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“Müller is Germany's largest private dairy company with sales in Europe of €2. 3bn, and is best known in the UK for its yoghurt brand.”
“Herta Müller: Müller is a Romanian-born resident of Germany whose work takes a “brutally honest look at life in communist Romania,” M.A. Orthofer wrote over at the Complete Review.”
“This happens especially after Herta Müller is forced into exile in Germany in 1987 after years of censorship, interrogation and harassment.”
“Niemöller is a co-founder of the Swiss company The Wall AG, which holds the patent for material used in the construction of the mini-homes.”
“The Swiss judge in charge of the Tinner case, Andreas Müller, is not terribly happy either.”
“Müller is therefore without identification papers.”
“Élgàr sh - sùgar buŷer, flŷer and trîer rhyme with lîar brîar jàr símilar píllar cáterpillar cóllar hóller rhymes with dóllar sk - schólar môlar múscular mŏrtar stàr schwa: AmE uh”
“Lêar clêar unclêar. *nûclêə (r) nûclear smêar yêar or yëar cf. búgger - béggar though contemporaries pronounced it ending in schwa - Élgàr sh - sùgar buŷer, flŷer and trîer rhyme with lîar brîar jàr píllar cáterpillar hóller rhymes with dóllar sk - schólar cóllar môlar múscular régular grámmar”
“Thro 'fields where verdure meets the trav'ller's eye.”
“The academy has a soft spot for what might be called emigres — "portmanteau writers," you might call them — such as last year's winner Herta M ü ller, a German writer from Romania.”
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