Binding - Names

Names

  • Surname of Karl Binding (1841–1920), German jurist
  • Binding Brauerei, a brewery in Frankfurt, Germany

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    Watt’s need of semantic succour was at times so great that he would set to trying names on things, and on himself, almost as a woman hats.
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    Tonight there are only the winter stars.
    The sky is no longer a junk-shop,
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    The pangs of conscience, where are the pangs of conscience? Orestes and Clytemnestra, Reinhold doesn’t even know the names of those fine folk. He simply hopes, heartily and sincerely, that Franz is dead as a doornail and won’t be found.
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