Schwarz

Schwarz is a common surname, derived from the German schwarz,, meaning the color black. It may refer to:

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Sibylla Schwarz - Selected Bibliography - Secondary Literature
... Kurt Gassen Sibylle Schwarz, eine pommersche Dichterin, in Pommersche Jahrbücher, Vol. 21 (1921), 1–108 Ludwig Giesebrecht Über einige Gedichte der Sibylle Schwarz ... Ziefle Sibylle Schwarz, Leben und Werke ...
Ludwig Schwarz - Life - As Bishop of Linz
... Schwarz was appointed the Diocesan Bishop of Linz on 6 July 2005 by Pope Benedict XVI he assumed that office on 18 September ... Schwarz put an end to some of the liberal practices of his predecessor, Maximilian Aichern ... Unlike his predecessor, Schwarz is typically unwilling to grant exemptions from ecclesiastical norms ...
Schwarz, Germany
... Schwarz is a municipality in the Mecklenburgische Seenplatte district, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany ... Sarow Schönbeck Schönfeld Schönhausen Schwarz Siedenbollentin Siedenbrünzow Sietow Silz Sommersdorf Sponholz Staven Stavenhagen Stuer Torgelow am See Trollenhagen Tützpat ...
Schwarz Integral Formula
... analysis, a branch of mathematics, the Schwarz integral formula, named after Hermann Schwarz, allows one to recover a holomorphic function, up to an imaginary constant, from the boundary values of its ...
Lidl - Origins and History
... founded in the 1930s by a member of the Schwarz family, and was called Schwarz Lebensmittel-Sortimentsgroßhandlung (Schwarz Assorted Wholesale Foods) ... is the surname of a former business partner of Josef Schwarz's, Ludwig Lidl, a retired schoolteacher, and Josef's son Dieter Schwarz bought the rights to the ... Lidl is part of the Schwarz Group, the fifth-largest retailer in the world with sales of $82.4 billion (2011) ...