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hummel

(ˈhʌməl)
adj
1. (Zoology) (of cattle) hornless
2. (Agriculture) (of grain) awnless
[C15: of Germanic origin; compare Low German hummel hornless animal]

Hummel

(ˈhʊməl)
n
(Biography) Johann Nepomuk (joˈhan ˈneːpomʊk). 1778–1837, German composer and pianist
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Hummel goes away to work, and Lottchen takes care of it.
Bangs came, said Beth had symptoms of the fever, but he thought she would have it lightly, though he looked sober over the Hummel story.
So Beth lay down on the sofa, the others returned to their work, and the Hummels were forgotten.
The results presented here confirm the interaction of depression with cognitive and functional performance in this vulnerable study population," wrote Jana Hummel, MD.
The Lake County Prosecutor's Office said Monday that Eric Scott Hummel of Hobart also is charged with battery in the fatal shooting of Olivia Hummel.
Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel has threatened criminal action against Central Oregon Community College because of the public safety officers' actions, The Bulletin reported.
UGI Energy Services launched construction of the 20-inch Sunbury Pipeline with a groundbreaking ceremony near the Panda Power Funds Hummel Station generating plant in Shamokin Dam.
At 84, Ed Hummel has a pacemaker, two new knees, one new hip and another he should have replaced a long time ago.
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Program architect, Jay Hummel joined Envestnet in late 2014 as senior vice president in the advisor services group.
In Chapters 4 and 5 Hummel provides a nice balance between theory and practice, with Chapter 4 introducing some of the more prominent theories of SLA while Chapter 5 gives a historical overview of teaching approaches.
Hummel, an ardent traveller, came to India many years ago and was drawn to the spiritual richness of the country.