bread roll

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Translations
houska
bolle
sämpylä
pecivo
ロールパン
브레드 롤
frallasmåfranska
ขนมปังกลม
ổ bánh mì

bread roll

قُرْص مِنْ خُبْز houska bolle Brötchen ψωμάκι panecillo sämpylä petit pain pecivo panino ロールパン 브레드 롤 bolletje rundstykke bułka pão pequeno, pão redondo e pequeno булка småfranska ขนมปังกลม yuvarlak ekmek ổ bánh mì 小圆面包
Multilingual Translator © HarperCollins Publishers 2009
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Ralph Semmel is taking a strategic approach leading the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, the nation's largest university-affiliated research center.
The interview, about the concert organizer Semmel Concerts, which was also present at the interview, had been agreed to with German Playboy.'
For example, Gerber, Semmel, and Semmel (1994) developed a computer-based dynamic assessment of multi-digit multiplication with progressive prompting functions for secondary students.
In a study involving 50 consecutive wheeling events with a 3.7 Mg tractor, Semmel (1993) found that strain softening due to repeated wheeling decreased the minor principal stress and increased the major principal (i.e.
Herbert Semmel, a poverty lawyer who later argued unsuccessfully in the Supreme Court that mothers of nonmarital children should be eligible for Social Security survivors' benefits, believed the emerging emphasis on child support enforcement to be misguided.
[28] Seligman MEP, Abramson LV, Semmel A, Von Beyer C.
Mill, believed that free trade required markets and labor force that "systematic colonization" might supply (Semmel 76).Though free trade did not come to the surface of the parliamentary debates, it remained a hidden cause of the war.
Excellent are the aesthetically pleasing portraits of sweetly somber men, all nudes with trusting eyes: Catherine Opie's photograph of a shirtless Ryan McGinley, posed against a dramatic dark curtain, as if a school photo for a lover; Sylvia Sleigh's Paul Rosano in Jacobsen Chair, 1971, a pinkish nude self-conscious of his role as gazee, a fitting companion to the weathered assurance of Joan Semmel's David, 1982, blowing smoke out of his mouth, hand on his hip as if posing patiently.
Agoston ES, Robinson SJ, Mehra KK, Birch C, Semmel D, Mirkovic J, et al.
Painter Joan Semmel, who organized "Contemporary Women: Consciousness and Content," a companion exhibition to "Women Artists: 1550-1950" when it appeared at the Brooklyn Museum, after its Los Angeles premiere, would write, "The price for entrance into the cathedral of 'high art' has been conformity to male modes." (28) Yet, by 1973, a number of New York artists had started dealing with concepts emerging via the Women's Movement.
Bauer Media Group, Markus Semmel, Director & CEO Spain/ Portugal, 34 91 5476800, nbettini@bauer-media.