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gesund und munter - hale and heartyLast post 09 Nov 05, 12:32
Kann man sagen: hale and hearty through life? hale and hearty habe ich auf Leo gefunden. Wie…5 Replies
hale and heartyLast post 29 Nov 12, 21:40
Ich kann als Bedeutung von "hale and hearty" überall nur "gesund und munter" oder Ähnliches …7 Replies
haleLast post 13 Jun 09, 19:07
"Many great subscribers to TNP hale from Germany and are great contributors and I value thei…1 Replies
haleLast post 07 Jan 08, 22:02
regieanweisung (?) in anthony and cleopatra: "she hales him (the messenger) up and down". he…2 Replies
hale machiningLast post 02 Sep 13, 16:43
Hale machining is a kind of machining where a haling tool (non-rotational tool) is used and …11 Replies
etwas macht gesund oder ist gesundLast post 13 Apr 13, 15:48
Which is better, to say that something "macht gesund" or "ist gesund"? Sport macht gesund. …1 Replies
to haleLast post 02 Nov 09, 09:41
"They should reasonably anticipate being haled into court [in the state of California]." "..…3 Replies
to hale [heɪl] v/t - schleppen, zerrenLast post 24 Nov 07, 11:47
Edgar Lee Masters, Spoon River Anthology IF you in the village think that my work was a goo…5 Replies
able-bodied - körperlich gesundLast post 21 Oct 10, 15:13
Oscar Pistorius competed against able-bodied athletes, improving his best time in the 400 me…1 Replies
gesund werden - get healthy???Last post 27 Feb 13, 14:38
This treatment can help people to recover. Is it possible to use "get healthy" as a synonym …1 Replies
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