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Vitreous humor / vitreous humourLast post 04 Dec 18, 06:25
vitreous humor (humour): -      The fluid portion of the vitreous body; often used to designat1 Replies
vitreous passagewayLast post 20 May 06, 06:33
.. the eye to include any vitreous passageway es geht um ein implantierfähiges Ding, das zum…1 Replies
vitreous cavityLast post 11 Feb 09, 11:24
a biodegradable, steroidal anti- inflammatory, sustained-release drug delivery system that …6 Replies
Glasig kochenLast post 27 Jun 07, 04:00
Kochen bis die Mixture glasig ist1 Replies
glasig duenstenLast post 01 Apr 12, 11:38
Zwiebeln und Speck glasig duensten Ich versuche eine Rezepte zu uebersetzen danke14 Replies
Eye Vitreous humor (humour) Last post 04 Dec 18, 12:23
vitreous humor (humour): -      The fluid portion of the vitreous body; often used to designat2 Replies
braten bis die Zwiebeln glasig sind - fry the ognion until transparentLast post 24 Sep 09, 11:13
Receipt for „Röschti“ Receipt for "Röschti" for 4 persons you nee: one oignon 8 midd19 Replies
alles andämpfen, dünsten bis er glasig istLast post 28 Feb 07, 13:23
für die übersetzung eines rezepts es sind zwei sätze, also nicht zusammenhängend1 Replies
Zwiebeln und Knoblauch in Olivenöl *glasig anschwitzen*Last post 10 May 13, 22:36
This translation is quite a challenge -- not only am I stumped by some of the phrases, I'm g…7 Replies
to glaze overLast post 21 Feb 08, 18:05
From the The Streets song "Dry Your Eyes": ... I look at her she stares almost straight back…2 Replies

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