Petrel - Petrel
Petrels :: stormvoëls
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Tomorrow - (môre) :: Many of them are meeting tomorrow in London to debate the future of the United Nations
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Umbrage - (aanstoot) :: Seems that some conservatives took umbrage at comments by the writer Joe Staten
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Hierarchical (hiërargiese) :: Our civil service is based on a hierarchical military model of command
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