Eier


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Eier

A slang term for money in some German-speaking countries. Literally, the word means "eggs."
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Working with a product engineer and a clear vision of how to continue to grow the business based on spreading good wishes, and keeping the sweetness and handmade feel to the bouquet, Eier received her first shipment of Petal Wishes earlier this year - ready to be distributed to brides on demand for personalization by those who love them.
A proven success at bridal shows throughout the Valley and Southern California, along with being sold in a few local bridal stores, Eier and the Petal Wishes team have plans to travel east and set up booths in Texas before venturing into the South and Mid-West.
For example, we find --s in words like PARK ~ PARKS and DECK ~ DECKS, --E in HUND 'dog' ~ HUNDE 'dogs' and TISCH 'table' ~ TISCHE 'tables, and --ER in El 'egg' ~ EIER 'eggs' and BILD 'picture' ~ BILDER 'pictures'.
jy staan dan op (enkele spatsels eier in die laken) terwyl die donkerste gedeelte (soos 'n) die binnebrok nog makeer!
Von den Verben haukuma 'bellen', imetama 'saugen, stillen', jooma 'trinken', kasvama (kasuma) 'wachsen, zunehmen', magama 'schlafen', munema 'Eier legen', naerma (naarma) 'lachen', riidlema 'streiten' bevorzugt oder gebraucht man nur die jeweiligen ja-Ableitungen.
In "Nes", die eerste van tien sorgvuldig gekonstrueerde afdelings, word die skeppingsbeginsel in terme van die eier aangekondig.
Der Galktogengehalt der Eier von Lymnaea stagnalis L.