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mount - ausstopfenLast post 03 Jan 16, 21:19
„The term "stuffing" or a "stuffed animal" evolved from this crude form of taxidermy. Profes…1 Replies
Punny stuffLast post 30 Jan 13, 20:06
Hi all. When the name Wile E. Coyote (my hapless soulmate) came up recently, I got to thinki…45 Replies
funny stuffLast post 21 Oct 08, 02:24
1. Within, say, the last two weeks a citation was made referencing back to a thread wherein …34 Replies
madness stuffLast post 08 Jan 09, 14:48
The facts and interview outtakes are right but this time the blogger was writing madness stu…2 Replies
get stuffed - lass dich ausstopfenLast post 07 Oct 07, 17:07
"G st., sunshine," Mister Phyllis said. oder ärger?4 Replies
the whole stuff - der ganze KramLast post 03 Jun 05, 05:59
This sounds like "Denglish" to me. While a Google search does return several thousand hits,…1 Replies
stuff [constr.]\t \t - die SpeiseLast post 09 Apr 08, 15:41
Für den Eintrag Speise = stuff (constr.) habe ich keinen Beleg gefunden, aber auch nicht gro…1 Replies
coarse stuff?? [BAU.]   - der Kalksandmörtel  Pl.  Last post 30 Jul 18, 04:41
Bitte mal das Lexikon auf Fragezeichen zu checken :-)3 Replies
boling/carding - KrempelLast post 08 Nov 06, 21:34
Concise Oxford Duden Dictionary, Oxford University Press, 1998 Have also never ever heard t…0 Replies
shipping stuff to the USALast post 26 Jun 07, 18:52
Does anyone have experience with shipping stuff to the United States? We will be moving over…12 Replies
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