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Definition of Amort

Amort
Amort A*mort", a. [Pref. a- + F. mort death, dead; all amort is for alamort.] As if dead; lifeless; spiritless; dejected; depressed. --Shak.

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- Kaspar Amort (1612 – 7 March 1675) was a German painter, active in Munich. He is sometimes known as Kaspar Amort the Elder, to distinguish him from his...
- Andrea Amort (1958 in Linz) is an Austrian dance critic, dance historian, playwright, festival and exhibition curator as well as a non-fiction writer...
- Eusebius Amort (November 15, 1692 – February 5, 1775) was a German Roman Catholic theologian. Amort was born at Bibermuhle, near Tolz, in Upper Bavaria...
- doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0096618. PMC 4011879. PMID 24802516. Ondreka, N.; Amort, K.H.; Stock, K.F.; Tellhelm, B.; Klumpp, S.W.; Kramer, M.; Schmidt, M.J...
- PMID 15972705. S2CID 44339283. Frauscher F, Klauser A, Stenzl A, Helweg G, Amort B, zur Nedden D (May 2001). "US findings in the **** of extreme mountain...
- ISBN 0415251435 Amort, Andrea and Mimi Wunderer-Gosch: Osterreich Tanzt, History and the Present. Festspielhaus, Wien, Koln, Weimar 2001.ISBN 3-205-99226-1 Amort, Andrea:...
- Medicine. 382 (20): 1933–1941. doi:10.1056/NEJMcp1908837. PMID 32402163. Amort, Margareth; Fluri, Felix; Schäfer, Juliane; Weisskopf, Florian; Katan, Mira;...
- Esther Koller. The exhibition program "Dance in exile" was curated by Andrea Amort at the Vienna Academy Theatre during the festival tanz2000.at & ImPulsTanz...
- personal conversations with the late Tilly Losch Time article on Losch Andrea Amort: "Tilly Losch und Hedy Pfundmayr. Ausdruck und Verführung. Zwei Ballettstars...
- hockey player Sebastian Horn (born 1982) musician and TV presenter Eusebius Amort (1692-1775), a Catholic theologian Hans Carossa (1878-1956), poet and author...
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