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"ham fisted" German translation
Similar translations for "ham fisted" in German
Usage examples for "ham fisted" in German
That's kind of ham-fisted.
If I bought an unwrapped piece of ham, I could see the selling price and the cost per kilo.
Standards have been raised, and the question of the radio ham has also been given attention.
Why are you blaming the ham for being too big for the pan?
So -- (Laughter) (Applause) -- now, when you think about this, what we have here is a ham butt problem.
This also applies to cheese, as well as honey, ham, and arts and crafts.
That means no quarrelling over Parma ham and Swedish models.
So Ham Smith and Clyde Hutchison developed some new methods for making error-free DNA at a small level.
Woman's making a ham for a big, family dinner.
The Commission's tight-fisted proposal on agriculture is rejected by the majority of the candidate countries.
So she calls up mom, and she says, "Mom, why'd you cut the butt off the ham, when you're making a ham?"
You don't want to be the ham in the middle.
Does everyone know the ham butt problem?
There was rolled up turkey cold cuts, rolled up ham cold cuts, rolled up roast beef cold cuts and little cubes of cheese.
You know, that ham butt is delicious!
So, you can't get a smaller ham.
The only difference is a Susskind sandwich would have a lot more ham," ham, as in bad actor.
For example, we could say that Parma ham can be compared with Parma ham, but not with Viareggio sausage.
I wish they would serve Parma ham, spaghetti with pesto from Genoa, polenta from Veneto and sweet-smelling tomatoes from Naples! "
(Laughter) The truth of the matter is that a Feynman sandwich had a load of ham, but absolutely no baloney.
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