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  • 1facility — n. (pl. ies) 1 ease; absence of difficulty. 2 fluency, dexterity, aptitude (facility of expression). 3 (esp. in pl.) an opportunity, the equipment, or the resources for doing something. 4 US a plant, installation, or establishment. Etymology: F… …

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  • 2facility — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) I n. building, facilities; informal, washroom, toilet.See business, provision, uncleanness, facility. II Ease Nouns 1. facility, ease; easiness; capability, feasibility, practicability; dexterity …

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  • 3Parsing expression grammar — A parsing expression grammar, or PEG, is a type of analytic formal grammar that describes a formal language in terms of a set of rules for recognizing strings in the language. A parsing expression grammar essentially represents a recursive… …

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  • 4syndicated facility — United Kingdom A loan or other credit facility provided by more than one lender to a borrower (or associated borrowers) under the terms and conditions of one facility agreement. A syndicated loan is a loan provided under a syndicated facility but …

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  • 5bilateral facility — United Kingdom A loan or other credit facility provided by a single lender to a borrower (or associated borrowers) under the terms of one facility agreement. A bilateral loan is a loan provided under a bilateral facility but the expression… …

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  • 6Concurrent Design Facility — The Concurrent Design Facility (CDF) is the European Space Agency main assessment center for future space missions and industrial review. Located at ESTEC, ESA s technical center in Noordwijk in The Netherlands, it has been operational since… …

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  • 7Metric engine (American expression) — A metric engine is an American expression which refers to an internal combustion engine, often for automobiles, whose underlying engineering design is based on a metric system of units, particularly SI. As American industry converted from… …

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  • 8residential treatment facility — noun (C) AmE technical an expression meaning a mental hospital, used because you want to avoid saying this directly …

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  • 9Ateneo de Iloilo — Infobox Secondary School name=Ateneo de Iloilo Santa Maria Catholic School native name= Ateneo de Iloilo Paaralang Katolika ng Santa Maria motto= In Omnibus Amare et Servire ( In All Things to Love and to Serve. ) established= 1958 president= Fr …

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  • 10Copyright aspects of downloading and streaming — Streaming and downloading (or saving) media files may often involve use of linking[disambiguation needed  ] and framing[ …

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  • 11Gab — Gab, n. [OE. gabbe gabble, mocking, fr. Icel. gabb mocking, mockery, or OF. gab, gabe; perh. akin to E. gape, or gob. Cf. {Gab}, v. i., {Gibber}.] The mouth; hence, idle prate; chatter; unmeaning talk; loquaciousness. [Colloq.] [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 12Gift of gab — Gab Gab, n. [OE. gabbe gabble, mocking, fr. Icel. gabb mocking, mockery, or OF. gab, gabe; perh. akin to E. gape, or gob. Cf. {Gab}, v. i., {Gibber}.] The mouth; hence, idle prate; chatter; unmeaning talk; loquaciousness. [Colloq.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 13Edgar Quinet — (February 17, 1803 ndash;March 27, 1875) was a French historian and intellectual.BiographyEarly yearsBorn at Bourg en Bresse, in the département of Ain. His father, Jérôme Quinet, had been a commissary in the army, but being a strong republican… …

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  • 14Jan Jakob Lodewijk ten Kate — (December 23, 1819 December 24, 1889), Dutch divine, prose writer and poet, was born at The Hague.He started in life as a lawyer s clerk. It was his friend, Dr Heldring, pastor at Hemmen, in Gelderland, who, discovering in Ten Kate the germs of… …

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  • 15Richard Arden, 1st Baron Alvanley — Sir Richard Pepper Arden, 1st Baron Alvanley PC, KC (20 May 1744 – 19 March 1804) was a British barrister and politician.He was born on 20 May 1744 in Bredbury, the son of John Arden and Mary Pepper, and baptised on 20 June 1744 in Stockport.… …

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  • 16Mathematical maturity — is an informal term used by mathematicians to refer to a mixture of mathematical experience and insight that cannot be directly taught. Instead, it comes from repeated exposure to mathematical concepts. Definitions Mathematical maturity has been… …

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  • 17Joseph ben Samuel Bonfils — (lived in the middle of the eleventh century) was a French rabbi, Talmudist, Bible commentator, and payyeṭan . Of his life nothing is known but that he came from Narbonne, and was rabbi of Limoges in the province of Anjou [See Jacob Tam s Sefer… …

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  • 18Thomas Kilby Smith —     Thomas Kilby Smith     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Thomas Kilby Smith     Born at Boston, Mass., 23 Sept., 1820; died at New York, 14 Dec., 1887; eldest son of Captain George Smith and Eliza Bicker Walter. Both his paternal and maternal… …

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  • 19Vincent Louis Gotti —     Vincent Louis Gotti     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Vincent Louis Gotti     Cardinal and theologian, b. at Bologna, 5 Sept., 1664; d. in Rome, 18 Sept., 1742. He received part of his early education from the Jesuits, and at the age of sixteen… …

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  • 20fluency — n. 1. Smoothness, flowing quality, liquidness. 2. Copiousness, affluence, readiness of speech, ready utterance, command of language, facility of expression, gift of the gab (colloq.) …

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