"We were monumentally relevant to the world of wine," states kluge.
kluge is headed to Florida for what she calls much needed R&R; she and her husband, William Moses, "will be dancing everyday."
When kluge called Trump to ask for financial help last fall, he approached various creditors but was rebuffed.
"I was hot looking in my twenties," kluge told The Daily Telegraph.
When kluge laid eyes on the exotic former centerfold, he was smitten and, before long, divorced.
kluge: etymologisches Wrterbuch der deutschen Sprache, 1883.
kluge connects this htta with Gothic hhan, to hang, so that it may mean radically a state of being in suspense.
kluge accepts gutturalizing of a palatal c before a consonant where this position is the result of syncopation of a palatal vowel.
1962, noun and verb, U.S. slang, fanciful coinage by U.S. author Jackson W. Granholm (b.1921). Related: Kludgy.
[1962+ Computer; apparently fr German klug, ''clever,'' with an ironic reverse twist]