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to integrate

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integrate
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verflechten

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verflechten
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intertwine - sich verflechtenLast post 12 Apr 08, 09:55
Oxford Encyclopedic Dictionary Lt. OED lässt sich 'intertwine' sowohl transitiv als auch int…1 Replies
integrateLast post 10 Jul 06, 11:15
Heisste es 'integrate in' oder 'integrate into'? In meinem Beispiel geht es um neue Program…5 Replies
integrateLast post 23 Oct 11, 20:19
"This is contrary to(....) and reinforces the fact that, because the haemodynamic response I…1 Replies
integrate outLast post 04 Jun 07, 13:13
...obtained by integrating out the high-momentum components of ...1 Replies
to integrate Last post 15 May 17, 08:49
Floyd made $114,257 that night and Cus and Floyd sent $3,000 of that to a priest they had me…5 Replies
integrate Last post 26 Mar 10, 14:41
Ist 'to integrate myself into a society/ country' ein Germanismus oder richtiges Englisch? …2 Replies
integrationsfähigkeit - ability to integrate Last post 16 Jan 06, 07:46
hier gehts mir um integrationsfähigkeit in sinne von "sich gut in ein team integieren können"1 Replies
sich integrieren - to integrate withLast post 06 Jul 10, 18:15
Sie ist eine nette, aufgeschlossene junge Frau, die sicherlich keine Probleme haben wird, si…1 Replies
integrate the marketsLast post 16 Feb 09, 09:40
... offers a good opportunity to cover long-distance gas transportation and will further int…3 Replies
integrate the marketsLast post 16 Feb 09, 09:40
... offers a good opportunity to cover long-distance gas transportation and will further int…1 Replies
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