schmock

schmock

(ʃmɒk)
n
another name for schmuck
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The question of the "inner balance" of such characters is indeed a very interesting playground for novelists, playwrights (Schmock, Bel Ami), philosophers (from Voltaire to Kraus) and movie directors (from Capra to Pakula) wishing to describe social pathology including intellectual misery, unlimited political ambition, ethical uncertainty and various forms of corruption.
The Schmock Israeli restaurant in the Bavarian capital of Munich was forced to close recently.
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In another song released after the 2008 financial crisis, Naidoo refers to the German-Jewish Rothschild banking family as "Baron Deadschild" and uses the word "schmock", a derogatory term in Yiddish.
BOUVERESSE, Jacques (2003): Schmock ou le triomphe du journalisme.
Preventability of the suspected ADRs was assessed by using the Schmock and Thornton criterion modified by Lau et al., and showed that 384 (40.42%) ADRs were definitely preventable.
Additional funds and knowledge exchanges are the main advantages whereas short term orientation of the research and restrictions to publications are the disadvantages from interactions with industry (Meyer-Krahmer and Schmock, 1998; Starbuck, 2001).
Powell, Joseph Prater, Michael Schmock, Peter Thompson, Renee Vandermaas, Eric Ware, Megan Wenzel, Emily Williamson, Anita Wuoti.
Schmock, (100) a 2000 case that dismissed a [section] 3617 claim by a California minority family who alleged that the defendant-neighbors had engaged in numerous acts of physical harassment and verbal abuse against the plaintiffs over a nine-year period.
The heroes of my generation were Otis Davis, the 1960 400-meter champion; Bill Dellinger, the bronze medalist in the 5,000 at Tokyo; Jim Bailey, who ran the first sub-four-minute mile in America; Dyrol Burleson, Wade Bell, Pre, Rudy, Alberto, Matt Centrowitz, Billy McChesney, Mac Wilkins, Pete Schmock.
The story quotes Taylor and Sentinel Express Sales Manager Jaqui Schmock providing estimated prices of less than half what they say might be expected from other services.
(64.) Segun constaba en los hechos, los Schmock insultaban a los Egan llamandoles <<sucios indios>> o <<monos>>, al tiempo que les provocaban