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  1. ... scarf, on the other hand, has its own English connotations as well and, in this case, ...unfamiliar with the nun's "veil" check out the Wikipedia photo, below.

    9 Answers · Society & Culture · 03/05/2007

  2. ... EDIT: That Wikipedia article is really ...have named that difference, as English has), and some don't... are some languages (largely in New Guinea...

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  3. "It" seems to be the most accurate yet it is the least flowing when put into a sentence. Personally, I don't care if someone says He or She. In fact, I use He quite frequently in place of It for the reason...

    12 Answers · Society & Culture · 31/12/2008

  4. Considering that the bunny, the basket and the eggs are all from the Pagan festival of Ostara, I think so, yes. The traditions are what was stolen, not just the name. BB )O(

    5 Answers · Society & Culture · 02/01/2007

  5. ...separately or with the BHS included: http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Nestle_Aland#Current...commonly titled "2 Esdras" in English ) - Jim, http://www.BibleSelector.com/

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  6. ... of the early (1500s) English Bibles were ... and another from the original languages . However, in all of these...a 3-step or 4-step translation. Wikipedia provides the source ...

    2 Answers · Society & Culture · 30/11/2011

  7. ...extract copied from the Wikipedia article (a good place to start... Modern English Bible ...translation into the English language . It began with...

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  8. It is a threat. Certain congressmen have caved into the entertainment industry and crafted bill to stop piracy that is way too aggressive. If one person posts something copyrighted on Yahoo!, the entire site could be...

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  9. From Wikipedia , the free encyclopedia...article is about the English language loanword. For other...quot;long been in English language use".[11] Its history...

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