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  • 1422C-E — Chembox new ImageFile1 = 2C E.svg ImageSize1 = 180px ImageFileL2 = 2C E 3d sticks.png ImageSizeL2 = 100px ImageFileR2 = 2C E animation.gif ImageSizeR2 = 125px IUPACName = 1 (2,5 Dimethoxy 4 ethylphenyl) 2 aminoethane OtherNames = 2,5 Dimethoxy 4… …

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  • 143Lincoln City F.C. — Football club infobox clubname = Lincoln City fullname = Lincoln City Football Club nickname = The Imps / The Red Imps | founded = 1884 ground = Sincil Bank Lincoln capacity = 10,127 chairman = Steff Wright mgrtitle = Manager manager =… …

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  • 144Venetian language — infobox language name=Venetian nativename=Vèneto states=Italy, Croatia, Slovenia, Brazil (States of Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina under the name of Taliàn with influence of Portuguese and some other Northern Italian languages), Mexico (in… …

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  • 145Portuguese grammar — Portuguese grammar, the morphology and syntax of the Portuguese language, is similar to the grammar of most other Romance languages especially Galician and the other languages of Iberian Peninsula. It is a synthetic, fusional language. Nouns,… …

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  • 146Perpetual virginity of Mary — The Vladimir Eleusa icon of the Ever Virgin Mary. The Aeiparthenos (Ever Virgin) title is widely used in Eastern Orthodox liturgy.[1] The doctrine of the perpetual virginity of Mary, expresses the Virgin Mary s real and perpetual virginity even… …

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  • 147Tashelhiyt language — language name=Tashelhiyt nativename=تَشْلْحِيت unicode|Tašlḥiyt familycolor=Afro Asiatic states=Morocco region=Southern Morocco, Atlas, Sous plains and Anti Atlas speakers=Between 8 and 10 million (Stroomer) fam2=Berber fam3=Northern fam4=Atlas… …

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  • 148Tlingit language — language name=Tlingit nativename=Lingít pronunciation=/ɬɪŋkɪt/ familycolor=Dené Yeniseian fam2=Na Dené states=USA, Canada region=Alaska, British Columbia, Yukon, Washington speakers=845 (Krauss 1995) script=Latin (Tlingit variant)… …

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  • 149Sephardi Hebrew — is the pronunciation system for Biblical Hebrew favored for liturgical use by Sephardi Jewish practice. Its phonology was influenced by contact languages such as Ladino, Portuguese, Dutch and Arabic. Phonology of Sephardi Hebrew There is some… …

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  • 150Mizrahi Hebrew — or Oriental Hebrew refers to any of the pronunciation systems for Biblical Hebrew used liturgically by Mizrahi Jews, that is, Jews originating in Arab countries or further east, and with a background of Arabic, Persian, Turkish, or other… …

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  • 151Bruno (character) — Infobox character | name = Bruno first = Paramount Comedy Channel sketches last = cause = name = Bruno real name = brun alias = gender = Male age = 30s occupation = Fashionpolizei, Interviewer for Austrian Gay TV title = family = spouse =… …

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  • 152Early Modern English — Infobox Language name=Early Modern English nativename=English familycolor=Indo European region=England, southern Scotland and British colonies extinct=developed into Modern English fam2=Germanic fam3=West Germanic fam4=Anglo Frisian fam5=Anglic… …

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  • 153Tabbouleh — ( ar. تبولة; also tabouleh or tabouli) is a Levantine Arab dish, [Sami Zubaida, National, Communal and Global Dimensions in Middle Eastern Food Cultures in Sami Zubaida and Richard Tapper, A Taste of Thyme: Culinary Cultures of the Middle East ,… …

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  • 154Emphasis — The etymological origin of emphasis is from the Greek εν(εμ)+ φαίνομαι {em +fenome} aning : to accent the appearance, to underline, to put in bold, make something more significant or important.The word emphasis, in addition to its main dictionary …

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  • 155Neo-Mandaic — Mandāyí, Raṭnā Pronunciation [mændɔːˈji], [rætˤnɔ] Spoken in Iran, Iraq (extinct) Native speakers ca. 500 …

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  • 156New Covenant — This article is about the theological concept of the New Covenant. For other uses, see New Covenant (disambiguation). Christianity teaches that Jesus is the mediator of the New Covenant.[1] His famous Sermon on the Mount representing Mount Zion ( …

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  • 157Modal verb — A modal verb (also modal, modal auxiliary verb, modal auxiliary) is a type of auxiliary verb that is used to indicate modality that is, likelihood, ability, permission, and obligation.[1]:p.33 The use of auxiliary verbs to express modality is… …

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  • 158French personal pronouns — The French personal pronouns (analogous to English I , me , you , and so on) reflect the person and number of their referent, and in the case of the third person, its gender as well (much like English s distinction between him and her , except… …

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  • 159Slovene punctuation — Punctuation marks are one or two part graphical marks used in writing, denoting tonal progress, pauses, sentence type (syntactic use), abbreviations, et cetera.Marks used in Slovene include full stops (.), question marks (?), exclamation marks… …

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  • 160Harmonium (poetry collection) — Harmonium is a book of poetry by U.S. poet Wallace Stevens. His first book, it was published in 1923 by Knopf in an edition of 1500 copies. He was in middle age at that time, forty four years old. The collection comprises 85 poems, ranging in… …

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