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  • 121List of British words not widely used in the United States — Differences between American and British English American English …

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  • 122bed down — verb go to bed (Freq. 1) We bedded down at midnight • Syn: ↑bunk down • Hypernyms: ↑go to bed, ↑turn in, ↑bed, ↑crawl in, ↑ …

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  • 123Perelandra — infobox Book | name = Perelandra title orig = translator = image caption = First edition cover author = C. S. Lewis illustrator = cover artist = country = United Kingdom language = English series = Space Trilogy genre = Science fiction novel… …

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  • 124Homelessness in the United States — OverviewObservers of modern homelessness often cite some of the following potential causes of homelessness: * The movement in the 1950s in state mental health systems to shift towards community based treatment as opposed to long term commitment… …

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  • 125Bethany Christian Trust — is a registered Scottish charity based in Edinburgh. It was set up to relieve the suffering and meet the long term needs of homeless and vulnerable people. The Trust s vision is that through Christian love in action, homelessness will be reduced… …

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  • 126On the Road — by Jack Kerouac (1957)    Jack Kerouac’s On the Road has been called the Bible of the Beat Generation and is arguably the most important literary text to come out of that movement. In his review of the book in 1957 for the New York Times, Gilbert …

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  • 127The Chronicles of Narnia (TV serial) — The Chronicles of Narnia Title screen Format Drama TV serial Created by C. S. Lewis (novel) …

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  • 128doss — I. vb a. to sleep I need a place to doss for a couple of nights. b. to move from place to place, sleeping in borrowed or low class accommodation ► Old Shawie s been dossing for the last three weeks. (Recorded, London student, 1988) c. to relax,… …

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  • 129crash pad — I. noun : padding (as on the inside of a tank or car) to protect the occupants form injury in the event of an accident or sudden jolt II. noun : a place where free temporary lodging is available * * * 1. Slang. a place to sleep or live… …

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  • 130List of Cheers episodes — Cheers originally aired on NBC from September 30, 1982 to May 20, 1993. Over the series run, 275 original episodes aired. Series overview Contents 1 Series overview 2 Season 1: 1 …

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  • 131doss — doss1 [dɔs US da:s] v [i]BrE informal [Date: 1700 1800; Origin: doss a (place to) sleep (18 20 centuries), probably from French dos back , from the idea of lying on your back] also doss down to sleep somewhere that is not your usual place, or not …

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  • 132bed and board — noun : sleeping quarters and meals especially in marital cohabitation his wife has left his bed and board * * * 1. living quarters and meals: In this school students must pay by the week for bed and board. 2. one s home regarded as exemplifying… …

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  • 134Jacob's Ladder — refers to a ladder to heaven, described in the Book of Genesis, which the biblical patriarch Jacob envisions during his flight from his brother Esau.ourceThe description of Jacob s ladder appears in the Book of Genesis (28:11 19):Jacob left… …

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  • 135Bed — A bed audio2|En us bed.ogg is a piece of furniture (or a location) primarily used as a place to sleep, and often used for relaxation.To make beds more comfortable, a mattress is usually placed on top of it. The second layer is the box spring… …

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  • 136Claude AnShin Thomas — Religion Zen Buddhism School Sōtō Personal Nationality …

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  • 137doss — /dɒs / (say dos) Colloquial –noun 1. a place to sleep, especially in a cheap lodging house. 2. sleep. –verb (i) 3. to sleep in a dosshouse. 4. Also, doss down. to make a temporary sleeping place for oneself: *He was looking for a place where he… …

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  • 138Kid Baldwin — Catcher Born: October 1, 1864(1864 10 01) Newport, Kentucky …

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  • 139Genesis 28 — 1 And Isaac called Jacob, and blessed him, and charged him, and said unto him, Thou shalt not take a wife of the daughters of Canaan. 2 Arise, go to Padanaram, to the house of Bethuel thy mother s father; and take thee a wife from thence of the… …

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  • 140Hobo — is a term that refers to a subculture of wandering homeless people, [cite web | authorlink = Answers.com | title = hobo. | work = The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition | publisher = Houghton Mifflin Company |… …

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