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to spin sth.

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spin
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spin
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spin
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spin
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etw. drehen

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drehen
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spin - der SpinLast post 23 Feb 08, 20:01
Main Entry: 2spin Function: noun [...] 3 a : a quantum characteristic of an elementary partic6 Replies
spin like a top - sich wie ein Kreisel drehenLast post 02 Jul 08, 17:58
Beispiel aus: Irwin Fridovich "Oxidative Stress", Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, 2001 "..An…0 Replies
spin-off - AusgründungLast post 15 Feb 10, 19:54
the distribution by a business to its stockholders of particular assets and especially of st…2 Replies
spinLast post 25 Apr 07, 14:27
The brewing flap over an ABM system in Eastern Europe has little to do with security and eve…3 Replies
SpinLast post 14 Apr 15, 11:57
ich weiß ehrlich garnicht genau was "spin" auf deutsch bedeutet ... wenn man nur englische …7 Replies
spinLast post 23 Jul 09, 14:28
H. Though I'm still not convinced she's part of it. Ch. making it with Barnett spin that in …0 Replies
spinLast post 26 Oct 07, 00:16
The Laureate of Spin: Poilitics, Poetics and Pretence in the Writings of William Wordsworth17 Replies
"spin"Last post 13 Jan 10, 20:35
The magic of Yesod is the magic of form and appearance, not substance; it is the magic of il…2 Replies
to spin like a top - sich wie ein Kreisel drehenLast post 21 Jan 05, 17:01
express Wörterbuch Englisch Pons Klett-Verlag Turn around and spin like a top. Die mir bisla…1 Replies
spin-orbit coupling - Spin-Bahn-KopplungLast post 14 Oct 08, 14:35
"spin-orbit coupling" = The interaction of the electron spin magnetic moment with the magnet…0 Replies

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