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[L., singulorum]
Of each; used in writing prescriptions.
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Nicholas Day, singing German carols, eating German baked goodies, and sharing Weinachts Singen with the Lutheran side of the family.
The business in Singen is expected to be continued unchanged under the new owner with the current management and its 80 employees.
Now this foules singeth And maketh her blis, And that gres up thringeth and leveth the ris; Of on Ich wille singen That is makeles, The king of alle kinges To moder He hire ches.
in den Werken Die Chinesische Mauer, Als der Krieg zu Ende war, Santa Cruz und Nun singen sie wieder.
Benjamin Halbe, who put the car up for auction, bought the car for 9,500 euros from a dealer in Singen, Germany, in January and only later learned that the previous owner was German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger.
Wer weiss, vielleicht werden sie eines Tages sogar eine einzige Interessengemeinschaft bilden, und gemeinsam ein Loblied auf ein schmackhaftes Produkt singen, das viel Vitamin C enthalt, ud reich an Kalium und Ballaststoffen ist.
Some of the characters speak in heavy British dialect; for example, "'Yur, Miz Marth', do ee singen us'n's ee song?
reicht fur das aus Singen, Tanzen und Schmuck bestehende Himmelsgluck aus.
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.
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.
The group has facilities in Cincinnati, Ohio; Douglas, Arizona; Wareham, Massachusetts; Singen and Grossbreitenbach, Germany; Tianjin and Shanghai, China; Hong Kong; Sonora, Mexico; Kent, UK and Ontario, Canada.
Major organization : REGIERUNGSPREaSIDIUM FREIBURG NEUBAULEITUNG SINGEN