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Essenseinladung mit einem Motto Sensemann, der

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a strong sense All that’s nonsense common sense Dieter Bohlen is not a musician in the true sense of the word Does it make sense to you? Does this make sense to you? good sense grim sense of humor He learned the speech by heart but missed the sense entirely He needs a little horse sense His friendly manner lulled her into a false sense of security horse sense I will have/stand no more of your nonsense! I won’t take any nonsense! I’ll knock all that nonsense out of them I’ve had enough of this nonsense! in a loose sense in a sense in every sense of the word in the figurative sense in the full sense of the word in the proper sense of the world in the usual sense of the word in this sense It does not make sense It doesn’t make sense It makes no sense It makes sound sense It’s all a load of nonsense! Let’s keep a sense of proportion Moral grounds […] are always the last refuge of people who have no sense of beauty. More than 600 new words, phrases, and senses have been added to the Oxford English Dictionary this quarter. no-nonsense nonsense Nonsense! Nothing can cure the soul but the senses, just as nothing can cure the senses but the soul. Now you’re talking sense Peter Miller is not a fashion designer in the true sense of the word pure nonsense Rank nonsense! Read this and tell me if it makes sense sense of humour failure Stop the nonsense! Stuff and nonsense That doesn’t make sense to me That doesn’t make sense to me! That is one of the great secrets of life - to cure the soul by means of the senses, and the senses by means of... That is sheer/pure nonsense The book is a classic in every sense of the word The hand of little Imployment hath the daintier sense. The sense escapes me There is no sense in doing that to be out of one’s senses to come to one’s senses to drive someone out of his mind/out of his senses to have a warped mind/sense of humor to have keen senses to have no sense of humor to have the good sense to do something to have the sense to do something to keep the sense of proportion to knock someone senseless/unconscious to make sense to make sense of something to offend against a proper sense of reverence to preserve one’s sense of humor/silence to take leave of one’s senses to talk nonsense to talk sense utter nonsense What nonsense What nonsense! What sense You can hardly tell now by looking at a mobile phone that it can also be used for phoning in the original sens... You can sense the coming of winter You’re not making sense You’re not talking sense! Your plan doesn’t make any sense at all

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