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Blemishes of this kind detract from but fortunately do not destroy the excellence of so much else in this welcome volume.

In one case a bed, which fortunately was unoccupied, was scattered with broken glass.

He knows he has to speak English and, fortunately, my Turkish has improved so I can understand him.

Not all voluntary muscles are equally sensitive to tubocurarine, and fortunately the respiratory muscles are the most spared.

There are some interesting experimental numbers, as is to be expected, but fortunately the band comes through in the big beat department.

I had forgotten to bring my wetsuit, but fortunately was well-equipped in my thermal underpants and a lifejacket.

The first followed a head on collision with a bus, where she had to be cut out of the car and fortunately her only injury was severe whiplash.

As the game kicked off, winter threatened to intervene as snow drifted across the ground but fortunately it remained light.

The ageless Neal Ascherson is one of Scotland’s great national assets, fortunately now repatriated in common with the Stone of Destiny.

This takes my eye off the ball but fortunately I work with an experienced team so things don’t go wrong.

But fortunately I’ve not had to learn many of these songs, just be reminded of the lyrics.

Only when it made a funny clicking sound did I realise it was an air pistol that fortunately wasn’t loaded.

And fortunately, it is a story that grows ever less likely to be repeated with the ascent to the bench of increasing numbers of females.

Unfortunately or fortunately, depending on your point of view, they have not come yet.

The next few tracks exercise more restraint but fortunately don’t compromise any of the fire of the opening track.

I just can’t get enough wild Scottish mushrooms and, fortunately, there is no shortage.

Then there was a lightning flash and another blast, but fortunately for me no sense of any impact.

A tree in Rothsay Road came down hard on a car, fortunately parked, but it looks as if the car is a write-off.

We were convinced she was going to die, but fortunately the doctors worked a miracle.

But fortunately the front lock is very knackered, so didn’t actually work on this occasion.

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But fortunately, for Mozambique, the war ended, and people began reconstructing the country and rebuilding their lives.

The wind had quieted, fortunately, but as if in recompense, the snow underneath them had become less firm.

In doing so, he proves himself to be one of the more expressive singers around, free of melismatic acrobatics and, fortunately, scatting.

There’s a lot of competition from other venues on a Saturday night, so fortunately we weren’t too busy.

Errors, fortunately, seldom occur but nonetheless are deeply regretted when they come to light.

My foot slides, I feel rather worried, but fortunately I’m still taking my weight on my arms.

Kids’ lit is booming these days, which fortunately means there’s a lot to choose from.

It would fortunately be impossible for a reviewer to give away all the dramatic shifts of Jorgenson’s life.

We’d practised him pulling up his sleeve in case he got lost but fortunately it didn’t come to that.

My horse was, fortunately, a quiet old beast, that had rushed with me into many a herd, and been in at the death of many a buffalo.

The sheep know their patch, fortunately, and follow well-established paths from one high point to another.

But fortunately, we’re surrounded here by conferees that are plenty capable, plenty smart and care deeply about the future of the country.

These are not fly-by-night firms and fortunately so far the offending firms have backed down.

Her prognosis was originally extremely poor, but fortunately she has made tremendous progress over the years.

Many of our emigrants, fortunately, have had positive experiences in their adopted countries.

A ripped parcel arrived inside a post office polythene bag, but fortunately our beer was uninjured in the accident.

There are several grisly murders involved, but fortunately the emphasis is not on the gore but on the characters.

Turns out, fortunately, that the steady and essentially unending accretion of interplanetary and intermoon particles may replenish the rings.

And fortunately none of us were hurt and we gave it up as a bad job, to bury the cattle.

She said that the clutch bag contained her mobile phone and her ID, but fortunately she had her money and her keys in her pocket.

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I have grown-up children and fortunately they were never big ice-cream lovers.

She had fortunately chosen one of her heavier outfits as the night fog was still thick and clammy in the chilly, still morning air.

I was in grade school at the time, and fortunately had a teacher who forced us to read biographies.

By time, this puritanical attitude has fortunately changed and the opera is now unanimously regarded as a total masterpiece.

Perhaps fortunately for Finley, he is usually a slow starter and thus is used to overcoming slumps.

No one outside India will ask a question, as fortunately there is no Hindu nation in the world.

But fortunately, as part of my ongoing charade of being a writer, I have a pad and pen with me.

But fortunately for my self-righteous and judgemental streak, I can’t afford to indulge in fashion.

The drama that followed is another story, but fortunately the couple returned in a few days.

Finally the agency sent the girl to go and find them, which she fortunately did.

There are three minutes of stoppage time to be played, and fortunately for Greece, the ball is sticking in midfield.

I speeded up my walk and rushed by, and fortunately he was too busy harrying a fierce little old lady to notice me.

There’s doubtless an equally irritating homily about spring-cleaning in the garden, too, but fortunately I can’t call it to mind.

He was hauled from the boat more dead than alive but, fortunately, recovered not long after.

He had to make things up on the spot of course and fortunately, the teacher had bought it.

They were hip-huggers as well, and my shirt was fortunately long enough to cover all of my stomach.

Most fortunately, the visor on my helmet was down and I suffered only a momentary loss of vision.

Most are children and, fortunately, most turn up safe and sound within a few days.

We’ve been out of contact with the world, while the rain’s poured down, but fortunately the gendarmerie have come and sorted us out.

The art market is extremely volatile, but fortunately for us artists it is an upward volatility!

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I fortunately try to go skiing or snowboarding as much as I can, to keep my muscles in tune.

Well, fortunately there’s a wheel-balancing place nearby, and on a snap decision I headed straight there, just in case.

When I was a kid it was almost inevitable that there would be trouble at games and we’re fortunately not at that stage yet.

Shaken up, but fortunately, unhurt, the woman offered Jonathan money for his good deed, but he refused.

But fortunately, Peter gets hold of a rope and uses it as a noose with which to muzzle the wolf and take him into captivity.

In the full knowledge that nonpilots judge you by your landings, I undershot the runway by 100 ft, fortunately without damage.

You can be slack at times if you are too assured, but fortunately I have never had that sort of luxury.

Risotto is the only real vegetarian option and, fortunately for the non-carnivorous, it doesn’t skimp on mushrooms and pine nuts.

Another guy in the company, his sister, was on the train and fortunately was not injured.

It’s Valentine’s Day but fortunately my wife and I both find the idea of dictated romance unappealing.

And fortunately enough, I just blotted my oily face so I’m quite sure I looked my prime.

In this way, a social inequality arises between the powerful, the rich and the well-connected, and the poor who are not so fortunately circumstanced.

Muted, slightly animalized aromas, green pepper and unfortunately very slightly corked, which fortunately doesn’t show too much on the palate.

The seasons tick off and fortunately for Jordi Viladoms they are not alike.

He was in intensive care for a while, but fortunately is on the mend.

We had an extremely rough crossing from Ancona to Zara and stove in the forrard messdeck hatch cover but fortunately the deck level hatch survived.

Brent elbowed me, fortunately, for I had completely forgotten myself.

It was crowded and noisy, but fortunately, Baron Kaspar got a few porters to carry our luggage and surround us, keeping us isolated from everyone else.

I have even seen a pop-up book of the universe which perhaps fortunately fails to come to terms with the Big Bang, but these books seldom feature observers.

Somehow they managed to get one of the fire doors open from the outside but fortunately the councillors were able to close it again from the inside.

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When, nevertheless, I hap-pened to love something I had realized, it didn’t fortunately last but one or two hours.

Legendary gossip columnist Liz Smith grew up on grits and gravy and chicken-fried steak, and fortunately for us, she’s not about to switch sides now.

Her friend’s house took a direct hit, but fortunately the family were out.

The left hemiparesis resulted in a clumsiness and loss of feeling and sensation particularly affecting his right hand, although fortunately he is left handed.

He was left for dead at a hospital clearing post but fortunately was heard to make a sound by one of the stretcher-bearers carrying out a body from the medical aid post tent.

But fortunately the vandals took fright and scampered away in a hurry.

I am a colossal fool, completely uncultured, uneducated, unable even to spell opara, poorly dressed, but fortunately not quite ugly enough to have to put a bag over my head.

The crew participated strongly in the traditional game of two-up and fortunately most of their money went to the house with proceeds going to Legacy.

There are no open drains, fortunately, or they’d be silted by now.

And fortunately, just as this need arose, Allen produced his fluffiest, most huggable film to date.

I was crook on them, but fortunately with time you learn to give it up.

The work in the first phase of refurbishment has fortunately not been confined to replastering the ornate ceiling and fiddling about with the organ.

But fortunately, our intelligence were able to intercept his plans to blow up these planes about 8 or 9 years ago, but he has been on the run since then.

I sat in this strange dazed state until 8 a.m. when I was able to contact my brother, who was fortunately in Bangkok and able to arrange a flight ticket with Thai Airways.

The safety of passengers and crew is paramount and we will not tolerate air rage in any shape or form, although such incidents are fortunately extremely rare.

And, fortunately for gardeners, there are many other ornamental climbers that are not quite as rampant but produce a good display throughout the year.

It was a long day, but fortunately, we were able to sleep in this morning and wake up to a wonderful breakfast, especially prepared by our soigneur, Michelle.

Nowhere in his presentation does he forget about the plight of the animals, but fortunately, this does not lead him to formulate unhistorical postulates.

The Jags winger mishit his effort, but fortunately for him McLean was on hand to divert the ball into the net from three yards and net his eighth goal in eight games.

Time was getting on, but, fortunately, there was a flower seller’s barrow at the end of the footbridge and I stopped and started to select flowers for a handsome bouquet.

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He was grounded for a few days, but fortunately for us, and for politics, his irrepressible good humor could not be squelched.

In short, there is much to be done and fortunately, Europe does do a great deal.

Unfortunately, or fortunately for them, we left them with more money than they know what to do with.

We tried to dig up all the dirt we possibly could and fortunately we did not find very much.

The amendments tabled by us, fortunately by a number of groups together, pertain to very specific cases which often affect frontier workers.

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He fortunately realised that I might have meningococcal septicaemia and gave me an injection of antibiotics.

Mrs. von Branca, fortunately, can be with us today and I want to give her a warm welcome and many thanks for this wonderful building.

I fortunately don’t have to come in the wee hours at night and bake anymore.

This has been a laborious process and has not by any means reached completion, but, fortunately, clear guidelines have now been drafted for it.

The system in place up to now is an anachronism from the times of agricultural overproduction, which fortunately are now a thing of the past.

If all small countries endorse this, we will fortunately be able to consign this nonsense of Mr Giscard d’Estaing’s to the scrap heap.

Most fortunately, to date the corporation’s board of directors has resisted and refused to do so, refused to commit a kind of hara-kiri.

However, fortunately, when I did enter the program, I dropped off my first resume and I got a call back a day later.

Washing hands after a visit to a public toilet fortunately has become almost normal practice everywhere in Europe.

The collision yesterday evening, which fortunately did not cause any major damage, did however ring an alarm bell, reminding him of the dangers.

The International Criminal Court old hands are gradually fading away, although fortunately quite a few of them now work for the Court.

The wind was whistling through the many holes but, fortunately for us, the return trip was to be made over the North Sea instead of the usual route over Europe.

It does not work quite like that for, fortunately, in addition to the law, we also have a jury called the electorate rather than a kangaroo court called the British media.

Then our engineer came down with walking pneumonia, but fortunately, Mitch came up a couple of times to bail us out and help on engineering until Bill got back on his feet.

There remains, fortunately for the human race, a tiny creative minority that refuses to turn aside from the task of building usefully.

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In Munich there was no chance to clarify everything in advance, but fortunately we were able to project the surtitles onto a light background.

To Parsifal, this was an event which had just occurred in the past, which fortunately was washed clean within the precious waters of Lethe.

Economic troubles have fortunately not cowed artists or dealers in Japan.

The tomb was mysteriously removed some time over the previous century, but academic sources fortunately preserved an eye-witness drawing while the cenotaph was still in situ.

There is, fortunately, not too much telling of the future in Harry Potter.

At times, fortunately only a few of them, Maass nearly foams at the mouth in his rage, and he defeats himself when he does.

The residents live principally upon this most delicious fish which fortunately can be eaten a long time without disrelish.

After the usual moans ‘why us again’ we were preparing for the journey to America when, fortunately for us, the A-bomb was used.

Yet, inconsistently but fortunately, Kant does repeatedly refer, in the Critique of Judgment, to a trans-phenomenal realm.

Any escaping villagers would be killed. She had heard of scathefires but fortunately her village had not been targeted.

There was a proposal for the site to be cleared and the furnace dismantled, but fortunately, it was decided to excavate and preserve it.

Most pitchside medical staff fortunately will never have to treat a life threatening injury on the field of play.

Among those rare exceptions, fortunately, was that coryphaeus of modern thought in the humanities, Professor Roman Jakobson.

When I ran out of gas, fortunately I managed to coast into a nearby gas station.

Arrers fans miss the legendary on-stage antics of Mardle, but fortunately Sky subscribers can remain part of Wayne’s world in a different way.

Toronto, fortunately, is that place, and though he only spent five years here before his family decamped to England, it was enough to forge an indelible bond.

Justification of crime is no ennoblement to a politician and, fortunately, the views of Sahra Wagenknecht cannot to be said to extend to all the political left.

You can say fortunately or unfortunately you haven’t had a paradigm shift in, what, hundreds of years.

By the time I reached the train station I was exhausted, but fortunately there was a porter waiting.

The internal market should not be a licence for leading consumers up the garden path, something which, fortunately, the compromise recognises to a large extent.

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I would like to add, Mr Chairperson, that this whole debate about antinomy and complementarity which dominated the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s is now beginning, fortunately, to seem somewhat outdated.

The dairy farmer fortunately still has the income from the sale of milk from those animals whereas the beef farmer does not have any of that additional income.

The threats posed by superpowers capable of using nuclear force have, fortunately, disappeared, and we have been caught unprepared for the new threats.

His Edymandias EdStone moment may have been one of the most ill-conceived political stunts of all time: fortunately the monarchy came to the rescue with the timely arrival of the royal baby to fill the news pages instead.

This self-assurance is diminished when they find that even adults, free as they are thought to be, are limited by law and custom and conscience, but, fortunately for the human race, the urge is not eradicated.

And fortunately there are nuances and distinctions that can trigger a wide variety of processes and give grounds for confidence in a radiant future.

Over the past four years, they have served residents with loyalty, vim and vigour, and even resulting, for one of the two, in health problems which are fortunately a thing of the past.

Mr Maaten’s jolly proposal concerning definitions of bathers and bathing water and a colourful range of star-spangled flags on the beach has fortunately disappeared.

Still the kingdom of Spanish Mastiff is Spain, but we can fortunately meet more and more enthusiasts and good breeding in France, Holland, Slovakia, in Poland, the USA and at least two specimens reached even to Cameroon.

Of course, my hostess did not dare to be rude, but the truth was that she, most fortunately, had not paid the slightest attention to my foolish remark.

A host of names springs to mind: Martí, Asturias, Vasconcelos, Neruda, Cortázar and many others who are fortunately still with us and make a clarion call to the conscience of the world.

It was only when the coach told us to push up at half-time that we produced a slightly better performance, and fortunately it was enough to gain victory.

Some of these points seemed perhaps to have been forgotten or to have been put to sleep, but fortunately, thanks to that meeting of the Quartet on 22 September, they seem to have recovered their place in people’s hearts.

Alas, it would be equally otiose to look for legislation to change corporate governance. That does not, fortunately, mean that nothing can be done.

My husband, who was fortunately feeling extremely hungry, chose the mammoth 14oz T-bone steak from the specials board.

Although fortunately for teen tongue-twisters Sian and Sophie, the only one outed was 70-year-old Audrey.

I am very neat and am fortunately married to a neatnik as well.

All this has changed though, making walking and driving a bit more of a gingersome exercise, though fortunately there were ice-free patches in between.

To help them, there is a salmon ladder and that has already been blocked by beaver activity but fortunately cleared before any damage could be done.

And, most fortunately, you have pursued a course of reading, and cultivated your mind in a manner the most admirably adapted to make you a great and successful author.

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Thus more fortunately for most coeliac patients a reliable diagnosis could now be made on the basis of one set of small bowel biopsies as opposed to three.

Cafe Bossa Nova in Hillcrest falls into the latter category, fortunately.

Migraine headaches are fortunately suffered by a relatively small percentage of people, but for those who do suffer, migraines can literally take over their life.

Insider wasn’t lucky enough to be in row K with the champers, but fortunately defender Gerard Pique was on hand to capture the evidence on his phone.

Few of Dubrovnik’s Renaissance buildings survived the earthquake of 1667 but fortunately enough remained to give an idea of the city’s architectural heritage.

Both marble and bronze are fortunately easy to form and very durable.

The sound was and, fortunately still is, pure and clean and musicianly.

A piece of my dog’s plastic chew toy broke off and he swallowed it, requiring surgery to remove it. The procedure was very expensive, but fortunately I had pet insurance.

We were having kittens, we were worried sick, but fortunately they managed to stop any serious damage and it looks a lot worse than it actually is.

These raids no doubt had a seriously debilitating effect on the country but fortunately for Gwynedd, the victims of the Vikings were not confined to Wales.

That was a long drop, but fortunately I didn’t break any bones.

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But the Rectory stood on rather rising ground, and old Dr. bunton and his wife had fortunately been fond of gardening.

Certainly, few people were ever more fortunately, or perplexingly placed, than I am just now.

We are, fortunately, able to tell almost the exact time at which the settlements in the wirral were made.

In 1904 the entire plans and lumberyard were destroyed by fire but fortunately his trade was such as to encourage him to rebuild.

We had a great fight for the thirteenth, which I fortunately won, and finished the match with a love game.

Hurriedly he threw off his jacket and proceeded to climb the big pine, which, fortunately, was limbed to the ground.

The liberalists and thinkers of the age expected great things from a people thus fortunately conditioned and circumstanced.

Andrew Battell, fortunately, has left behind him a fairly circumstantial record of what he experienced in Kongo and Angola.

The only safe thing appears to be the sub-surface irrigation plan, for which, fortunately, there is plenty of room on our lot.

But, fortunately, Augustus had heard portions of it, and the imperial veto overpowered the poet’s infanticidal desire.

Such a sentiment must, fortunately, be in some sense exceptional and idiosyncratic.

I was fortunately too near for the full effect of the blow, but the hoof took me at the hipbone, and for the moment paralyzed me.

The havildar who was in charge of them was, fortunately, one of those of Lisle’s company.

The rare-earths possess the property of selectivity and are fortunately highly refractory.

The dry fields off there near Sagunto reminded him of an inferno of drought, from which he fortunately had liberated himself.

But this very pettiness in our criticism is, fortunately, a sort of safeguard.

My father, fortunately, has a nervous twitching of the face, which increased under the fixed gaze his certifier fastened upon him.

Much of the evidence can be roughly dated, and fortunately the age already illuminated by the Amarna tablets can be recognised.

Miss Albers, fortunately one of the few surviving members of the Good Nurse family, saw the situation immediately.

These dogs, fortunately for me, were in the cabin at the time I approached it.

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For the turning of the matter in our favour we have fortunately some notable examples.

The mare should be left quite to herself when foaling, except in extreme cases, which fortunately very rarely occur.

Some short time afterwards a carthorse was found in the fields stabbed in several places, though, fortunately, not severely.

In the case of the pulsatory hypothesis we are fortunately able to apply this test by means of trees.

Ansari told the oil ministry’s website that fortunately all the onshore installation of the South Pars and sea platforms were undamaged.

It was a very short distance, fortunately, and the amused capitalist picked her up, set her on her feet, and brushed her off.

Philippe fortunately was not touched, but Bichette, mortally wounded, was struggling in the throes of death.

I fully expected to wind up in the role of spoilsport, but fortunately, truth is sometimes more interesting than fiction.

He had fortunately changed a cheque the day before and was able to give her five pounds.

Disquieting, but fortunately as yet unverified tidings had arrived.

Titus Munson Coan to the latter’s mother, written while a student at Williams College over thirty years ago, and fortunately preserved by her.

But fortunately he came up on the surface to thresh about some more.

A third buried itself in the sternpost, but fortunately did not explode.

Materials for making it were fortunately to be had in plenty along the site.

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He was threatened with erysipelas, but, fortunately, recovered.

But fortunately the special point I here seek can be established upon testimony entirely independent of my own.

But when it coiled around you it also coiled around the two trees, you, fortunately slipping between them.

Minister Geddes was within, and fortunately had not yet gone to bed.

Very fortunately his horse, which was slightly restive, enabled him by a sudden plunge to conceal his agitation.

Men of his sensitive organisation are fortunately quick in feeling the effect of remedial measures.

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It fortunately happens that you are all present to hear my exculpation.

He had fortunately, at that time, just finished his Oedipus at Colonos.

The fixtures had been left for the refusal of the incoming tenant, and fortunately for us they included Venetian blinds which were already down.

I was thrown down in the mix-up, but fortunately escaped unharmed.

But fortunately the calling card appeared to confirm this date.

But, fortunately, it was low tide, and there was no water to fall into.

The advice, fortunately for the Greeks, was overruled by Achaemenes.

The acarus Scabiei causes itch, but fortunately it is rare in America.

Archer, who never travelled without a complete family pharmacy, was fortunately able to produce the required remedy.

Here was a superb opportunity to let the wide world know what had been done, and fortunately Hubbard was one of the Centennial Commissioners.

We fortunately possess an instructive Sumerian parallel to our passage.

Owing to this circumstance, I was fortunately a witness of all that passed in her interview with her lover.

Her thus turning her back on me was fortunately not, for my just preoccupations, a snub that could check the growth of our mutual esteem.

But the knife had fortunately, we ought to say skillfully, come in contact with the steel busk, which at that period, like a cuirass, defended the chests of women.

Most fortunately, at this juncture, Elzbieta got the long-awaited chance to go at five o’clock in the morning and help scrub the office floors of one of the packers.

I did not confine my lodging to it, but often reposed in thick cane-brakes, to avoid the savages, who, I believe, often visited my camp, but fortunately for me, in my absence.

Is it not some further satisfaction to you to have saved my life as you did by arriving so fortunately with Monk, when those damned parliamentarians wanted to burn me alive?

In fact, the pursuing vessel had almost overtaken them when, fortunately, night came on, and enabled them to double the Cape of Corsica, and so elude all further pursuit.

We were fortunately not above a stone’s cast from the sea, and could therefore have retreated to our bark had we found ourselves reduced to extremities.

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[Update] Deutsch-Übersetzung – Linguee Wörterbuch | fortunately – NATAVIGUIDES

I therefore believe that the Agreement reached with the United States could lead to a profound change to our wine-making culture,

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which would not always work to our

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advantage, because, fortunately or unfortunately,

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the commercial success of our wines

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has always been linked to a production method that conforms rigorously to the most purist definitions of the wine.

europarl.europa.eu

europarl.europa.eu

advantage, becanfortunately,

Daher könnte das mit den USA abgeschlossene Abkommen meines Erachtens zu einer tiefgreifenden Veränderung unserer Weinbaukultur führen, die nicht immer zu unserem

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Vorteil wäre, da der kommerzielle

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Erfolg unserer Weine, glücklicher- oder unglücklicherweise,

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seit jeher mit einem Herstellungsverfahren

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verbunden ist, das sich streng an die puristischsten Definitionen des Weins hält.

europarl.europa.eu

europarl.europa.eu

Erfolg unklicherweise,

If we also mistrust a foreign judge’s decision it does not mean, however, that falsification or gross misunderstanding should be attributed to the deeds of non-contentious proceedings accepted in a civilised state without further ado, especially since the parties can generally choose the appropriate organs,

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themselves, but deceptions whereby persons who have not actually appeared

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are shown as having acted, are fortunately only rare.

bundesnotarkammer.de

bundesnotarkammer.de

are shown as having acted,rare.

Mag man auch einem auswärtigen Richterspruch misstrauen, so ist doch nicht ohne weiteres Fälschung oder grobes Missverständnis zuzuschreiben den in einem zivilisierten Staate aufgenommenen Urkunden der freiwilligen Gerichtsbarkeit, zumal die Parteien sich meist selbst die geeigneten Organe aussuchen können, Fälschung

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aber, bei denen in Wahrheit nicht erschienene Personen als handelnd

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aufgehrt werden, glücklicherweise doch selten sind.

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bundesnotarkammer.de

aufgeind.

The most frequently adopted method for

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managing the problem of demographic

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changes to date is also (fortunately) the most normal approach:

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the ageing of the population

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and the (less dramatic) ageing of the population of employable age in recent decades has – almost unnoticed – already resulted in significant ageing of company workforces: the average age of the population in western Germany rose from 35.6 to 40.1 years in the period 1960 to 1996, that of the population of working age rose from 38.9 to 39.8 years, and the age of the gainfully employed population from 37.2 to 39.5 years.

isf-muenchen.de

isf-muenchen.de

changes to date is amost normal approach:

Die häufigste Art der “Problembearbeitung” des bisherigen

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demographischen Wandels ist (erfreulicherweise) zunächst die normalste:

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Die Alterung der Bevölkerung

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und die (geringere) Alterung des Erwerbspersonenpotenzials der letzten Jahrzehnte hat in erheblichem Maß – und kaum bemerkt – schon zu einer Alterung der Betriebsbelegschaften geführt: Das Durchschnittsalter der westdeutschen Bevölkerung ist zwischen 1960 und 1996 von 35,6 auf 40,1 Jahre gestiegen, das der Bevölkerung im erwerbsfähigen Alter von 38,9 auf 39,8 Jahre und das der Erwerbstätigen von 37,2 auf 39,5 Jahre.

isf-muenchen.de

isf-muenchen.de

demographischen Wadie normalste:

so here they were writing – the most eminent artists and thinkers in the first decades of the twentieth century. or were they simply on holiday? for where is the capri novel which has survived

[…]

to this day? axel munthe’s ‘bells of san

[…]

michele’ have fortunately finally fallen

[…]

silent. and where is the image of capri

[…]

that is more than a mere landscape view? on these walks the reader discovers much about old hotels, famous villas and their illustrious inhabitants – that is interesting; the myth of capri as an island of muses appears immortal.

stefaniesonnentag.com

stefaniesonnentag.com

michele’lly fallen

hier schrieben sie also – die bedeutendsten künstler und denker in den ersten jahrzehnten des zwanzigsten jahrhunderts. oder machten sie nur

[…]

ferien? denn wo ist der capri-roman, der

[…]

bis heute überlebt hat? axel munthes die

[…]

glocken von san michele” sind glücklicherweise

[…]

endgültig verstummt. und wo ist das capri-bild, das mehr ist als nur landschaftsvedute? auf diesen spaziergängen erfährt der leser vieles über alte hotels, berühmte villen und ihre illustren bewohner – das ist interessant; der mythos capris als insel der musen scheint unsterblich.

stefaniesonnentag.com

stefaniesonnentag.com

bis heutethes die

This view, even if it is not directly that of the legislator (Bundestag/Bundesrat), but that of the initiator of the law (the German government), is not a factor in the validity of the law but it shows, even with the legislative bodies of the Bundestag and Bundesrat following this proposed

[…]

route – clearly the described

[…]

authoritative tendencies and fortunately clearly confirms

[…]

the critical view represented here.

lfi-muenchen.de

lfi-muenchen.de

authoritative tendenciesrly confirms

Diese Auffassung, wenn auch nicht unmittelbar des Gesetzgebers (Bundestag / Bundesrat), so doch des Gesetzesinitiators (Bundesregierung), nimmt zwar nicht an der Geltungskraft des Gesetzes teil, zeigt jedoch – auch durch das Nachfolgen der gesetzgebenden Körperschaften Bundestag und Bundesrat auf diesem

[…]

vorgeschlagenen Weg – klar die maßgebenden

[…]

Tendenzen auf und bestätigt erfreulich deutlich die

[…]

hier vertretene kritische Auffassung.

lfi-muenchen.de

lfi-muenchen.de

Tendenzenich die

Fortunately, the recent events, which

[…]

have caused tremendous damage to the cause of peace in our region, cannot damage the

[…]

basic realities, realities which without resolving would only cause the conflict and is timed to further complications and further instability.

library.fes.de

library.fes.de

recent events, which

Glücklicherweise können die ngsten

[…]

Ereignisse, die der Sache des Friedens in der Region einen enormen Schaden zugefügt

[…]

haben, diese gegebenen Realitäten nicht schmälern, Realitäten, die ohne eine Lösung den Konflikt jedoch weiter komplizieren und instabiler machen würden.

library.fes.de

library.fes.de

ngsten

The number of

[…]

events reported is fortunately not very large, but

[…]

what makes MARS unusual among accident databases is

[…]

the high level of detail, which is sufficient to establish the detailed causes of an accident, both the immediate and the underlying ones.

eur-lex.europa.eu

eur-lex.europa.eu

events reportedt very large, but

Die Zahl der gemeldeten

[…]

Zwischenfälle ist glücklicherweise zwar nicht sehr

[…]

groß, was MARS jedoch im Vergleich zu anderen

[…]

Unfalldatenbanken auszeichnet, ist der hohe Detailgrad, der hinreichend ist, um die detaillierten unmittelbaren und tieferliegenden Ursachen eines Unfalles zu ermitteln.

eur-lex.europa.eu

eur-lex.europa.eu

Zwischesehr

Fortunately, however, the European Council

[…]

in Berlin reached a compromise, which was followed by negotiations between Parliament,

[…]

the Council and, of course, the Commission. This brought about three constructive changes: the first change concerned the Community initiative, URBAN; the second was the European Regional Development Fund relating to actions for culture and tourism, and the third concerned the special emphasis given, again under the European Regional Development Fund, to islands.

europarl.europa.eu

europarl.europa.eu

ever, the European Council

Glücklicherweise jedoch kam in Berlin der

[…]

Kompromiß zustande, dem Verhandlungen zwischen dem Parlament und dem Rat und natürlich

[…]

auch der Kommission folgten, die drei positive Veränderungen mit sich brachten: die erste Änderung betraf die Gemeinschaftsinitiative URBAN, die zweite den Europäischen Fonds für Regionale Entwicklung in bezug auf die Aktionen für Kultur und Fremdenverkehr, und die dritte betrifft die besondere Bedeutung, die wiederum in der Verordnung über den Europäischen Fonds für Regionale Entwicklung den Inseln beigemessen wird.

europarl.europa.eu

europarl.europa.eu

rlin der

Fortunately, awareness is growing at

[…]

national and EU level that quality geo-referenced information is needed in order to

[…]

understand the complexity of ever-increasing human activity in the EU and to contain its adverse impact, and many regional and national initiatives are being taken.

eur-lex.europa.eu

eur-lex.europa.eu

reness is growing at

Glücklicherweise wächst auf nationaler

[…]

und auf EU-Ebene das Bewusstsein, dass qualitativ hochwertige georeferenzierte Informationen

[…]

notwendig sind, um die Komplexität der ständig zunehmenden menschlichen Tätigkeiten in der EU zu verstehen und deren nachteilige Auswirkungen zu begrenzen.

eur-lex.europa.eu

eur-lex.europa.eu

ionaler

For Steinmüller, keeping low-income service providers in the city was a matter of ongoing necessity: “The city needs to make sure it remains intact and

[…]

keeps its public spaces”, he stressed,

[…]

continuing that fortunately unlike local

[…]

authorities in eastern Germany – Munich

[…]

was privileged to be relatively affluent.

munichre-foundation.org

munichre-foundation.org

continuinglike local

Für Steinmüller ist das Vorhaben, einfache Dienstleister in der Stadt zu halten, ein fortwährend notwendiger Prozess: “Die Stadt muss aufpassen, intakt zu bleiben und öffentliche

[…]

Räume zu erhalten”, forderte er und ergänzte:

[…]

München sei zum Glück privilegiert, da

[…]

es im Gegensatz zu den Kommunen in Ostdeutschland relativ wohlhabend sei.

munichre-foundation.org

munichre-foundation.org

Müncheert, da

Fortunately, Live performs the modulation

[…]

in beats rather than centimeters: A vertical grid line is worth a sixteenth note

[…]

of offset and the modulation can reach from plus eight sixteenths to minus eight sixteenths.

downloads.ableton.com

downloads.ableton.com

e performs the modulation

Glücklicherweise vollzieht Live diese

[…]

Modulation in rhythmischen Einheiten und nicht in Zentimetern: Eine vertikale Rasterlinie

[…]

entspricht einer Verschiebung um eine Sechzehntelnote, und die Modulation kann einen maximalen Hub von plus acht Sechzehnteln bis minus acht Sechzehnteln haben.

downloads.ableton.com

downloads.ableton.com

e diese

Despite uncertainty among customers as a result of turbulence on the market,

[…]

business with private customers

[…]

at Bremer Landesbank was fortunately also able to report a marked

[…]

rise in customer deposits

[…]

in 2008, as well as an increase in the number of customers.

nordlb.de

nordlb.de

at Bremer Landesbankable to report a marked

Trotz der auf Grund der Marktturbulenzen eingetretenen Verunsicherung bei Kunden konnte das

[…]

Privatkundengeschäft der Bremer

[…]

Landesbank im Jahr 2008 erfreulicherweise neben einem Kundenzuwachs

[…]

auch eine spürbare Steigerung

[…]

der Kundeneinlagen verzeichnen.

nordlb.de

nordlb.de

Landesbanndenzuwachs

and, fortunately, least frequently required

[…]

task of the ICD is the early detection of life-threatening

[…]

rapid heartbeats or even cardiac fibrillation – which physicians refer to as tachyarrhythmias – and to terminate these by applying strong electrical impulses.

biotronik.cz

biotronik.cz

The most importantst frequently required

chtigste, aber glücklicherweise seltenste Aufgabe des

[…]

ICDs besteht darin, lebensbedrohliches Herzrasen oder gar -flimmern

[…]

– der Mediziner spricht von Tachyarrhythmien – frühzeitig zu erkennen und durch starke elektrische Impulse zu beenden.

biotronik.cz

biotronik.cz

Die wiabe des

Fortunately for East Germany (unlike some

[…]

other former Soviet bloc countries) the former West Germany was one of the richest

[…]

and most powerful economies in the world and had sufficient resources to recycle to the east to rebuild its economy.

world-psi.org

world-psi.org

East Germany (unlike some

Für den Osten

[…]

Deutschlands war es ein Glück (im Gegensatz zu

[…]

anderen Ländern des ehemaligen Sowjetblocks), daß die alte

[…]

Bundesrepublik eine der reichsten und mächtigsten Volkswirtschaften der Welt besaß und genügend Mittel hatte, um dem Osten einen Neuaufbau seiner Wirtschaft zu ermöglichen.

world-psi.org

world-psi.org

Deutschlandstz zu

Fortunately, the effect of the crisis was dampened to a certain extent

[…]

by AFG’s portfolio strategy, which aims to balance

[…]

out the influence of economic cycles on the performance of the Group as a whole.

forster.ch

forster.ch

effect of the crisis was dampened to a certain extent

sen Ausgleich des Einflusses

[…]

der konjunkturellen Zyklen auf die Entwicklung

[…]

des Gesamtunternehmens ausgerichtet ist, hat sich glücklicherweise dämpfend ausgewirkt.

forster.ch

forster.ch

Die Portfolio-Strategie der AFG, die auf einen gewisEinflusses

Seized with a panic, which, under the circumstances, was only natural, he rushed for the staircase, but found Washington Otis waiting for him there with the big garden-syringe; and being thus hemmed in by his enemies on every side, and driven almost

[…]

to bay, he vanished into the great iron

[…]

stove, which, fortunately for him, was

[…]

not lit, and had to make his way home through

[…]

the flues and chimneys, arriving at his own room in a terrible state of dirt, disorder, and despair.

cordula.ws

cordula.ws

stove, whhim, was

Von Panik ergriffen, was unter den gegebenen Umständen nur allzu natürlich war, sauste es der Treppe zu, wo es jedoch Washington Otis mit der großen Gartenspritze auf seinem Posten fand, und da sich das Gespenst nun überall von seinen Feinden eingeschlossen und fast

[…]

gestellt sah, verschwand es in dem großen

[…]

eisernen Ofen, der zum Glück nicht geheizt war,

[…]

und mußte durch Feuerkanäle und Rauchfänge

[…]

den Rückweg zu seinem Gemach nehmen, wo es in einem entsetzlichen Zustand von Schmutz, Zerrüttung und Trostlosigkeit anlangte.

cordula.ws

cordula.ws

eisernen Ofzt war,

Fortunately, you as an investor

[…]

in movies, and/or a producer, will easily be able to pay all YOUR phone bills and credit

[…]

card debts because of the royalties you will receive from the 73 million paying THEIR movie-rental bills — that is, if you have invested in enough movies by then.

wfc-capital-group.com

wfc-capital-group.com

as an investor

um Glück werden Sie als Filminvestor

[…]

und/oder als Produzent problemlos IHRE Telefonrechnungen und Kreditkartenrechnungen

[…]

von den Tantiemen bezahlen können, die Sie von den 73 Millionen erhalten werden, die IHRE Filmleihgebühren bezahlen müssen, vorausgesetzt, Sie haben bis dahin in ausreichend Filme investiert.

wfc-capital-group.com

wfc-capital-group.com

als Filminvestor

then fortunately turned into curiosity. and once and for all: no, my well-known ignorance has nothing to do with it and therefore cannot be made accountable. client: ivon gasque / 2006

liniert.info

liniert.info

and once again there was no time left for the really essential things in life! it should be a shell, a shell that takes a back seat to the clothes exhibited – a concept as boring as it is wrong. so the draft comes within a whisker of insignificance. rescue attempts from the colleagues kiesler and kniefacz were cordially welcomed! punishment followed swiftly: it was pointed out that the stairs – designed with abandon – had already been realized by another architect, an experience one can do without, an experience whiched into curiosity. and once and for all: no, my well-known ignorance has nothing to do with it and therefore cannot be made accountable. client: ivon gasque / 2006

g, die glücklicherweise sofort in kuriosität übergeht. und ein für alle mal: nein – meine allgemein bekannte ignoranz hat damit nichts zu tun und darf deswegen auch nicht zur verantwortung gezogen werden! auftraggeber: ivon gasque / 2006

liniert.info

liniert.info

und wieder einmal blieb für die wirklich wesentlichen dinge im leben keine zeit! eine hülle sollte es werden, eine, die sich zu gunsten der ausgestellten kleider zurücknimmt – ein ebenso langweiliges, wie auch unrichtiges konzept. so schrammte der entwurf haarscharf an der bedeutungslosigkeit vorbei. rettungsversuche von kollegen kiesler und kniefacz waren herzlich willkommen! die strafe folgte auf den fuss: darauf hingewiesen zu werden, dass die mit hingabe entworfene stiege schon von einem anderen realisiert wurde, ist eine überflüssige erfahrunücklicherweise sofort in kuriosität übergeht. und ein für alle mal: nein – meine allgemein bekannte ignoranz hat damit nichts zu tun und darf deswegen auch nicht zur verantwortung gezogen werden! auftraggeber: ivon gasque / 2006

Today I decided to setup such a simulation on one of my Telefunken analog computers

[…]

(Analogrechner) – in this case a RA 741

[…]

was used (this system, fortunately, has some more operational

[…]

amplifiers than the original

[…]

machine, Dr. Giloi used (he told me that he employed a trick – the car silhouette was generated by a specialized function generator which occupied one of the four expansion slots of the RAT 700 system thus freeing two operational amplifiers which would have been necessary in conjunction with the standard built in function generator otherwise).

analogmuseum.dyndns.org

analogmuseum.dyndns.org

was used (this syssome more operational

Heute entschloss ich mich, eine solche Simulation mit einem meiner Telefunken

[…]

Analogrechner umzusetzen (verwendet wurde

[…]

eine RA 741, die glücklicherweise etwas mehr Operationsverstärker

[…]

als das damals verwendete

[…]

System besitzt, bei dem Dr. Giloi einen kleinen Trick anwenden musste, wie er mit mitteilte – die Silhoutte des Autos wurde damals mit Hilfe einer eigens entwickelten Steckkarte generiert, die in einen der verfügbaren freien Steckplätze der RAT 700 platziert wurde, wodurch zwei Operationsverstärker für die eigentliche Simulation frei wurden, die sonst für einen Funktionsgenerator benötigt worden wären).

analogmuseum.dyndns.org

analogmuseum.dyndns.org

eineOperationsverstärker

are fortunately still generating growth rates of around 60 % for Image CDs and more than 369 % for digital photos, thus exceeding even our most optimistic expectations.

cewecolor.de

cewecolor.de

Now for some positive news. Our digital products and servicesl generating growth rates of around 60 % for Image CDs and more than 369 % for digital photos, thus exceeding even our most optimistic expectations.

cewecolor.de

cewecolor.de

Jetzt die positive Nachricht: Unsere digitalen Produkte und Dienstleistungen erfreuen uns weiterhin mit Zuwachsraten von rund 60 % bei Image-CDs und 369 % bei Digitalfotos und übertreffen unsere optimistischsten Erwartungen.

Fortunately, Soudal is a highly

[…]

diversified business, both geographically as well as in terms of channels, which saw the

[…]

disappointing results in one sector and region being compensated to a degree by other regions and other sectors of industry.

soudal.com

soudal.com

dal is a highly

um Glück zeichnet sich Soudal

[…]

sowohl geografisch als auch hinsichtlich der Sektoren durch eine breite Diversifikation aus,

[…]

sodass die enttäuschenden Ergebnisse in einem Sektor bzw. einer Region durch andere Regionen und Sektoren ausgeglichen werden konnten.

soudal.com

soudal.com

oudal

Fortunately, progression to these stages is

[…]

no longer preordained: new drugs can largely prevent the disease from progressing,

[…]

earlier diagnosis permits much earlier treatment, and long-term suppression of the disease has become a realistic objective.

roche.com

roche.com

gression to these stages is

n Weg, der zum Glück heute nicht mehr vorgezeichnet

[…]

ist: Neue Arzneimittel hindern die Krankheit weitgehend am Vorrücken,

[…]

die Diagnostik erlaubt eine deutlich frühere Behandlung – und auch ein dauerhaftes Zurückdrängen der Krankheit ist in den Bereich des Möglichen gerückt.

roche.com

roche.com

Eihr vorgezeichnet

Fortunately, the foundation managed to

[…]

find foster parents in Germany in 2003 who have actively supported the two children,

[…]

and have given them the important things which they need for their lives (we reported about this in an earlier issue of Prosa).

samuel.de

samuel.de

foundation managed to

Erfreulicherweise war es der Stiftung

[…]

bereits im Dezember 2003 gelungen, eine Patenfamilie in Deutschland zu finden, die

[…]

die zwei Kinder seitdem tatkräftig unterstützt und ihnen so das Notwendigste zum Leben ermöglicht (wir hatten darüber schon in einer früheren Prosa berichtet).

samuel.de

samuel.de

iftung

The education offices,

[…]

which are aware of these fortunately rare – cases, should be

[…]

able to settle these difficulties

[…]

which have a negative impact on the workload of teachers who comply with the Ministry of Education’s standards, under the control of the management of the Ministry’s legal affairs department.

miviludes.gouv.fr

miviludes.gouv.fr

which are aware of the- cases, should be

nd über diese glücklicherweise relativ seltenen Fälle

[…]

informiert und sollten sich bemühen, das Problem zu

[…]

lösen, da sich diese Verhaltensweise sehr negativ auf den Stundenplan der Lehrkräfte auswirkt, die die Regelungen des Bildungsministeriums, das wiederum der Kontrolle des Justizministeriums untersteht, respektieren.

miviludes.gouv.fr

miviludes.gouv.fr

Die Rektorate sinen Fälle

was fortunately below forecast at the beginning of 2009 due to economic developments and the risk mitigation measures we initiated for new and existing loans.

commerzbank.de

commerzbank.de

Although loan loss provisions rose as expected during the year, the level reachedw forecast at the beginning of 2009 due to economic developments and the risk mitigation measures we initiated for new and existing loans.

commerzbank.de

commerzbank.de

Die Risikovorsorge ist zwar erwartungsgemäß im Jahresverlauf angestiegen, jedoch wurde das Anfang 2009 erwartete Niveau aufgrund der wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung sowie der eingeleiteten risikomitigierenden Maßnahmen für Neu- und Bestandsgeschäft erfreulicherweise nicht erreicht.

Fortunately, the high one-off costs posted

[…]

by the Door Systems and Access and Time Management Divisions toward the end of

[…]

the financial year, which led Kaba to correct its earnings expectations at the end of June 2001, were offset by the better-than-expected result of the Unican companies.

kaba.sg

kaba.sg

high one-off costs posted

hohen Einmalkosten, die in den Divisionen

[…]

Türsysteme sowie Zutritt und Zeitwirtschaft gegen das Ende des Geschäftsjahres

[…]

zu verzeichnen waren und die Kaba Ende Juni 2001 zu einer Korrektur der Gewinnerwartung veranlasst hatte, konnten erfreulicherweise durch das besser als erwartete Resultat der Unican Gesellschaften kompensiert werden.

kaba.com

kaba.com

DieDivisionen

The human resources market for IT specialists and

[…]

executives has fortunately improved during

[…]

the past few months, so that we have been

[…]

able to take on reliable, experienced employees.

cewecolor.de

cewecolor.de

executivesoved during

Der Personalmarkt für IT-Fach- und

[…]

-Führungskräfte hat sich in den letzten Monaten

[…]

erfreulich entspannt, so dass wir gute

[…]

und erfahrene Mitarbeiter gewinnen konnten.

cewecolor.de

cewecolor.de

-Führungskräfletzten Monaten

Fortunately for Dyesol, DSC is the only third

[…]

generation technology ready to be scaled up, with the potential to lower costs

[…]

towards the $1/Wp mark, with sufficient raw materials available beyond the GW per year production level and avoiding at the same time highly toxic and rare materials such as indium, cadmium or tellurium,” Dr Tulloch said.

dyesol.com

dyesol.com

Dyesol, DSC is the only third

r fort: “Zum Glückr Dyesol ist FSZ

[…]

als einzige Technologie der dritten Generation soweit, dass sie aufgestockt

[…]

werden kann: Sie besitzt das Potenzial, die Kosten in Richtung auf das 1$/Wp-Niveau zu senken; es stehen ausreichend Rohmaterialien für eine Erzeugung in mehr als GWHöhe pro Jahr zur Verfügung; und gleichzeitig vermeidet sie hochgiftige und seltene Materialien wie Indium, Cadmium und Tellur.

dyesol.com

dyesol.com

Dr. Tulloch fuhst FSZ


Fortunately, Unfortunately


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