bummel

bummel

(ˈbʌməl)
n
a stroll
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And the sequel to that is Three Men On The Bummel, which is a German word.
60) All of these transformations center on Vanderdecken, starting from Act 1, scene 3, where he appears on board a ship sailing for the Cape and offers his cursed letters to the sailors; as the comic character Peter von Bummel reaches for one of the missives, a rapid succession of events unfolds: the letter explodes and, when the sailors try to catch Vanderdecken, he "vanishes through the deck" (the vampire trap again) and then "rises from the sea in blue fire," while the phantom ship appears "in the sky behind him," all to appropriate music (19).
Franz and Paul Bummel were playing in the basement of their home while their father was upstairs and their mother was at work.
Andreas Bummel in his written address to the session on The Internet and Global Democracy said: "The internet revolution we experience today increases doubts on whether the current system of global governance is still up to date.
Three Men on the Bummel by Jerome K Jerome (Penguin Classics, 2 [pounds sterling])
they would listen to the contents, as drawled out by Derrick Van Bummel, the schoolmaster, a dapper learned little man, who was not to be daunted by the most gigantic word in the dictionary; and how they sagely they would deliberate upon public events some months after they had taken place
Artificial stimulants were an essential part of the social etiquette of the all-night Bummel or the whirl of artists' balls during Karneval.
Kitzing observes: 'Wenn man den Pariser vor die Wahl stellte, e ntweder auf den Bummel oder auf Kino, Theater und sonstige Vergnugungen zu verzichten, er wurde bitten, bummeln zu durfen.
Jerome's Three Men in a Boat and Three Men on the Bummel ([pounds]6.
Jerome's many other works include Three Men on the Bummel (1900) and Paul Kelver (1902), an autobiographical novel.
Bummel, and wipes fog from the inside of the windshield with a mildewed handkerchief.