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  • 121Sentence spacing — Double sentence spaced typewriter text (1946) vs. single sentence spaced typeset text (1979) Sentence spacing is the horizontal space between sentences in typeset text. It is a matter of typographical convention …

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  • 122GENIZAH, CAIRO — Introduction The term genizah is a word shortened from the rabbinical Hebrew phrase bet genizah (see also genizah ). Its counterpart in late biblical Hebrew is genez (pl. genazim, ginzei) which in Esther evidently means a treasury, as well as the …

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  • 123Old English — For other uses, see Old English (disambiguation). Old English Ænglisc, Anglisc, Englisc Spoken in England (except the extreme southwest and northwest), parts of modern Scotland south east of the Forth, and the eastern fringes of modern Wales …

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  • 124Baruch Spinoza — Infobox Philosopher region = Western Philosophy era = 17th century philosophy color = #B0C4DE| image size = 200px image caption = name = Baruch de Spinoza birth = November 24, 1632 (Amsterdam, Netherlands) death = February 21, 1677 (The Hague,… …

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  • 125Telugu language — Telugu తెలుగు Spoken in India Region Andhra Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Orissa, Tamil Nadu, Yanam …

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  • 126History of linguistics — Linguistics as a study endeavors to describe and explain the human faculty of language.Historically, linguistic study was motivated by the correct description of a liturgical language, notably that of Sanskrit grammar by IAST|Pāṇini (fl. 4th… …

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  • 127Sindarin — Eglathrin Created by J. R. R. Tolkien Date created c. 1915 – 1973 Setting and usage The fictional world of Middle earth Users …

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  • 128Talmud — • A post Biblical substantive formation of Pi el ( to teach ), and originally signified doctrine or study Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Talmud     Talmud      …

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  • 129Leone Battista Alberti — Childhood and educationAn Italian humanist, Alberti is often seen as a model of the Renaissance universal man. He was born in Genoa, one of two illegitimate sons of a wealthy Florentine merchant, Lorenzo Alberti. Leon s mother, Bianca Fieschi,… …

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  • 130Romanian philosophy — is a name covering either a) the philosophy done in Romania or by Romanians, or b) an ethnic philosophy, which expresses at a high level the fundamental features of the Romanian spirituality, or which elevates to a philosophical level the… …

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  • 131From the beginnings to Avicenna — Jean Jolivet INTRODUCTION Arabic philosophy began at the turn of the second and third centuries of the Hegira, roughly the ninth and tenth centuries AD. The place and the time are important. It was in 133/750 that the ‘Abbāssid dynasty came to… …

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  • 132MATHEMATICS — Bible The Bible does not deal directly with proper mathematical subjects; however there are some parts that do relate indirectly to different mathematical topics. These are widely discussed by the various commentators on the Bible and Talmud: the …

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  • 133Charles Babbage — in 1860 Born 26 December 1791( …

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  • 134John Calvin — Barcelona, Spain (1554) Born Jean Cauvin 10 July 1509(1509 07 10) Noyon, Picardy, Kingdom of France …

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  • 135Arabic literature — (Arabic: الأدب العربي Al Adab Al Arabi ) is the writing produced, both prose and poetry, by speakers (not necessarily native speakers) of the Arabic language. It does not usually include works written using the Arabic alphabet but not in the… …

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  • 136Rasmus Christian Rask — Rasmus (Christian) Rask (Danish pronunciation: [ˈʁɑsmus ˈʁɑsɡ]) (22 November 1787, Brændekilde on the Danish island of Funen 14 November 1832, Copenhagen) was a Danish scholar and philologist …

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  • 137Multitude — is a political term first used by Machiavelli and reiterated by Spinoza. Recently the term has returned to prominence because of its conceptualization as a new model of resistance against the global capitalist system as described by political… …

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  • 138Gasparinus de Bergamo — (in Italian, Gasparino (da) Barizizza or Gasparino (da) Barzizza; in French, Gasparin de Pergame; in Latin, Gasparinus Barzizius Pergamensis) (c. 1360 ndash; c. 1431) was an Italian grammarian and teacher noted for introducing a new style of… …

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  • 139India–Iran relations — Relations between India and Iran date back to the common prehistoric Indo Iranian heritage (which connects all of Greater Persia and Greater India) and the Indo Parthian and Indo Scythian kingdoms of antiquity to the strongly Persianized Islamic… …

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  • 140Vijayanagara Empire Literature — The rule of Vijayanagara Empire was a golden age of literature in South India, in general. The rulers patronised Kannada, Telugu and Sanskrit and Tamil scholars who wrote in the Jain, Virashaiva and Vaishnava traditions. The period produced… …

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