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"Magnat" is a Polish historical film. It was released in 1987.


Who is Magnat?

Magnat a.k.a. Eternal Basement is Michael Kohlbecker, a German trance artist.

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Google previewA Concise Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (1885)

by Walter William Skeat

magnate, a great man, noble. (F. — L.) F. magnat. — L. magnatem, acc. of magmzs, a prince.

Google previewOxford American Desk Dictionary & Thesaurus (2010)

by Oxford University Press

mag-nate /'mag,nat, 'magnat/ > n. a wealthy and influential person, especially in business. mag-ne-sia /mag'nézI~Ia, -'nésHa/ > n. a compound of magnesium used to reduce stomach acid. mag-ne-si-um ...

Google previewDictionary of Eclectic Shorthand (1894)

Giving the Phonetic and Shorthand Equivalents of the Primitive Words and the Various Classes of Derivative Words of the English Language. Also, Several Vocabularies of Technical Terms by Jesse George Cross

CITIZEN ADDICTED Citizen sitzn Denizen dinzn Horizon horzn Barrister b*rrstr Minister minstr Registrar rijstrr Forester forstr Chorister corstr Potentate pötntat Magistrate majstrt Laureate laarat Magnate magnat Magnet mtfgnt Catkin Ci7tcn ...

Google previewDictionary of the Neutral Language (idiom Neutral) Neutral-English and English-neutral (1903)

With a Complete Grammar in Accordance with the Resolutions of the International Academy of the Universal Language and a Brief History of the Neutral Language by Michael Andrew Francis Holmes

magnate, n., magnat. magnesium, n., magnesium. magnet, n. , magnet. magnetic, a., magnet/£ . magnetism, n., magnet/sw. magnetize, v., magnetiser. magnificence, n., magnif.

Google previewThe Dictionary of National Biography (1908)

by Stephen (Sir Leslie), Robert Blake, Christine Stephanie Nicholls

' Scandalum Magnat um ...

Google previewEtymological and pronouncing dictionary of the English language, the pronunciation revised by P.H. Phelp (1874)

magnat«, grande«« of Poland or Hungary), a noble or grandee ; a шоп of rank and wealth. malaria, п. mn-îâ'rt/l fit mal«, Ш. bad; aria, air), exhalations from niorshr districts which produce fevers and agüe: malarious. \. malcontent, n.

Google previewA Dictionary English and Gujarati (1877)

by Robert Montgomery, Manidharprasad Tapiprasad, Ambalal Sakerlal

MAGNATE & [Юн 'magnat a title ofthe nobles of Hungary and Poland ...

Google previewChambers's Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (1900)

by Andrew Findlater

magnat, a title of nobles of Hungary and Poland-—L. magnas, magnatis, a prince—magnus, great.) Magnesia, mag-né'shi-a or -si-a, n. the single oxide of magnesium, occurring as a light, white powder. (So called from some resemblance ...

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Magnat Mittel - und Basslautsprecher.

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