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  • All went well till they reached the farther end of the village, where, although the Baaren-hauter 17 who kept the guard was as drunk as his companions on duty, a large shaggy dog which lay beside him was more vigilant.

    Anne of Geierstein

  • Baaren-hauter [2] who kept guard was as drunk as his companions on duty, a large shaggy dog which lay beside him was more vigilant.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 13, No. 373, Supplementary Number

  • This was the year the burger went haute and they don't come any hauter than David

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • 17 Baaren-hauter — he of the Bear's hide — a nickname for a German private soldier.

    Anne of Geierstein

  • The inhabitants fled from the castle to escape their violence, and as we passed their leaguer in the gray of the morning, a drunken Baaren-hauter shot my poor horse, and I was forced, in the way of exchange, to take up with his heavy Flemish animal, with its steel saddle, and its clumsy chaffron.”

    Anne of Geierstein

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