zwanziger


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zwanziger

(ˈtsvæntsɪɡə)
n
a former silver coin of Germany or Austria worth twenty kreutzers
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Women are not neglected; the book covers several infamous killers, like Anna Zwanziger, Fannie Creighton, and Rosella Rousseau, as well a few who worked as detectives in the early days.
Es gibt gute Grunde dafur, Kunst und Leben gerade mit Blick auf die Zwanziger Jahre in einem Atemzug zu nennen": Diese Uberlegung, an das Ende des Einleitungskapitels gesetzt, gibt Dietmar Schenks Buch fiber Berlin in seinem grossen Jahrzehnt die Leitbegriffe.
The other suspects named are former German Football Association (DFB) presidents Wolfgang Niersbach and Theo Zwanziger, and former general secretary Horst Rudolf Schmidt.
The other suspects named are former German Football Association presidents Wolfgang Niersbach and Theo Zwanziger, and former general secretary Horst Rudolf Schmidt.
The four are Beckenbauer, former German football association presidents Wolfgang Niersbach and Theo Zwanziger, and former general secretary Horst Rudolf Schmidt.
Dalhousie University chemist Josef Zwanziger has taken on the delicate study of glass, focusing on how atoms bond in order to help develop better materials such as enhanced fibre optic networks.
Former presidents Wolfgang Niersbach and Theo Zwanziger, former secretary generals Helmut Sandrock and Horst R Schmidt and former chief financial officer Stefan Hans are the others named by FIFA as part of a probe.
The others involved are former German Football Association (DFB) chief Wolfgang Niersbach, who resigned over the affair last year, his predecessor Theo Zwanziger, Helmut Sandrock, Horst Schmidt and Stefan Hans.
The German Football Federation (DFB) confirmed reports that appeared in the daily "SE-ddeutsche Zeitung," as well as public broadcasters NDR and WDR on Friday, that it will launch proceedings against the 2006 World Cup Organizing Committee, which includes Franz Beckenbauer and former DFB presidents Theo Zwanziger, Wolfgang Niersbach, Horst R.
Ron Zwanziger, non-executive chairman of EKF said: The sale of Selah, with the associated cost savings, is another step towards re-establishing EKF as a profitable, cash-generating point-of-care diagnostics business.
Theo Zwanziger, the former FIFA executive committee member who was in charge until last May for monitoring Qatari progress towards labour reform, has meanwhile lost confidence in the Gulf state's sincerity.
He said Theo Zwanziger of Germany had never visited Qatar to see what was going on for himself.