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slack line - Slack lineLast post 02 Oct 13, 17:06
Band zum Balacieren8 Replies
unbelebt - unenlivenedLast post 26 Jun 10, 16:31
I wish to include my voice as the researcher, acknowledging that 'data collection' is a rath…3 Replies
unbelebtLast post 16 Oct 10, 00:52
"In der unbelebten Natur..." Which means, rocks, minerals, but also dead organisms and their…3 Replies
\tslack\t \t - Lose LeinenLast post 22 Aug 07, 15:49
Zumindest muss lose klein geschrieben werden: lose Leinen. Ich habe aber Zweifel ob das Wort…5 Replies
slack - LeerlaufLast post 29 Apr 09, 09:27
Because we had allowed some slack, the schedule effect was minimal once our project manager …1 Replies
slack water - KenterungLast post 17 Mar 06, 13:27
z.B. water Den Zeitpunkt der Strömungsumkehr zwisch…4 Replies
to slack away [naut.] - fieren - Tau, Kette etc. | fierte, gefiert |Last post 07 Sep 09, 12:59…0 Replies
slack in bending direction [tech.] - beugeweichLast post 24 Jan 06, 14:41
'beugeweich' gibt es lt. Google nicht, aber biegeweich. Ob das auch zum engl. Ausdruck paßt,…1 Replies
slack tide - Stillwasser, Kenterpunkt Last post 26 Apr 09, 13:09 "Slack water, or slack tide, is the period during w…0 Replies
slackLast post 15 Apr 17, 18:01
The manager often cannot know whether high costs are due to a high level of quality or a hig…3 Replies
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