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brittle bone disease - GlasknochenkrankheitLast post 24 Feb 07, 11:30
Vernon Threadgold suffered from brittle bone disease. Aus: "The Queen and I" von Sue Townsen…4 Replies
brittle eyesLast post 09 Jul 14, 23:17
He stared at my brittle eyes.... Sie hat gerade gekokst und gesoffen, ist völlig neben der …7 Replies
Komparativ - brittler oder more brittle?Last post 22 Nov 13, 12:11
Sagt man 'brittler' oder 'more brittle'? 'Brittle' hat zwei Silben und die Endung ist '-le'…62 Replies
brittle naiad - Kleines Nixenkraut, wiss.: Najas minorLast post 14 Jul 12, 03:44 Najas minor Brittle Naiad http://www.weedscienc0 Replies
Krokant-Amarettinistreusel - Brittle-Amarettini CrumbleLast post 13 Aug 09, 14:26
selbst gelöst0 Replies
brittle bone diseaseLast post 31 Aug 09, 21:28
'ne Krankheit?11 Replies
poised brittle aloofnessLast post 09 Mar 11, 15:10
She seemed so dark, so dark and small and fat after the poised brittle aloofness of that Aus…4 Replies
brittle fern / fragile fern / brittle bladder fern - Zerbrechlicher Blasenfarn / Gemeiner Blasenfarn / Felsenblasenfarn [wiss.: Cystopteris fragilis]Last post 02 Dec 10, 23:23 brittle fern –noun a fern, 4 Replies
bladder fern / brittle fern - der Blasenfarn [wiss.: Cystopteris]Last post 29 Nov 10, 17:46 bladder fern (blad|der0 Replies
brittle (maidenhair / maidenhair fern) / fan maidenhair - der Fächer-Frauenhaarfarn [wiss.: Adiantum tenerum]Last post 08 Dec 10, 23:30 2. Adiantum tenerum 0 Replies

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