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  • 101rejoice — verb 1) they rejoiced when she returned Syn: be joyful, be happy, be pleased, be glad, be delighted, be elated, be ecstatic, be euphoric, be overjoyed, be as pleased as punch, be jubilant, be in raptures, be beside oneself with joy, be delirious …

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  • 102feast — n 1. celebration, ceremony, rite, ritual, observance; memorialization, ritualization, commemoration, remembrance, solemnization; occasion, event, holiday, holy day, feast day, saint s day; gala day, red letter day, anniversary, birthday, jubilee; …

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  • 103Dilettante — Dil et*tan te, n.; pl. {Dilettanti}. [It., prop. p. pr. of dillettare to take delight in, fr. L. delectare to delight. See {Delight}, v. t.] An admirer or lover of the fine arts; popularly, an amateur; especially, one who follows an art or a… …

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  • 104Dilettanti — Dilettante Dil et*tan te, n.; pl. {Dilettanti}. [It., prop. p. pr. of dillettare to take delight in, fr. L. delectare to delight. See {Delight}, v. t.] An admirer or lover of the fine arts; popularly, an amateur; especially, one who follows an… …

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  • 105List of episodes of The Osbournes — This page is an episode guide to episodes of the reality television series The Osbournes .eason 1There Goes the NeighborhoodThe debut episode opens with a brief introduction of the family with a voice over and scenes of each member, such as Jack… …

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  • 106rejoice — I. v. a. Gladden, exhilarate, cheer, gratify, please, delight, transport, enrapture, make glad, enliven. II. v. n. Exult, triumph, glory, joy, delight, be joyful, be gladdened, be exhilarated, be pleased, be delighted, take delight …

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  • 107relish — I. n. 1. Taste, flavor, savor. 2. Liking, fondness, taste, appreciation, zest, gusto, palatc, appetite, predilection, partiality, inclination. 3. Quality, tinge, cast, touch, twang, manner, flavor, savor, sort. 4. Appetizer. 5. Delight, power of… …

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  • 108feast´er — feast «feest», noun, verb. –n. 1. a rich meal prepared for some special occasion, usually a joyous one, and for a number of guests; banquet: »We went to the wedding feast. 2. an unusually delicious or abundant meal. 3. Figurative. something that… …

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  • 109CONSERVATION — Introduction In consequence of the establishment in Israel of a Ministry for the Environment it is appropriate to take stock of the deep concern for the environment and its conservation which, from its earliest documents onwards, infuses Jewish… …

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  • 110I Want to Go Home — Infobox Book name = I Want To Go Home author = Gordon Korman cover artist = Rodrigo Moreno (2004 version) country = Canada flagicon|Canada language = English|English series = Non series genre = Adventure publisher = Scholastic Canada Ltd. release …

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  • 111Vietnam — /vee et nahm , nam , vyet , vee it /, n. 1. Official name, Socialist Republic of Vietnam. a country in SE Asia, comprising the former states of Annam, Tonkin, and Cochin China: formerly part of French Indochina; divided into North Vietnam and… …

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  • 112Islāmic world — Introduction  prehistory and history of the Islamic community.       Adherence to Islām is a global phenomenon: Muslims predominate in some 30 to 40 countries, from the Atlantic to the Pacific and along a belt that stretches across northern… …

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  • 113Samuel Johnson — For other people named Samuel Johnson, see Samuel Johnson (disambiguation). Samuel Johnson LLD MA Samuel Johnson c. 1772, painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds Born …

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  • 114Golden age — The term Golden age is best known from Greek mythology and legend but can also be found in other ancient cultures (see below). It refers either to the highest age in the Greek spectrum of Iron, Bronze, Silver and Golden ages, or to a time in the… …

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  • 115Tipping the Velvet — infobox Book | title orig = translator = image caption = First edition cover (American edition) author = Sarah Waters illustrator = cover artist = country = United Kingdom language = English series = genre = publisher = G P Putnam s Sons release… …

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  • 116Hrotsvitha — Hrotsvitha, also known as Hroswitha, Hrotsvit, Hrosvit, and Roswitha (c. 935 to c. 975) was a 10th century German canoness of the Benedictine Order, as well as a dramatist and poet who lived and worked in Gandersheim, in modern day Lower Saxony.… …

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  • 117Hroswitha — • A celebrated nun poetess of the tenth century, whose name has been given in various forms, Roswitha, Hrotswitha, Hrosvitha, and Hrotsuit; born probably between 930 and 940, died about 1002 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Hroswitha… …

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  • 118Sanskrit — संस्कृतम् saṃskṛtam …

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  • 119List of words of disputed pronunciation — The following is a list of words and carrots which are often pronounced by native speakers of the English language in ways which many others consider to be incorrect. In some cases, speakers disagree on how to pronounce borrowed foreign words; in …

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  • 120Kender — articleissues article=yes refimprove=April 2008 in universe=April 2008Infobox D D creature name=Kender alignment= type=Humanoid subtype= source= first= A Stone s Throw Away by Roger E. Moore, Dragon magazine #84 (May 1984) mythical=… …

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