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  • 41Daniele Amfitheatrof — Daniel Alexandrovitch Amphithéatrov (en russe Даниил Александрович Амфитеатров) italianisé en Daniele Amfitheatrof est un compositeur, principalement de musique de film, d origine russe, né le 29 octobre 1901 à Saint Pétersbourg (Russie), et… …

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  • 42Trifle — Trifle. Ilustraciones realizadas por Isabella Beeton en su libro Mrs Beeton s Book of House …

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  • 43fuss — fusser, n. /fus/, n. 1. an excessive display of anxious attention or activity; needless or useless bustle: They made a fuss over the new baby. 2. an argument or noisy dispute: They had a fuss about who should wash dishes. 3. a complaint or… …

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  • 44out — /owt/, adv. 1. away from, or not in, the normal or usual place, position, state, etc.: out of alphabetical order; to go out to dinner. 2. away from one s home, country, work, etc., as specified: to go out of town. 3. in or into the outdoors: to… …

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  • 45Dorian Holley — Genres R B, soul, pop Occupations Singer, backing vocalist, vocal coach, vocalist for The Tonight Show Band Years active 1987–present Website …

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  • 46Marginal Prince — マージナルプリンス 月桂樹の王子達 (Mājinaru Purinsu Gekkeiju no Ōji tachi) Genre Slice of life, Comedy, Musical, Romance TV anime …

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  • 47Charlotte Dacre — (* 1771 oder 1772 als Charlotte King; † 7. November 1825 in London als Charlotte Byrne) war eine britische Schriftstellerin. Sie schrieb auch unter dem Namen Rosa Matilda. Bekannt wurde sie durch ihre Gothic Novels. Charlotte Dacre war die… …

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  • 48Susan Glaspell — Susan Keating Glaspell (* 1. Juli 1876 (nach anderen Angaben 1882) in Davenport, Iowa; † 27. Juli 1948 in Provincetown, Massachusetts) war eine US amerikanische Romanautorin und Dramatikerin, die für ihr Theaterstück Allison’s House 1931 den… …

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  • 49de minimis non curat lex — de minimis non cu·rat lex / nän kyu̇r ət leks, nȯn kü rät / n [New Latin, the law does not concern itself with trifles]: the principle that the law is not concerned with insignificant or minor matters Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam …

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  • 50Canzoniere — (Rime sparse, Rerum vulgarium fragmenta)    by Francis Petrarch (ca. 1330–1374)    Although PETRARCH assumed that his great lasting fame would come from his works in Latin, in particular his epic Africa on the exploits of his favorite hero,… …

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  • 51Map, Walter — (ca. 1140–ca. 1210)     Walter Map was a courtier and writer, a favorite in the English court of HENRY II, whose best known work, De nugis curialium (Courtiers’ Trifles), is a witty, entertaining, and often satirical collection of miscellaneous… …

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  • 52fritter away — v. (D; tr.) to fritter away on (to fritter away one s time away on trifles) * * * [ frɪtə(r)ə weɪ] (D; tr.) to fritter away on (to fritter away one s time away on trifles) …

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  • 53quibble — I n. a minor quibble II v. (D; intr.) to quibble about, over; with (to quibble about trifles) * * * [ kwɪb(ə)l] over with (to quibble about trifles) (D; intr.) to quibble about a minor quibble …

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  • 54worry — I n. 1) to cause worry 2) deep, serious worry 3) financial worries 4) worry about, over II v. 1) (D; intr.) to worry about, over (they worry about you; I worried about them working so hard; to worry over trifles) 2) (R) it worried me that they… …

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  • 55wrought up — adj. upset wrought up over (he gets wrought up over trifles) * * * [ upset ] wrought up over (he gets wrought up over trifles) …

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  • 56Resolution — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Resolution >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 determination determination will Sgm: N 1 iron will iron will unconquerable will Sgm: N 1 will of one s own will of one s own decision resolution Sgm: N 1 backbone backbone …

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  • 57Unimportance — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Unimportance >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 unimportance unimportance insignificance nothingness immateriality GRP: N 2 Sgm: N 2 triviality triviality levity frivolity Sgm: N 2 paltriness paltriness …

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  • 58trifle — [[t]tra͟ɪf(ə)l[/t]] trifles, trifling, trifled 1) PHRASE: PHR adj/adv/prep (vagueness) You can use a trifle to mean slightly or to a small extent, especially in order make something you say seem less extreme. As a photographer, he d found both… …

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  • 59fuss — I. n. Ado, bustle, fidget, hurry, worry, flurry, stir, excitement, agitation, to do, pucker (colloq.), much ado about trifles or about nothing. II. v. n. 1. Bustle, be in a fidget, make much ado about trifles or about nothing, be in a stew or… …

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  • 60quiddle — I. v. n. Dawdle, waste time in trifles, be busy about trifles. II. n.; (also quiddler) Trifler, dawdler …

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