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  • 21Latin mnemonics — A Latin mnemonic verse or mnemonic rhyme is a mnemonic device for teaching and remembering Latin grammar. Such mnemonics have been considered by teachers to be an effective technique for schoolchildren to learn the complex rules of Latin… …

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  • 22Leon Kellner — (* 17. April 1859 in Tarnów, Galizien; † 5. Dezember 1928 in Wien; Pseudonym: Leo Rafaels) war ein österreichischer Anglist, Zionist, Literaturhistoriker und Volksbildner. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 1.1 Kindheit, Jugend und Studium …

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  • 23Cheever, Ezekiel — ▪ American colonial educator born Jan. 25, 1615, London, Eng. died Aug. 21, 1708, Boston, Mass. [U.S.]       a leading schoolmaster in colonial British America.       Cheever was the son of a weaver and was educated at Christ s Hospital in London …

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  • 24grammar — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Mode of speaking and writing Nouns 1. grammar; accidence, syntax, analysis, synopsis, praxis, punctuation, syllabi[fi]cation; agreement. See speech, language, writing. 2. a. part of speech; participle;… …

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  • 25LINGUISTIC LITERATURE, HEBREW — This article is arranged according to the following outline: introduction foreword the beginning of linguistic literature linguistic literature and its background the development of linguistic literature Foreword: A Well Defined Unit the four… …

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  • 26inflection — noun Date: 1531 1. the act or result of curving or bending ; bend 2. change in pitch or loudness of the voice 3. a. the change of form that words undergo to mark such distinctions as those of case, gender, number, tense, person, mood, or voice b …

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  • 27Koine Greek — Koine redirects here. For other uses, see Koine (disambiguation). History of the Greek language (see also: Greek alphabet) …

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  • 28Stock character — A stock character is one which relies heavily on cultural types or names for his or her personality, manner of speech, and other characteristics. In their most general form, stock characters are related to literary archetypes, but they are often… …

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  • 29Lanfranc — Infobox Archbishop of Canterbury Full name = Lanfranc birth name = Lanfranc began=unknown consecration = August 15, 1070 term end = May 24, 1089 predecessor = Stigand successor = Anselm of Canterbury birth date = death date = May 24, 1089 tomb =… …

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  • 30John Smith of Jamestown — Captain Sir John Smith (c. January 1580–June 21 1631) Admiral of New England was an English soldier, sailor, and author. He is remembered for his role in establishing the first permanent English settlement in North America at Jamestown, Virginia …

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  • 31William Lilye — William Lilye, or Lily (c. 1468 ndash; 25 February, 1522) was an English classical grammarian and scholar. He was an author of the most widely used Latin grammar textbook in England and was the first headmaster of St Paul s School,… …

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  • 32The Crucible — Infobox Play name = The Crucible image size = 170px caption = writer = Arthur Miller characters = Abigail Williams Reverend John Hale Reverend Samuel Parris John Proctor Elizabeth Proctor Thomas Danforth Mary Warren setting = rafeal house… …

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  • 33William Gunion Rutherford — (17 July, 1853 ndash; 19 July, 1907) was a Scottish scholar.He was born in Peeblesshire and educated at St Andrews and Oxford, where he graduated in natural science, with a view to following the medical profession, which he abandoned in favour of …

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  • 34Gervase Markham — For Mozilla Foundation employee, see Gervase Markham (programmer). Gervase (or Jervis) Markham (ca. 1568 – February 3, 1637) was an English poet and writer, best known for his work The English Huswife, Containing the Inward and Outward Virtues… …

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  • 35List of fictional books — A fictional book is a non existent book created specifically for (i.e. within) a work of fiction. This is not a list of works of fiction (i.e., actual novels, mysteries, etc), but rather imaginary books that do not actually exist.UsesSuch a book… …

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  • 36Caleb Bingham — (1757 1817) was a textbook author of late 18th century New England, whose works were also influential into the 19th and 20th. Among his most influential works were books on oratory, or public speaking. A native of Salisbury, Connecticut, he spent …

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  • 37Richard Morris (philology) — Richard Morris (September 8, 1833 ndash; May 12, 1894), was an English philologist.Morris was born in London. In 1871 he was ordained in the Church of England, and from 1875 1888 was head master of the Royal Masonic Institution for Boys, near… …

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  • 38Iota subscript — (Ancient Greek: Polytonic|ὑπογεγραμμένη) in Greek polytonic orthography is a way of writing the letter iota as a small vertical stroke beneath a vowel. It was used in the so called long diphthongs in Ancient Greek, that is, diphthongs of which… …

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  • 39Robert Whittington — (also called Robert Wittinton) (c. 1480 ndash;c. 1553) was an English grammarian. He was a pupil of the grammarian John Stanbridge.About 1519 he presented Cardinal Wolsey with a verse and a prose treatise, with a dedication requesting patronage.… …

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  • 40Namarupa — Translations of Nāmarūpa Sanskrit: Nāmarūpa …

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