German vocabulary - die Körperteile / Parts of the body
Blasé |ˈblɑːzeɪ| early 19th century French origin, past participle of blaser ‘cloy’, probably ultimately of Germanic origin #ProbablyGermanOrigin #FrenchOrigin #Munich #MunichResidenz #travelling #patterns #oppositeoftravelling
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A sweet cuddly bunny adorns the mug, the baby onesie, and the kid's t-shirt. Perfect gifts for anytime, but especially Easter! KUSCHELHÄSCHEN means cuddly bunny in German and is a perfect gift for an Oma and Opa to give to their little ones. The mug is perfect for your sweetie as well ❤️
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This is no man’s land, Diana! It means no man can cross it, alright? This battalion has been here for nearly a year and they’ve barely gained an inch. All right? Because on the other side there are a bunch of Germans pointing machine guns at every square inch of this place. This is not something you can cross. It’s not possible.