schmuck


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(Yiddish) a jerk

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OXID eSales contact: Georg Schmuck Platform Relations Manager Tel: +49-761-36889-133 Email: georg.
The Curragh trainer, who never had a double, finished the night with three winners thanks to Lady Schmuck and Springfort at this meeting and Jetty mark who scored at Sligo
All of these materials feature, alongside plastic and various forms of metal ranging from gold to stainless steel, in Schmuck 2008, the world's largest open exhibition of contemporary jewellery.
Speaking at the Criswell Theological Seminary in Dallas in late January, Land referred to Schumer as "that schmuck from New York.
Another critic asked David why he was so willing to depict himself as "such a schmuck," to which he replied, "I'm portraying you, schmuck-o.
This is skating, so who cares about some schmuck pontificating on the esoteric value of van life in the open country, the ins and outs of truck stop food, how rad we are when we get drunk and party, the chicks we bang, the cool people we meet, how sick so and so's triple flip was, and the whatnot?
The last four years should have taught us all: You shouldn't elect someone you know is a schmuck.
I was pleased to read the quote from Jonathan Klein, CEO of Getty Images, in your April cover story ("The CEO Trap"): "You can be a god at the office, but at home you're just the schmuck who takes out the garbage.
Als wesentliche Gemeinsamkeiten werden zweckmaszigerweise die Hauptelemente hervorgehoben: Hemd, als altere Uberbekleidung das Gewand, Gurtel mit Verzierungen, Schmuck (in sehr reichhaltiger Weise), Kopfbedeckung, Schuhwerk (fruher Bastschuhe, spater Stiefel).
Rewe spokesman Wolfram Schmuck confirms the Rosbach case, but insists that there was not at any time danger to the consumer.
Next thing you know they'll be having some poor schmuck die for us LIVE on PBS.
After describing the story of Joey, "a callow, mediocre university student who yearns wretchedly for Virginia, the sophisticated and beautiful arts Queen," producer John Thompson (whom Fothergill incorrectly credits for making the film) is quoted as saying: "In essence, it's about a guy who realizes he's pretty much of a schmuck and there really isn't anything he can do about it.
Alfred is a total schmuck, and every other character is TV-movie thin.
These shows make anyone who takes politics--or anything else--seriously seem like a schmuck.
Regrettably, we were stymied in our schmuck search by the fact that many people are actually named Schmuck.