janker


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janker

(ˈdʒæŋkə)
n
a device for transporting logs
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Then, just before the half hour mark, the Germans forced a corner which was whipped in by Philipp Max but, despite jumping clear of his Boro markers, Cristoph Janker headed over from a decent position inside the box.
Fourth through sixth were all CRG SpA karters including Paavo Tonteri, Hannes Janker and Tom Joyner in that same order.
FC AUGSBURG: Hitz, Verhaegh, Janker, Klavan, Stafylidis, Esswein Altintop, Werner, Koo, Caiuby, Kohr.
Sturridge should have put the game beyond Augsburg just after the break when a misplaced pass by Christoph Janker was returned by Coutinho but, having side-stepped Ragnar Klavan, he rolled a right-footed shot wide of the far post.
But the manner of that win shouldn't be ignored, as they outmuscled the Yellow-Blacks throughout and kept them at bay despite Christoph Janker's second-half red card.
An efficient supplier management that begins with the identification of potential suppliers is of central importance for successful supply chain management (Lasch, Janker 2005).
Male flight attendants will wear lederhosen, combined with a janker -- the traditional Bavarian jacket -- and a waistcoat.
"Knauf invested EUR 62 M in the project," said Ingrid Janker, chief executive of the company subsidiary Knauf Bulgaria.
Hoffenheim players Andreas Ibertsberger and Christoph Janker had already been cleared of any wrongdoing after they were 10 minutes late for the test after last month's draw with Borussia Moenchengladbach as a club official did not tell them in time.
The set-up is so Janker McJankenstein that we think Jordan Price is just 180-ing it.
Director and ICAF Board Member, Elena Janker, convinced the Utopia Station organizers to introduce children's utopias in their famous exhibition.