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schlager

(ˈʃlɑːɡer)
n
(Pop Music) music a type of European popular music focusing on love and feelings

schläger

(ˈʃleɪɡə)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a German duelling sword
[German: from schlagen to beat]
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The big new addition for 2019 is a massive outdoor beer garden in Leazes Park and there will be a German band on hand to entertain inside and out with a range of songs from traditional oompah music to great German Schlager.
Robert Schlager, Managing Director 716-631-0011 * rschlager@nationalaircargo.com
Salzburg, who reached the last 32 along with Celtic from Group B, thrashed Bruges 4-0 for a 5-2 aggregate win, with Patson Daka's double following Xaver Schlager's opener and Munas Dabbur making up for a missed penalty by adding a late fourth.
Fischer, 34, is a singer in the schlager style, a sentimental German pop tradition that shares themes with country music.
After a first half of few chances, Xaver Schlager put Austria ahead four minutes into the second half, nipping in front of George Saville to rifle a low shot across goal.
AUSTRIA Lindner, Ulmer, Dragovic, Hinterreger, Ilsanker (Zulj 46), Alaba, Gregoritsch (Arnautovic 71), Baumgartlinger, Lainer, Lazaro, Schlager. Referee Jonathan Lardot (Belgium) Attendance 17,895
Carterville resident, business owner and author Steve Schlager was the guest speaker describing his recently published book entitled, "The Train that Vanished."
Other green-minded developments discussed at Outlook include a presentation on the flushability of Lyocell fibers when used in wipes from Lenzing's Stefanie Schlager and a discussion on flushable wipes capacity in terms of market demand opportunities from Jonathan Bourget, managing director of Apis REX.
The higher-level programming language ofR is especially deserving of mention, because (1) it is a keystone example of the power of open-source licensing; (2) it has popularly been used in physical anthropology (the parent discipline) for morphometric analysis in the open-source context (Santos 2017; Schlager 2017; Sylvester et al.
Virtually unknown in the US, Helene Fischer is the uncontested queen of what Germans call Schlager music -- basically pop music sung in German.