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  • 81 GENIZAH, CAIRO — Introduction The term genizah is a word shortened from the rabbinical Hebrew phrase bet genizah (see also genizah ). Its counterpart in late biblical Hebrew is genez (pl. genazim, ginzei) which in Esther evidently means a treasury, as well as the …

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  • 82 Japanese language — Japanese 日本語 Nihongo Nihongo (Japanese) in Japanese script Pronunciation …

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  • 83 English as a Foreign or Second Language — ESL (English as a second language), ESOL (English for speakers of other languages), and EFL (English as a foreign language) all refer to the use or study of English by speakers with a different native language. The precise usage, including the… …

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  • 84 Hebrew grammar — is the grammar of the Hebrew language Contents 1 History of studies in Hebrew grammar 2 Eras 3 See also 4 References …

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  • 85 Interlingua — Not to be confused with Interlingue or Interlanguage. This article is about the auxiliary language created by the International Auxiliary Language Association. For other uses, see Interlingua (disambiguation). Interlingua Pronunciation… …

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  • 86 Plato's Problem — is the term given by Noam Chomsky to the gap between knowledge and experience. It presents the question of how we account for our knowledge when environmental conditions seem to be an insufficient source of information. It is used in linguistics… …

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  • 87 The Seven Liberal Arts —     The Seven Liberal Arts     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Seven Liberal Arts     The expression artes liberales, chiefly used during the Middle Ages, does not mean arts as we understand the word at this present day, but those branches of… …

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  • 88 Irish language — This article is about the modern Goidelic language. For the form of English as it is spoken in Ireland, see Hiberno English. For the cant based partly on English and partly on Irish, see Shelta. Irish Gaeilge Pronunciation [ˈɡeːlʲɟə] …

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  • 89 Korean language — This article is about the spoken Korean language. For details of the native Korean writing system, see Hangul. Korean 한국어, 조선말 Hangugeo, Chosŏnmal …

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  • 90 Sanskrit — संस्कृतम् saṃskṛtam …

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  • 91 Okurigana — (送り仮名, accompanying letters?) are kana suffixes following kanji stems in Japanese written words. They serve two purposes: to inflect adjectives and verbs, and to disambiguate kanji with multiple readings. Okurigana are only used for kun yomi… …

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  • 92 Linguistic purism in Icelandic — is the sociolinguistic phenomenon of linguistic purism in the Icelandic language. Its aim is to substitute loanwords with the creation of new words from Old Icelandic and Old Norse roots and prevent new loanwords entering the language. In Iceland …

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  • 93 Hardest language — The question which is the most difficult natural language can be considered in two ways: *(L1) the hardest language to acquire by infants *(L2) the hardest language for adults to be learned as a foreign languageThe question (L1) can be considered …

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  • 94 biblical literature — Introduction       four bodies of written works: the Old Testament writings according to the Hebrew canon; intertestamental works, including the Old Testament Apocrypha; the New Testament writings; and the New Testament Apocrypha.       The Old… …

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  • 95 Syriac Language and Literature — • Syriac is the important branch of the group of Semitic languages known as Aramaic Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Syriac Language and Literature     Syriac Language and Literature …

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  • 96 Diaphoneme — In linguistics, a diaphoneme or diaphone is a phoneme viewed through its dialectal variants, called diaphonic variants or diaphonic allophones.[1] For example, the vowel that constitutes the English word eye /aɪ/ is pronounced d …

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  • 97 JUDEO-ARABIC LITERATURE — JUDEO ARABIC LITERATURE, written in Arabic by Jews for Jews. It is written in an idiom which is linguistically closer to the spoken form of Arabic than is the idiom used in Muslim literature. It may plausibly be assumed that, prior to the rise of …

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  • 98 Neuroevolution — Not to be confused with Evolution of nervous systems or Neural development. Neuroevolution, or neuro evolution, is a form of machine learning that uses evolutionary algorithms to train artificial neural networks. It is useful for… …

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  • 99 Genetic programming — In artificial intelligence, genetic programming (GP) is an evolutionary algorithm based methodology inspired by biological evolution to find computer programs that perform a user defined task. It is a specialization of genetic algorithms where… …

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  • 100 Hungarian language — Hungarian magyar Pronunciation [ˈmɒɟɒr] Spoken in …

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