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Compare Putèr to Sursilvan ‘wall’ and Putèr to Sursilvan ‘cheese’. Each village between S-chanf and St. Moritz has a slightly different accent, although the written form remains the same. The fable The Fox and the Crow by Jean de La Fontaine in Putèr Romansh, as well as a translation into English, the similar-looking but noticeably different-sounding dialect Vallader, and Rumantsch Grischun.

He immediately resigns his job and exits. He invites the provincial governor to his birthday dinner and cunningly gets approval from him, on condition that the dam will be built busing his own finance.

Bayern finished the matchday in first place. Bayern then defeated Werder Bremen 6–0 on matchday eight on 18 October with two goals from Philipp Lahm, two goals from Mario Götze, and a goal each from Xabi Alonso and Thomas Müller.

It was removed in order for renovation to take place which involved replacing the original neon lighting with LEDs, but subsequently a decision has been taken not to reinstall it. The angled plan shape of the concrete sculpture court in the south corner reflects the change in angle of the site between Waterloo Bridge and Festival Square.

It is soon discovered that Mariah is actually Cassie’s twin sister and the daughter Sharon did not know she had. Her birth was kept secret, following Ian’s arrangements for Mariah to be stolen at birth, and acted as a father figure to her for years.

Fourteen of these municipalities recommended evacuation for the entire area encompassed by the municipality. Local government encouraged people within these municipalities to take shelter should they feel they were in danger, and advised for them to do so in strong buildings.

Only stages 1, 6 and 7 have a boss to defeat (stage 7 being the final stage), while stages 2, 3, 4 and 5 require reaching the end to complete. Electronic Gaming Monthly s four reviewers scored the Super NES version 8, 8, 9 and 8 out of 10, adding up to 33 out of 40 (average 8.25 out of 10).

After a two-year break due to World War I, Day returned in 1918 and again played every game that year. He was regarded as one of the leading fullbacks in the immediate post-war period, and represented Victoria in this position in 1920.