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pfeifend atmen



pfeifen, atmen

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wheezeLast post 20 Oct 06, 12:20
BA Business Life We offered people a 'free' set of encyclopedias, a 'free' bookcase and anot…1 Replies
WheezeLast post 30 May 10, 18:30
"Even so, as taxpayers elsewhere dig deep to pay for their bankers' wheezes they might think…2 Replies
schwer atmen / schwer durch atmenLast post 26 Oct 06, 21:40
What's the difference between "schwer atmen - to breathe heavily" and schwer durch atmen, as…5 Replies
tax wheezeLast post 13 Feb 10, 11:47
companies use tax wheezes to whittle down the sums of their tax burden2 Replies
whistle - pfeifenLast post 03 Dec 12, 09:07
I whistled spontaneously today for the first time in quite some while. Ich habe heute zum er…3 Replies
Rohre oder Pfeifen?Last post 17 Aug 12, 13:56
In meinem witzigen amerikanischen Krimi kommt an einigen Stellen eine "ceramic pipe factory"…28 Replies
nap the wheezeLast post 27 Jun 09, 21:00
Didn't catch me napping that wheeze. Valise I have a particular fancy for. Bob Cowley lent h…3 Replies
in eine Tüte atmenLast post 22 Feb 17, 09:11
Weil ich diesen interessanten Faden hier nicht mit OT-Fragen aus dem Gleis werfen möchte: au…27 Replies
wheeze-a-week strategyLast post 07 Mar 07, 13:50
According to this ephemeral wheeze-a-week strategy, a favoured policy must be lauchned, agai…8 Replies
to be on one's last legs - auf dem letzten Loch pfeifenLast post 26 Jul 06, 12:05
Es gibt derzeit mehrere Varianten zur Übersetzung von "to be on one's last legs" unter ander…17 Replies

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