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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.
"Meg, I wish you'd go and see the Hummels. You know Mother told us not to forget them." said Beth, ten days after Mrs.
"It's well enough for me to go out with Laurie, but not well enough to go to the Hummels'," said Jo, laughing, but looking a little ashamed of her inconsistency.
So Beth lay down on the sofa, the others returned to their work, and the Hummels were forgotten.
The Sky Blues have teamed up with Dutch sportswear company hummel to produce their kits each season as well as a range of training wear.
The environmentallyfriendly strip uses ZEROH2O - a new waterless dye process pioneered by sports firm Hummel UK.
"The use cases are almost endless," says Tracey Hummel, Bee and Kin's founder.
SUNDERLAND fans are hoping to see the club sign a kit manufacturing deal with Hummel after seeing Northern League side Seaham Red Star's new kit.
And when nearby Northern League side Seaham Red Star released their new home kit from Hummel at the weekend, it naturally had many Sunderland fans talking, given that the two sides both wear red and white stripes.
That 'guerilla marketing' caused quite a buzz on social media but kit firm Hummel have confirmed it is genuine.