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PostPosted:Sat May 14, 2022 6:50 pm 
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What is Dutch for gland?


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PostPosted:Sun May 15, 2022 2:12 pm 
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Did you misread the response to Jeroen saying he didn't know the term gland, or something? Liver = biggest gland in the body.

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What is Dutch for gland?
In this context it would be a 'rubber knel'. You kan have also a 'plastic knel' and only knel is a brass one. Knel translated to English would be squeeze or stuck in a tight space.

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What is Dutch for gland?
In this context it would be a 'rubber knel'. You kan have also a 'plastic knel' and only knel is a brass one. Knel translated to English would be squeeze or stuck in a tight space.

Jeroen
I often utter "k'nel" when trying to squeeze something into a tight space!! :lol:


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