Mannheim









Mannheim


Mannheim [man-hahym; German mahn-hahym] Examples noun

  1. Karl [kahrl; German kahrl] /kɑrl; German kɑrl/, 1893–1947, German sociologist.
  2. a city in SW Germany at the confluence of the Rhine and Neckar rivers.

Examples from the Web for mannheim Contemporary Examples of mannheim

  • For Mannheim, generations were born from historical disruption.

    The Rise of the New New Left

    Peter Beinart

    September 12, 2013

  • For Mannheim, what defined a generation was the particular slice of history people experienced during those plastic years.

    The Rise of the New New Left

    Peter Beinart

    September 12, 2013

  • Historical Examples of mannheim

  • Let the attack on Mannheim have what success it may, Strasbourg will be held still.

    Maurice Tiernay Soldier of Fortune

    Charles James Lever

  • In Mannheim they charged me ten pfennigs extra for a cake of soap.

    A Book of Burlesques

    H. L. Mencken

  • I rose and coasted down to above the Mannheim parade-ground.

    The Best Short Stories of 1915

    Various

  • They had abandoned Malstatt by night—but Mannheim—and the Rhine!

    The Best Short Stories of 1915

    Various

  • Mannheim put his head on the pillow and lifted his feet up on the bed.

    Anything You Can Do …

    Gordon Randall Garrett

  • British Dictionary definitions for mannheim Mannheim 1 noun

    1. a city in SW Germany, in Baden-Württemberg at the confluence of the Rhine and Neckar: one of Europe’s largest inland harbours; a cultural and musical centre. Pop: 308 353 (2003 est)

    Mannheim 2 noun

    1. Karl (karl). 1893–1947, Hungarian sociologist, living in Britain from 1933: author of Ideology and Utopia (1929) and Man and Society in an Age of Reconstruction (1941)

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