Wolle


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n.1.Wool.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Jurgen Klopp, determined not to spend big after shelling out PS160million last year, lured the 17-year-old centre-back (above) from Dutch side wolle yesterday for just PS1.3million.
More seriously the connection between JWWV 12 and 12a can go completely unrecognised because the former has the text Es wolle uns Gott genadig sein (1524) and the latter the text Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam (1551) (5).
The photographs in the exhibition are accompanied by texts providing historical detail written by renowned German historian Stefan Wolle who, like Hauswald, also grew up in East Germany.
Ferner wird haufig vermutet, man wolle geltend machen, dass humanwissenschaftliche Forschung eben zwangslaufig normativ sei - und dass speziell die Nachhaltigkeitsforschung, da sie doch politische Vorschlage unterbreite, ebenfalls normativ sei (exemplarisch dazu Lang et al.
"The logistics business is going through a period of change with mergers and acquisitions on the one hand and digitalization, creating new competitors and new business models, on the other," says Kuehne + Nagel's chairman of the board Joerg Wolle.
We have here a new play of humors in very great request, and I was drawn alonge to yt by the common applause, but my opinion of yt is (as the fellow sayde of the shearing of hogges) that there was a great crie for so litle wolle. (8) Likely referring to George Chapman's An Humorous Day's Mirth, Chamberlain's letter registers the ambient chatter among Londoners who either attended plays or at least knew those who did.