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Roof-rabbit-german, dict.cc english-german dictionary: translation for roof rabbit. Lol… i have not heard this term in a while but it brought some very good memories back. therefore, let me try to explain it i apologise in advance for the novel ..., (euphemistic) cat meat ... definition from wiktionary, the free dictionary. The term "roof-hare" (roof-rabbit, german dachhase) applies to cat meat presented as that of a hare, another small mammal used as a source of meat. subtracting the skin, feet, head and tail, hare and cat carcasses appear similar., the term "roof-hare" (roof-rabbit, german: dachhase) applies to cat meat presented as that of a hare, another pest (or pet) used as a source of meat. subtracting the skin, feet, head and tail, hares and cats are practically identical..

The term "roof-hare" (roof-rabbit, german dachhase) applies to cat meat presented as that of a hare, another small mammal used as a source of meat. subtracting the skin, feet, head and tail, hare and cat carcasses appear similar., the term "roof-hare" (roof-rabbit, german dachhase) applies to cat meat presented as that of a hare, another small mammal used as a source of meat. subtracting the skin, feet, head and tail, hare and cat carcasses appear similar..

Under the roof of the spreading house featuring tastefully decorated dining rooms where each one gives the impression of being a historical cultural heritage treasure, where all menus are printed in two languages and where even external home symbols are slovenian i.e. rosemary, carnation and linden, you will be served characteristic local specialties: the karst »pr¹ut« air-dried ham, the ..., rabbit translation in english - german reverso dictionary, see also 'rabbit burrow',rabbit hutch',rabbit hole',jack rabbit', examples, definition, conjugation. Tanks leichttraktor. the vk.31 leichttraktor ("light tractor") was an experimental german light fighting tank developed in the 1920s under secret conditions. only four were produced and they were used in the late 1930s and the early part of the war for training purposes. panzerkampfwagen i (pzkpfw i). also known as: panzer i, or sonderkraftfahrzeug 101 (sd. kfz. 101)