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to initiate sth.

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initiateLast post 06 Jan 08, 20:56
The events of June 1973 were initiated by the President Bordaberry, and followed the elevati…2 Replies
initiateLast post 15 Sep 11, 14:38
"Are you having difficulties with initiating new contacts" Haben Sie Schwierigkeiten neue …9 Replies
what might "initiate effects" mean?Last post 12 Nov 09, 13:24
I am working on correcting a text written in English by Germans about climate change, global…10 Replies
set on track, initiate - aufgleisenLast post 16 Feb 16, 18:27
Duden:etwas auf Gleise setzenin die Wege leitenNoch vor zehn Jahren konnten lediglich Bundes…2 Replies
Initiate Measures/Escalation When Crucial Issues OccurLast post 02 Mar 16, 16:49
This is the heading of a chapter in a handbook about project management. The meaning is: if …2 Replies
anregenLast post 16 Jan 13, 13:52
Der Phosphor wird durch die Elektronen zur Emission von Photonen angeregt. Ich habe es erstm4 Replies
to reinvigorate sth. - etw. erneut anregenLast post 21 Jan 14, 09:17
Afghanistan's president demanded that the United States no longer carry out military operati…9 Replies
zum Nachdenken anregen - cause consideration/contemplationLast post 19 Jun 07, 15:54
Sustainability is hardly an issue which should cause consideration. Sustainability is hardly…1 Replies
Verbesserungen anregenLast post 18 Feb 08, 22:10
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Debatte anregenLast post 02 Jul 08, 11:36
Die Debatte wurde von einem bekannten Dichter [...] angeregt. "The debate was given by..." …6 Replies

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