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  • 41Nope — emphatic form of no …

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  • 42categoric objection — emphatic protest, absolute opposition, unequivocal disapproval …

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  • 43fact of the matter is — emphatic the truth is; the most important thing is …

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  • 44fact of the matter is that — emphatic the truth is; the most important thing is …

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  • 45Arabic language — Arabic redirects here. For other uses, see Arabic (disambiguation). For the literary standard, see Modern Standard Arabic. For vernaculars, see varieties of Arabic. For others, see Arabic languages. Arabic العربية/عربي/عربى al ʿarabiyyah/ʿarabī …

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  • 46Varieties of Arabic — For the historical family of dialects, see Arabic languages. Different dialects of Arabic in the Arab world The Arabic language is a Semitic language characterized by a wide number of linguistic varieties within its five regional forms. The… …

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  • 47Moroccan Arabic — مغربي Maġribi Pronunciation [mɑɣribi] Spoken in Morocco Native speakers 21 million  (1995) …

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  • 48Aramaic language — Not to be confused with the Amharic language. For the people, see Aramaeans. Aramaic Arāmît Pronunciation [arɑmiθ], [arɑmit], [ɑrɑmɑjɑ], [ɔrɔmɔjɔ] Spoken in Ir …

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  • 49Egyptian Arabic — Masri redirects here. For other uses, see Masri (disambiguation). Egyptian Arabic اللغة المصرية العامية Pronunciation [elˈloɣæ l.mɑsˤˈɾejjɑ l.ʕæmˈmejjæ] Spoken in Egypt …

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  • 50Semitic languages — Family of Afro Asiatic languages spoken in northern Africa and South Asia. No other language family has been attested in writing over a greater time span from the late 3rd millennium BC to the present. Both traditional and some recent… …

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  • 51Syriac language — This article is about the Classical Syriac language. For contemporary Syriac dialects, see Northeastern Neo Aramaic. For other uses, see Syriac (disambiguation). Syriac ܠܫܢܐ ܣܘܪܝܝܐ Leššānā Suryāyā …

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  • 52Arabic phonology — While many languages have numerous dialects that differ in pronunciation, the Arabic language is more properly described as a collection of different varieties or Macrolanguage. [Harvcoltxt|Kirchhoff|Vergyri|2005|p=38] This article deals… …

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  • 53Tongan language — Infobox Language name=Tongan nativename=lea faka Tonga states=Tonga, also American Samoa, Australia, Canada, Fiji, New Zealand, Niue, USA, Vanuatu speakers=105,319 (as of 1998) familycolor=Austronesian fam2=Malayo Polynesian fam3=Central Eastern… …

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  • 54Ottawa oral literature and texts — Main article: Ottawa language Traditional Ottawa stories fall into two general categories, aasookaan legend, sacred story (plural aasookaanag)[1] and dbaajmowin narrative, story (plural dbaajmownan).[2] Stories in the aasookaan category involve… …

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  • 55Kansai dialect — A label in Kansai ben. The advertisement, Iwashi o tabena akan!, translates as You must eat sardines! …

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  • 56Delaware languages — Delaware Spoken in United States, in modern times Canada Region Around the lower Delaware and Hudson rivers in the United States; one or two Munsee speakers in Canada; Unami groups in Oklahoma Native speakers …

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  • 57Colloquial Welsh morphology — The morphology of the Welsh language shows many characteristics perhaps unfamiliar to speakers of English or continental European languages like French or German, but has much in common with the other modern Insular Celtic languages: Irish,… …

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  • 58Egyptian language — Infobox Language name=Egyptian nativename= transl|egy|r n km.t r:Z1 n km m t:O49 region=Ancient Egypt extinct=evolved into Demotic by 600 BC, into Coptic by AD 200, and was extinct (not spoken as a day to day language) by the 17th century. It… …

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  • 59Classical Arabic — Spoken in Historically in the Middle East, now used as a liturgical language of Islam Language family Afro Asiatic Semitic Central Semitic …

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  • 60Spanish pronouns — Spanish language …

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