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jäger

(ˈjeɪɡə)
n
(Animals) another name for jaeger

jäger

(ˈjeɪɡə)
n
(Animals) another name for jaeger
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Because of their specialized talents and familiarity with the local princes, Jagers achieved status themselves and were often regarded as a kind of minor nobility by other servants and the peasantry.
Jagers also provided the patterns for period military rifles, including those of Britain (the Baker and Brunswick) and many of the German states.
By the 18th century the military, especially the Germans, were recognizing the military applications of a rifle that could fire farther and straighter than a military musket, and elite Jager units were included in many armies.
Dirk Jagers, CEO for IST METZ, touts the new MBS-6 as the "most efficient UV system in the world.
Also, the MBS-6 gives printers increased Operational availability by way of reduced downtime and service times," Jager said.
And it's based on our single connecting cable philosophy," Jager explained.
But now meet pensioner John Jagers who makes Mr Ramshaw, of Algernon Road, Newcastle, seem like a spring chicken.
Mr Jagers goes to The Royal Quays Health Club, in North Tyneside, with his pal twice a week and spends hours briskly walking, cycling and using the weights.
Mr Jagers moved to Tyneside after he was shipped across during the war and met his wife Jean, who sadly died 18 years ago at the age of 71.
During one of the very first staff meetings at East Mississippi Correctional Facility (EMCF), Warden Aaron Jagers and Assistant Warden Steve Crosson began telling staff about American Correctional Association (ACA) accreditation and its importance.
Jagers also would tell us in our weekly staff meetings what a good job we were doing and how staying on track and focused would allow us the opportunity to receive the esteemed 100 percent compliance.
Jagers summoned all personnel to the contact visitation room to report the audit team's findings.