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etw. einsetzen



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to employ - einsetzen - MaterialienLast post 27 Dec 04, 15:42
To employ is translated as 'einsetzen - Materialien', and 'to deploy' is translated as 'ein…2 Replies
einsetzen - employ or deploy?Last post 18 Mar 10, 11:45
Mit X.XX4 Mitarbeitern setzte XXXX etwa so viel Personal wie im Vorjahr ein. this company p…2 Replies
employLast post 08 Aug 09, 21:48
All (100%) GWS patients immunized for service in Desert Shield/Desert Storm who did not depl…6 Replies
employ in diesem Kontext?Last post 23 Dec 10, 16:08
Kontext: Es geht um ein Experiment, von dem ich den Versuchsaufbau erklären will. The mouse…2 Replies
Lücke einsetzenLast post 06 Jun 04, 20:41
____ your knowledge of nouns _______ (improve) so far? Was gehören das in die Lücken rein? B…2 Replies
Phrasen einsetzen:Last post 23 Nov 07, 12:52
Wo würdet ihr folgende Phrasen einsetzen?: give up hit back at run over take on …22 Replies
use - einsetzenLast post 12 May 11, 09:35
This appears to be missing, which seems very odd. I am not going to cite sources, as this i…6 Replies
wirksam einsetzen - wirksam einsetzenLast post 04 Apr 08, 16:20
Sehr hilfreich bei Einsetzung das Talent der Leute wirksam. is das korrekt?4 Replies
employ factorLast post 09 Oct 11, 17:14
There is a factor that we need to employ more, that is the diminishment of conjunctival scar…1 Replies
Employ interventions - Interventionen anwenden???Last post 11 Dec 06, 11:06
Effective group decision making is likely to occur, when group members employ appropriate in…3 Replies

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