Arrest Warrant and Police Reports
and
LIES/DEFAMATION

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RECKLESS, MENDACIOUS, SLANDEROUS
Arrest Warrant of the First False Arrest
CAUSING ALL THE HAVOC
UNPROVEN AND UNPROVABLE NONSENSE
DEVOID OF A SWORN WRITTEN STATEMENT OR WITNESS OR ANY DAMAGES
COWARDLY SUBMITTED A MONTH AFTER ALLEGED DATE OF INCIDENT
AND CALLED 5 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF INCIDENT TO TURN MYSELF IN????
WHAT IS GOING ON HERE????


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for the Police Reports of the First False Arrest


FACT: I walked up to a girl parked next to me in front of a market in an attempt to ask her a question.
FACT: This girl drove away before I could ask her the question.
FACT: I never saw this person before or after this brief moment.

FACT: There were no words nor was there ever any contact before.
FACT: The entire "incident" at a public market happened in seconds.
FACT: Supermarket manager and personnel saw nothing.
FACT: There was no complaint to the market.

FACT: There are no cams or video recordings of anything!
FACT: I attempted to ask this girl as shown in Police Report about money on the ground next to our cars
and the market is in possession of this money to which I returned to them.

FACT: There was no breakage of any law whatsoever.
FACT: It was an every day happening that got turned into a strange persecution 5 months after???.
ETC...
Why?
DID THE WESTPORT POLICE CREATE A TYPE OF CRIME!!!

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WHERE IN THE HELL IS ANYTHING I ALLEGEDLY DID NOT ONLY WITHIN THE TRUTH OF MY BRIEF ENCOUNTER WITH COMPLAINANT, BUT ALSO IN THE UTTER SLANDEROUS FICTION AKA ARREST WARRANT WRITTEN BY 4 foot 10 inch OFFICER JAMES SULLIVAN????!!!

MEANING - NOT GUILTY - MEANING DID NOT COMMIT A CRIME -
meaning was unnecessarily arrested and publically slandered and defamed.
A rock solid case of police misconduct, neglect, and corruption that fomented a Signs Of The Time media bias, slander/defamation/libel.

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FOR THE DISGUSTING LIES/DEFAMATION OF OFFICER JAMES "SULLY" SULLIVAN
TO BE PRESENTED WHEN I SUE THESE CORRUPT ASSHOLES

SLANDEROUS HITJOB OUT OF NOWHERE
FIELDING NO WITNESS
FALSE NUMBER OF "CASES"
AND WHY IS THIS LITTLE SHIT COP
MENTIONING FULLY INVESTIGATED LONG GONE COMPLAINTS BETTER TERMED CALLS OF CONCERN
DECADES OLD
RESULTING IN NO ARREST
CASES CLOSED
THAT ARE IN ESSENCE
UNPROVEN AND UNPROVABLE?
WHERE IS MY SIDE OF ANY STORY?
WHERE ARE ACTUAL NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH ALLEGED PAST COMPLAINTS/CALL OF CONCERN?
WHERE ARE ANY DAMAGES?

WHAT THE HELL
WHERE IS THE ACTUAL CONVICTION RECORD?
WHY IS THIS LITTLE SHIT COP MENTIONING THINGS I WAS NEVER CONVICTED OF?

WHAT THE HELL
THERE IS NO DOCUMENTATION OF ANY FEARS EVER WITH ANYONE!
THIS LITTLE SHIT COP LIES!!!
THERE IS NOT ONE PAST INCIDENT REPORT DOCUMENTING ANY KIND OF FEAR AT ALL
AND THIS LITTLE SHIT COP WOULD HAVE TO HAD TALKED TO SOME PHANTOM OF THE DISTANT PAST OF SOME 15, 16, 17 YEAR OLD COMPLAINT.
WHAT MADE OFFICER JAMES SULLIVAN WRITE THIS

UTTER BULLSHIT?

FALSE NARRATIVE CREATING DAMAGES
 WHAT THE HELL!!! 
OUTRIGHT LIES 

LOW-DOWN

   JAMES LAWRENCE V. OFFICER JAMES SULLIVAN - 
RELATED TO
  JAMES LAWRENCE V. WESTPORT POLICE - First Civil Case #1   
Coming Link

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THIS IS THE INVESTIGATING AND ARRESTING OFFICER
4 FOOT 10 INCH OFFICER JAMES "SULLY" SULLIVAN
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German idiom:
Lügen haben kurtz beinen - (literally "lies have short legs")
lies come back to haunt the liar


LITTLE, DIRTY LOW-DOWN, UNDERHANDED, SNEAKS

MORE BEHIND THE SCENES WITHOUT THE BALLS TO REVEAL THEMSELVES

English:  Descent - 1: the act, process, or fact of moving from a higher to a lower position.
  Synonyms: falling, sinking;   fall, drop.  
  2: a downward inclination or slope.
 Synonyms: decline, grade, declivity; slant., also decrease, drop, plunge, decline, lessening, contraction,  
  6: a sudden raid or hostile attack.
  Synonyms: assault, foray; raid, incursion, sneak attack.

The Russian and German languages associate attacking with falls.
Russian:     Пад - Pad – fall
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Нападение - Napadeneea – to attack, assault 
German:   Anfall - attack

Short Cop Syndrome - A psychological disorder common in police officers 5'6" and under. Do to self-esteem issues stemming from their reduced stature, they compensate by exerting an amount of angst non-proportional to the violataion incurred by the alleged offender. Devoid of necessary capacities for versatile detailed big strong hard cold truth - wisdom. Emotional idiots. Mental midgets. Corrupt assholes.

There is no proper order in America anymore.


English:  Puny - [1570s, "inferior in rank" (1540s as a noun, "junior pupil, freshman"), fr.
                          Middle French puisné (Modern French puîné), fr. Old French puisne "born
                          later, younger, youngest" (12c., contrastedwith aisné "first-born")]
                        1: of less than normal size and strength; weak; having a small physique or
                        weakly constitution
                        2: unimportant; insignificant; petty or minor
                        3: Obsolete. puisne.
             Puisne - Law. younger; inferior in rank; junior, as in appointmen; of lower rank

              
English:  Dwarf - 1: a person of abnormally small stature owing to a pathological condition, ' especially
                            one suffering from  cretinism or some other disease that produces  disproportion or
                            deformation of features and limbs  
                              2: an animal or plant much smaller than the average of its kind or species
                              3: (in folklore) a being in the form of a small, often misshapen and man

              Cretin  - 1: a person suffering from cretinism  
                            2: a stupid, obtuse, or mentally defective person


English:  Little - [fr. PIE *leud "small."]
                         10: mean, narrow, or illiberal: a little mind  
                         13: contemptibly small, petty, mean, etc.,
                          or so considered: filthy little political tricks

English:  1Shrew - [
small insectivorous mammal, Old English screawa "shrew-mouse," unknown outside English, and
                          "the absence of evidence for the word between the OE. period and the 16th c is remarkable" [OED].
                           Old English scrēawa; related to Old High German scrawaz dwarf, Icelandic
                           skröggr old man, Norwegian skrugg dwarf. Perhaps from Proto-Germanic *skraw-,
                          from PIE *skreu- "to cut; cutting tool" (see shred (n.)), in reference to the shrew's pointed snout.
                          Alternative Old English word for it was scirfemus, from sceorfan "to gnaw." The meaning "peevish,
                           malignant, clamorous, spiteful, vexatious, turbulent woman" [Johnson] is late 14c., from earlier sense of
                          "spiteful person" (male or female), mid-13c., traditionally said to derive from some supposed malignant
                           influence of the animal, which was once believed to have a venomous bite and was held in superstitious
                           dread (compare beshrew). Paired with sheep from 1560s as the contrasting types of wives.]
 
                           1: any of several small, mouselike insectivores of the genus Sorex and related genera, having a long, sharp
                           snout.noun Also called shrewmouse. any small mouse-like long-snouted mammal ...
                           2: a bad-tempered or mean-spirited woman of violent temper and speech; termagant

                  Beshrew - [early 14c., "deprave, pervert, corrupt" , from be- + shrew (v.) "to curse;"
                                   see shrew. Meaning "to invoke evil upon" is from late 14c.]

English:  Dwarf - 1: a person of abnormally small stature owing to a pathological condition, especially one suffering from
                           cretinism or some other disease that produces disproportion or deformation of features and limbs  
                           2: an animal or plant much smaller than the average of its kind or species  3: (in folklore) a being in the
                           form of a small, often misshapen and ugly man

              Cretin - 1: a person suffering from cretinism  
                            2: a stupid, obtuse, or mentally defective person


German:  Spitzmaus - (lit. top mouse) - shrew
English:  Mouse - 1: any of numerous small Old World rodents ...  2: any similar small animal of various rodent ...
                             3: a quiet, timid person  4: Computers. a palm-sized, button-operated pointing device ....
                             Compare joystick  5: Informal. a swelling under the eye, caused by a blow or blows; black eye  
                             6: Slang. a girl or waman   

             Mousy - 1: resembling or suggesting a mouse, as in color or odor  2: drab and colorless  
                            3: meek; timid, shy, ineffectual  4: quiet; noiseless 5: nfested with mice
                            syn < fearful, shy, bashful, timorous >
English expression:  Are you a man or a mouse - are you a man or a boy coward


English:  Curt - [mid-14c., fr. L. curtus "cut short, mutilated, shortened, incomplete,"
                          fr. PIE base *(s)ker- "to cut" (see short).]
                       1: rudely blunt , brief or abrupt, as in speech or manner  < synonyms at gruff  >
                       2: using few words; terse  3: having been shortened
Synonyms: blunt, breviloquent, brief, brusque, churlish, compendiary, compendious, concise, crusty, gruff, imperious, laconic, offhand, peremptory, pithy, sharp, short, short and sweet, snappish, snippety, snippy, succinct, summary, tart, terse, unceremonious, uncivil, ungracious
Antonyms: ceremonious, civil, gracious, lengthy, polite

English:  Short - 1: having little length; not long 
                            2: having little height; not tall  
                            3: extending or reaching only a little way
                            4: brief in duration; not extensive in time  
                            5: brief or concise, as writing  
                            6: rudely brief; abrupt; hurting
                            7: low in amount; scanty  
                            8: not reaching a point, mark, target, or the like;
                            not long enough or far enough
                            9: below the standard in extent, quantity, duration, etc  
                          10: having a scanty or insufficient amount of
                          11: being below a necessary or desired level; lacking


English: SHORTY - 1: a person of less than average stature 
                                (sometimes used as a disparaging and offensive term of address)
                                  3: A GIRL OR WOMAN

English:  Small – [fr. O.E. smael slender, narrow, small, Ger. schmal narrow, also meagre]
               Small minded – selfish, petty, or narrow-minded
Dutch/Danish/Norwegian/Swedish:  Smal – narrow, slender, slim
English:  1Narrow – 1a: of slender width.. 
                                  2: limited in size or scope : RESTRICTED 
                                  3a: illiberal in views  or disposition : PREJUDICED  b: STINGY, NIGGARDLY
                                  4a: barely sufficient
              Narrow-minded – lacking in tolerance or breadth of vision : PETTY

English:  Petty - [1393, "small," from O.Fr. petit "small" (see petit).]  
                          1: of little or no importance or consequence, trivial; trifling; inessential:
                           2: of lesser or secondary importance, merit, etc.; minor  
                          3: having or showing narrow  ideas, interests, etc.;
                          of a narrow-minded, mean, or small-natured disposition or character 
                          4: mean or ungenerous in small or trifling things: a petty person  
                          5: showing or caused by meanness of spirit  
                          6: of secondary rank, especially in relation to others of the same class or kind


Latin:  Parvulus/parvula/parvulum – (adj) tiny; slight, petty; young  (n) childhood, infancy
           Parvus/parva/parvum – (adj) small, little, puny; short; young; brief, short (time); slight;
                               insignificant, unimportant; low, cheap  (n) a little, trifle; childhood, infancy

 
German:  klein - small 
                kleinkriegen - to cut someon down to size
                kleinlich - petty

German:  Niederlage - (lower situation) defeat
            erniedregend - humiliating, degrading
                niederträchtig - basely, base, despicable, low
 
English: Low - 12: indicating the bottom or the point farthest down:

                          13: lacking in strength, energy, or vigor; feeble; weak: to feel low and listless.
                          14: providing little nourishment or strength, as a diet
                          19: assigning or attributing little worth, value, excellence, or the like
                          20: containing a relatively small amount: a diet low in starches.
                          21:  nearing depletion; not adequately supplied: low on funds
                          22: depressed or dejected: low spirits.
                          23: far down in the scale of rank or estimation; humble: of low birth.
                          24: of inferior quality or character: a low grade of fabric; a low type of intellect.
                          25: lacking in dignity or elevation, as of thought or expression
                          26: mean, base, or disreputable: low tricks; low companions

                         
27: coarse or vulgar: entertainment of a low sort.

English:  A "low" person - person of few morals and thus insufficient knowledge

English idiom:  Dirty lowdown - dishonest or unfair; vile or despicable; contemptible.

English: To bring someone down - to bring someone to justice

English expression:  To lie low - to conceal oneself

Dutch: vernederen.- humiliate
              nederen - humble down
              neder - down
              laag -- low  

English:  Sneak - [fr. some dialectal survival of Middle English sniken "to creep, crawl,"
                            fr. Old English snīcan to creep; fr. Old Norse snīkja to hanker after,                                                                                       ultimately fr. Proto-Germanic *sneikanan, which is related to the root
                            of snake.]  v.
                          1: to go in a stealthy or furtive manner; slink; skulk
                          2 : to act in a furtive, cowardly, or underhanded way

German:   schleichen – to creep, crawl
                 schleichend – insidious, creeping disease
                 schleichen - to sneak
                 Schleicher - sneak, toady hypocrite
                  Schleichweg - illicit business   
                  beschleichen - to creep up on someone

English:  Snake - [O.E. snaca, fr. P.Gmc. *snakon fr. PIE base *snag-,*sneg- "to crawl,
                            creeping thing"(cf. O.Ir. snaighim "to creep," Lith. snake "snail," O.H.G.
                            snahhan "to creep")]
                         1: any of numerous limbless, scaly, elongate reptiles ...
                         2: a deceitful and treacherous person; an insidious enemy.
                        Compare snake in the grass.

English slang:  Snake - to scheme; to plot and plan; to steal something

GOING FURTHER DOWN
THEN THEY ALREADY ARE!
COWARDLY LITTLE SHITS
NEVER WITH THE GUTS TO TALK TO ME TO GET THE TRUTH ULTIMATELY SEALING THEIR FATE

English:  Elf – 1: a small often mischievous fairy 
                        2a: a small creature; esp. a mischievous child   
                          b: a mischievous or malicious person

English:  Fairy - [C14: from Old French faerie fairyland, from feie fairy, from Latin Fāta the Fates; see fate, 1Fay,                                          c.1300, "enchantment, magic," from O.Fr. faerie  "land of fairies, meeting of fairies,                                                             enchantment, magic," from fae "fay," from L. fata (pl.) "the Fates." In reference to a class of                                               supernatural beings, the word is not used before mid-15c. The slang meaning "effeminate male
                            homosexual" is first  recorded 1895. Fairy ring is from 1590s. Fossil sea urchins found on the
                            English downlands were called fairy loaves.]
                         1: an imaginary supernatural being, usually represented in
                          diminutive human form...
                          2: slang a male homosexual
                          3: of or relating to a fairy or fairies  
                          4: resembling a fairy or fairies, esp in being enchanted or delicate
English expression:  Away with the fairies - out of touch with reality


English:  Oaf - [1620s, auf, oph (modern form from 1630s), "a changelin g; a foolish child left by the fairies",
                          from a Scandinavian source such as Norwegian alfr "silly person," in Old Norse "elf" (see elf) 
                          Hence, "a misbegotten, deformed idiot."
]


English:  1Puck – [M.E. puke, fr. O.E. puca; akin to O.N. puki – devil] 
                              1: archaic  : a LITTLE evil spirit : demon  
                              2:  a mischievous sprite : hobgoblin :
Scots:  Pouk - miscievous sprite; puck; goblin, evil spirit
           Pouk - a small pit containing water or mud; a deep hole


Author of the SLANDEROUS False Arrest Warrant #1
Officer James Sully Sullivan

English:   Midget - [from Midge]
                Midge - 1: any of numerous minute dipterous insects ...
                               2: a tiny person
              Mental midget -


English:  Lilliputian - 1: extremely small; tiny; diminutive
                                    2: petty; trivial
                                    3: an inhabitant of Lilliput
                                    4:  a very small person
                                    5:: a person who is narrow or petty in outlook.


English:  Runt - 3:  a person who is small and contemptible: That runt causes most of the trouble 

English:  Bantam - 1: a chicken of any of several varieties or breeds characterized by very small size.
                                2: a small and feisty or quarrelsome person.
                                3: diminutive; tiny


English:  1Shrew - [
small insectivorous mammal, Old English screawa "shrew-mouse," unknown outside English, and
                          "the absence of evidence for the word between the OE. period and the 16th c is remarkable" [OED].
                           Old English scrēawa; related to Old High German scrawaz dwarf, Icelandic
                           skröggr old man, Norwegian skrugg dwarf. Perhaps from Proto-Germanic *skraw-,
                          from PIE *skreu- "to cut; cutting tool" (see shred (n.)), in reference to the shrew's pointed snout.
                          Alternative Old English word for it was scirfemus, from sceorfan "to gnaw." The meaning "peevish,
                           malignant, clamorous, spiteful, vexatious, turbulent woman" [Johnson] is late 14c., from earlier sense of
                          "spiteful person" (male or female), mid-13c., traditionally said to derive from some supposed malignant
                           influence of the animal, which was once believed to have a venomous bite and was held in superstitious
                           dread (compare beshrew). Paired with sheep from 1560s as the contrasting types of wives.]
 
                           1: any of several small, mouselike insectivores of the genus Sorex and related genera, having a long, sharp
                           snout.noun Also called shrewmouse. any small mouse-like long-snouted mammal ...
                           2: a bad-tempered or mean-spirited woman of violent temper and speech; termagant

                  Beshrew - [early 14c., "deprave, pervert, corrupt" , from be- + shrew (v.) "to curse;"
                                   see shrew. Meaning "to invoke evil upon" is from late 14c.]


English:  Dwarf - 1: a person of abnormally small stature owing to a pathological condition, especially one suffering from
                           cretinism or some other disease that produces disproportion or deformation of features and limbs  
                           2: an animal or plant much smaller than the average of its kind or species  3: (in folklore) a being in the
                           form of a small, often misshapen and ugly man

              Cretin - 1: a person suffering from cretinism  
                            2: a stupid, obtuse, or mentally defective person


English:  Descent - 1: the act, process, or fact of moving
                                from a higher to a lower position.
                             Synonyms: falling, sinking;   fall, drop.  
                              2: a downward inclination or slope.
Synonyms: decline, grade, declivity; slant.,
also decrease, drop, plunge, decline, lessening, contraction 
                             6: a sudden raid or hostile attack.
Synonyms: assault, foray; raid, incursion, sneak attack.
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German expressions:
zu kurz kommen - (to come short) not get your share
den Kürzeren ziehen - (to pull the short end) to lose
kurz und klein schlagen  - (hit short and small) to beat to a pulp

English: Mental Midget - stupid, intellectually inferior, unqualified


German:  Niederlage - (lower situation) defeat


German idiom:
Lügen haben kurtz beinen - (literally "lies have short legs")
lies come back to haunt the liar

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THIS IS BOOKING OFFICER OFFICER SHAWN WONG WON
This is the Officer I called out in a lie during Booking
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***made $180,000.00 in 2019***
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YET
NO BOOKING TAPES ARE TURNED OVER

NOT EVEN SELF-SERVING BUTCHERED VERSIONS LIKE IN OFFICER GRASSO'S ARREST.

NONE!!! DESPITE IT IS ROUTINE PROCEDURE TO RECORD ALL BOOKINGS.

I am recorded saying  "people's lives are getting destroyed ovr this shit"

WHERE ARE MY BOOKING TAPES???!!!!!!!!!!

Every Police Department records Bookings.

THEY DO NOT EXIST.
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$180,000.00 A YEAR AND ONE CAN'T PROCESS BOOKING TAPES?


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this is the Officer who reviewed and approved Officer Sullivan's Warrant
5 months after the alleged incident devoid of any evidence -
******OFFICER DAVID WOLF******
(yet again another very short cop).
**made $217,00.00 in 2019**
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COMING REAL SOON -
MORE EVIDENCE OF POLICE CORRUPTION

THE MAIN CAUSE ALLOWING FOR SO MUCH CORRUPTION.
EVIDENCE GATHERED.
HINT - IT IS VERY SHORT, VERY FAT, AND VERY UGLY
AND VERITABLY LOOKS LIKE A DEMONIC PIG
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YES THIS AMOUNT OF CORRUPTION COULD ONLY HAPPEN FROM HERE.
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THE CHIEF OF WESTPORT POLICE
OFFICER FOTI KOSKINAS
**MADE $257,000.00 IN 2017**
WHO HAS BEEN FULLY INFORMED OF ALL THE MISCONDUCT
YET NEVER THE BALLS TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT
ALL THE WHILE WATCHING MY LIFE DESTROYED.
ANOTHER VERY LITTLE AND LOW PERSON.
TYPICAL LITTLE MAN BEHAVIOR

WHO CHOSE TO COVER UP
SEALING HIS FATE
UNQUALIFIED
FALL ING
LOWER

HOW DID THIS FIRST FALSE ARREST HAPPEN?
WHO IS REALLY BEHIND THIS?
WHY?

We live in very corrupt times where one's 1st Amendment rights are being persecuted
because some sinister and increasingly vulnerable group/s cannot defend themselves
(their poisonous influences)
within the court of public opinion.
MORE TO COME ON THESE COWARDS.
THESE
insects aka in sects
WILL NOT GET AWAY WITH THEIR SLIMY TACTICS OF DOXXING INNOCENT PEOPLE!!!
ATTEMPTED THOUGHT CONTROL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE
WITHOUT THE BALLS TO REVEAL THEMSELVES.

English:  Conceal – [M.E. concelen, fr. M.Fr. conceler, fr. L. concelare, fr. com +
                                celare  to hide – more at HELL]
              Hell – [fr. O.E. hel helle nether world, abode of the dead, infernal regions, fr.
                         P.Gmc. khaljo “the underworld”, lit. “concealed place”, fr. PIE kel – to
                         cover, conceal]  
              Hide - [O.E. hydan "to hide, conceal; preserve; hide oneself; bury a corpse,"
                         fr. W.Gmc. *hudjan (cf. M.Du., M.L.G. huden), fr. PIE *keudh- (cf.
                         Gk. keuthein "to hide, conceal"), fr. root *(s)keu- "to cover, conceal"]  
 

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But as for you, you meant evil against me; but God meant it for good, in order to bring it about as it is this day, to save many people alive.
Genesis 50:20

German:  Gottesurteil - (literally God's judgement) an ordeal

German:
wahr – true
wahren – uphold


Ä
Alpha
Rectitude
Having Stature

Pyramid Power
Upright - Honest
Being a Stand Up Man
On the Up and Up - Honest

German idiom:  auf der Höhe sein - (to be on the height) to be in fine form, be fit
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