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SINGER, SAMUEL:

Philologist; born in Vienna July 12, 1860; educated at the gymnasium and university of his native city (LL.D. 1884; Ph.D. 1885). In 1891 he became privat-docent at the University of Bern, in 1896 assistant professor, and in 1905 professor of medieval German language and literature.

Singer is the author of: "Deutsche Volksbücher," 1888, in collaboration with Bachmann; "Ulrich von dem Türlin," 1893; "Apollonius von Tyrus," 1895; "Bemerkungen zu Wolfram von Eschenbach," 1898; "Die Mittelhochdeutsche Schrift-Sprache," 1900; and "Die Deutsche Kultur im Spiegel des Bedeutungslehnworts," 1903.

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