Kraft in Turks
Kraft in Engels
n. force, power, strength; military power; authority; binding power, effect (of a law)
n. kraft, sturdy paper used for bags and as a wrapping paper
"I am not influenced by patriotism," said Kraft, speaking with a certain stiffness.
A great-hearted man has killed himself, Kraft has shot himself-for the sake of an idea, for the sake of Hecuba...
But this was Kraft's conjecture based on the facts-only a conjecture, however.
Even the idea of Kraft had imperceptibly passed into the background.
Kraft had shot himself with a revolver (that same revolver) after dark, as was shown by his diary.
So the matches remained an open question, but Kraft firmly believed in them.
As major coffee companies, Nestlé, Kraft, Sara Lee and Procter and Gamble cannot continue to get away with lining their pockets.
However, four international trusts, - Nestlé, Kraft, Sara Lee and Procter and Gamble - control half of all world coffee sales.
Other women who made it to the top of the list this year are Kraft Foods CEO Irene Rosenfeld, talk show host Oprah Winfrey, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
"It just started a new countdown clock" - the source said, adding that Kraft does not have attempted to negotiate with Cadbury in recent weeks.
strong wrapping paper made from pulp processed with a sulfur solution: wrapping paper, kraft paper