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  • 161TIBBON, IBN — (Tibbonids), a family of translators, philosophers, and exegetes, based in southern France ( Provence, the Midi, Occitania). JUDAH B. SAUL IBN TIBBON (c. 1120–1190), called the father of translators, was born in Granada, but fled (most likely due …

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  • 162Dravidian languages — For other uses, see Dravidian (disambiguation). Dravidian Geographic distribution: South Asia Linguistic classification: Dravidian Proto language: Proto Dravidian Subdivisions: Northern Cen …

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  • 163Robert Lowth — FRS (27 November, 1710 ndash; 3 November, 1787) was a Bishop of the Church of England, a professor of poetry at Oxford University and the author of one of the most influential textbooks of English grammar.Lowth was born in Hampshire, England, the …

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  • 164William Whewell — Infobox Scientist name = William Whewell box width = 300px image width = caption = William Whewell (1794 1866) birth date = birth date|1794|05|24 birth place = Lancaster, Lancashire, England death date = death date and age|1866|03|06|1794|05|24… …

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  • 165Tamil literature — refers to the literature in the Tamil language. Tamil literature has a rich and long literary tradition spanning more than two thousand years. The oldest extant works show signs of maturity indicating an even longer period of evolution.… …

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  • 166Cassius Longinus (philosopher) — For the anonymous author of the treatise, On the Sublime, see Longinus (literature). Part of a series on …

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  • 167Italian literature — is literature written in the Italian language, particularly within Italy. It may also refer to literature written by Italians or in Italy in other languages spoken in Italy, often languages that are closely related to modern Italian. Early… …

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  • 168Inventions in medieval Islam — A significant number of inventions were developed in the medieval Islamic world, a geopolitical region that has at various times extended from Al Andalus and Africa in the west to the Indian subcontinent and Malay Archipelago in the east.… …

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  • 169Indo-Aryan languages — or Indic languages Major subgroup of the Indo Iranian branch of the Indo European language family. Indo Aryan languages are spoken by more than 800 million people, principally in India, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. The Old Indo… …

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  • 170Alcuin — • Lengthy article on the educator, scholar, theologian, liturgist, who died in 804 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Alcuin     Alcuin      …

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  • 171Joseph Priestley — (13 March 1733 (Old Style) – 6 February 1804) was an 18th century British theologian, Dissenting clergyman, natural philosopher, educator, and political theorist who published over 150 works. He is usually credited with the discovery of oxygen,… …

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  • 172Medieval Latin — Carmina Cantabrigiensia, Medieval Latin manuscript Spoken in Numerous small states Region …

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  • 173Standard Spanish — or neutral Spanish is a linguistic variety, or lect, that is considered a correct educated standard for the Spanish language. Standard Spanish is not merely Spanish adjusted to fit in prescriptive molds dictated by a linguistic overseeing… …

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  • 174Mahābhāṣya — The Mahābhāṣya (Sanskrit: महाभाष्य, IPA: [məɦɑːbʱɑːʂjə], great commentary), attributed to Patañjali, is a commentary on selected rules of Sanskrit grammar from Pāṇini s treatise, the Ashtadhyayi, as well as Kātyāyana s Varttika, an… …

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  • 175Literature in the Hoysala Empire — The Hoysala Empire (1025 ndash;1343), in what is now southern India, produced a large body of literature in the Kannada and Sanskrit languages.Kamath (2001), p. 132] The empire was established by Nripa Kama II, came into political prominence… …

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  • 176Nagavarma II — was a Kannada language scholar and grammarian of the 11th or 12th century Western Chalukya court centred in Basavakalyan, modern Karnataka state, India. He was the earliest among the three most notable and authoritative grammarians of Old Kannada …

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  • 177John Holmes (schoolmaster) — John Holmes (born 1703, died Holt, Norfolk, 22 December 1760), was an 18th century schoolmaster and writer on education, Master of Gresham s School in Norfolk. LifeHolmes is described in a 1729 broadsheet of his Latin verses as ex schola… …

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  • 178automata theory — Body of physical and logical principles underlying the operation of any electromechanical device (an automaton) that converts information input in one form into another, or into some action, according to an algorithm. Norbert Wiener and Alan M.… …

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  • 179Old Norse morphology — This article is part of a series on: Old Norse Dialects …

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  • 180Vyakarana — The Sanskrit grammatical tradition of IAST|vyākaraṇa is one of the six Vedanga disciplines. It has its roots in late Vedic India, and includes the famous work, IAST| Aṣṭādhyāyī , of Pāṇini (ca. 4th century BCE).The impetus for linguistic analysis …

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