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comment Source of “Der Tod ist die letzte Feste dem Freien, deren Tor immer offen steht.”
would have been my guess to.
Apr
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comment What does the Abkürzung (abbreviation) SV mean?
@0x6d64 dann müssten beim VVK auch Punkte sein.
Apr
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comment What does the Abkürzung (abbreviation) SV mean?
what kind of event was the ticket for?
Apr
11
comment What does the Abkürzung (abbreviation) SV mean?
@user unknown: ich finde es ohnehin sehr befremdlich, Abkürzungen zu verwenden, die sich eindeutig selbst erklären.
Apr
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answered What does the Abkürzung (abbreviation) SV mean?
Feb
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comment Ist „Mensch“ geschlechtsneutral?
Ich (geborener Österreicher) kenne 'das Mensch' auch, habe aber die Erfahrung gemacht, dass außerhalb der Gebirgsgegenden in Österreich und Süddeutschland kaum jemand damit etewas anzufangen wußte.
Jan
24
comment What typographical rules are applied when creating the “Esszett” in a new font?
it is the hardest character, and for me it sometimes makes the difference if I use a free font or buy one. To make it fit into I usualy take "B" and "b" as base.
Jan
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answered What typographical rules are applied when creating the “Esszett” in a new font?
Jan
20
comment Is there a difference between “Leiche”, “Leichnam”, “Toter”, or “Verstorbener”
shure it is used... to describe the bodies (other then the number of persons involved)... the use of these words in media could explain the statistics
Jan
20
answered Is there a difference between “Leiche”, “Leichnam”, “Toter”, or “Verstorbener”
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Jan
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comment “null” (zero) vs. “NULL”
I don't understand, why you try to answer a qurestion, that you don't understand? 'Leer' is usualy not used to describe NULL - sometimes (hardly ever) "leeres Ergebnis" is used.
Jan
20
comment “null” (zero) vs. “NULL”
A web-designer / - programmer I run into this problem pretty often and the answer posted here is exactly what usualy happens: Null is pronounces english and Zero is either pronounces german or - very often - replaced by "keine". In case you're not shure... noone will blame you if you ask to clearify.
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answered How do I say something is the superlative of a group in German?
Jan
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comment How do I say something is the superlative of a group in German?
"Der Nächte war dies die dunkelste." is not really good.
Jan
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comment How do I use “arbeiten an”?
@splattne I fully agrree on this! I don't think I want to read about quality deficits in any broschure, do you? - "minimieren" is a little less offensive than "beseitigen"