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damme

(ˈdæmiː)
interj
obsolete an exclamation of surprise or annoyance
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'Twas I that, when thou wert i'the way to heaven, Damm'd up thy passage; when thou took'st the book To view the Scriptures, then I turn'd the leaves, And led thine eye.
Antje Damm's cut-out figures stand out against dioramas of photos and cardboard, lending atmosphere and domestic detail to each scene, with shifting colour to indicate changes of mood.
Peter Damm's motto has always been: "Stop as long as it's still regrettable." He made his life changes consistently at the right time.
Synonymous with the unique food and art culture of Barcelona, Estrella Damm has been the Official Beer Partner of the World's 50 Best Restaurants and sponsor of the Chefs' Choice Award since 2015.
Nicholas Robinson, editor of the Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropubs, said: "Gastropubs are unique for many reasons, mainly because they blur the lines between pubs and restaurants, yet maintain the charm and atmosphere of a traditional pub.
"We also aim to develop further our range of international licensed brands and look forward to working with our new overseas partners, including Estrella Damm, Erdinger and Kirin."
Prior to serving as CEO, Damm was a volunteer on the board.
"Shalom from Jerusalem, Israel!" Van Damm originally wrote as the caption to a photo of himself at the Old City of Jerusalem in an "Israel" hat.
Damm has a big serve and an excellent backhand return while Stepanek has an all-court game,"he explained.
The movie starred Bob Hoskins as Van Damm and Judi Dench as eccentric, wealthy widow Laura Henderson, who bought the run-down cinema on Great Windmill Street near Piccadilly Circus and converted it into the 300-seat theatre.