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Helmut, Germanist, Boor, Helmut de.

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  • boor´ish|ness — boor|ish «BUR ihsh», adjective. like a boor; rude or rustic. SYNONYM(S): clumsy, unrefined, ill mannered. –boor´ish|ly, adverb. –boor´ish|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

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