proll


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proll

(prəʊl)
vb
1. (tr) to rob (someone)
2. (intr) to prowl around; to steal
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European environment ministers including Helen Bjxrnxy from Norway, Josef Proll from Austria and Iceland's Jonina Bjartmarz met in Dublin and issued a statement urging alternatives to nuclear power.
The only pity was that he was unable to put away a great chance in the 80th minute when substitute Oba Martins left him with only Markus Proll to beat.
The Magpies might even have nicked it when Emre went one-on-one with keeper Markus Proll 11 minutes from time.
Nevertheless, it was Dortmund who had the game's first clear-cut chance when Smolarek lobbed Frankfurt keeper Markus Proll from the edge of the box only for Kyrgiakos to race back and clear the ball off the line.
In a February 7 statement on behalf of the EU presidency, Austrian minister Josef Proll said, "We don't need to see a tragedy happen to put safety systems in place.
Previous years have included cannabis campaigner Howard Marks and Astrid Proll who was linked to the ultra-left wing German terrorist gang Baader-Meinhoff.
Diversified will also introduce to the North American market Proll pad- and screen-printing inks from Germany.
Proll Vice President Finance and Business Development Terence L.
Lower Austria fully supports the advancing of the "Gorna Arda" hydro power plant project, says the province's Governor, Edwin Proll.
All these aspects led to the additional investment decision", explained Josef Proll, Finance Minister of Austria.
ERWON PROLL The Governor of the State of Lower Austria is providing his valuable support to the SAVE THE WORLD AWARDS in many ways, and thereby insuring that this unique event has the ideal location.
Kash JC, Tumpey T, Proll S, Canner V, Perwitasari O, Thomas M, et al.