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Ofen

, Alpine pass, Switzerland
Ofen (ōˈfən), Alpine pass, 7,070 ft (2,155 m) high, Grisons canton, E Switzerland. The Ofen Pass Road links the Engadine Valley with the Italian Tyrol.
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All too ofen, S-2s and G-2s are initally pressed for time but neglect to go back and add detail and depth whenever they have an opportunity.
These 12 recordings were first selected from the European Strong Motion Database (ESMD) [21] to best fit the OFEN design response spectra (Figures 14 and 15).
In the recessionary year of 2009, Switzerland managed a slight electricity surplus, according to figures published by OFEN. But as economic demand picks up after the downturn, the need for electricity will become more acute in future winters.
(66) Nathalie, "Riesen-Forelle aus dem Ofen," Cucina Casalinga, 7 August 2008, <http:// cucina-casalinga.blogspot.com/2008/08/ mein-erster-post-seit-einiger-zeit-habe.
One proven, though ofen overlooked means of getting that type of talent is through a well-structured, professionally managed internship program.
Giora, Rachel and Ofen Fein (1999) "On understanding familiar and less-familiar figurative language".
[...] Mein Urgrossvater [...] baute Ofen fur das russische Volk" (11-12).
To this day I genuiely have no idea what it was about, but I'd ofen wake up with sweaty palms ad what felt like a layer of fost on my back.
Salonen's "Die Ofen der alten Mesopotamier," BaM 3 (1964): 100-124, esp.