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moer

(muːr)
n
1. (Anatomy) the womb
2. a despicable person
3. the moer in furious; enraged
vb
(tr) to attack (someone or something) violently
[from Afrikaans, literally: mother]
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3 August 2010 - The Luxembourg unit of French bank Credit Agricole (EPA:ACA) has sealed an agreement to buy a controlling stake in Belgian private banking firm Dresdner Van Moer Courtens (DVMC), daily La Tribune wrote today without providing the deal's size.
Target: Dresdner Van Moer Courtens SA; Belgian branch
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Nathan Muat is accused of killing dad-of-one Peter Seeclear at Stadt Moers Park in Whiston at the end of October last year.
That's according to AMG boss Tobias Moers, who has also confirmed that the move would affect the AMG GT supercar, and that to extract more performance the firm will use petrol-electric hybrid drivetrains.
Autocar has reported citing AMG boss Tobias Moers, 'Customers have given us the answer, and most want four-wheel drive.
Mercedes-AMG Management Board Chairman Tobias Moers hosted the opening ceremony, praising Korean customers' heightening interest in Mercedes-AMG.
Speaking to WheelsMagazine, AMG CEO Tobias Moers stated that the makers of high performance sports cars are taking the help ofAmerican band Linkin Park, to develop the sound of future electric cars.
Ariel Cohen, James Cronkite, David Schwartz, Gregory Moers at Douglas Elliman has listed the apartment at $9.85 million.
As part of an exchange with County Durham's partner area of Kreis Moers - now known as Kreis Wesel - a team of under-18 players from schools and youth clubs across the county defeated their German counterparts on July 31, 1966.
As part of an exchange with County Durham's partner area of Kreis Moers - now known as Kreis Wesel - their team of under-18s from schools and youth clubs across the county defeated their German counterparts on 31, July 1966.