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  • 141 Eskimo — The map of the Inuit Circumpolar Council Eskimo peoples : * Yupik peoples (Yupik, Siberian Yupik) * Inuit (Inupiat, Inuvialuit, Nunavut, Nunavik, Nunatsiavut, Kalaallit) …

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  • 142 Indo-European languages — Indo European redirects here. For other uses, see Indo European (disambiguation). See also: List of Indo European languages Indo European Geographic distribution: Before the 16th century, Europe, and South, Central and Southwest Asia; today… …

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  • 143 Welsh language — Welsh Cymraeg, y Gymraeg Pronunciation [kəmˈrɑːɨɡ] Spoken in   …

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  • 144 Malay language — This article is about the language which forms the basis of standard Indonesian and Malaysian. For the different Malay variants and dialects, see Malay languages. Malay Bahasa Melayu بهاس ملايو Spoken in Malaysia (as Malaysian and local Malay)… …

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  • 145 Dangling modifier — A dangling modifier, a specific case of which is the dangling participle,[1] is an error in sentence structure whereby a grammatical modifier is associated with a word other than the one intended, or with no particular word at all. For example, a …

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  • 146 Finnish language — language name=Finnish nativename=suomi pronunciation=/ˈsuo.mi/ states=FIN EST Flag|Ingria Flag|Karelia NOR SWE Flag|Torne Valley region=Northern Europe speakers=about 6 million script=Latin alphabet (Finnish variant) familycolor=Uralic fam2=Finno …

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  • 147 Hypercorrection — For the psychological use, see Compensation (psychology). In linguistics or usage, hypercorrection is a non standard usage that results from the over application of a perceived rule of grammar or a usage prescription. A speaker or writer who… …

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  • 148 Nigidius Figulus — Figulus redirects here. For other uses of this name, see Figulus (disambiguation). Nigidius redirects here. For the stag beetle genus, see Nigidius (beetle). Publius Nigidius Figulus (ca. 98–45[1] BC) was a scholar of the Late Roman Republic and… …

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  • 149 Turkish grammar — This article concerns the grammar of the Turkish language. A companion to this article is Turkish vocabulary. Three features that, together, distinguish Turkish from many other languages are the following: #Turkish is highly agglutinative: its… …

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  • 150 Remigius of Auxerre — Remigius (Remi) of Auxerre (ca. 841 908) was a Benedictine monk during the Carolingian period, a teacher of Latin grammar, and a prolific author of commentaries on classical Greek and Latin texts. He is also accredited with collecting and… …

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  • 151 John Borthwick Gilchrist — (June 1759 1841) was a noted British Indologist.Gilchrist was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, to merchant Walter Gilchrist, who disappeared the year he was born. After graduation from George Heriot s Hospital, a school for orphans, he obtained… …

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  • 152 Latin mnemonics — A Latin mnemonic verse or mnemonic rhyme is a mnemonic device for teaching and remembering Latin grammar. Such mnemonics have been considered by teachers to be an effective technique for schoolchildren to learn the complex rules of Latin… …

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  • 153 analytic philosophy — n. a 20th cent. philosophic movement characterized by its method of analyzing concepts and statements in the light of common experience and ordinary language so as to eliminate confusions of thought and resolve many traditional philosophical… …

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  • 154 concept formation — Process of developing abstract rules or mental constructs based on sensory experience. Concept formation figures prominently in cognitive development and was a subject of great importance to Jean Piaget, who argued that learning entails an… …

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  • 155 Input Hypothesis — Comprehensible input redirects here. For input in language learning in the general sense, see Second language acquisition. The Input Hypothesis is one of five hypotheses of second language acquisition proposed by Stephen Krashen. It is also often …

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  • 156 Design-focused evaluation — (DFE) is an approach to the evaluation of educational quality. In this approach the evaluation specifically focuses on the effectiveness of the constructive alignment in the course (subject, paper, unit) design. It was developed for use in the… …

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  • 157 HISTORY bibliography — General ■ Abun Nasr, Jamil M. History of the Maghrib. 2nd rev. ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1975. ■ Ajayi, J. F. A, and Michael Crowder. History of West Africa. 2 vols. London: Longman Group, 1971, 1974. ■ Akkache, A. Tacfarinas.… …

    Historical dictionary of the berbers (Imazighen)

  • 158 Dravidian languages — For other uses, see Dravidian (disambiguation). Dravidian Geographic distribution: South Asia Linguistic classification: Dravidian Proto language: Proto Dravidian Subdivisions: Northern Cen …

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  • 159 Esperanto — This article is about the language. For other uses, see Esperanto (disambiguation). Esperanto Created by L. L. Zamenhof Date created …

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  • 160 Ido — Infobox Language name=Ido caption=Seal creator=A group of reformist Esperanto speakers date=1907 setting=International auxiliary language speakers=See community section agency=Uniono por la Linguo Internaciona Ido fam2=International auxiliary… …

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