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  • 1low — I. intransitive verb Etymology: Middle English loowen, from Old English hlōwan; akin to Old High German hluoen to moo, Latin calare to call, summon, Greek kalein Date: before 12th century moo II. noun Date: 1549 the deep sustained sound… …

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  • 2Language learning aptitude — According to John B. Carroll and Stanley Sapon, the authors of the Modern Language Aptitude Test, the term language learning aptitude refers to the “prediction of how well, relative to other individuals, an individual can learn a foreign language …

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  • 3Low German — Low Saxon Spoken in Germany, Denmark, Netherlands, United States, Canada Native speakers ≈5 million  (date missing) Language fam …

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  • 4Low Rhenish — ( de. Nieder Rheinisch) is the collective name for the regional Low Franconian language varieties spoken along the Lower Rhine in the west of Germany and the adjacent regions in the Netherlands. Low Franconian is a language or dialect group that… …

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  • 5Language expectancy theory — (LET) is a language based theory of persuasion [M. Burgoon and Miller, 1985; M. Burgoon, Hunsaker Dawson, 1994; M. Burgoon, Jones Stewart, 1975)] . The theory looks at the effects of linguistic variations on persuasive messages. It is based on… …

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  • 6Low Dietsch — language area ( Platdietse streek ) in Belgium. legend|#ff0000|Dutch speaking Community (Belgian Province of Limburg) ] Low Dietsch ( nl. Platdiets, li. Platduutsj, fr. Thiois or fr. Platdutch , not to be confused with the generic term… …

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  • 7Language — Lan guage, n. [OE. langage, F. langage, fr. L. lingua the tongue, hence speech, language; akin to E. tongue. See {Tongue}, cf. {Lingual}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Any means of conveying or communicating ideas; specifically, human speech; the expression …

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  • 8Language master — Language Lan guage, n. [OE. langage, F. langage, fr. L. lingua the tongue, hence speech, language; akin to E. tongue. See {Tongue}, cf. {Lingual}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Any means of conveying or communicating ideas; specifically, human speech; the… …

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  • 9Low German (disambiguation) — Low German may refer to: *Low German, a group of dialects spoken mainly in Northern Germany and in Northeastern Netherlands. *A postulated language group consisting of Low German (as in the previous list item) and Low Franconian. That group goes… …

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  • 10Low Lusatian German — (in German: Niederlausitzer Mundart (also English: Low Lusatian Dialect )) is a variety of standard German spoken in northern Saxony and southern Brandenburg within the regions of Cottbus and Hoyerswerda. It is well defined from the Low German… …

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  • 11Low bit — (short for low bitrate, also known as lobit) is a musical aesthetic characterized by lossy data compression artifacts caused by encoding songs at low bitrates. Artists making low bit music believe that if a song is good, it can be appreciated at… …

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  • 12Low-carbohydrate diet — Low carbohydrate diets or low carb diets are dietary programs that restrict carbohydrate consumption usually for weight control or for the treatment of obesity. Foods high in digestible carbohydrates (e.g. bread, pasta) are limited or replaced… …

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  • 13low-level — adj 1.) close to the ground ▪ low level bombing attacks on military targets 2.) relating to people who are not in powerful positions or jobs ≠ ↑high level ▪ routine, low level, clerical tasks 3.) at a low degree or strength ≠ ↑high level ▪ a low… …

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  • 14low-level language — noun A computer programming language using easily remembered words or letters, each instruction translating into one machine code instruction (cf ↑high level language) • • • Main Entry: ↑low …

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  • 15low-level — UK US adjective ► WORKPLACE used to describe someone who does not have an important job or much influence in an organization: »He was a low level employee with no knowledge of the big decisions. ► ENVIRONMENT low level waste is not very dangerous …

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  • 16Low Mass — (called in Latin, Missa lecta, which literally means read Mass )[1][2][3] is a Tridentine Mass defined officially in the Code of Rubrics included in the 1962 edition of the Roman Missal as Mass in which the priest does not chant the parts that… …

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  • 17Low Thia Khiang — (Traditional Chinese: 劉程強, Simplified Chinese: 刘程强, Pinyin: Liú Chéngqiáng) has been an opposition Member of the Parliament of Singapore for Hougang since 1991. Born in 1956, he is married with two sons and a daughter. Background He studied at… …

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  • 18Language secessionism — or linguistic secessionism is an attitude consisting in separating a language variety from the language to which it normally belongs, in order to make this variety considered as a distinct language. This phenomenon was first analyzed by Catalan… …

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  • 19low-level — [lō′lev′əl] adj. 1. of or by persons of low office or rank 2. in a low office or rank 3. designating a computer language based on machine language and requiring translation by an assembler …

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  • 20Low frequency — or LF refers to Radio Frequencies (RF) in the range of 30 kHz ndash;300 kHz. In Europe, and parts of Northern Africa and of Asia, part of the LF spectrum is used for AM broadcast service. In the western hemisphere, its main use is for aircraft… …

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