comfortable dwellings

comfortable dwellings
благоустроенное жилище

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  • Baus — Recorded in several spelling forms including Baus, Bauser, Bausere, Bausmann, and Bausor, this is a German occupational surname. It derives from the ancient word baus meaning a swelling, and by tranposition was used to denote a pillow or bolster …   Surnames reference

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