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noun Osculation
verb To touch or caress with the lips as an expression of affection, greeting, respect, or amorousness
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Jeanie Buss is the sole Governor of the Los Angeles Lakers and under league rules, she has control over the team,' the statement said.
Besonders hervorzuheben ware aber das Wirken von Ojars Buss auf dem Gebiet der Namenforschung, wobei seine Untersuchungen sowohl Orts- als auch Personennamen umfassen, aber auch allgemeinere theoretische Fragen der Onomastik behandeln, wie etwa die lexikalische Bedeutung der Namen, Homonymie, Polysemie, Synonymie sowie die Definierung und Erganzung diesbezuglicher Terminologie.
Buss admits he has a soft spot for American engineering.
Two of Buss' adult children are executive vice presidents of the franchise - Jeanie Buss manages the business and Jim Buss oversees basketball operations.
However, Buss, who entrusted a great deal into a brain trust that included former Laker great Jerry West, decided to make cost-cutting trades to create salary-cap space with the hopes of prying superstar center Shaquille O'Neal from the Orlando Magic, despite the Magic having a clear financial advantage to retain O'Neal.
The overall concept was worked out by Buss in tandem with the customer.
Recently, Buss spoke of the team's iconic status in an interview with ESPN.
In fact, as later becomes clear, the trashy Aoi and Buss' no-good, gambling husband tried to drown Buss in a garden pot, but instead she killed them--very slowly.
I worked at that site and I was aware of its complexities," says Buss, who is based at K-C's Neenah, Wis.
Buss was previously president, MB Consulting a firm he founded in 2005 specializing in domestic and international expansion.
The newly created Americas zone encompasses both North and South America, and Buss is in charge of Saeco's operations in this zone.
It's simply of sign of the times, admits Chris Buss, president of Homestead, Fla.