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in the eastern part


Definition (British English)

in, eastern, part
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Definition (American English)

in, eastern, part
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in, eastern, part
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in, eastern, part
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im Ostteil




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eastern / EasternLast post 07 May 13, 18:54
Do we capitalize Eastern in a sentence like: When I think about stoning I immediately have …3 Replies
part - teilsLast post 16 Dec 14, 16:08
part adv. Partially; in part: part yellow, part green…3 Replies
im Osten (Frankreichs) - in the Eastern part of FranceLast post 15 Feb 06, 14:24
Ich will mit Osten und Westen eine geografische Befindlichkeit ausdrücken, keine politische.…2 Replies
in partLast post 12 Feb 10, 16:17
Kann man sagen: "This book is in part for her"? Oder heißt das dann, dass nur Teile des Werk…7 Replies
principal part - HauptteilLast post 25 Mar 09, 10:50
'Stammform' is a common technical term that could not easily be derived from 'Hauptteil' as …3 Replies
Eastern / EastLast post 08 Mar 04, 13:24
Wieso heißt es eigentlich East Germany, aber Eastern Europe? Das hab ich noch nicht so ganz …8 Replies
Eastern hemlock - Östliche Hemlocktanne wiss.: Tsuga canadensisLast post 02 Mar 11, 14:00
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part number - TeilebezeichnungLast post 13 Mar 12, 15:34
Im deutschen wird unterschieden zwischen einer Teile- oder Artikelnummer (08154711) oder ein…1 Replies
in the German-speaking part - im deutschen SprachraumLast post 11 Nov 18, 13:00
"in German-speaking parts of the world" or "in the German-speaking part of Switzerland" wou…6 Replies
Eastern white pine - die Weymouthskiefer wiss.: Pinus strobusLast post 27 Feb 11, 05:23
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