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  • 21 The Source of the river of Svijaga — Geobox Protected Area name = The Source of Svijaga river native name = other name = other name1 = category local = Natural Monument category iucn = III image size = image caption = country = Russia region = Ulyanovsk region1 = region type =… …

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  • 22 Laycock — This unusual name is of Anglo Saxon origin, and is a locational surname deriving from either Lacock in Wiltshire, near Chippenham, or Laycock in West Yorkshire near Keighley. The place in Wiltshire is recorded as Lacok in the Saxon Chartulary of… …

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  • 23 Leacock — This unusual name is of Anglo Saxon origin, and is a locational surname deriving from either Lacock in Wiltshire, near Chippenham, or Laycock in West Yorkshire near Keighley. The place in Wiltshire is recorded as Lacok in the Saxon Chartulary of… …

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  • 24 syke — I Mawdesley Glossary to gasp when entering icy water. II Cleveland Dialect List a streamlet, a rill of water; a small run draining out of a bog III North Country (Newcastle) Words a streamlet of water …

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  • 25 River — (Roget s Thesaurus) >Water in motion. < N PARAG:River >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 running water running water GRP: N 2 Sgm: N 2 jet jet spirt spurt squirt spout spray splash rush gush …

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  • 26 Bank check — Check Check (ch[e^]k), n. [OE. chek, OF. eschec, F. [ e]chec, a stop, hindrance, orig. check in the game of chess, pl. [ e]checs chess, through Ar., fr. Pers. sh[=a]h king. See {Shah}, and cf. {Checkmate}, {Chess}, {Checker}.] 1. (Chess) A word… …

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  • 27 Check — (ch[e^]k), n. [OE. chek, OF. eschec, F. [ e]chec, a stop, hindrance, orig. check in the game of chess, pl. [ e]checs chess, through Ar., fr. Pers. sh[=a]h king. See {Shah}, and cf. {Checkmate}, {Chess}, {Checker}.] 1. (Chess) A word of warning… …

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  • 28 Check book — Check Check (ch[e^]k), n. [OE. chek, OF. eschec, F. [ e]chec, a stop, hindrance, orig. check in the game of chess, pl. [ e]checs chess, through Ar., fr. Pers. sh[=a]h king. See {Shah}, and cf. {Checkmate}, {Chess}, {Checker}.] 1. (Chess) A word… …

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  • 29 Check hook — Check Check (ch[e^]k), n. [OE. chek, OF. eschec, F. [ e]chec, a stop, hindrance, orig. check in the game of chess, pl. [ e]checs chess, through Ar., fr. Pers. sh[=a]h king. See {Shah}, and cf. {Checkmate}, {Chess}, {Checker}.] 1. (Chess) A word… …

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  • 30 Check list — Check Check (ch[e^]k), n. [OE. chek, OF. eschec, F. [ e]chec, a stop, hindrance, orig. check in the game of chess, pl. [ e]checs chess, through Ar., fr. Pers. sh[=a]h king. See {Shah}, and cf. {Checkmate}, {Chess}, {Checker}.] 1. (Chess) A word… …

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  • 31 Check nut — Check Check (ch[e^]k), n. [OE. chek, OF. eschec, F. [ e]chec, a stop, hindrance, orig. check in the game of chess, pl. [ e]checs chess, through Ar., fr. Pers. sh[=a]h king. See {Shah}, and cf. {Checkmate}, {Chess}, {Checker}.] 1. (Chess) A word… …

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  • 32 Check valve — Check Check (ch[e^]k), n. [OE. chek, OF. eschec, F. [ e]chec, a stop, hindrance, orig. check in the game of chess, pl. [ e]checs chess, through Ar., fr. Pers. sh[=a]h king. See {Shah}, and cf. {Checkmate}, {Chess}, {Checker}.] 1. (Chess) A word… …

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  • 33 -let — ( l[e^]t) suff. [From two French dim. endings el (L. ellus) and et, as in bracelet.] A noun suffix having a diminutive force; as in streamlet, wavelet, armlet. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 34 Rill — (r[i^]l), n. [Cf. LG. rille a small channel or brook, a furrow, a chamfer, OE. rigol a small brook, F. rigole a trench or furrow for water, W. rhill a row, rhigol a little ditch. [root]11.] 1. A very small brook; a streamlet. [1913 Webster] 2.… …

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  • 35 Rivulet — Riv u*let, n. [Earlier rivolet, It. rivoletto, a dim. fr. rivolo, L. rivulus, dim. of rivus a brook. CF. {Rival}, {Rite}.] A small stream or brook; a streamlet. [1913 Webster] By fountain or by shady rivulet He sought them. Milton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 36 Runlet — Run let, n. [Run + let.] A little run or stream; a streamlet; a brook. [1913 Webster] To trace out to its marshy source every runlet that has cast in its tiny pitcherful with the rest. Lowell. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 37 To take check — Check Check (ch[e^]k), n. [OE. chek, OF. eschec, F. [ e]chec, a stop, hindrance, orig. check in the game of chess, pl. [ e]checs chess, through Ar., fr. Pers. sh[=a]h king. See {Shah}, and cf. {Checkmate}, {Chess}, {Checker}.] 1. (Chess) A word… …

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  • 38 runlet — noun Date: circa 1755 rivulet, streamlet …

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  • 39 runnel — noun Etymology: alteration of Middle English rinel, from Old English rynel; akin to Old English rinnan to run more at run Date: before 12th century rivulet, streamlet …

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  • 40 Divine Comedy — The Divine Comedy redirects here. For other uses, see The Divine Comedy (disambiguation). La commedia redirects here. For other uses, see Commedia (disambiguation). Dante shown holding a copy of the Divine Comedy, next to the entrance to Hell,… …

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