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superior | superior to sth.


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besser | besser als etw.



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Superior by GentlemanLast post 08 Aug 08, 13:10
Hi all, I've got a question: In "Superior" by Gentleman there is this verse: Are you 'member…2 Replies
im Schnitt besser abschneiden - performs in average superior toLast post 04 Dec 07, 17:09
Model combination performs in average superior to employing only individual models. I was to…4 Replies
gut-wrenching - herzzerrreißendLast post 11 Sep 14, 17:16
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besser - besser??Last post 22 Mar 10, 20:59
Mom and bady to discharge hospit and Dad to find oneself a job in the theatre. Since that d…3 Replies
Lake Superior - Oberer SeeLast post 03 Jul 06, 18:04 1. Oberer See ( eng…7 Replies
Generalsuperior - superior generalLast post 17 Sep 12, 12:07
Ein Deutscher wurde zum neuen Generalsuperior der Steyler Missionare gewählt. -1 Replies
Provinzoberer - provincial superiorLast post 02 Feb 10, 11:51
Provinzoberer Dartmann kündigt umfassende Aufklärung nach Bekanntwerden der Missbrauchsvorwü…2 Replies
Superior General - GeneralobererLast post 11 Oct 02, 15:50
The Superior General of the Society of Jesus is the official title of the leader of the Soci…5 Replies
superior quality... / ... of high qualityLast post 06 Feb 09, 19:31
= superior quality... = …of superior quality = high quality… = …of high quality = top quality.0 Replies
Besser formulierenLast post 17 Dec 10, 17:02
Ich hoffe, dass Sie mit unserem Drucker vollends zufrieden sind. Können wir sonst noch etwas…1 Replies

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