proll


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proll

(prəʊl)
vb
1. (tr) to rob (someone)
2. (intr) to prowl around; to steal
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Astrid Proll, Baader-Meinhof: Pictures on the Run 67-77, Zurich, Scalo, 1998, p7.
This was the period of the 'guerrilla icon', as Astrid Proll, ex-member of the Baader Meinhoff gang, once said, when young people did not want to be rock stars but revolutionaries (MacDonald, 1991:212).
All this forms a "package," repeated Austrian Minister Josef Proll, who took the opposite view of the Hungarian EU Presidency, which has proposed to split up the issue, with support from the European Commission and the great majority of EU member states (see Europolitics 4140).
Austria has suspended its aid contributions, the BBC said, noting that Austria's finance minister Josef Proll had complained that Athens had failed to meet targets to increase its tax revenues.
Result of September 2008 elections was again a grand coalition, led by Chancellor Werner Faymann (SPO) and vice Josef Proll (OVP).
Jayaratne, Greek Deputy Prime Minister Theodores Pangalos and Austrian Vice Chancellor Josef Proll.
Reintegration is also difficult, as Astrid Proll testifies; see the Independent, February 18, 2007.
ners not to make their illegally, because it is nities like this to proll be seen by a lot of And with 20% of under 25s in the UK unemployed, the ultimate aim is to help the young people escape from a life on the dole.
On Friday, Josef Proll, the Austrian finance minister, said that his country would agree to lift its banking secrecy, case by case, if "justified suspicions" were presented.
Austrian Agriculture Minister Joseph Proll recently acknowledged that he would not succeed in building a strong enough coalition of member states to oppose the introduction of a labelling threshold for seed, like what already exists for food and feed (0.
Anna Puttick" was, in fact, the false identity of Astrid Proll, a member of the Red Army Faction ("RAF") or Baader-Meinhof Group.