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“Der Chef ist im Haus” is a different idiomatic usage. It means something like, “The boss is in the building.” It indicates that the boss is currently present at the workplace.

Hello?
Who's calling?
Watt.
What's your name?
Watt's my name.
Yes, what is your name?
My name is John Watt.
John what?
Yes. ... I'll call on you this afternoon. All right, are you Jones?
No, I'm Knott.
Will you tell me your name, then?
Will Knott.
Why not?
My name is Knott.
Not what?
Not Watt. Knott.
What?

Consider the King Frederik Inn, Petersen Village Inn or Solvang Inn & Cottages for accommodations, and stop in the Danish Mill Bakery for butter cookies, pastries and bread, as well as the Jule Hus Christmas Store, with old world traditional decorations, and Gaveaesken, which sells Danish paper cuts and Scandinavian Christmas items.

A fun way to practice specific German sounds is by reciting tongue twisters. The benefit to using tongue twisters as a learning tool is that you get to practice the same target sound not only repeatedly and but also in differing configurations. This is important because neighboring sounds influence one another. Practicing individual sounds in isolation is useful, but is ultimately only a precursor to being able to pronounce the sounds in combination with others.

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Somerset and Stereo Fidelity were both basically the same label. Somerset was used for the mono releases, and Stereo Fidelity was used for the stereo issues. The artwork on the corresponding mono/stereo pairs was identical except for the logo, which was on the back cover. Somerset and Stereo Fidelity albums rarely had any logos or label identifiers on the front covers. That way, they could be easily mistaken for "full price" albums by the casual buyer.

Somerset/Stereo Fidelity was part of Miller International Company of Media, Pennsylvania, which was run by David L. Miller.

The original Somerset label was yellow with black print. This was used primarily for the first fifteen or so issues, before the Stereo Fidelity issues. When stereo came in, the Somerset label changed to a light blue with dark blue print, similar to the Stereo Fidelity label. Early Stereo Fidelity label was light blue with dark blue print, similar to the Somerset blue label. For a time, the Somerset label was in full color. Later Stereo Fidelity label also used some color. We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail . Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no association with Somerset Records. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography (all of which are out of print), we suggest you see our Frequently Asked Questions page and follow the instructions found there. This story and discography are copyright 2002 by Mike Callahan.


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