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  • Mutter is impressed nonetheless: They're always trying new things.

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  • Mutter is impressed nonetheless: They're always trying new things.

    December 2007

  • Last week, Hazelbaker called Mutter's contempt motion "frivolous" and demanded she withdraw the motion within 21 days or he would ask the Circuit Court to impose sanctions.

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  • The 18th-century German educationalist Friedrich Froebel's popular songbook might have been called Mutter und Kose-Lieder, but his early childhood theories were mostly about kindergartens.

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  • "Mutter", says Mr Webster, means low, indistinct sounds or complaining noises.

    . . .the blessed mutter of the Mass. . .

  • "Mutter", says Mr Webster, means low, indistinct sounds or complaining noises.

    27 July -- Bl Titus Brandsma, O. Carm.

  • "Mutter" is peculiarly German for the Jew, it unconsciously contains, together with the Christian splendor, Christian coldness also, the Jewish woman who is called "Mutter" therefore becomes not only comical but strange ....

    F. Kafka, Everyman

  • The Jewish mother is no "Mutter," to call her "Mutter" makes her a little comical ....

    F. Kafka, Everyman

  • Nevermind that "Mutter" is younger then her Daughter – but I just love the Magic Flute.

    Mozart’s Zauberflöte – Königin der Nacht | ultraorange.net

  • Geheimrat, and preferred German music to English poetry, and venerated Bismarck, and called his wife "Mutter," was a scoundrel.

    Prejudices : first series,

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