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This would not be disagreeable to the kaiser, who wishes for a restoration of the aristocracy almost as much as his delusional wife (Janet McTeer) does.
The kaiser is surrounded by loyal attendants and his second wife, Princess Hermine (an excellent Janet McTeer), who by letter and graft is trying to restore her husband’s place in Berlin.
When not chopping wood or feeding the ducks, Plummer’s kaiser is a roiling mix of regret and frustration: a king without power.
But Moe's own lunch would be salami and baloney, grilled, on a kaiser roll, a little mustard, the whole thing squished like a panini.
The kaiser, with his chaotic mind, was only making things worse.
That would be 103 years of warm, crusty, dusted-with-cornmeal bread coming out of 244 Pearl Street: Vienna loaves and kaiser rolls and sub rolls in five lengths — six-inch, eight-inch, 10-inch, 11-inch, 12-inch, plus a three-footer on demand.
Blanchet says Maranto produces more than 4,000 hearth-baked loaves each week and another 10,000 dozen sub rolls and kaiser rolls.
But instead of responding to a question about the weather in Douglas County, the kaiser is programmed to respond to questions about his role in the Big War.
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Origin and Etymology of kaiser
Middle English, from Old Norse keisari; akin to Old High German keisur emperor; both from a prehistoric Germanic word borrowed from Latin Caesar, cognomen of the Emperor Augustus
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
Definition of Kaiser
Henry John 1882–1967 American industrialist
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Definition of kaiser for English Language Learners
: the title of the ruler of Germany from 1871 to 1918
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