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How to use hauser in a sentence. Hauser pronunciation.

Hauser gives the history of a case in which the kidneys secreted milk vicariously.
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She was very appreciative, and incredibly ignorant-a kind of female Gaspar Hauser.
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You might exhibit sensibility before a famous poet, or a gallant soldier, or a celebrated traveler-or, for that matter, before a remarkable buffoon, like Cagliostro, or a freak, like Kaspar Hauser.
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Caspar Hauser in his subterranean prison is an illustration of what man would be by himself.
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Caspar Hauser, in his subterranean prison, will serve as an example of what man would be without men.
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He poses as a sort of unexplained Caspar Hauser.
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The letter was dated at Ansbach, in Germany, and dealt, except for some messages of affection to Mrs. March, with a scheme for a paper which Burnamy wished to write on Kaspar Hauser, if March thought he could use it in 'Every Other Week'.
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He had come upon a book about that hapless foundling in Nuremberg, and after looking up all his traces there he had gone on to Ansbach, where Kaspar Hauser met his death so pathetically.
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He said he was going back to Baireuth, but not to Ansbach again, where he had finished looking up that Kaspar Hauser business.
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On their way they always passed the statue of Count Platen, the dull poet whom Heine's hate would have delivered so cruelly over to an immortality of contempt, but who stands there near the Schloss in a grass-plot prettily planted with flowers, and ignores his brilliant enemy in the comfortable durability of bronze; and there always awaited them in the old pleasaunce the pathos of Kaspar Hauser's fate; which his murder affixes to it with a red stain.
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To humor her pose, she said they had been looking up the scene of Kaspar Hauser's death at Ansbach; and at this the stranger launched into such intimate particulars concerning him, and was so familiar at first hands with the facts of his life, that Mrs. March let her run on, too much amused with her pretensions to betray any doubt of her.
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The editorial, which was written by Mr. Olin Brad, and was in his best Macaulay style, began somewhat humorously by alluding to the curious interest of the public in ancient history, citing Mr. Froude and Mr. Carlyle, and the legend of Casper Hauser.
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Rivière was spending some time in the city, looking up material for a life of Caspar Hauser.
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He cooked his own meals, for it was an obsession of his that people wanted to poison him because he was writing a life of Caspar Hauser.
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The Frenchman told of the progress he was making in his Caspar Hauser research.
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One day she narrated in full what she declared was the true story of Caspar Hauser.
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Examples of Hauser

Example #1
Erichsen mentions a young man of twenty-one with 15 groups of symmetric exostoses in various portions of the body; they were spongy or cancellous in nature.
Example #2
There is the history of a woman who suffered from metastasis of milk to the stomach, and who, with convulsive action of the chest and abdomen, vomited it daily.
Example #3
And so it was with Anthony; often the scalding tears, like pearly drops, would fall from his eyes to the coverlet and roll on the floor with a sound as if one of his heartstrings had broken.
Example #4
But this was scarcely an agreeable entertainment; for thoughts of olden memories raise the curtains from the past, and sometimes pierce the heart with painful recollections till the agony brings tears to the waking eyes.
Example #5
It is plain enough that sensibility was entirely an abnormal thing, and denoted an abnormal state of mind.
Example #6
This was not an exhibition of love-or, at least, not necessarily so.