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Die Schwarzlteiche waren früher Schotterteiche der Firma Schwarzl. Sie entstanden durch Ausbaggern des Schotters der für die Bauindustrie benötigt wurde. Das Grundwasser füllte die Gruben zu Teichen auf. Das Areal der Firma Schwarzl liegt zwischen dem militärischen Fliegerhorst Nittner (einem der zwei Standort an dem die Militärflugzeuge Österreichs ...


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Appending an "L" to the end of a word is a way of forming a diminuative frequently used in Austria/Southern Germany (don't know about other regions). Another example are the quite common names Schmiedl / Schmied Or the word Stiegl (from Stiege) which is also the name of a successful brand of beer from Salzburg. As @Baz has already pointed ...


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Entstanden ist der 56 Hektar große See als eine Schottergrube der Baufirma Schwarzl Beton durch Grundwasser geflutet wurde. 1984 konnte das Freizeitzentrum als Nachnutzung des Schottertagebaus eröffnet werden. Es beherbergt neben dem Badesee die sogenannte „Steiermark-Halle“ mit Gastronomiebetrieben und die „Davis-Cup-Halle“, in der regelmäßig der ...


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enter link description hereYou can use Kärtchen in singular and plural. It´s a diminutive form. In german it´s a Diminutiv (Verniedlichungsform, Verkleinerungsform) This form is build from a noun and a suffix like: -lein, -chen, -ette, -erl. The word Kärtchen comes from Karte Singular: die Karte   ==> das Kärtchen ...


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One reason you are having difficulties finding an adequate dictionary entry is because Kärtchen is what is known as a diminutive form. One of the diminutive endings -chen or -lein, when added to nouns, makes the modified noun smaller, cuter, or (less often) laughable. (Unfortunatley for many words one of the two diminuitives is much more common than the ...


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You are right, it simply means "walked on" or "marched on", continuing the course already started, implying that the suject did not stop where it would have been expected. It is a separable verb meaning that the present tense would be "weiter wandern". A typical use is for the sun or moon, which simply continue to advance across the sky (despite the ...


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I would say it means something along these lines: "Cheers to bowling, preserve it, our word for its good" But I have no clue on the "Gut Holz" part. It means something like "Good Wood", but its likely to be an idiomatic expression.


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First of all, let me mention that there are some differences between modern "bowling" and "Kegeln" (e.g. number of pins), but in the following I will use the translation "bowling" for "Kegeln". Maybe a more appropriate is "skittles" or "ninepins" according to dict.leo.org. Gut Holz Literally "good wood". "Holz" is a bowling term for the pins. "Gut ...



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