Definition of Sinding

1. sind [v] - See also: sind



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sinding

sincereness
sincerenesses
sincerer
sincerest
sincerities
sincerity
sincipita
sincipital
sincipital presentation
sinciput
sinciputs
sincke
sincosite
sind
sinded
sinding (current term)
sinding-larson-johansson disease
sindings
sindon
sindonological
sindonology
sindons
sinds
sine
sine condition
sine curve
sine die
sine formula
sine law
sine qua non

Literary usage of Sinding

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1. University Musical Encyclopedia by Louis Charles Elson (1914)
"RUSTLE OF SPRING—sinding ["World's Best Music," Vol. V, p. 1348.] sinding is a Scandinavian composer best known in our country by this charming piece. ..."

2. University Musical Encyclopedia by Louis Charles Elson (1914)
"RUSTLE OF SPRING—sinding ["World's Best Music," Vol. V, p. 1348.] sinding is a Scandinavian composer best known in our country by this charming piece. ..."

3. Well-known Piano Solos, how to Play Them by Charles W. Wilkinson, Edward Ellsworth Hipsher (1915)
"3 sinding sinding is a Scandinavian composer perhaps best known by this charming piece. In the north of Europe the coming of spring is very sudden: the ..."

4. In Viking Land: Norway: Its Peoples, Its Fjords and Its Fjelds by Will Seymour Monroe (1908)
"... history of Norwegian painting and the influence of the Diisseldorf school — National themes — Contemporary artists — Otto sinding, Heyerdahl, Thaulow, ..."

5. The History of Modern Painting by Richard Muther (1896)
"Those who return home become the founders of a national Norwegian art: Otto sinding, Niels Gustav Wenzel, Jorgensen, Kolstoe, Christian Krohg, ..."

6. The Craftsmanby Gustav Stickley by Gustav Stickley (1907)
"See Undertow to the Land, An. sinding, Stephan, Human Strength and Purity, Symbolized in the Art of, John Spargo, 277; The Norwegian sculptor practically ..."

7. A Theoretical and Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Sulphuric Acid by Georg Lunge (1896)
"sinding-Larsen (Engl. pat. 13499, 1894) describes an apparatus consisting of a large vessel, covered at the bottom with mercury serving as cathode; ..."

8. The Great in Music: A Systematic Course of Study in the Music of Classical by William Smythe Babcock Mathews (1900)
"sinding is in my opinion one of the greatest of contemporary musicians, and I can assure you ... Christian sinding, the musician, Otto sinding, the painter, ..."

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