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MIS. A syllable which prefixed to some word signifies some fault or defect; as, misadventure, misprision, mistrial, and the like.

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"Denmark is a very special country with incredible people, but based on prime minister Mette Frederiksen's comments, that she would have no interest in discussing the purchase of Greenland, I will be postponing our meeting scheduled in two weeks for another time," Mr Trump said.
A range of unusual recipes, with Mette Nielsen's artfully lit and composed food photographs, contribute to this compelling message.
Reportedly, employee-elected members of the board, Tina Moller Nielsen Carlsson and Soren Vestergaard, will retire from Topdanmark's board of directors after the AGM, while Mette Jensen has been re-elected as an employee member to the board.
As a result of Mette's departure, we have entered into a further contract with Jim Bruce who is now our office manager, working twenty hours each week.
Par ailleurs Akremi a declare que le chef de l'Etat est intervenu personnellement pour qu'on mette a la disposition de son fils des coordinations regionales.
The license donation consists of Emerson's Roxar RMS reservoir characterization and modelling software, Roxar Tempest which complements Roxar RMS with its single, consistent interface utilized in various global installations, and Roxar METTE that provides an integrated flow-assurance and production modelling options.
Editors Sandvik, Mette Thorhauge, and Valtysson present readers with a collection of case studies, academic essays, and other research that touch upon various aspects of our contemporary use of media during our everyday lives.
"Must you read at the table?" my grandma asked Mette.
Mette Ivie Harrison is the author of the award-winning Mira, Mirror and The Princess and the Hound series.
Il n'y a aucune raison pour qu'on se mette a speculer[beaucoup plus grand que], lance-t-il.
Mette, our purser, or at least I think she is, says: "Will you be lucky?
THE VANISHING ACT Mette Jakobsen (Vintage, pounds 7.99) COPENHAGEN-born Sydney resident Mette Jakobsen draws inspiration from her philosophy degree in her debut novel, The Vanishing Act.