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kleinlaut

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kleinlaut
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The meekLast post 17 Aug 10, 22:20
The meek shall inherit the earth Teil eines Textes von der Band "Wir sind Helden". Leider w…19 Replies
Eat the meekLast post 22 Jul 09, 17:30
It's a NOFX song. what does it mean?3 Replies
meek and insubstantialLast post 05 May 07, 18:19
the current efforts of the government in the above mentioned reforms can at best be classifi…1 Replies
glorybound pure, inheriting meekLast post 25 Oct 09, 12:11
She did not tell them they were the blessed of the earth, its inheriting meek or its glorybo…1 Replies
Kreide fressen - to become meek and mildLast post 30 Jun 09, 21:15
Die Redewendung "Kreide fressen" deutet auf das Märchen „Der Wolf und die sieben jungen Geiß3 Replies
The meek will inherit the earthLast post 30 Oct 08, 22:51
this is the bible quote, I know the words in German for this but because the Bible is writte…2 Replies
sheepish - blödeLast post 24 Mar 04, 09:13
the other translations (in either direction) seem okay, but this one seems wrong to me; or i…8 Replies
Ganz klein mit Hut sein.Last post 06 Aug 10, 15:28
Der Klient ist da ganz klein mit Hut. Wer hat eine Idee, wie man das in Englische bringen k…5 Replies
Brav wie ein LammLast post 25 Nov 08, 18:29
Man kann keiner Fliege etwas zu leide tun. Oder "der ist eigentlich ein Schaf" Gibts für s…4 Replies
Kleine werden Groß, Arme Reich, Last post 17 Oct 06, 10:11
ich suche so eine Art "die kleinen werden zu den Großen, die Armen zu Reichen" etc. muss ni…6 Replies

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