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jointly and severally


Definition (britisch)

joint, severally
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Definition (amerikanisch)

jointly, joint, severally, several
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jointly, joint, severally, several
Merriam Webster


jointly, joint, severally, several
Online Etymology Dictionary

alle insgesamt



alle, insgesamt

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-several- - jmdn. abmurksen [sl.] - altmodischLast post 28 Jun 10, 10:48 Replies
joint - AbsteigeLast post 11 Mar 09, 11:54
joint (PLACE) Show phonetics noun [C] 1 INFORMAL a bar or restaurant which serves cheap fo…7 Replies
joint drawing - gemeinsam ZiehenLast post 02 May 11, 17:42 Replies
joint solution - gemeinsame LösungLast post 07 Jul 06, 10:18 Replies
universal joint - KugelgelenkLast post 10 Feb 09, 18:06
Ein "universal joint" ist meines Erachtens ein "Kardangelenk" oder Kreuzgelenk, aber kein Ku…2 Replies
joint adventure - gemeinsame UnternehmungLast post 15 Jun 07, 10:07
Ich glaube, das ist selbstverstaendlich...8 Replies
expansion joint - DehnungsbandLast post 09 Jun 11, 09:15
Wie üblich weiß ich nicht so recht, wie ich einen falschen Eintrag belegen soll. Expansion j…1 Replies
sleazy joint - das BumslokalLast post 14 Jun 11, 15:41 Replies
joint dimension, seam dimension - FugenmasseLast post 29 Jan 19, 11:29
Hier liegt wohl eine Verwechslung zwischen Masse und Maß vor.2 Replies
systematical - (alle Alternativen)Last post 01 Aug 05, 18:06
Gibt's das Wort wirklich? Weder Merriam-Webster noch mein Oxford dictionary hier auf dem Sch…1 Replies
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