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[L., singulorum]
Of each; used in writing prescriptions.
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The business in Singen is expected to be continued unchanged under the new owner with the current management and its 80 employees.
Some of the characters speak in heavy British dialect; for example, "'Yur, Miz Marth', do ee singen us'n's ee song?
Por otro lado, cuando se dan ejemplos de la conjugacion verbal en ingles medio, se incluyen formas de presente y preterito de los verbos singen y drinken, pero parece dejarse aparente libertad al lector para adivinar cuando se esta ejemplificando un tiempo u otro, al no darse ninguna indicacion sobre esta distincion (103).
An lauffen saltu sin gar snel Vnd salt singen lut vnd hel, Daz volk dringk yon eyn ander.
In subsequent chapters she juxtaposes Ernst Wiechert's Der verlorene Sohn (1935) with Franz Csokor's play of the same title, moving beyond these to the postwar period with Max Frisch's Nun Singen SieWieder (1945).
rttemberg for the construction of a police station complex in Singen, without the publication at the EU level of an invitation to tender.
The subtitle, doubly ambiguous, of Es singen die Steine (The Stones [or Rocks] Are Singing) is in fact more revealing than the Austrian author's main title itself.
in Choro Musico mit zu gebrauchen gnedigst gesinnt, ist zwar zu einem volligen Choro nicht undienlich, alleine dieselbe bei Concerten mit singen zu lassen, wurde I.
HANDSOME Matthew Singen Kennedy, one of Ireland's most eligible bachelors, has been delighting women in Dublin's latest piano bar with his tinkling of the ivories.
But the German language tends to form gerunds from its infinitives such as singen and lesen.