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  • 101blanket(t)y blank —  Polite evasion of stronger words, esp. bloody hell …

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  • 102rollocks —  Polite evasion of bollocks. See also rollick …

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  • 103ruddy —  Polite evasion of bloody …

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  • 104courtesy — Polite and gracious behavior; consideration for others. See curtesy …

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  • 105T–V distinction — In sociolinguistics, a T–V distinction is a contrast, within one language, between second person pronouns that are specialized for varying levels of politeness, social distance, courtesy, familiarity, or insult toward the addressee. Contents 1… …

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  • 106Honorific speech in Japanese — The Japanese language has many honorifics, parts of speech which show respect, and their use is mandatory in many social situations. Honorifics in Japanese may be used to emphasize social distance or disparity in rank, or to emphasize social… …

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  • 107hell — hell1 W3S1 [hel] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(when you die)¦ 2¦(suffering)¦ 3¦(unpleasant situation)¦ 4 what/how/why/where etc the hell? 5 a/one hell of a something 6 go to hell! 7 feel/look like hell 8 beat/surprise/scare the hell out of somebody 9 (just) for… …

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  • 108Etiquette in Canada and the United States — Etiquette rules are not uniform in North America, varying among the very diverse societies which exist in both the United States and Canada. Etiquette rules are not simply a description of “cultural norms” and should not be considered a summary… …

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  • 109T-V distinction — In sociolinguistics, a T V distinction describes the situation wherein a language has second person pronouns that distinguish varying levels of politeness, social distance, courtesy, familiarity, or insult toward the addressee. History and… …

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  • 110Kansai dialect — A label in Kansai ben. The advertisement, Iwashi o tabena akan!, translates as You must eat sardines! …

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  • 111Gender differences in spoken Japanese — The Japanese language is unusual among major languages in the high degree to which the speech of women collectively differs from that of men. Differences in the ways that girls and boys use language have been detected in children as young as… …

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  • 112instructions — noun a manual usually accompanying a technical device and explaining how to install or operate it (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑instruction manual, ↑book of instructions, ↑operating instructions • Hypernyms: ↑manual * * * When you make a …

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  • 113Requests, orders, and instructions — When you make a request, you ask someone for something or ask them to do something. If you have authority over someone or know them well, you give them an order or an instruction, that is you tell them to do something rather than asking them to… …

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  • 114requests, orders, and instructions — When you make a request, you ask someone for something or ask them to do something. If you have authority over someone or know them well, you give them an order or an instruction, that is you tell them to do something rather than asking them to… …

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  • 115Requests — When you make a request, you ask someone for something or ask them to do something. If you have authority over someone or know them well, you give them an order or an instruction, that is you tell them to do something rather than asking them to… …

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  • 116requests — When you make a request, you ask someone for something or ask them to do something. If you have authority over someone or know them well, you give them an order or an instruction, that is you tell them to do something rather than asking them to… …

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  • 117Japanese language — Japanese 日本語 Nihongo Nihongo (Japanese) in Japanese script Pronunciation …

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  • 118Romance languages — Romance Geographic distribution: Originally Southern Europe and parts of Africa; now also Latin America, Canada, parts of Lebanon and much of Western Africa Linguistic classification: Indo European Italic …

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  • 119List of Care Bear characters — The Care Bears are a group of characters created by the U.S. greeting card company, American Greetings, in 1981.[1] The title characters originally appeared in card artwork by Elena Kucharik,[2] before branching out into various media and… …

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  • 120Dutch customs and etiquette — Life in the Netherlands …

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