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Buda

A regional term for a high-grade marijuana joint filled with crack cocaine.
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Transition assessments should include route security and vulnerability to all forms of contact, not the least of which is visual observation, which ofen precedes other forms of contact on the command post during or aftrer the jump.
The three points for each duration correspond to the three components of the OFEN database.
Salonen's "Die Ofen der alten Mesopotamier," 100-124; for illustrations of a smelting furnace, see 116-17.
"Eine kurze Backzeit im Ofen und der gute Duft sind der Schlussel zu einer positiven Verbrauchererfahrung," sagte Lora Van Velsor, stellvertretende Marketingchefin.
Menardi (eds), Stuben, Ofen, Hausmodelle, Katalog 2 (2nd edn, Innsbruck, 1992), 19-20 and 34-35.
They blame the lack of information given to the network operators GRTN (Italy) and RTE (France) by the Swiss companies as to the state of their own network, which GRTN criticised and owhich the OFEN report does not analyse".
What they don't know is that the charred meat is ofen infected with E.coli, salmonella and other life- threatening diseases.
Nontemporals (ve) davka `"not" (marker of opposition)' (ve) mishum ma `for some reason' ulam `however' be'ecem `actually, in fact' zot omeret `that is' klomar `that is' ve le'ecem ha ba'aya `and to the very problem' dugma `example' (be) sax hakol `overall', `all in all' bederex klal `usually' be ofen klali `generally' (ve) barur `it's clear' (ve) kamuvan (she) `of course (that)' ve axen `and indeed' ve ulay `and maybe' behetem `accordingly' kacafuy `as expected' lefaxot `at least' Appendix B.
Nach seiner Entlassung kehrt er voller Reue nach Hause zuruck, wo seine Frau (L.H.) die vorsorglich warm gestellte Suppe vom Ofen holt.
The Federal Office for Energy (OFEN) releases the regulation (ordonnance) of the electricity market.
Der Weg von Ofen auf Griechisch Weissenburg, (Manuscript, Austrian National Library, Cod.
Children and adults are fascinated by the wonders of the natural world which are ofen hidden from view.