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  • 41Middle Scots — Scots language History …

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  • 42Evelyn Abbott — (March 10, 1843–September 3, 1901) was an English classical scholar, born at Epperstone, Nottinghamshire. He was educated at Balliol College, Oxford, where he excelled both academically and in sports, winning the Gaisford Prize for Greek Verse in …

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  • 43Lucy Maria Misora — General CVG character width= name= Ruko Kireinasora (Lucy Maria Misora) caption= series= ToHeart2 firstgame= ToHeart2 creator= artist= voiceactor= Rio Natsuki japanactor= motionactor= inuniverse= Ruko Kireinasora (and later, Lucy Maria Misora) is …

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  • 44Alan S C Ross — See also Alan John RossAlan Strode Campbell Ross (1 February 1907 23 September 1980) was a British academic specialising in linguistics. He is best remembered as the ultimate source and inspiration for Nancy Mitford s U and non U forms of… …

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  • 452nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery — Infobox Military Unit unit name= 2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery dates= November 23, 1863 to August 18, 1865 country= United States allegiance= Union branch= Heavy Artillery equipment= battles= Battle of Cold Harbor Battle of Opequon Battle of… …

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  • 46Ssaurabi — (싸울아비) is a Modern Korean compound which literally means a father who is to fight. In South Korea, it is a popular false etymology of Japanese samurai along with samurang .Fact|date=June 2008It is not clear when this term was coined. Its earliest …

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  • 47History of primitive and non-Western trumpets — The chromatic trumpet of Western tradition is a fairly recent invention, but primitive trumpets of one form or another have been in existence for millennia; some of the predecessors of the modern instrument are now known to date back to the… …

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  • 48Thomas Holley Chivers — Infobox Writer name = Thomas Holley Chivers caption = birthdate = birth date|1807|10|18|mf=y birthplace = Washington, Georgia, United States deathdate = death date and age|1858|12|18|1807|10|18 deathplace = Decatur, Georgia occupation = Doctor… …

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  • 49Edward Anwyl — Sir Edward Anwyl (August 5 1866 ndash; August 8 1914), was a Welsh academic, specializing in the Celtic languages.Anwyl was born in Chester, England, and educated at the King s School, Chester. He went on to study at Oriel College, Oxford, and… …

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  • 50Corfiot Italians — Venetian blazons as frequently found on the New Fortress walls of Corfu …

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  • 51Julius Caesar Ibbetson — (29 December 1759 ndash; 13 October 1817) was a British 18th century landscape and watercolor painter.Early life and educationIbbetson was born at Farnley Moor, Leeds. He was the second child of Richard Ibbetson, a clothier from Yorkshire.… …

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  • 52John Stanbridge — (1463 1510) was a grammarian and schoolmaster.In 1480 he went to New College, Oxford and stayed until 1486, when he joined the staff of the newly founded Magdalen College School, founded by William Waynflete. Stanbridge became headmaster in 1488 …

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  • 53Peter Kane Dufault — (1923, New Jersey) is an American poet.He has been writing poetry for almost sixty years. Raised in New York, he graduated from Harvard University and served as a bomber pilot during World War II. In 1968 he ran for Congress in Columbia County,… …

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  • 54Моррис Ричард — (Morris, род. в 1833 г.) англ. филолог; написал: The etymology of local names (1857), Specimens of early English (1867 82), Historical outlines of English accidence (1872), Elementary lessons in historical English grammar (1874) и др …

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  • 55Lallans — Robert Burns schrieb seine Lyrik in Scots Mit dem Begriff (Lowland) Scots (auch „Lallans“) wird eine Sprache oder eine Reihe von Dialekten bezeichnet, die in Schottland im Tiefland – nicht jedoch im (ehemaligen) gälischen Sprachgebiet der… …

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  • 56Lowland Scots — Robert Burns schrieb seine Lyrik in Scots Mit dem Begriff (Lowland) Scots (auch „Lallans“) wird eine Sprache oder eine Reihe von Dialekten bezeichnet, die in Schottland im Tiefland – nicht jedoch im (ehemaligen) gälischen Sprachgebiet der… …

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  • 57Scots — (Scots, Lallans) Gesprochen in Schottland, Nordirland (Ulster Scots) Sprecher 1,5 Millionen Linguistische Klassifikation Indogermanische Sprachen Germanische Sprachen …

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  • 58Cymraeg — Gallois Pour les articles homonymes, voir Gallois (homonymie). Gallois Cymraeg Parlée au Pays de Galles, Argentine, Angleterre Nombre de locuteurs plus de 733 000 Typologie …

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  • 59Gallois — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Gallois (homonymie). Gallois Cymraeg Parlée au   …

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  • 60Galloisant — Gallois Pour les articles homonymes, voir Gallois (homonymie). Gallois Cymraeg Parlée au Pays de Galles, Argentine, Angleterre Nombre de locuteurs plus de 733 000 Typologie …

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