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Fuchs

A slang term for a 50-deutschemark banknote that circulated in Germany prior to the adoption of the euro.
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In Chapter 1, "Forcible Translation," Fuchs elucidates how English writers style their acts of imitatio and translatio of Spanish material according to metaphorical language of piracy, which evokes and glorifies a forceful, hostile takeover of Spanish material.
Being so successful in sports at a young age means Fuchs has had to juggle academics with hockey.
In the statement, Don Brett, Batoyle chairman, said: "We are codent that the sale to Fuchs will ensure the value we have built in the business will be maintained and extended by the speciality approach of the Fuchs Group.
Captain Shahid Bhatti of Pak National was handed over a cash prize of SR5000 and the winning trophy while the Fuchs Cricket Club captain received a cash prize of SR3000 with the runner-up trophy.
Woodcock saw in Fuchs an English style centre forward who could make a mark.
The Lord Chief Justice, Lord Goddard, called Fuchs one of the most dangerous men this country could have on its shores.
Fuchs and the use of illegally obtained evidence deprives him of any hope of a fair trial.
Fuchs emerges slowly with blurred or cloudy vision, tiny bumps known as guttae (GOO-tay) on the cornea's surface and, in severe stages, painful blisters on the corneal surface.
So it's no surprise that Hitchcock Academy executive director Sue Gregory feels her community center's sixth annual road race is in good hands with Fuchs as race coordinator.