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diet

in Scots practice
1 the date fixed by a court for hearing a case.
2 a single session of a court.

DIET. An assembly held by persons having authority to manage the public affairs of the nation. In Germany, such assemblies are known by this name:

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As vice president business development EMEA, Dieter Lott is taking on additional responsibility for the Enterprise Business Group, managing the core strategic supplier relationships.
As 'n begaafde skoolkind en 'n uitnemende student het Dieter Ondracek 'n fassinasie met lokomotiewe.
From the bleak upbringing on the war-ravaged streets of his hometown, Dieter went on to become a successful businessman who still considers Wales his home.
Dieter, 27, and his stunning wife Stephanie, 26, are passionate about fashion, and jumped at the chance to model this season's hottest looks.
DIETERS can improve their chances of losing weight by ensuring they get a good night's sleep, according to the findings of research published today.
In the 1980s, Dieter became medical and scientific director of Cytobiological Laboratories, Heidelberg, where he directed research in peptides, tissue engineering, and cell therapy.
Dieter, a 35-year industry veteran, joins Cushman & Wakefield as executive vice president, Industrial Brokerage, U.
As we are ready now to break into new and broader markets, it was important for the company to add a high level of experience and credibility with customer and channel partners, and we could not have been more fortunate than having Dieter fill this role.
A "fat day" is a day when a dieter has a low body image.
In 1997, director Werner Herzog won awards for his documentary Little Dieter Needs To Fly, a tribute to American serviceman Dieter Dengler, one of the few to escape a Laotian prison camp during the Vietnam war.
IN 1997, director Werner Herzogwon numerous awards for his documentary Little Dieter Needs To Fly, a tribute to American service man Dieter Dengler, one of the few people to escape a Laotian prison camp during the Vietnam conflict.