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    Ernst Eduard Kummer was a German mathematician, born in January 29, 1810. He was born in the town of Soroa Brandenburg and in his life he acquired two wives. His first wife was Ottilie Menelssohn, and his second wife was Bertha Menelssohn. The very funny thing about these marriages was that Bertha Menelssohn and Ottilie Menelssohn were first cousins. Ernst Eduard Kummer ended up having 13 kids in his life with both of the Menelssoh cousins. During his life Ernst Kummer taught at many universities

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    Eduard Kummer Biography

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    Ernst Eduard Kummer Ernst Eduard Kummer made a large impact on the world of mathematics and helped discover and understand different properties of trigonometry and geometry. He helped prove Fermat’s Last Theorem, also known as Fermat’s conjunction. Kummer introduced the idea of “ideal” numbers can go in for infinity. xm-ym=zm. In this case m must be greater than two, and a whole number. Kummer soon found out that that works for all whole prime numbers less the 100 to be m. He won an award at the

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    Heinrich Himmler

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    1922. After working briefly as a salesman for a firm of fertilizer manufacturers, the young Himmler joined a para-military, nationalist organization and participated in the Munich Beer-Hall putsch of November 1923 as standard-bearer at the side of Ernst Rohm, Secretary to Gregor Strasser and his deputy district leader in Bavaria, Swabia and the Palatinate, he was also acting propaganda leader of the NSDAP from 1925 to 1930. After marrying in 1927, Himmler returned to poultry farming for a time but

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    401(k) Plans

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    where the problem comes in. Though some companies match contributors either with cash or with a direct credit to the plan, other companies match with corporate stock. According to Richard Sasanow, a former assistant of public communications at Ernst and Young, "many experts consider this to be one of the riskiest investments for a 401 (k)-but may be worth it if you think your company has a great future." (Sasanow, 45) A recent survey shows that 18 percent of all companies made their matching

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    Of Mice and Men and Steinbeck’s Life

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    and the Gabilan Mountains, Steinbeck found the materials for his fiction (Tedlock 3). John Steinbeck's agricultural upbringing in the California area vibrantly shines through in the settings and story lines of the majority of his works. John Ernst Steinbeck was born in Salinas, California, on February 27, 1902. His father's family, originally called Grossteinbeck, had come from Wuppertal, about twenty miles east of the German city of Düsseldorf. During summers he worked as a hired hand on nearby

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    · Canada (6%) · France (6%) In 1998 the UKsecured 27 per cent of all European inward investment projects, more than three times as many as Germany, which got 8 per cent, and well ahead of France with 12 per cent, according to research by Ernst & Young. Britain is more p... ... middle of paper ... ...barriers and the activities of multinational companies, to protect the poorer countries of the world. They also seek to protect the prices of commodities like tea, copper, gold and so

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    Origins of Expressionism

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    mostly in Germany, one of the most important Expressionist groups was “originated by a Dresden group called Die Brücke, which included painters Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Erich Heckel, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Emil Nolde, Max Pechstein, and Otto Müller” (History of Expressionism). After viewing a Munich show of Impressionist and Post Impressionist paintings, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, founder of the Brücke group, felt that the paintings were lacking significance in content and execution. This led to his decision

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    Max Planck

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    Max Planck On April 23, 1858 Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck was born in Kiel, Germany. He was the sixth child of a law professor at the University of Kiel. At the age of nine his interest in physics and mathematics was developed by his teacher Hermann Muller. When he graduated at the age of seventeen he decided to choose physics over music for his career. Although he is know for physics he was an exceptional pianist who had acquired the gift of being able to hear absolute pitch. His favorite

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    Johan Sebastian Bach

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    organist in Muhlhausen at St. Blasius Church in 1707. That year his uncle died and Bach inherited some money. That gave Bach enough money to marry Maria Barbara, his second cousin. They got married in April of 1707. One year later in 1708 Wilhelm Ernst hired Bach as an organist and as a member of the orchestra so Bach and Maria moved to Weimar. Bach’s salary was double what he got paid at his last job. (Geringer 433, Lloyd 30 www.let.rug.nl) Bach and Maria were financially st...

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    Life Os Freud

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    430). Although Freud’s ambition from childhood had been a career in law, he decided to become a medical student shortly before he entered Vienna University in 1873 (C). As a student, he began research work on the central nervous system, guided by Ernst von Brucke (A). He graduated as a physician in 1881, and proved to be an outstanding physiological researcher (B: 430). Early in his career, he was among the first to study a new drug that had anesthetic and mood altering effects, know as cocaine

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