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Britons in times of peace, is clearly inferred from the frequent use of the word “medel,” in reference to their soldiery.
Chief of one & gave him a Small medel, his name is Conyear we treated those people well - they are tite Deelers, value Blu & white beeds verry highly, and Sell their roots also highly as they purchase them from the
Microsoft bidrar med 1.5 miljoner USD (både i form av kontanta medel samt teknisk utrustning och datorer) och arbetar ...
Även om stimulanspaket fungerar på kort sikt, vilket jag förvisso ställer mig frågande till, blir frågan vilka de medel - och långsiktiga konsekvenserna av de politiskt beslutade, höga budgetunderskotten kommer att bli.
Lewis I should be there my Self in corse of a fiew hours, Sent the interpeter back with him and proceeded on my Self to the Canoes found them nearly finished, the timber verry bad, after visiting all the perogues where I found a number of Indans I wind to the upper mandan Village & Smoked a pipe the greatest mark of friendship and attention with the Chief and returned on my return found the M.nitarree Chief about Setting out on his return to his village, having recieved of Captain M. Lewis a medel Gorget armbans, a Flag
We have not had One cold day Since we passed below the last falls or great Shute & Some time before the Climent is temperate, and the only change we have experienced is from fair weather to rainey windey weather - I made a chief & gave a medel this man is name Tow-wall and appears to have Some influence with the nation and tells me he lives at the great Shute-we gave the Squar a Coate of Blue
has said that given 2 billion and 10 years, we can make the required biotech breakthroughs to reverse aging in a mouse medel, then humans next.......the world easily spends wastes 2
påpekar att det med enkla medel går att öka valdeltagandet:
rolig commented on the word medel
Coincidentally, this adjective, which can mean "dull, confused" is pronounced a lot like the English word "muddle".
From the definition in the SSKJ:
dull, dim (medla lu�?); vague (neopredeljen, neizdelan: medla slutnja); confused (zmeden: medla glava, medla zavest); weak in health (slaboten); weak in force (medla dež, medel veter)
April 20, 2009