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to occupy sth.

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etw. belegen



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Occupy Wall StreetLast post 27 Nov 11, 22:48 Op-Ed Colum…8 Replies
beschäftigen - occupyLast post 10 Aug 07, 16:46
Zu unterlassen ist insbeson¬dere die Einstellung oder sonstige Beschäftigung von Mitarbeiter…2 Replies
occupy (building/ house)Last post 16 Mar 21, 21:03
Kann das Verb occupy im Sinne von squatter verwendet werden und das Nomen occupation im Sinn…19 Replies
occupyLast post 23 Apr 11, 21:46
Grassland and savannah occupy a substantial part of Southern Africa. Grasland und Savanne (…3 Replies
to garnish - mit Beschlag belegenLast post 13 May 13, 14:36
to add something to a dish of food to make it look more attractive garnish something with so…6 Replies
Occupy Wall Street sucht freiwillige ÜbersetzerLast post 08 Oct 11, 04:10
Die Protestbewegung sucht Sympathisanten, die bereit sind, bei den Übersetzungen zu helfen (…5 Replies
‘Occupy Waters’Last post 14 May 15, 00:17
“So can I live with you?” he asks with sudden ease and little fear of rejection. “Sure,” I s10 Replies
can land occupy an area?Last post 19 Aug 10, 18:54
This sentence is bothering me (I did not write it) I think because I don't see how land can …11 Replies
sequestrate - (Eigentum) mit Arrest belegenLast post 14 Aug 08, 10:47
The first paragraph of this Article enumerates the grounds for the seizure of property, sub …0 Replies
Pfarrstelle innehaben - occupy the rectorateLast post 04 Feb 09, 15:32
He occupied the rectorate until his death shortly after. oder doch held the rectorate?0 Replies

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