schellum

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schellum

(ˈskɛləm) ;

schelm

(skɛlm)
n
archaic a person or an animal that is a rascal or villain
adj
(of a person or animal) villainous, sly, or untrustworthy
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Der Schelm, a publishing house in Leipzig, Germanyit's owned by Adrian Plessinger, who has been "convicted of multiple counts of inciting racial hatred" according to Deutsche Wellshas begun selling a new edition of the 1943 version of Mein Kampf that is "unchanged and without comment.
Coda /lm/ is found in German Schelm, Ulm, but has been largely eliminated in English calm, alms (although not in helm, realm).
The Red Army faction militant Petra Schelm had been killed in Hamburg in July, only a couple of weeks after the Mariannenstrasse building seizure, leading to terrorist reprisals.
While Parson's Punch is one to follow, make a note of both the third and fourth, Easement and Schelm.
gudrinieks, gudri-niece 'der (die) Kluge, ein Klugling, ein schlauer, geriebener Mensch, ein Schelm (ME I 675); sugnika 'Verwandter' (180 sub sug), vgl.
And Schelm, winner of the race last year and runner-up to The Fonze at Tipperary last time, might put his greater experience to good use against chief rival Bahrain Storm in the five-runner Irish Open July 28th-31st Chase.
Free World returned to the track at Bangor in November and after looking all over the winner two out, was nailed on the run-in by Schelm.
The stable has certainly found a way to make the gelding tick with him scoring by four-and-a-half lengths from Schelm in a two-mile hurdle at Wexford on June 7.
Should Schelm not be up to the task He's Mine Too would come into the reckoning following a solid all-weather debut effort here over Christmas.
Don Schelm was promoted to property management coordinator for Omaha, Neb.