brenne


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brenne

(brɛn)
vb (intr)
obsolete to burn
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Contract award notice: Geolocation of the air carriers bt / hta of the sdei heritage country pnr brenne val-de-creuse val d~anglin
2003; Teo, Su Luan & Sing, 2008; Usluel & Mazman, 2010; Straub, Keil & Brenne, 1997).
Couture garment-making workshops with Kathryn Brenne are in such demand that registration for an upcoming session filled up a mere hour and 25 minutes after Brenne sent out an email to eagerly awaiting students.
As Stefan Brenne (1994, 13) argues, ostraka did not simply function to list names, but also served to condemn, mock, or defame the individuals who appeared on them.
Das Eine nur, nach dem ich brenne, ich find' es nicht --mein Heimatland
On folio 37r, it lacks a sentence which in Seymour reads, "And yf pe wyf dei3e first, men brenne hure and here housbande yf he wile.
For kynge Royns had purfilde a mantell with kynges berdis, and there lacked one place of the mantell; wherefore he sente for hys bearde, othir ellis he wolde entir into his londis and brenne and sle, and nevir leve tylle he hathe the hede and the bearde bothe.
13) Sein Seelenzustand stimmt ihn optimistisch: Faust glaubt nun, dass die Lampe nicht etwa "trub" (679) wie in "Nacht," sondern "freundlich" brenne.
Gareth Bale has possession as Christian Grindheim is left grounded during the Wales victory over Norway on Saturday * Aaron Ramsey shoots as Simen Brenne of Norway looks on * Adam Matthews wins the ball * Darcy Blake is challenged by Norway's Morten Gamst Pedersen
ACKLAM: A free public lecture by Cleveland Naturalists' Field Club, entitled From La Brenne to the Tarn, will be given at 7.
Brenne Wright sells eco-friendly prod ucts at the Go Green Expo on Sunday at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Subs Not Used: Jarstein, Reginiussen, Winsnes, Brenne.