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roach (fam.) (sweet) damn all! befriend (v.) reservacion; excusa algue yearn aspirating filter revolting, rebellion, going against, contradiction, antinomy pružiti prvnu pomoć attach bass control, basswood, bast fiber, deep in tone, deep or low-pitched voice; musical instrument; type of fish, food fish, low frequency in audio reproduction, low in pitch, lowest instrument in family, lowest musical part, lowest pitches, lowest singin... antigravity highest point, point in sky directly overhead; peak, highest point; climax, point straight up a ajunge de râs(ul lumii) (comp) dependent compilation, separate compilation snelschrift inducting prov. one today is worth two tomorrow(s); a bird in hand is worth two in the bush. eki Ponderousness osiemdziesiątka probiranje Operation Overlord (u.E.) annual, annual event or issue, occurring every year; continuing for a year, once a year, annually; throughout the year, per year, relating to one year dziedzina; obręb; sfera; zakres; zasięg nepovrijeđen ஏக போக உப்பு உரிமை வரி , பிரெஞ்சு நாட்டுப் பழைய உப்பு வரி cupboard, cabinet, wardrobe щирий Undercharge a few, some, though not many, limited number, little, several; small number of -, pron. some 8-9 day harvest festival, holiday commemorating the 40 years during which the Israelites lived in booths in the wilderness (Judaism), Feast of Tabernacles, Jewish harvest festival, Succoth, Sukkot užitak paradny métier 沙爾克04 沙尔克04 the things that are perfect by nature are better than those that are perfect by art (Cicero) ஓடுசட்டக்கவராயம் cohabitation loving affection, fond feeling; penchant, liking (i.e. for drink or sweets) abnormal psychology pannus you would not justly call him blessed who has many possessions; more justly does he claim the name blessed who knows how to use wisely the gifts of the gods and to bear the hardships of poverty, and who fears disgrace worse than death (Horace) lemon mousse obveza (n.) accordéoniste sautéed pork liver with garlic and parsley amphibole a trademark for a machine that resurfaces the ice on hockey and skating rinks beherrscht (u.E.)/Selbstbeherrschung (u.E.) (S)/Selbstkontrolle (u.E.) (S)/beherrschen (u.E.) (V)