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beer mug, steinnoun
a mug intended for serving beer
Stein, Gertrude Steinnoun
experimental expatriate United States writer (1874-1946)
A beer mug, usually made of ceramic.
from a diminutive of Stephen.
anglicized from the surname Stein.
Etymology: From Stein. Not used this way in German. Probably a corruption of Steingut ("stoneware") or Steinkrug.
Stein is a municipality in the district of Fürth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 7 km south of Fürth, and 7 km southwest of Nuremberg.
inset, niste, nites, set in, sient, snite, tines, tsine
The numerical value of Stein in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of Stein in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Aaron Stein was expounding on a more personal, deeply held grievance about Turkey's global role.
You have to consider what her( Stein’s) real objective is, she does not care about getting on the debate stage, she wants to the five percent threshold in November. In doing that she will earn recognition by the Federal Election Commission as a minority party and will be able to make Green Party a more permanent fixture in American politics.
Jonathan Stein have to look at Jonathan Stein own pocketbook and Jonathan Stein own budget and decide.
Thats assuming Jill Stein will give it up, which Jill Stein might not because shes also a Russian asset.
I am not Jill Stein, i think this is a completely unhinged conspiracy theory for which there is absolutely no basis in fact. Not for Jill Stein and not for Tulsi Gabbard. I think it's really outrageous that Hillary Clinton is trying to promote this crazy idea.
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