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English-German translation for: dec.
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SYNO   Dec | December | celestial latitude ... 
deceased {adj} {past-p} <decd., dec.> [formal]
verstorben <verst.> [geh.]
deceased {adj} {past-p} <decd., dec.> [formal]
verblichen [geh.] [veraltet] [verstorben]
deceased {adj} {past-p} <decd., dec.> [formal]
verschieden [geh.] [verstorben]
deceased {adj} {past-p} <decd., dec.> [formal]
gestorben <gest.>
deceased {adj} <d., decd., dec.> [formal]
selig [geh.] [verstorben]
deceased {adj} {past-p} <decd., dec.> [formal]
dahingeschieden [verstorben]
December <Dec.>
Dezember {m} <Dez.>
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A 2011-12-01: @Paul: Fine print proposal for the GL [ texts revised as of 3 Dec, 19:00]
A 2010-12-15: "Heiligabend" is Dec 24. The whole day, not only the evening.
A 2010-12-10: http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2010/dec/08/editorial-wikileaks-ju...
A 2010-12-08: http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/dec/06/postman-in-shorts-in-winter
A 2010-04-27: 9 days from dec 29 to jan 11 sounds quite a lot to me...
A 2008-11-28: Um das Problem zu umgehen, kann man auch kurz sagen: Back in the office on...
A 2008-11-28: will be back by/after 1st of Dec ...
A 2008-10-05: dec. = decoctum (lateinisch: abgekocht), zu decoquere - abkochen
A 2008-05-28: in the top-stitching (dec. st.)
A 2008-04-14: Thanks all, appreciate the help! Text is from Dec. 1942.
A 2007-06-22: Or: claims had to be lodged by 31 Dec
A 2007-06-22: Claims had to be filed by 31 Dec 92..............
A 2005-11-26: dec

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