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  • 123that — I. pronoun (plural those) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English thæt, neuter demonstrative pronoun & definite article; akin to Old High German daz, neuter demonstrative pronoun & definite article, Greek to, Latin istud, neuter demonstrative …

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  • 124Bulgarian language — Not to be confused with Bulgar language. Bulgarian Български език Bălgarski ezik Spoken in Bulgaria, Turkey, Serbia, Greece, Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Albania, Kosovo, Repub …

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  • 125Denver Broncos — Current season Established 1960 Play in Sports Authority Field at Mile High Denver, Colorado Headquartered in the Paul D. Bowlen Memorial Centre Dove Valley, Colorado …

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  • 126Essay — An essay is usually a short piece of writing. It is often written from an author s personal point of view. Essays can be literary criticism, political manifestos, learned arguments, observations of daily life, recollections, and reflections of… …

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  • 127Hiberno-English — (also known as Irish English[1]) is the dialect of English written and spoken in Ireland (Hibernia).[2] English was first brought to Ireland during the Norman invasion of the late 12th century. Initially it was mainly spoken in an area known as… …

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  • 128Hangul — For other uses, see Hangul (disambiguation). Hangul 한글 Type …

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  • 129Luxembourgish language — Infobox Language name=Luxembourgish nativename=Lëtzebuergesch pronunciation= lətsəbuərjəʃ states=Luxembourg, Belgium, France, Germany region=Europe speakers=300,000 familycolor=Indo European fam2=Germanic fam3=West fam4=High German languages fam5 …

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  • 130Nominative case — The nominative case (abbreviated nom) is one of the grammatical cases of a noun or other part of speech, which generally marks the subject of a verb or the predicate noun or predicate adjective, as opposed to its object or other verb arguments.… …

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  • 131Press Gang — This article is about the British television series Press Gang. For the old military practice of pressing men into service, see Impressment. Infobox television show name = Press Gang caption = Opening titles genre = Comedy Drama camera = Single… …

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  • 132Jews for Jesus — is a Christian [ * During my time with the mission, I found Jews for Jesus to be a Christian ministry (or Messianic, if you prefer) with a passion for the good news about Jesus... Pastor Lev Leigh. Hope Baptist Church. Richmond, CA (… …

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  • 133Ge'ez language — Infobox Language name=Ge ez nativename=Unicode|ግዕዝ transl|sem|Gəʿəz Ethiopic pronunciation= [ɡɨʕɨz] states=Ethiopia, Eritrea and Israel extinct=Extinct [GEE] ] by the 13th centuryFact|date=February 2007, remains in use as a liturgical language No …

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  • 134New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures — New World Translation …

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  • 135Chabad — For other uses of Chabad , see Chabad (disambiguation). Part of a series on Chabad Re …

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  • 136Double negative — This article is about the linguistic construct. For other uses, see Double Negative (disambiguation). A double negative occurs when two forms of negation are used in the same sentence. Multiple negation is the more general term referring to the… …

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  • 137Pirahã language — Pirahã xapaitíiso Pronunciation [ʔàpài̯ˈt͡ʃîːsò] Spoken in Brazil Region Amazon River …

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  • 138List of English words with disputed usage — Some English words are often used in ways that are contentious between writers on usage and prescriptive commentators. The contentious usages are especially common in spoken English. While in some circles the usages below may make the speaker… …

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  • 139Exclamation — may refer to:* Exclamation mark, the punctuation mark ! * Exclamation, an emphatic sentence * Exclamation, an emphatic interjection * Exclamation, a statement against penal interest in criminal law …

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  • 140Phoenician language — Phoenician was a language originally spoken in the coastal region then called Pūt in Ancient Egyptian, Canaan in Phoenician, Hebrew, and Aramaic, and Phoenicia in Greek and Latin. Phoenician is a Semitic language of the Canaanite subgroup; its… …

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