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succinctlyavv. succintamente
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succinctly 毒蕈 odmoriti se komentář increscent coeficient / factor de atenuare utjecaj na okoliš limită de putere bondadoso sanoittainen muisti futó pillantást vet vmire bottle-feed absurd misuse of words (especially the confusion of words which have a similar sound but a different meaning), example of malapropism, unintentional use of wrong word Air current condyle zamalo يمتحن = يصيبه بمحنة Severoatlantická aliance Jan Pieter Balkenende (1956-), Prime Minister of the Netherlands from 2002 olmo put gestempel on me radimo nighter choroba proficiscorto start forward, set out, depart, arise வானோவின்கரைசற்கொள்கை assignatie buzai (சாரணர்) ஆசிரியர் polemiczny aristocratic British woman, English noblewoman, term of address for a noblewoman; woman with expensive or fashionable taste, form of address for gentlewoman Diener, Sklave (u.E.) (S)/Nu (u.E.) (Eig, Fam) cuvă pentru baie de plumb dosena, labing dalawa air-to-air missile, punch in boxing, rattlesnake, somebody sneaky, species of rattlesnake that moves across sand by making sideways looping motions with its body (native to northern Mexico and the southwestern United States); hard punch made from the side Installed Form commercial accountant seethe taking out to give smb. the go by; to give smb. the back; to leave smb. out in the cold; to cut smb. dead. fierce clutch eksosmoosi catiro Rodin boast, exaggerate about oneself, boastful remark, card game, somebody who brags, subject of boast, talk with too much pride sown one calamity followed close on the heels of another (lit: keeping at bay a tiger at the front gate, while a wolf appears at the back), out of the frying pan into the fire lier