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  • 1Reed — /reed/, n. 1. Sir Carol, 1906 76, British film director. 2. Ishmael (Scott), born 1938, U.S. novelist and poet. 3. John, 1887 1920, U.S. journalist and poet. 4. Stanley Forman /fawr meuhn/, 1884 1980, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S.… …

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  • 2reed — reedlike, adj. /reed/, n. 1. the straight stalk of any of various tall grasses, esp. of the genera Phragmites and Arundo, growing in marshy places. 2. any of the plants themselves. 3. such stalks or plants collectively. 4. anything made from such …

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  • 3Reed mat (craft) — Reed mats are handmade mats of plaited reed, made throughout most of Thailand.The mats are produced by plaiting reeds, strips of palm leaf, or some other easily available local plant. The supple mats made by this process of weaving without a loom …

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  • 4Reed Sea — The Reed Sea (or Sea of Seaweed, Sea of Reeds) is a proposed translation of the biblical phrase Yam Suph (Hebrew Name 1| יַם סוּף ), a phrase traditionally understood to refer to the Red Sea. In particular, Reed Sea has been suggested as a… …

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  • 5Fran Reed — Infobox Person name = Fran Reed caption = birth date = June 12, 1943 birth place = La Jolla, California death date = September 11, 2008 death place = Anchorage, Alaska other names = known for = occupation = Artist, fiber artist, teacher… …

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  • 6John Reed (journalist) — Infobox Person name = John Reed image size = 160px caption = John Reed, American journalist birth date = birth date|1887|10|22|mf=y birth place = Portland, Oregon, U.S. death date = death date and age |1920|10|19|1887|10|22 death place = Moscow,… …

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  • 7Quadruple reed — A quadruple reed is a type of reed by means of which the sound is originated in various wind instruments. The term quadruple reed comes from the fact that there are four pieces of dried palm leaf vibrating against each other, in pairs. The… …

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  • 8Paper reed — Paper Pa per (p[=a] p[ e]r), n. [F. papier, fr. L. papyrus papyrus, from which the Egyptians made a kind of paper, Gr. pa pyros. Cf. {Papyrus}.] 1. A substance in the form of thin sheets or leaves intended to be written or printed on, or to be… …

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  • 9Qalam — A qalam ( ar. قلم) is a type of pen made from a dried reed, used for Arabic calligraphy. The word derives from the Greek word κάλαμος, meaning reed. In modern Arabic, Persian, Turkish and Kurdish, the word simply means pen or pencil . It is also… …

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  • 10Islamic calligraphy — 18th century writing in Ottoman calligraphy. Depicts the phrase In the name of God, Most Merciful, Most Gracious Islamic calligraphy, colloquially known as Perso Arabic calligraphy, is the artistic practice of handwriting, or calligraphy, and by… …

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  • 11Color in Islamic history — In Islamic art, the intensity of colors can vary greatly, although there are several basic conventions dictating how they are used. Bright and livid tones were inscribed in geometric patterns on the insides of buildings never the outside. The… …

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  • 12Asteiidae — Taxobox name = Asteiidae image caption = Asteia amona from Walker Insecta Brittanica Diptera image width = 200px regnum = Animalia phylum = Arthropoda subphylum = Hexapoda classis = Insecta subclassis = Pterygota infraclassis = Neoptera superordo …

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  • 13bent — I. n. 1. Disposition, inclination, tendency, turn, penchant, learning, bias, propensity, proclivity, predisposition, predilection, partiality, liking, fondness, proneness, appetency. 2. Bent grass, wiry grass, agrostis. 3. Dried reed, stalk. 4.… …

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  • 14Straw wine — Grapes, laid out to dry Grapes, laid out to dry Straw wine, or rai …

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  • 15textile — /teks tuyl, til/, n. 1. any cloth or goods produced by weaving, knitting, or felting. 2. a material, as a fiber or yarn, used in or suitable for weaving: Glass can be used as a textile. adj. 3. woven or capable of being woven: textile fabrics. 4 …

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  • 16Native American music — Introduction       music of the indigenous peoples of the Western Hemisphere. The Americas contain hundreds of native communities, each with its own distinctive history, language, and musical culture. These communities although united in placing… …

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  • 17Arundo donax — Giant Cane (Arundo donax) Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae …

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  • 18Bone Wars — The rivalry between Othniel Charles Marsh (left) and Edward Drinker Cope (right) sparked the Bone Wars. The Bone Wars, also known as the Great Dinosaur Rush ,[1] refers to a period of intense fossil speculation and discovery during the Gilded Age …

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  • 19Yam Suph — (= Beginning of The Exodus: *KJV: But God led the people about, through the way of the wilderness of the Red sea: and the children of Israel went up harnessed out of the land of Egypt. *NJPS: So God led the people roundabout, by way of the… …

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  • 20Plants in the Bible — • Discusses all of the types of plants mentioned in the Sacred Scriptures Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Plants in the Bible     Plants in the Bible      …

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