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Synonyms for bunt

(baseball) the act of hitting a baseball lightly without swinging the bat

disease of wheat characterized by replacement of the grains with greasy masses of smelly smut spores

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similar to Tilletia caries

fungus that destroys kernels of wheat by replacing them with greasy masses of smelly spores

hit a ball in such a way so as to make it go a short distance

to strike, thrust or shove against


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(http://www.bfmtv.com/sport/schumacher-service-reeducation-792957.html) German magazine Bunte r ecently reported about Schumacher being moved into a rehabilitation unit, as chances of gaining full recovery continues to decrease as time passes by.
The post FIFA's Blatter says Swiss investigation is 'outrageous' -- Bunte appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
According to German gossip magazine Bunte, national sports chiefs fear the model has overshadowed the other wives and girlfriends during the tournament, the Daily Mail reported.
The case against Bunte comes a month after former Ferrari chairman Luca Cordero di Montezelmo, 68, told Christian news website Ecumenical News that Schumacher was responding to treatment.
4 'Das bunte Glas zerstort den Hoss' ('coloured glass destroys hatred') was the motto inscribed over the door of Taut's pavilion.
That same month, German magazine Bunte apologizes for an article it published about the actor, stating, "Bunte has been informed that Tom Cruise is not infertile and that his sperm count is completely normal."
Diddy) in the German magazine Bunte, as quoted on Salon.com, August 27
The late columnist's 1992 Cadillac brought in more than $10,000, Bunte Auction Services co-owner Kerry Bunte told E&P.
"All of our initial studies give us a very high level of confidence that we will be able to kill the fungi and mites without harming the bees or plants," says NVID President Bob Bunte.
(1844-50; "Studies"), and Bunte Steine (1853; "Colorful Stones"), brought him fame.
In the preface to his collection of narrative sketches, Bunte Steine ( Colored Stones, 1853), he states that a boiling teakettle interests him as much as a volcano, that in even the most trivial phenomena, provided one knows how to look at them, the universal harmony of nature may be recognized.
in Stifter's collection Bunte Steine, or even, as is convincingly shown, in Morike's novella Mozart auf der Reise nach Prag.
Asked whether the Pope is taking on too much given his state of health, Cardinal Ratzinger was quoted as telling Bunte that 'that is very probably the case.' But, pressed as to whether he could dissuade the ailing pontiff from loading himself with duties, he added: 'That's something other people must do.'