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  • 1Merriam-Webster's Geographical Dictionary — (Webster s Geographical Dictionary, Webster s New Geographical Dictionary) is a gazetteer by the publisher Merriam Webster. The latest edition was released in 2001, edited by Daniel J. Hopkins and contained over 54,000 entries. The first edition… …

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  • 2dictionary — /dik sheuh ner ee/, n., pl. dictionaries. 1. a book containing a selection of the words of a language, usually arranged alphabetically, giving information about their meanings, pronunciations, etymologies, inflected forms, etc., expressed in… …

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  • 3Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography — Title page to the 1856 edition of The Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography, vol. 1. The Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography, first published in 1854, was the last of a series of classical dictionaries edited by the English scholar William… …

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  • 4Dictionary of Hindu Lore and Legend — The Dictionary of Hindu Lore and Legend (2002) is a book written by Anna L. Dallapicca, and contains information on over one thousand concepts, characters, and places of Hindu mythology and Hinduism, one of the major religions of the Indian… …

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  • 5Webster's Dictionary — Webster s redirects here. For other uses, see Webster (disambiguation). An 1888 advertisement for Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary. Webster s Dictionary refers to the line of dictionaries first developed by Noah Webster in the early 19th century,… …

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  • 6Explanatory Dictionary of the Living Great Russian Language —   …

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  • 7The New International Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements — is a comprehensive reference work on charismatic Christianity (which includes the three streams of Pentecostalism, the Charismatic Movement, and the Neocharismatic movement). It is edited primarily by Stanley M. Burgess. Published in 2002, it is… …

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  • 8Standard Geographical Classification code (Canada) — The Standard Geographical Classification (SGC) is a system maintained by Statistics Canada for categorizing and enumerating the census geographic units of Canada. Each geographic area receives a unique numeric code ranging from 1 to 10 digits,… …

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  • 9Mull (geographical term) — Mull is an Anglicization of the Gaelic Maol, a term for a rounded hill, summit, or mountain,[1] bare of trees (it has also been used, in Gaelic, to refer to a forehead, or to a shaved head). As an adjective, the word is used to indicate something …

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  • 10Gazetteer — A gazetteer is a geographical dictionary or directory, an important reference for information about places and place names (see: toponomy), used in conjunction with a map or a full atlas.Aurousseau, 61.] It typically contains information… …

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  • 11Maha Kapphina — (Kappina, Kaphina, Kapphina, Kampilla, Kaphila or Kashphila, or Maha Kappina),[1] also called Maha Kapphina Thera, was an eminent Arahant from Uttarapatha and is considered foremost among those who taught the monks.[2] Maha Kapphina was his… …

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  • 12Kapisa Province — Geobox|Province country = Afghanistan country name = Kapisa native name = کاپیسا map caption = Map of Afghanistan with Kapisa highlighted capital = Mahmud i Raqi capital lat d = 35.0 capital long d = 69.7 population as of = 2002 population =… …

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  • 13Korea Bay — Map showing Korea Bay. North Korean name Chosŏn gŭl …

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  • 14Joseph Emerson Worcester — (1784 ndash;1865) was an American lexicographer and chief competitor of Webster s Dictionary in the mid nineteenth century.BiographyWorcester was born August 24, 1784, in Bedford, New Hampshire, and worked on a farm in his youth, entering… …

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  • 15Ashvakas — The Ashvakas or Ashvayanas, classically called the Asenes ( la. Aseni), are a very ancient people of north east Afghanistan (Nuristan) and the entire Peshawar Valley up to Punjab, Pakistan. They are/were a sub group of the Greater Kamboja tribe… …

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  • 16Boundaries between continents — Color coded map of continents:      Africa       …

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  • 17Mariano Felipe Paz Soldán — (August 22, 1821 December 31, 1886), Peruvian historian and geographer, was born at Arequipa, Peru. Contents 1 Education and early career 2 Atlas, History, and Geographical Dictionary 2.1 Great atlas …

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  • 18East Africa — legend|#00f000|Geographic East Africa, including the UN subregion and East African CommunityEast Africa is the easternmost region of the African continent. Geopolitically, the UN definition of Eastern (not East) Africa for the collection of… …

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  • 19Tatars — Infobox Ethnic group group=Tatars (Tatarlar / Татарлар) poptime= 21 millionFact|date=September 2008 popplace=Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, Lithuania, Finland, Estonia, Poland, Belarus, Germany, Bulgaria, Romania,… …

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  • 20Corson Inlet — is a narrow strait on the southern coast of New Jersey in the United States.[1] Corson Inlet leads from the Atlantic Ocean through barrier islands off the northeast coast of Cape May County, New Jersey.[2] The Inlet separates Ocean City, New… …

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