weid

weid

(wiːd)
n
a sudden illness
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According to the tender documents = in accordance with the law on public procurement of the canton of bern of 11 june 2002 (bg) and the associated ordinance (bv), competition is opened for the following order: construction of a retention basin (rhb) on about 25~00 m3 hermiswilbach for the flood protection of weiler weid (municipalities rmligen and kaufdorf) and the village of kaufdorf.
Mae'r sioe weid ei thrwytho gyda delweddau a cherddoriaeth a chaneuon newydd wedi'u cyfansoddi gan Angharad Jenkins a Gwilym Bowen Rhys.
1830s, labeled Hidatsa collected by Prince Maximilian of Weid.
were caught by Olmuller Weid eating a bunch of grapes in his vineyard; he brought them to town and handed them to the authorities.
Prior to the construction of the Villa, the Meyland grounds belonged to the vast country estate of Backershagen and was sold by the heirs of Princess Marie von Weid, the daughter of Prince Frederick of the Netherlands and wife of William, the fifth Prince of Weid (Germany) to members of the company Weise & Co.
Para Weid (2015), em nossa sociedade, determinado "corpo teorico-pratico" orienta nao so os especialistas, mas, tambem, os modos de estar no mundo de pessoas cegas, o que amplia a compreensao da cegueira para alem da abordagem biomedica de deficiencia.
Hauri D, Spycher B, Huss A, Zimmermann F, Grotzer M, von der Weid N, et al.
Hug C and D von der Weid Spirulina in the fight against malnutrition: assessment and prospects.
o 1 (2012): 177-221; Elisabeth Von der Weid, "La industria textil en Brasil.
This was an actual trip from 1832-1834 [when] Prince Maximilian du Weid traveled to the interior of America to observe the imperiled tribes along the Missouri.
CEO Roger Von Der Weid is in town to introduce the latest of Lalique at Rustan's.