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to pesist - andauernLast post 14 Aug 07, 21:51
Because,..., a mechanism is required to persist the security context established after a req…3 Replies
last not least - last not leastLast post 30 Jun 10, 21:59
A native Englisch (am.) speaker sagt/schreibt nie "last not least" - das ist eine deutsche (…42 Replies
andauernLast post 27 Feb 07, 13:40
Der Kult um Luise verbreitete sich in ganz Deutschland und dauerte Jahrhunderte an. The …5 Replies
andauernLast post 10 Aug 06, 10:34
Beispiel (real aus "Samstag Nacht"): "Am letzten Wochenende fand in Chemnitz der diesjährige…9 Replies
andauernLast post 24 Dec 14, 02:16
Dieser Satz ist falsch, oder? The text is about the problem of racial tensions that still l…10 Replies
last callLast post 22 May 08, 08:55
Hey there!Can somebody tell me if there is a certain law that included the facts of the last…1 Replies
Last linesLast post 31 Dec 20, 16:35
Gibson started "First lines" with Orwell; a good last line is He loved Big Brother. Shudd…40 Replies
to rumble on - andauernLast post 13 Jul 08, 14:28
Anglican bishop debate rumbles on. Anglicans angry over the vote in favour of women bishops …1 Replies
shoe-last celt - drechselkeilLast post 05 Jun 14, 21:58
Muss heißen: dechselklinge (ohne "r"), s. Fachliteratur, hilfsweise wikipedia Da wird nichts…3 Replies
shoe-last celt - die DrechselklingeLast post 10 Sep 14, 10:31
Üblicherweise wird die Drehzahl so eingestellt, dass an der Drechselklinge eine Geschwindigk3 Replies

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