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How do you spell hurrah?

  There are two forms : one is "hurrah", which is the defined term for any such "group exclamation". But if used in a quote, you can indicate that what was actually said w (MORE)

Who was the last President?

The last President of the United States, before current President Barack Obama, was George W Bush. The current and 44th President of the United States is Barack Obama. Preside (MORE)

Who sang At Last?

Etta James made a classic recording in 1961. However, the song was written in back in 1941 by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren. It first became a hit in the early 1940s when it wa (MORE)

What are the Last Rites?

The Sacrament of "Anointing the Sick" is also known as "Extreme Unction" or "The Last Rites." This sacrament is traditionally administered to a Catholic who is in immediate (MORE)

What is the abbreviation for last?

  The abbreviation "ult." stands for the Latin "ultimo," or last-a date last month, during the preceding month. The abbreviation "ult" is often found in pre-1900 correspon (MORE)

Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

What does the us marine word hurrah mean?

It's usually just 'Oorah' and it can mean anything positive. Anything from "Yes" to just a word for boosting morale
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What you do for God will last?

  yes, yes toltally yes, if u help it will last, when u love it will last, when u belive oh dude that wil really last, when u die and read your list u will find that they (MORE)
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Is last a verb?

According to the Miriam Webster dictionary, last is not a verb. The  dictionary has the word last labeled as an adjective.

Will there be a last judgment and why?

The Bible teaches that there wil be a last judgment. In the book of revelation around chapters 20-22 the bible speaks of a great white throne that Jesus Christ will sit on one (MORE)