Preis englanniksi   cup de, award de, prize de, price de


: ux|en|Pour the tea into the cup.

: ux|en|The World Cup is awarded to the winner of a quadrennial football tournament.

: ux|en|The World Cup is the worlds most widely watched sporting event.

: ux|en|The ball just misses the cup.

: ux|en|Players of contact sports are advised to wear a cup.

: ux|en|The cups are made of a particularly uncomfortable material.

: the cup of an acorn

*: The cowslips golden cup no more I see.

*: O my Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me.

: Cup your hands and Ill pour some rice into them.

: He cupped the ball carefully in his hands.

*: Cup us, till the world go round.

: to cup the end of a screw

*: Than the kynge for grete favour made Tramtryste to be put in his doughtyrs awarde and kepying, because she was a noble surgeon.

*: The AMIEU[w|Australian Meat Industry Employees Union] first developed into a powerful organisation in the early years of the twentieth century, and after the first industry-wide collective agreement was made in 1911, collective bargaining prevailed in the industry until 1917, when the employers sought an award from the Queensland Industrial Court. The first award was issued on March 12, 1918.

*: A further 17 per cent responded that the agreement replaced ‘most’ aspects of the award, leaving the large majority (67 per cent) claiming that the agreeement replaced only ‘some’ aspects of the award.

*: Employees whose pay is set by ‘award only’ are those who have their pay set by an award, and who are not paid more than the award rate of pay.

*: To review / The wrongful sentence, and award a new.

: He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.

*: His own prize, / Whom formerly he had in battle won.

*: I fought and conquered, yet have lost the prize.

*: I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.

: rfquotek|Shakespeare

*: [I] do love, prize, honour you.

*: I prized your person, but your crown disdain.

*: A goodly price that I was prized at.

*: I prize it [life] not a straw, but for mine honour.

*: We can afford no more at such a price.

: ux|en|I paid a high price for my folly.

*: Her price is far above rubies.

*: new treasures still, of countless price

*: Thou damned wight, / The author of this fact, we here behold, / What iustice can but iudge against thee right, / With thine owne bloud to price his bloud, here shed in sight.

: to price eggs

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