houses of which were constructed of mud-bricks.
There seems little doubt that schumacher had in mind the present species in his Trichia aurea.
In 1654 young schumacher went abroad for eight years, to complete his education.