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Literature includes written works of an imaginative, journalistic or scholarly nature. Language is a system of spoken and written symbols by means of which people can communicate with each other. We invite you to ask and answer questions about languages and literature; including pronunciation, grammar, definitions, examples, acronyms, abbreviations, etc.

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The 64,000 dollar question is the big question or the main question. eg whether to vote for Obama or McLean is the 64000 dollar question right now. The phrase comes from a television quiz program of that name where the prize for each correct answer increased from 100 to 200 etc right up to 64000 do…
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Cleopatra means "glory of her father".Cleopatra means "glory of her father".
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It is 741.42 miles according to MapQuest.
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Some proper nouns that start with N are:NabiscoNagoya, JapanNamibiaNanjing, ChinaNaples, ItalyNapoleon BonaparteNashville, TNNathan's Hot DogsNathaniel Hawthorne, American author'Native Son' by Richard WrightNauruNebraskaNehi Peach SodaNehru, JawaharlalNelson MandelaNepalNero, Emperor of RomeNestle'…
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Look, lets leave all the letters out of this and learn the lesson of this lazy question. So many words collected in the lexicon contain the letter L. Words like lap and louse and levee all start with the letter L, but there are words filled with the letter L, like filled and filling and apple pie fi…
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Thick, thankful. There's thin and thoughtful. thoughtless, thymey, thrilling.
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nothing is niente (pronoun). nothing is nullo (adjective).
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The 4 official languages of Singapore are: English Malay Chinese Tamil English is the most widely spoken, and is the language the government. Here is a list of all 21 languages spoken in Singapore: 1. Bengali 2. Chinese, Hakka 3. Chinese, Mandarin 4. Chinese, Min Bei 5. Chinese, Min Dong …
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I would be filled with happiness if I could!
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ssc std 10th duplimarksheet application karanataka state
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Unfortunately you need more help than that. You cannot spell of form a complete logical sentence. Ex. "You do not understand; does this mean you personally do not understand the assignment?" Also, overindulgence in what; are the Aussies being accused of?
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Please resubmit your question and tell what LANGUAGE you want it translated into.
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period of new society is the period of new generation..
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blindfolded woman with scales
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I think the problem was that they all didn't know who they were yet and had to discover themselves as The Souls
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It usually happens once words have properly registered with the Bureau of Acceptable Phraseology found in the halls of the Lexicon. There are, of course, those words who have been duly elected by all the other words to act in an official manner in the governing of words and sentences and paragraphs.…
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Juno.
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Six feet.
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Convincing future generations of the struggles and achievements of Puritans was the purpose of William Bradford for writing Of Plymouth Plantation. he also wrote it to allow other people of his time know what experiences the puritans were going throughIts typical of the puritan plain style in its r…
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Winnie the Pooh was created in 1926 in the book Winnie-the Pooh by A.A Milne.
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IT has to support the idea u have And?~V~&~M~=♥
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King Arthur is a legendary character, there is little evidence that he ever existed - despite this the Welsh Annals and Welsh Triads are a useful source of information. The legends suggest that if he did exist he was an British king (British in this case referring to the pre-Saxon dwellers of the l…
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I want to play football
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It is correct English to say "thank someone for something" eg "My wife and I thank you for your kind invitation to your daughter's wedding"
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Enter as in "Come in" is: Czech: vstoupit Danish: gå ind; komme ind Dutch: binnengaan Estonian: sisenema Finnish: astua sisään French: entrer German: eintreten Greek: μπαίνω Hungarian: belép Icelandic: koma eða fara inn eða inn í Indonesian: masuk Italian: entrare Latvian: …
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A man cannot reciprocate a woman's love if the woman does not love the man. The only thing that a many can do is initiate some love gestures like buying coffee and being friendly to the woman.
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name three types of choral speaking
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Not really - more an ugly man. But please ! It should be written "You're a beautiful woman". The omitted letter is signified by the apostrophe.
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That's an Acronym.
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Bruno does die in the book, "The Boy In The Striped Pajamas". In the movie, he dies, and it explains it more with a visual. In the book (page 213), it says, "Shmuel may well have opened his mouth to say something back, but Bruno never heard it because at that moment there was a loud gasp as the do…
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French is the official language of Congo
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ballads were first created as a form of song. they were written to be sung to music.
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Drop dead! Go away.Get out of here.Hit the road.Get out of my hair.Go find something else to do. "Go fly a kite" is an allusion to Benjamin Franklin's famous electricity experiments. This phrase belongs to group other similarly patterned ironic phrases where the speaker suggests the listener perfor…
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No, it is German.
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Do you mean Professional Curricula Vitae?
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she says -"Bulgarians with their swords and eyes flashing ,thundering down like an avalanche and scattering the wretched Serbs and their dandified Austrians officers like chaff" this is said to Raina Petkoff in the beginning of Act 1.
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Irish: abhainnScottish: abhainnWelsh: afonBreton:
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No, "it's" is a contraction of "it is" while "its" shows possession. They aren't interchangeable.Examples are:It's raining today.Its toy was red.
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who published the book that was this is now by S.E Hinton It was published in 1998
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it is out of context
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Some words used to describe hair are thick, thin, curly and frizzy. Also short, long, styled, colored and even dirty, sometimes.
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'en pointe' is when a ballet dancer stands on their toes in special shoes called 'pointe shoes'. When they are dancing with these shoes on and standing on their toes, they are 'en pointe'. In law and philosophy, if something is on point, it is on topic or closely related to the topic at hand.
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Hera was the daughter of the titans Kronos and Rhea. She was swallowed by her father so she wouldn't overthrow him. She was the sister of Hestia, Demeter, Poseidon, Hades, and Zeus. She and her brothers and sisters were freed by Zeus and took over the titans' place after the great war. She is the go…
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An advertisement that does not name the person placing the ad.
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Antidisestablishmentarianism.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Juju is a word of West African origin that refers to the supernatural power ascribed to an object.
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Annexure provides a list of documents and is a part of schedule and schedule provides the reference and description of the documents
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It means "everlasting". In 1779 the Continental Congress issued a $50 note with the word "Perennis". The emblem on the front of the bill shows a thirteen-stepped pyramid, with the motto: "Perennis" (Everlasting).Bellis Perennis is a common species of daisy found in Europe.
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Archaeologists have determined that the first workable alphabet was Phoenician in origin, and written as a crude script. However, each letter stood for a sound, and had a symbol of its own. This alphabet, dating from 1600 BC, is the ancestor of all modern Western alphabets. Once introduced, it sprea…
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What is the English for Manajemen Pengendalian Debu & Kestabilan Tanah
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In the 19th century, any road with a hardened surface was a pike.
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Born in 1940, Rogelio R. "Sikat" Sicat he left San Isidro, Nueva Ecija in 1950's to work at the University of Santo Tomas. Then become campus writer and literaryeditor of The Varsitarian, tinuloy him to be one of him in the famous pioneers ofPhilippine literature by choosing the Filipino as a langua…
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he was born in new fund land
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It's not a teapot, it's an oil can. get some oil!
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There are websites devoted to creating quizzes, flashcards, and other online study aids. Several of these sites, such as Quizlet, have quizzes available for 'The Tiger Rising.'
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Possibly derived from another saying "keep your shirt on" ie meaning that taking your shirt off is what you do before settle an argument by fighting.
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It means "nothing before faith."
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Peru IS a nation. Its citizens are called Peruvians.
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possibly comes from the jesters of old
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There is no such word, or, if there is, it has been recently invented and its meaning can only be explained by its inventor.
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There are many different Native American languages. Here are just a few translations of 'bird': Creek: fuswv Koasati: chothchoba (water bird) Lakota: zintkala Navajo: tsidii Tsalagi (Cherokee): tsiskwa
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Read,read and then read somemore. When in doubt, look it up. Reading, more than anything else, will help you become good with words. Read good writing, both fiction and nonfiction. Read to understand, and read to enjoy. Look up words you don't know. Take your time and read slowly, noticing the…
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I was actually looking for an answer my self but it seems like you start with an intro (preferably about some historical or everyday event) say your question and your opinion then state your two to three points. After go to you first point (most people move to a different place while they talk about…
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A card catalog or library catalog is a system used to organize book information in a library. Card catalogs list books using a numerical system based on the books topic or author. These make it easier to find specific books.
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Techo Suehiro was a fighting Japanese journalist, novelist, and champion of human rights who was forced by the Japanese government to leave the country. He lived during the mid 1800's. He also met Jose Rizal during their trip on board the Belgic, an English steamer. Rizal boarded this ship on the 1…
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splendid means perfect exactly no one knows whybut that's what it meanslolshotout to kiki gorindoriserded?
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everyone is or are
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keira, kim, Katie, kate, Karen, kelsie,Katherine,katerina, kathy, and etc. sorry I've put 9 instead of 1, but u get the idea
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cavaliersmountaineersvolunteers
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I suppose you could use basilatrix, though that could also mean "queen."
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Fade is the second book of the wake series. In this book, Janie knows that Cabel works for the police and she decides to join too. They get assigned a case to catch the molester at school. While working in this case, Janie and Cabel get to know each other better and Janie start to practice controlli…
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Two Thousand and Eight, or two thousand eight.
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its all about an apple ofcourse you idiot..!!! haha lol...!!!
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Literature can come in a few different forms. It includes books, magazines, articles, manuscripts, the news, and other forms of written text.
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joy and happiness is furaha, pronounced foo- HA-ha (i,e,, last 2 syllables rhyme with "haha."
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The Swahili word for travel is usafiri. Note: The verb for travel is kusafiri; a single trip or journey is the famous word word safari. The verb kusafiri gives rise to an abstract noun usafiri, but this contributor has never heard it used in any sense other than mode of transportation, e.g.: "Uliku…
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1982, when China adopted the Pinyin system of Chinese-English translation.
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The scottish word for a minute amount is "haet".
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Yes, it is.
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After the conference
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Cicero, Hitler, Kennedy
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the men, the cockerel, the villagers
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Gigabyte cannot be converted to hours, they measure two separate things. Gigabyte is the amount of data something can hold, and hours is time of course. If you are asking how many hours a gigabyte can hold of a certain type of media like music or video, it will vary. It depends on the quality, with …
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There is no language called Belgian. Flemish and French are spoken in Belgium. Flemish (North) = grootvader French (South) = grandpère (père = father)
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The Communist Manifesto has four sections. In the first section, it discusses the historical materialist view of history and the relationship between workers and capitalists. The second section explains the relationship between Communists and other workers. The third section addresses looks at pr…
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Thanks = Kiitos Thank YOU = Kiitos sinulle/teille (Rarely used.)
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Well, there is no difference in terms of the act of "boiling," but there is a grammatical difference. Saying "bring it to the boil" is unnecessary. There is no need for using the definite article "the" for "boil". Merely say or write "bring to boil" or "boil." These are good enough.
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"Bring to a boil" is grammatically correct. "Bring to the boil" is not.
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