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glit·ten

 (glĭt′n)
n.
A fingerless glove having a hoodlike pouch at the knuckles that can be pulled over the fingers for protection.

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Er horte sie weinen und mitunter:>>Gegrusst seyst du, Maria!<< und >>bitte fur uns arme Sunder!<< Die Kugelchen des Rosenkranzes glitten an seinem Gesicht hin.--Ein unwillkurlicher Seufzer entfuhr ihm.-->>Friedrich, bist du wach?<< ->>Ja, Mutter.<< ->>Kind, bete ein wenig--du kannst ja schon das halbe Vaterunser--dass Gott uns bewahre vor Wasser- und Feuersnot.<< (7) Margreth's turn to religion in the interest of Friedrich's and her own safety appears natural, yet the novella illustrates that seeking refuge in religion for fear of one's well-being may derive from an unwillingness to face social sanctions.
Og da var det blant annet en politimann som jobber forebyggende og som sitter i en del utvalg som jeg sitter i som var med og han sa etterpa at denne glitten har en fysisk helse som en 80-aring, sa det er klart jeg foler jo pa det >>
Human resource scholars advocate that supervisors have important roles that can determine the success of training programmes (Glitten 2001, Nijman, Vognum & Veldkamp 2006).
"Ob auch finstere Blicke glitten" (Heyse's translation of the anonymous poem, "Aunque Con Semblante Airado Me Mirais, Ojos Serenos")
These hybrids are called convertible mittens or glittens.