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dunder

(ˈdʌndə)
n
(Brewing) brewing the deposit or sediment of cane-juice that contains yeast left over from making a quantity of rum that is used in the fermentation process in making a new quantity
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Fittingly for a conversation sparked in part by bad behavior in the entertainment industry, Romero played a clip from the NBC series The Office in which Toby, the hapless HR manager, is forced to give a five-minute refresher on Dunder Mifflins sexual-harassment policy in the wake of one of Michael Scotts cringe-worthy jokes.
A search is underway to find a new star to take over as the show's Michael Scott-like regional manager of paper supply company Dunder Mifflin.
E, embora os atletas avaliados disputem provas de velocidade (50 e 100 metros), foi verificado que eles apresentam boa aptidao cardiorrespiratoria, conforme a classificacao de (Andries, Dunder, 001).
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Series creator and executive producer Greg Daniels and co-star Rainn Wilson, who played Dunder Mifflin employee Dwight Schrute, pick some of their all-time favorite Steve Carell episodes and scenes.
Bill Dunder, who lives at William Batchelor House, said: "Within a year there said: "Within a year there will be 20 accidents and about four people killed or seriously injured.
Originally, the final two reindeer names are Dunder and Blixem – Dutch for "thunder and lightning".
Alguns trabalhos, como Henn (1996), Dunder (1998) e Costa e Piacenti (2008) analisam a viabilidade da utilizacao de contratos futuros para este fim.
Calculation of Thermal Effectiveness: Thermal effectiveness (TE) is the ratio of crop growth for 1 dunder real temperature conditions to crop growth for 1 where To is the optimum growth temperature; Tb is thebase temperature of growth; Tm is the maximumtemperature of growth; and T is the mean temperature each hour.