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  • horns — archaic a pair of horns as an emblem of a cuckold. → horn …   English new terms dictionary

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  • Horns Ende — ist ein Roman von Christoph Hein aus dem Jahr 1985. Fünf sehr verschiedene Erzähler erinnern sich Anfang der 80er Jahre an ein Ereignis, das ein Vierteljahrhundert zurückliegt. Am 1. September 1957 bringt sich der Leipziger Historiker Dr. Horn im …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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