Walther, Rohm, J. P. Sauer and Sohn, Blaser, Max Ern, F. Henninghaus, HEYM AG are a few.
Well known German car manufacturers include: * Mercedes-Benz * Volkswagen/Audi * BMW * Porsche
The word names in German is Namen (f).
Hans Bahlow has written: 'Niederdeutsche Namenwelt' -- subject(s): Etymology, Low German Names, Low German language, Names, Names, Low German 'Wedelstaedt Deutsches Namenlexikon' -- subject(s): Etymology, German, German language, Names, Names, Personal, Personal Names 'Niederdeutsches Namenbuch' -- subject(s): Low German, Names, Personal, Personal Names 'Deutsches namenbuch' -- subject(s): Etymology, German, German language, Names, Names, Personal, Personal Names
WE call the different initials after our names letters they show people what examinations and qualifications you have
What are the names of the manufacturers?
well none have German names
No. However, the names of the manufacturers (Boeing, Airbus, Douglas, etc.) are always capitalized, as are the initials for various models (DC-10, L-1011, F-15), Common descriptive names such as "jumbo jet" are not, but military nicknames such as "Eagle", "Harrier" and "Flying Fortress" would be.
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Intel, AMD, IBM, VIA.
Sarah (Jessica) Parker
Are you looking for celebrities who have the initials BM?
Wilhelm Reinhold Brauer has written: 'Prussische Siedlungen westlich der Weichsel' -- subject(s): Dialects, Etymology, Geographical Names, German Names, German language, Names, Names, Geographical, Names, German
not pulling the trigger, holding fire any other names??
The German word for "countries" is "LÃ¤nder".
There are really no German relegions.
German dive bombers
German names are usually for people of German descent, and Jewish names are usually for people of Jewish descent. Many Jewish surnames originated in Germany and are shared by both Germans and Jews.
Registered Physical Therapist.