Auerbach

Leopold, German anatomist, 1828-1897. ... See: Auerbach's ganglia, Auerbach's plexus. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Auerbach

[Horgau] Auerbach (Auerbach.ogg) is a village in the municipality Horgau near Augsburg (13 km) in the district of Augsburg, in Swabia - Bavaria, southern Germany. ...
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Auerbach

Type: Term Pronunciation: ow′ĕr-bahk Definitions: 1. Leopold, German anatomist, 1828-1897. See: Auerbach ganglia, under ganglion, Auerbach plexus
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Auerbach

[Jewish family] The Jewish family Auerbach, Авербах (אוּרבּך) of the 16th to 19th century was a family of scholars, the progenitor of which was Moses Auerbach, born around 1462, court Jew to the bishop of Regensburg as of around 1497. One of his daughters, who went to Kraków after her marriage, is the reputed ancestress of th...
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Auerbach

[Vogtland] Auerbach (Auerbach.ogg) is a town in the Vogtlandkreis, Saxony, Germany. It is the regional centre of the eastern Vogtland. The economy is mainly based on textile manufacture, food processing and machine industry. Auerbach was mentioned for the first time in 1282. Landmarks include the three towers of the St. Laurentius church, t...
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Auerbach

[Günz] Auerbach (Günz) is a river of Bavaria, Germany. ...
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Auerbach

[Kinzig] Auerbach is a river of Hesse, Germany. ...
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Auerbach

[surname] Auerbach and Averbuch is a German surname, commonly Jewish, derived from a toponym. Notable people with this surname include the following: ...
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