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macher

(ˈmɑxər)
n
an important or influential person: often used ironically
[Yiddish, from German, literally: doer]
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Il defendait, sans macher ses mots, la gestion liberale et les derives des gouvernements qui se sont succede depuis le regne de Leopold Sedar Sengor, dont il fut, au depart, un admirateur qui l'avait amene a la politique.
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The Element of Water by Stevie Davies MACHER and five butchers were escorted to Donitz's presence.
This week, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) sent an investigative team to Nicaragua, the members of which included Guatemala's former attorney general Claudia Paz y Paz and Sofia Macher, a former head of Peru's truth and reconciliation commission.
Police said that the gunmen barged into house located in Macher Colony, Kimari while shot 30 years old Adbul Gayoor multiple times and managed to flee.
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Excerpted from Making Your Small Farm Profitable, & by Ron Macher, used with permission from Storey Publishing.
Selon la monographie de RENVELA[R] (Sanofi-Aventis, 2017), << On ne doit pas croquer, macher ni rompre les comprimes de RENVELA (carbonate de sevelamer) avant de les avaler.
MACHER'S family sent a message of congratulations to Lewis Hamilton after he equalled the German's record of 68 pole positions.