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“Like Teutsch, many of us end up facing down large purchases because of small, seemingly impossible-to-replace items breaking down.”
“Photo credit to Brian Teutsch/Flickr. posted by Frank at 2:24 PM”
“In 1941 Konrad Bloch married Lore Teutsch, a native of Munich.”
“Iglau and Teutsch (Deutsch) Brod on Kuttenberg, and on the 17th of May was fought the battle of Chotusitz or Czaslau, in which after a severe struggle the king was victorious.”
“Ger, meaning spear or lance, and Man, meaning chief or lord; Deutsch, or Teutsch, comes from the Gothic word Thiudu, meaning nation, and a”
“Better he should obey the heavy-handed Teutsch police officer, who has him by the windpipe in such frightful manner, give up part of his stolen goods, altogether cease to be a Cartouche, and try to become again a Chevalier Bayard.”
“I mean the language as it is at present written; that which is called the High-German, as contra - distinguished from the Platt-Teutsch, the dialect on the flat or northern countries, and from the Ober-Teutsch, the language of the middle and Southern Germany.”
“I feel proud," Teutsch said Saturday, as he helped remove the sod by 6 p.m.”
“Sweetheart, I wish you were here," said Teutsch during his ceremony.”
“Teutsch and Roessner held the editor and managing editor jobs since 2006.”
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