James Whistler - Übersetzung nach Englisch

James Whistler - Übersetzung nach Englisch

Pachycephala simplex; Pachycephala griseiceps; Grey-headed Whistler; Brown Whistler; Gray-headed Whistler; Gray Whistler; Grey Whistler; Gray-headed whistler; Grey-headed whistler; Brown whistler; Gray whistler; Gray-Headed Whistler; Grey-Headed Whistler; Pachycephala rufipennis; Eopsaltria sudestensis; Pachycephala miosnomensis; Pachycephala peninsulae

James Whistler      
James Whistler, (1834-1903) amerikanischer Autor und Künstler, Erschaffer des Kupferstichs "Die Brücke" und Autor des Buches "Die feine Art sich Feinde zu machen"
Jimmy Cagney         
  • Cagney's crypt}}
  • [[Ann Sheridan]] and Cagney in ''Angels with Dirty Faces'' (1938)
  • Cagney takes the controversial final walk
  • ''[[Footlight Parade]]'' (1933)
  • "Bull" Halsey]], and Cagney on set
  • Cagney and Bogart in ''The Roaring Twenties'' (1939)
  • Cagney and [[Humphrey Bogart]] in ''[[The Roaring Twenties]]'' (1939)
  • Cagney and Pat O'Brien in the endlessly debated final walk
  • Pat O'Brien]] in ''[[Here Comes the Navy]]'' (1934), their first of nine films together
  • ''[[Here Comes the Navy]]'' (1934)
  • Mister Roberts]]'' (1955) with [[Henry Fonda]], Cagney, [[William Powell]] and [[Jack Lemmon]]
  • Cagney and [[Olivia de Havilland]] in ''[[The Irish in Us]]'' (1935)
  • ''One, Two, Three'' theatrical trailer
  • Cagney and [[Edward Woods]] in ''The Public Enemy'' (1931)
  • Passerby views original movie poster for ''The Fighting 69th'' in 1940
  • Something to Sing About]]'' (1937)
  • David Landau]], Loretta Young and Cagney in ''Taxi'' (1932)
  • [[Loretta Young]] and Cagney in ''Taxi!'' (1932)
  • Lobby card for ''Taxi!'' (1932)
  • The Crowd Roars]]'' (1932)
Jimmy Cagney; James Francis Cagney; Cagney, James Francis; Frances Willard (aka: "Billie") Vernon; Casey Cagney; James Francis Cagney, Jr.; James cagney; James cageny; Cagney, James
Jimmy Cagney, (1899-1986) amerikanischer Filmschauspieler, Oskargewinner der Kategorie bester Darsteller in 1942 für seine Rolle im Film "Yankee Doodle Dandy"
James Mason         
  • Mason in 1975's ''[[The Flower in His Mouth]]''
  • Mason and his family in 1957 in the television programme ''Panic!''. From left: son Morgan, Mason's wife Pamela, daughter Portland and Mason.
  • Mason in Hitchcock's ''North by Northwest'' (1959)
ENGLISH ACTOR (1909–1984)
Mason, James; James Mason (actor born 1909); James Neville Mason; James Mason (English actor); Enoch Gates
James Mason, (1909-84) britischer Film- und Theaterschauspieler berühmt für seine Rolle in "Lolita"


·noun The golden-eye.
II. Whistler ·noun The ring ousel.
III. Whistler ·noun The Widgeon.
IV. Whistler ·noun The Whistlefish.
V. Whistler ·noun The golden plover and the gray plover.
VI. Whistler ·noun The hoary, or northern, marmot (Arctomys pruinosus).
VII. Whistler ·noun One who, or that which, whistles, or produces or a whistling sound.


Grey whistler

The grey whistler (Pachycephala simplex) or brown whistler, is a species of bird in the family Pachycephalidae. It is found in northern Australia and New Guinea. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forest and subtropical or tropical mangrove forest.

Beispiele aus Textkorpus für James Whistler
1. In 1883, when he was an apprentice to James Whistler, he was sent on an errand to Paris with a letter of introduction to Edgar Degas.
2. The exhibition also features works by contemporaries Pierre Bonnard, Edouard Vuillard and James Whistler LONDON – The Associated Press ARTICLE SUMMARYEdgar Degas‘ classical ballerinas and Henri de Toulouse–Lautrec‘s lusty cancan girls share the stage in a new exhibition at the Tate Britain.