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  • ...andard English|standard]]', typically [[written language|written]] form of English in the USA. [[linguistics|Linguists]], however, would use it to mean any di :''"Indeed, in many respects, she was quite English, and was an excellent example of the fact that we have really everything in
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  • ...gory:Articles written in American English|all articles written in American English]].
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  • This table lists the numbers of articles written in particular [[varieties of English]]. It does not include articles without [[CZ:Article structure#Metadata|met ...es within variant<ref>Shows the percentage of articles within a variant of English that are at the 'advanced' stage ('[[:Category:Citable versions of articles
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  • ...A further complication is the similarity of Canadian English to [[American English]]. ...ng of words with -''ise''. More modern terminology, however, is frequently American: Canadians usually say ''trunk'' and ''hood'' rather than ''boot'' and ''bo
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  • ...to indicate stress and pronunciation: for an explanation and table, see [[English spellings]]; there is also a key at the foot of this page'' ...Grammar|Grammatical]] and lexical differences between British and American English are, for the most part, common to all dialects, but there are many regional
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Commonwealth English]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|American English}}
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  • {{r|British and American English}} {{r|English language}}
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  • {{r|American English}} {{r|British English}}
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  • ...and the English spoken in [[Mozambique]] and [[Rwanda]]. These do not have English as the colonial language: Mozambique was part of the [[Portugal|Portuguese
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  • ...n the Archives at http://en.citizendium.org/wiki/Talk:British_and_American_English/Archive_1, but, I guess wore ourselves out so badly that we never actually ...n I was at (British) school, the fifth form was 15-16 year olds. Given how Americans seem to inflate numbers (and everything else) I suppose their fifth form w
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/British and American English]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|American English}}
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  • == Northern Irish English: British or Irish? == ...ern Irish English suggests "whether Northern Irish English is also British English is a matter of perspective."
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  • | pagename = American English | abc = English, American
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  • ...ety it is, e.g. language = British English. If it is not clear, language = English would also be possible. [[User:John Stephenson|John Stephenson]] 04:20, 28 ...are British English and American English. Scots not allowed, because most English speakers can't read it. So, what are BrE and AmE--languages or dialects?
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  • ...of the Philological Society, 40-61) in which he introduced [[The Survey of English Usage]]. ...ase for its new [[The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language|American Heritage Dictionary]], the first dictionary to be compiled using corpus lin
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/British English]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|American English}}
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  • 'Varieties of English' refers to the many [[dialect]]s of the [[English language]]: {{r|British English}}
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  • | pagename = British and American English ...in "AE" - American, "AuE" - Australian, "BE" - British or "CE" - Canadian English.-->
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  • ..., and [[English spellings|spellings]] are ways of writing these sounds. [[English phonemes]] have different spellings depending on a word's provenance and hi ...ced before a consonant, and [[British English|British]] and [[Commonwealth English]] (BrE), where it is not.
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  • ...'AuE'' (Australian English), ''BE'' (British English), or ''CE'' (Canadian English). See also [[:Category:Advanced Article Metadata variant error|advanced art
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  • ...unes of different peoples being one reason for the extinction of many more American languages in the last four hundred years.<ref>For more information on langu ...] and [[military]] power of the USA has spread the influence of [[American English]] far beyond U.S. borders.
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  • ...onounced [ˈzed] in [[British English]] and [ˈziː] in [[American English|American]], and these are sometimes spelt ''zed'' and ''zee''. ==Use in English==
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  • ...'AuE'' (Australian English), ''BE'' (British English), or ''CE'' (Canadian English) in the article's metadata page. See also [[:Category:Metadata variant erro
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  • {{subpages}}{{:English spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}}{{TOC|right}} ...spelling]]s'''. This can be seen at its most extravagant in the field of [[English noun#Types of nouns|proper noun]]s&mdash;for example, simply adding an 'h'
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  • ...ticles without a variant of English assigned|articles without a variant of English assigned]].
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  • ...y confusing. But if it's ubiquitous, it's the correct from to go in under 'American' presumably. ::Another thing: I was under the impression that Americans didn't also say 'autumn'. Would you say that 'fall' was more common? If
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  • *[[The Sound Pattern of English]] ====English====
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  • ...me time, from informal version to formal; I think it was...yes, got it, an English DJ, changed from Pete to Peter, I wonder what WP has for him... [[User:Ro T I like the lobster picture, by the way. You look like an American tennis player from the 1950s... [[User:Ro Thorpe|Ro Thorpe]] 18:19, 28 Febr
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  • ...'potato chips' (American name). For the heated food see [[French fries]] (American-style) and [[chips (food)|chips]] (British-style).}} ...' (in [[British English]], called '''potato chips''' in [[American English|American]]) are a dry snack food of extremely thin slices of [[potato]] that are gen
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  • ...linguists throughout the world to show pronunciation. It is an expanded [[English alphabet]], with the [[Greek alphabet|Greek]] letter theta (θ) representin ...erminology; slashes: /'slæʃɪz/ and brackets: ['brækɪts] in [[American English]].</ref> The former are used for [[phoneme|phonemic]] transcription, the la
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  • {{r|English grammar}} {{r|English phonemes}}
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  • ...{{#ifeq: {{{status}}}|1| [[Category:Advanced Articles written in American English|{{{abc| }}}]]}} ...{#ifeq: {{{status}}}|1| [[Category:Advanced Articles written in Australian English|{{{abc| }}}]]}}
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  • ...ma Theory, Psychoanalysis, Cultural Studies, Literary Theory, 20th Century American and British Literature, Modernism and Postmodernism, and Psychology as appl ...ntly, she is assistant professor of English and American Literature at the English Philology Department at Complutense University, Madrid (UCM). She is also a
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  • {{r|Oxford English Dictionary||**}} {{r|American English}}
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} ''[[British English|BrE]]'' '''môuld''' = ''[[American English|AmE]]'' '''môld
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  • {{r|English language}} {{r|American English}}
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  • ...heastern]] [[United States of America]] named after the southern [[England|English]] [[Counties of England|county]] of [[Hampshire]]. ...ed against British rule in the [[American Revolution]]. By the time of the American Revolution, New Hampshire was a divided province. The economic and social l
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/English phonemes]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|American English}}
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  • ...icle to American English. Does Citizendium have a policy of using American English only, or does it use the same policy as Wikipedia, of using the appropriate ...ul in the future to make sure I am not just changing something to American English. Thank you for bringing that to my attention. --[[User:Ted Zellers|Ted Ze
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  • ...Notes towards a description''. Schools Council Program in Linguistics and English Teaching, papers series 2 (No. 2). London: Longmans, for the Schools Counci * [[Mark Aronoff|Aronoff, Mark]]. (1978). An English spelling convention. ''Linguistic Inquiry'', ''9'', 299-303.
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  • ...ish, the question of national identity and culture in the early moments of American independence, and the poetics of citation and of definition. * "Noah Webster" in ''The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes'' (1907–21). vol 18 section 25:33 [http://www.ba
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  • ...standards such as [[British English]], [[American English]], [[Australian English]]...
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Canadian English]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|American English}}
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  • Also, I assume that you are using British English conventions here? Otherwise, the quotes should be double, not single. --[[ ===British or American English?===
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  • ...h" which is a bit broader in scope than either American English or British English, and which allows for multiple name transliterations and less spelling rigo ::::With respect to the World English, American English or British English, you should look with some haste at [http://forum.citizendium.org/index.php
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  • {{r|American English}} {{r|British English}}
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  • #REDIRECT [[British and American English]]
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  • ..., e.g. for board drills: hêar, hêre, thére. Well, it seems my link to [[English phonemes]] doesn't do the trick, so I reckon the best thing would be to put ...ue what you meant by this, but your comment at [[Talk:British and American English]] makes it clear. Well, however you think they are best organised... [[User
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} ...ften italicised and ending in written -'''''é''''', see [[French words in English]]: -'''e'''
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  • ...nglish]]. For more information, see ''[[CZ:Variants of English|Variants of English]]''.
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  • ==New Deal (American English and British English)== ...d as "BE" for the New deal article, meaning that it is wrritten in British English. So, for example, the spelling "program" is incorrect - it should be progra
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  • ...oalition of [[Native American]]s against [[England|English colonists]]; an English victory
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  • == English language variant == ...h? The article currently is written in a mixture of American and Canadian English. [[User:Richard Williams|Richard Williams]] 21:35, 23 July 2008 (CDT)
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  • :: PS: Restricting it to pages in English gives 344K for "Usama bin Laden" and 670K for "Osama". Less of a difference ...should be descriptive - and currently the vast majority of writers in the English language use "Osama", not "Usama". The Google statistics given by [[User:J.
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  • ...ionary that was first published in 1828 as ''An American Dictionary of the English Language''. ...llege [[Ezra Stiles]]. Webster's four years at Yale overlapped with the [[American Revolution]], and because of food shortages, many of his college classes we
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  • ...andard English|standard]]', typically [[written language|written]] form of English in the UK and especially southern [[England]]. [[linguistics|Linguists]], h ...te)|Republic of Ireland]], where 'British' spellings are part of [[Hiberno-English]].
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  • **[[English spellings/Catalogs/Apostrophe]] {{r|English phonemes}}
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  • '''Regular verbs''' in '''English''' have four forms: ...how stress and pronunciation: see [[English spellings]] for a table and [[English phonemes]] for the [[International Phonetic Alphabet|IPA]]. There is also a
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  • ...the letters of the English alphabet, which all use the following system:{{:English spellings/Accents}} {{:English spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}}
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} mostly schwa; stressed -'''ër''' in some words; [[British and American English|some AmE -'''er''' words are -'''re''' in BrE]]: -'''er
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  • | id = [[American English|en-<br />us]] ...has an '''advanced''' understanding of '''[[:Category:User en-us|American English]]'''.
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  • ...[[River Wye]], ''why'' pronounced with an English accent (i.e. without the American, Scottish etc. aspiration of ''wh''). ==Use in English==
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  • ...re to what extent it deviates from American English, but as the subject is American, it probably ought to conform in language. --[[User:Martin Wyatt|Martin Wy
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} '''Mâpplethorpe''' ''Robert'' *Mâplethorpe: unusual flouting of [[English spellings#Double letters|double-consonant rule]] in person's name, cf. '''m
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  • Yes and I just checked the Smithsonian web site, for their new African American museum, and they don't capitalize black either. My bad. It's a Canadian thi ...it may have something to do with the emergence of the capitalized "African American" as the preferred formal term (per the Smithsonian museum website, etc.). 1
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  • ...(letter)|B]], as is the case for instance in the [[English alphabet]]. Its English name is pronounced [ˈeɪ], like the [[strong form]] of the indefinite arti ==Use in English==
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  • ...bbbb; border-bottom:1px solid #dddddd">&nbsp;[[CZ:English language variant|English language variant]]:&nbsp;</font>''' {{#switch:{{{{BASEPAGENAME}}/Metadata|i |AE= American English
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  • This article appears to be in British English, with -ize endings [i.e. Oxford English] so I have inserted that as the language variant. I have also promoted it t ...by that time! I'll also need help with final copyediting as I'm not native English - grammar and spelling errors are likely to remain unnoticed!
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  • ...so mark the article as being written in American English. (Isn't "American English" an oxymoron?) ...English, and is one of the things ''which'' trips me up most when reading American writings.
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  • *British English: :*''A Dictionary of Modern English Usage'' (Fowler's) (1926 - )
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  • ...vernment, and other countries don't send their ambassadors there. There is English Law, and Scottish Law, but no British Law. I would like the name of my coun ....''' The preferred adjective is '''British.''' The main language is the '''English''' language. Citizens are called '''Britons''' or (informally) '''Brits.'''
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  • ...phonemes#Vowels and diphthongs]], list of all the vowel sounds of standard English; scroll down for '''the schwa sound''' {{r|British and American English}}
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  • | title = British or American English?: A Handbook of Word and Grammar Patterns | title = Divided by a Common Language: A Guide to British and American English
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  • ...ues in a number of languages using the [[Latin alphabet]], especially in [[English]], [[Irish Gaelic|Irish and]] [[Scottish Gaelic]], [[Cornish]], [[Italian]] ==Use in English==
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  • |colspan=2 align="right"|'''English language variant'''||colspan=2 |{{#switch:{{{{BASEPAGENAME}}/Metadata|info= |AE= American English
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  • A '''theatre''' (spelt '''theater''' in [[American English|US English]]) is a structure in which [[theatre|theatrical]] or dramatic works, often *[[Cinema]] (American English "movie theater")
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  • ...org/wiki/Азимов,_Айзек]) was a [[Russia]]n-born [[United States|American]] [[author]] and ...in Australia, friends in Europe, and for 4 years a girlfriend who was from American Samoa, just across the dateline. More intellectual madness.
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  • {{r|American cuisine}} {{r|American culture}}
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  • ...o known as the Big Dipper (in American English) and the Plough (in British English).
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  • ...her languages, of comparable (or superior--smiling broadly) quality to the English-language one. * [[American Cryonics Society]]
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  • ...e two technical terms, 'comprehension' and 'extension', instead of a plain English account? The term 'comprehension' is not concealed from the reader: it is d The UK spellings have been converted to American spellings - that might be a source of contention. I don't see much objecti
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  • Is that normal English nowadays? Or American English? I don't think I'd heard it before, though I was aware that it must imply n
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  • ...ndrome), not "Aids", despite what the BBC write. [http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/static/in_depth/africa/2000/aids_in_africa/default.stm][http://news.bbc.co. ...ma' is to be avoided - we should prefer "History of American religion" to "American religion, history" - "Religion in the United States" would be the ideal tit
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  • ...similarities between languages as apparently diverse as [[English language|English]], [[Japanese language|Japanese]] and [[Arabic language|Arabic]]? What are ...to speakers of that language.</ref> is unacceptable in [[English language|English]], but children recognise as much long before they receive any formal gramm
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  • The name in American English for ''Solanum melongena'', a perennial cultivated for its edible fruits.
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  • ...English poet and playwright widely regarded as the greatest writer of the English language, as well as one of the greatest in Western literature, and the wor ...)'' meaning "shape or form" and ''λόγος (logos)'' meaning "speak". In English the suffix "-(o)logy" means "the study of". For ancient Greeks, study often
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  • ...curious, however, as to why British English is been translated to American English; e.g, Favour to favor. Its not a big problem of course, but may be in the f ...ine David. Its not something I care terribly about (The British V American English debate that is) but I recognise many don't feel the same way and so had to
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  • ...irst, feel free to correct spelling or style (I am not so used to write in English). In case you are not sure about such a correction (for instance if you are ...". However, if this is an issue of the Queen's english versus my American english, or some other purely cultural artifact, let me know and I'll be happy to c
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  • ....S. politics and education prefer terms such as 'pro-English' or 'official English'. ...Discrimination Complaint]'. December 6 2006. See also ''Bill may push for English only: State-documents idea called rights violation'' (''Columbus Dispatch''
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  • ...anywhere else in the text (unless they start a sentence). As for Earth, in English the uncapitalized word "earth" usually denotes the soil at the surface of t ...es, I selected AE in the metadata templates and a good many CZ members are Americans ... yet you are the first person to comment on my use of kilometre rather
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  • ...(informally '''note''' in [[British English]] and '''bill''' in [[American English]]; also called '''paper money''') is a written assurance of payment to the
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/English alphabet]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|British English}}
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  • ''Works cited in the [[Canadian English]] article'' *Lilles J (2000) 'The myth of Canadian English'. ''English Today'' 16: 3-9, 17.
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  • ...as the [[Juan de Fuca Plate]] is [[subduction|subducted]] below the North American Plate. The most recent large eruption was the explosion in 1980 of [[Mount ...and runs to the [[Mendocino Triple Junction]] at the borders of the North American Plate, the Juan de Fuca Plate, and the [[Pacific Plate]]. The fault runs fu
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  • ...chniques, that indeed suggest that "they surrendered on a battleship to an American general" may be the appropriate level, as long as there are hyperlinks for :::Hmmm...well, I got it from Condon, but I shall share the NANOG ([[North American Network Operators' Group]]) curse, which can be useful:
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  • ...ers of formatting, punctuation, etc. and Garner's ''Dictionary of American English Usage'' for issues of usage. For British English, consult Fowler's ''Modern English Usage''.
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  • ...[British English]], ''tramway''; also known as ''streetcar'' in [[American English]]) is a rail vehicle for use in urban areas. Trams are almost exclusively u
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  • ...ng African American Poetry" by Jerry W. Ward, Jr., from ''Teaching African American Literature'' by M. Graham, Routledge, 1998, page 146.</ref> ...t of [[American literature]], with books such as ''[[Roots: The Saga of an American Family]]'' by [[Alex Haley]], ''[[The Color Purple]]'' by [[Alice Walker]],
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  • ...part of an imparted list; I created the entry under [[Congressional Native American Caucus]]. He also came up on [[U.S. Congressional Caucuses]], which is an ...uched fusee, which I suspect is more British English. More common American English for "fusee" would be "highway flare". Both a fusee and a fuse are pyrotechn
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  • ...age and history, American Indian peoples, radical politics, and mainstream American political biography. ...native English speaker, writing comfortably in either British or American English. I have a basic-to-intermediate command of Chinese, which is basically the
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  • ...h context, which we don't have here, so I'd think it's better to rename to English custom. --[[User:Daniel Mietchen|Daniel Mietchen]] 23:07, 3 January 2011 (U I disagree with deleting “Objects (things)” and my other English grammar and composition articles, as well as my article, “Vacuum cleaner.
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  • ...tters of formatting, punctuation, etc. and Garner's Dictionary of American English "Usage for issues of usage. ::"For British English, consult Fowler's Modern English Usage."
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  • ...f followers in [[North America]], including traditionally Buddhist [[Asian American]]s as well as non-Asian converts. America presents a strikingly new and dif ...built in 1853 in [[San Francisco]] by the [[Sze Yap Company]], a [[Chinese American]] fraternal society. Another society, the [[Ning Yeong Company]], built a s
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  • Click on the grid to see the lists and letter articles:{{:English spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} ...tters of formatting, punctuation, etc. and Garner's Dictionary of American English Usage for issues of usage. <br/> <br/>
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  • ...}</noinclude>(c. 1612 - 1672) Colonial American poet, considered the first English poet in the New World.
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  • I believe this article should be written in American English.[[User:Aleta Curry|Aleta Curry]] 22:03, 4 September 2007 (CDT)
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  • ...Oxford American Dictionary'' or ''The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language'', say &mdash; and you try to use it to learn the 'meaning'<ref>We ...itive concepts''" (Wierzbicka, 1996). She gives one example comparing the English sentence, "I want to do this", with its equivalent in Russian. Although sh
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  • ==What does Commonwealth English mean?== ...uss what it is, and even whether it's appropriate to refer to varieties of English in this way at all. There seems to be several potential meanings:
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  • ...enator]]" or "Senator Kerry is a Democrat," is standard [[American English|American]] usage, while "Kerry is a Democrat Senator" is controversial. ...006).</ref> The earliest known use of the term, according to the ''Oxford English Dictionary'', was in Britain in 1890: "Whether a little farmer...is going t
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  • ...sage'' for issues of usage. For British English, consult Fowler's ''Modern English Usage''. ...ult chapters III and IV of [http://forms.aps.org/author/styleguide.pdf The American Physical Society Style Guide]. (Pdf).
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  • ...or [ˈaːɹ], like the word ''are'' (with that '''r''' silent in [[British English]] finally or before a consonant: ''ah''). ==Use in English==
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  • This article, since it will be in American English (as it concerns an American topic), should be copyedited accordingly.
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  • .... In some cases, as with [[Vernon Winslow]], a.k.a. "DJ Daddy-O," African-Americans were hired to coach white announcers.
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  • ===List of French words in English=== ...lics (both optionally), or have a strange or little-known pronunciation in English, in any combination.
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  • ...(letter)|R]], as is the case for instance in the [[English alphabet]]. Its English name is pronounced [ˈkjuː], like the words ''cue'' and ''queue''. ==Use in English==
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  • Like a [[full-stop]] ([[British English]], known as a period in [[American English]]), a colon can follow a grammatically complete utterance. The same is true
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  • * ''Town and County Government in the English Colonies of North America.'' JHUSHPS, 2nd ser., no. 10. Baltimore: Johns Ho * ''Topics and References in American History, 1492-1783: Printed for the Use of Students in History.'' Cambridge
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  • ...sisted largely of reading American, English, German and French classics in English, supplemented by my own extensive source material readings of history, phil
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  • ...only need American English and British (or Commonwealth, if you'd rather) English. {{r|American Heart Association||:::::}}
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} '''únto''' *úntû, unlike '''ínto''' and '''ónto''', used in modern English only in certain set expressions (e.g. '''do únto òthers''' *dû úntû ú
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  • ...es-poo-diving-shop-japan.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Japanese [[English language|English]] trade names may cause some amusement for those accustomed to other meanin ...ese-speakers non-fluent in English may pronounce 'English'), or the use of English as a working language in certain institutions such as research centres or p
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  • ...'[[lexical category]]'', distinct from other classes such as ''[[verb]]''. English [[Word (language)|words]] may be used as nouns if they accept certain [[gra ..., or with inflections and affixes that modify words. In [[English language|English]], for instance, it is not obvious whether 'bank' is a noun or a verb until
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  • ...born in [[Buenos Aires]]. He grew up speaking and reading both Spanish and English, and spending his teen years in Europe, he learned several other languages ...e of fiction and thus opened the way to a remarkable generation of Spanish American novelists."<ref>Coetzee, J.M., "Borges's Dark Mirror", ''New York Review of
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  • ...d community theatre groups. Lines from these works have become part of the English language, such as "[[short, sharp shock]]", "What, never? Well, hardly ever ...tp://www.bartelby.net/223/0815.html ''The Cambridge History of English and American Literature''], Volume XIII, Chapter VIII, Section 15 (1907–21)</ref>
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  • <noinclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude>English-American hard rock band founded in [[Los Angeles]], [[California]], comprising of si
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  • ...ngs. Perhaps change to: kilometer or kilometre? see [[British and American English]]. - [[User:Ro Thorpe|Ro Thorpe]] 00:35, 11 February 2010 (UTC)
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  • ...ith the various regions inside Germany; these are called "West Germanic". English is theoretically in the same continuum, but it diverged considerably more f ...es features of so many different Germanic dialects (including Frisian, Old English, Saxon, and Low Franconian). High German dialects are a mix of Bavarian, Al
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  • ...U.S. call all Northerners "Yankees", and people outside the U.S. call all Americans "Yankees" or "Yanks." ...h descent, yet they continue to have disproportionate influence over major American institutions, especially cultural, educational, business and financial ones
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  • ==Varieties of English== ...ticle, but then there arises the problem of what to call it. 'Varieties of English'? But you seem to be the expert on that subject. Please advise. [[User:Ro T
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  • ...(letter)|P]], as is the case for instance in the [[English alphabet]]. Its English name is pronounced [ˈəʊ] or [ˈoʊ], like the exclamation ''oh!'' ==Use in English==
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} [[British English|BrE]] ''barrier, drink'' '''bàr''' = ''sheep'' '''bàa'''
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  • ...t transportations. As opposed to what are called [[railroad]]s in American English, they have stayed active and efficient, and indeed often serve what would b
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  • ...9176 extremely embarrassing error]... this was because this and [[American English]] have been started with similar material. :) [[User:John Stephenson|John S
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  • ...tters of formatting, punctuation, etc. and Garner's Dictionary of American English Usage for issues of usage. :For British English, consult Fowler's Modern English Usage.
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  • ...d grammar, primarily whether the article is written in American or English English.
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  • {{r|African American literature}} {{r|British and American English}}
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  • ...ticle is American and hence the language of the article should be American English. * "approved", - in American English, the comma goes inside the quotation marks
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  • |Asl-i-love-you.jpg|''I love you'' in [[American Sign Language]]. ....jpg|An example of [[written language]] - in this case, [[English language|English]].
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  • Bachelor of Arts, English French American Literature, Creative Writing Institute for American Universities
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  • ...ank you for the rephrasing in [[Cyprus]]. As you can see, I'm not a native English speaker. It's not important for me, but do you really consider ''sovran, so ...ore to the point: 'Var. (poet.) of 'sovereign'. So as a retired teacher of English as a foreign language I strongly advise you to save that spelling for your
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  • ...small amount of literature from the US is written in other languages than English, especially in [[Spanish]]. ...he literary outcome of the former colonies gradually found its own unique 'American' voice and formed its own literary tradition.
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  • ...difficulty of such an undertaking -- particularly with a language such as English which has a relatively high proportion of irregular and inconsistent usage ...of words rather than their categorization, is preferred. Particularly with English, the model is useful, as we have so many words capable of functioning as se
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  • ...British. As the articles here seem to have been written mainly in American English, your solution may be better after all indeed. Best regards, [[User:Stefan
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  • '''African-American Studies''' *''[[African American Review]]'' ([http://aar.slu.edu/ journal home])
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  • ...fficially called '''Moldovan''' (in Romanian: ''limba moldovenească''; in English: ''Moldovan'' or rarely ''Moldavian''). ...nces are insignificant compared with those of British English and American English.
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  • ...ecause there is a supposed European "line", but then there are British and American symphonists). I'm picking up eight more books on the subject when the unive ...mphony than anything freely available at this point. Compared to the main English language music dictionaries (New Grove and the New Harvard 2nd edition; I d
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  • ...with only a classified annex. While they were first done under contract at American Univerity; the work then went to the Foreign Research Division of the Libra ...shes and 21-gun salutes and such, uses "Chief of State." But the official American Forces Press Service uses "head of state" in its press releases. So even th
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  • ...1916) was an American-born writer who in 1915 by naturalization became an English citizen. He was the younger brother of the pragmatist philosopher [[William ...ings of the Dove (1902); The Golden Bowl (1904); English Hours (1905); The American Scene (1907); The High Bid (1909); Italian Hours (1909).
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} '''râbid''' ([[American English|AmE]] can be '''á''')
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} see [[English irregular nouns]]: -'''ôes'''
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  • [[Orientalism]] is the western (European and American) study of "the Orient" in its traditional, more expansive, sense. During th ...cidental" is still sometimes used to refer to Europeans (and by extension, Americans of European origin).
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  • ...nch (tool)|wrench]]''' ([[American English]]), or '''spanner''' ([[British English]]), is a [[fastening tool]] used to manipulate threaded fasteners such as [ ...s. 1/2", 3/4", and 1" drives are used for heavy equipment. Both metric and English system sockets, however, can snap onto the male end of the shaft.
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  • ...rred to as a '''vapor'''<ref>American spelling: the [[British and American English|British variant]] is '''vapour'''</ref>) is one of the four major [[Physics
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  • '''Quotation marks''', or (especially in British English) '''inverted commas''', also called, less formally, ''speech marks'' or ''q ...g>'''“'''...'''”'''</big> and <big>'''‘'''...'''’'''</big> as in [[English]] and many other languages,
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  • ...use it widely; it ranks between ca. 300-500 in frequency of use in written English.<ref name=frequency/> ...|url=http://www.conlang.info/wordfreq.html |title=Word Frequency List for English}}.
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  • ...an important [[second language]] for millions more, from [[American people|American]]s interested in the language as a link to their forefathers, to [[business ...to read such thinkers in the original German if at all possible. In fact, English nowadays sports a huge unabridged dictionary, but German does not have need
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  • ...tters of formatting, punctuation, etc. and Garner's Dictionary of American English Usage for issues of usage. :For British English, consult Fowler's Modern English Usage.
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  • ...tters of formatting, punctuation, etc. and Garner's Dictionary of American English Usage for issues of usage. :For British English, consult Fowler's Modern English Usage.
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  • ...where they gave me the car, and the sadly inadequate 30-second lesson for Americans on approaching rotaries. ...m ''rotaries'' in American? This should be added to [[British and American English]]. [[User:Caesar Schinas|Caesar Schinas]] 06:32, 2 June 2009 (UTC)
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  • I have a B.A. in English from Hartwick College. Specifically, I focused on American literature (mostly post American Revolution / pre
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  • ...(letter)|I]], as is the case for instance in the [[English alphabet]]. Its English name is pronounced [ˈeɪtʃ], ''aitch'', as in 'he drops his aitches', ref ==Use in English==
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  • ...ing countries. The name has [[pagan]] origins and is taken from the [[Old English]] for Woden’s Day. ...as been considered the middle of the working week. In American colloquial English, it is often referred to as ‘hump day’, since arriving at Wednesday mea
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  • ==English Variant== Nick is this article using American or British English? The Variant is not set in the metadata. [[User:Russell D. Jones|Russell D
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  • {{rpr|Japanese English}} (September 8 — September 21, 2013) {{rpr|Silent letters in English}} (December 1 — 8, 2012)
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  • ...red 14b Long Haired St. Bernard 15 Newfoundland 16 Bull Terrior 17 English Bulldog 18 French Dwarf Bulldog 19 Pug Dog.}} *[[American Eskimo]](''see also [[German Spitz]]'')
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  • ...problem is that it is drafted in a mixture of American English and British English. If you could make a ruling about which version to adopt, one of us could p ...ther thing along these lines would be some of Edward T. Hall's work on the American Southwest, where, after Latinos gained political power, there was a near re
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  • ...e world wide web. I am an experienced contributor and administrator on the English Wikipedia, so I'm pretty good with MediaWiki's wiki markup.
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  • ...word is always spelt with a capital C in American English, but in British English, as in French, the wine is "champagne"; it is frequently called "champers" ...|English]] invention. This has lead some people to suggest that it was the English, and not the French, who originally produced champagne style wines. However
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  • ...biology courses, histology and cell biology and English courses, including American literature and poetry. Love reading during spare time and watching TV. Also
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  • ...the elements. It is also called a [[kennel]]. Speakers of [[Commonwealth English]] generally do not use the word "doghouse" in this sense; they use "kennel"
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  • ...ministrative law judge for Pa. Public Utility Comm'n. Interest in American English language. Retired 2005. Five years of doing intense canine agility, includi
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  • ...e typographic font used), at least in many English-speaking countries. The American [[National Institute of Standards and Technology]] recommends that "L" be u ...e guidance on pluralizing unit names: the plural is formed by using normal English grammar rules, for example, "henries" is the plural of "henry". The units [
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  • '''Public''' ([[American English|AmE]]: /ˈpəblɪk/; [[British English|BrE]]: /ˈpʌblɪk/) is an important, but controversial, term widely used i ...onary?book=Dictionary&va=public| English term]] is derived from the Middle English (14th century) ''publique'', which in turn comes from Anglo-French, and ult
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  • ...a Scottish Professor of Logic and Philosophy, and reported to the eminent English economist, [[William Stanley Jevons]] who brought it to the attention of th ...=ANGLOAMMARGHET>[http://cepa.newschool.edu/het/schools/engmath.htm ''Anglo-American Marginalists'']</ref>.
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  • Bachelor's in English, minor in Ethnic American Studies from Humboldt State University, Arcata CA
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  • '''Thalassemia''' ([[American English]]) or '''thalassaemia''' ([[British English]]) is a recessive trait [[inherited]] [[blood diseases|disease]] of the [[r
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  • It is common in American folklore to assume [[rabbit]]s are incredibly fond of carrots, especially t * [[Carat]]: unit for measuring the weight of precious stones; also (UK English), unit for measuring the proportion of gold in an alloy, such that 24 carat
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  • ...lphia, 1906.JPG|left|350px|Title page, Hahnemann's 2nd America Edition, in English, Translated by R.E. Dudgeon, M.D., Boericke & Tafel, Philadelphia, 1906.}}
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  • ...organization in other subject headings. I just happen to write in British English. --[[User:Martin Wyatt|Martin Wyatt]] 21:42, 18 January 2013 (UTC)
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  • ...ish, but may be called "Metro" in many languages, and "subway" in American English.
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} '''Cadíz''' is the traditional English pronunciation, though the Spanish stresses the first syllable
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  • *http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/american-festivals/our-lady-rock-photos/ National Geographic ...ns "obviously completely wrong"; in fact, it is standard usage in American English, which, according to the metadata, is the language variant of this article.
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  • ...best be translated at "ethnic"; although its origins are analagous to the English "folk," it is used here by Hitler as a key term in the ''Völkische Movemen ...s willingness. We should have renounced colonies and sea power, and spared English industry our competition. Only an absolutely clear orientation could lead t
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  • ...of the system of [[English law]], which was in force at the time of the [[American Revolutionary War|Revolutionary War]]. However, the supreme law of the land ===American common law===
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  • ...erm, in American English, refers to the type of card game known in British English as [[Patience]]) is a single-player [[board game]]. Its straightforward ru
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  • ..."sock-a toe-a" depending upon the use of [[American English]] or [[British English]], or even "soccer tour"). It means:
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  • ...nkfurt, Germany, currently studying Geography and English (with a major in American Studies) at Mainz University, supposed to finish studies next summer; my in
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  • Principally developed by English settlers with influences from Native Americans of the area (e.g.,[[corn]]), the style includes many things from the abund
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  • ...ball stuffed with hair,<ref>''Mathews' Chinese-English Dictionary,'' rev. American ed. (Cambridge: Harvard U.P., 1943), nos. 6842-6843.</ref> which is mention ...agoun, ''Football in Medieval England and Middle-English literature'', The American Historical Review (vol 35, no. 1), 1929.</ref> Reports of a game called ''
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  • ...rs. It corresponds to the North American morning [[coffee break]] and the English [[elevenses]].
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  • 'He attended University of Texas.' Is this acceptable in American English? [[User:Ro Thorpe|Ro Thorpe]] 18:38, 5 February 2008 (CST)
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  • Among the differences found in American English and British English, some confusion is created by the use of or absence of a hyphen in the word ...the [[Oklahoma City bombing]] of 19 April 1995, by [[Timothy McVeigh]], an American, the CI definition reasonably extends to include domestically-originated [[
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  • ...en one of the most influential states in America. The first battles of the American Revolution were fought in the Massachusetts towns of Concord and Lexington. ...Massachusetts. No longer are there vast expanses of wilderness. Gray Wolf, American Elk, Wolverine and Mountain Lion once occurred here but have long since dis
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  • ...melongena'', a perennial cultivated for its edible [[fruit]]s. In British English it is known by its French name, '''aubergine'''.
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  • * ''The Cambridge History of English and American Literature'' (1907-1921). http://www.bartleby.com/cambridge/
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  • ...t also have a great fondness for orally-delivered compositions and prose. American music, particularly from the 1930's forward, is another area of great inter
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  • ...only to say that the plural should be used. On the other hand, in British English, it is said that "the govenment are about to take action....etc." So I'll g :The plan I was running with was a brief outline of the first English involvement on the island (IE, the Anglo Normans) then move on to the Ulste
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  • ...ies give a range of translations, so what to put in [[British and American English]]? [[User:Ro Thorpe|Ro Thorpe]] 22:06, 26 April 2009 (UTC) ...first paragraph of the article, a clear statement such as exists in the WP English article about it: "While some studies, including Benveniste's, have claimed
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  • ...s undergraduate education in the UK. After English language education at [[American University]], he took a master's degree in civil engineering at [[George Wa
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  • ...bruary, 1940) was a [[philologist]] specialized in early-modern and modern English. He was a [[Shakespeare]] scholar and wrote a number of influential books a ...he founded the institute of ''Amerikanistik und Anglistik'' (American and English Studies). In 1914 Brandl undersigned the [[Manifesto of the 93]].
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  • ...l Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry</ref>) or '''aluminum''' ([[American English]]) is a [[Chemical elements|chemical element]], having the [[chemical symb
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  • '''Collectables''', or, in American English, ''collectibles'', are items of human manufacture considered worth keeping.
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  • *[[Peter Agre]], (1949-), American chemist and doctor, 2003 [[Nobel Prize in Chemistry]] *[[Arthur Aikin]], (1773&ndash;1855), English chemist and mineralogist
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  • ...Welsh-, Cornish-, etc.-language authors off in their own categories), or "English-language literature" (with Mark Twain, V.S. Naipaul, etc.)? ...Japanese Lit."), though their "English Literature" article covers works in English by authors from all the British Isles, including Ireland. Then they have "
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  • ...liar to the American buying public that they should not be translated into English for descriptiveness purposes." This test is also applied by courts to deter ...Federal Circuit specifically found that "it is improbable that the average American purchaser would stop and translate '[[wikt:veuve|VEUVE]]' into '[[widow]]'"
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  • The '''Comité International des Poids et Mesures''' (in American English: ''International Committee for Weights and Measures''), abbreviated '''CIPM
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  • The list at present is rather U.S./North American oriented, so lists that cover other areas of the world would be particularl * [http://cfp.english.upenn.edu/ CFP U-Penn] (English and American Literature and Culture)
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  • ...of years ago by Native Americans. Permanent European settlement began with English settlers at Jamestown in 1607. Tobacco emerged as a profitable export crop ...United States which won their independence from Great Britain during the [[American Revolution]], Virginia produced more national leaders than any state, inclu
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  • ...(mainly epistemology, logic, and metaphysics), Latin American history, and English syntax. I've studied these areas extensively and I hope to use my knowledge
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  • ...cles]]. There is a bug that is not displaying George W. Bush and American English correctly. [[User:Matt Mahlmann|Matt Mahlmann]] 17:21, 2 November 2007 (CDT ...want to then put into the new template would be something like: "Bob Cane, American, September 23, 1940—December 13, 2005" In other words, we could take all
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  • The '''elevator''' or '''lift''' (in American and Commonwealth English, respectively), is a mechanical device used for vertical transport. There a
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  • *Native English and Spanish speaker. *Studied at the American School Foundation in Mexico City.
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  • '''Abraham Flexner''' (1866-1959 ) was an [[United States of America|American]] [[educator]] and [[author]] whose advocacy of [[higher education]] fundam *The American College (1908)
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  • I'm inclined to think this should be in American English--surely we eat many more hot dogs than you do "across the pond," no? ...iant be set by topic and this was shouted down. The article is in Scottish English because that's the variant that I speak, write, was taught and now teach.
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  • ...Carnes. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. Copyright © 1999 by the American Council of Learned Societies.] | language = English
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  • ...ntry England), and "English-language literature" (which would also include American, Aussie, Trinidadian, etc.) would all work. So would, say, "Science fiction ..., that wouldn't be necessary; at worst you'd have to merge the articles on American, British, Aussie, Caribbean, etc., lit. into one article, not change hundre
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  • Should be moved to English: WP calls it [[Vienna New Year's Concert]]. [[User:Ro Thorpe|Ro Thorpe]] 12 ...east, this is my opinion. CZ should try to avoid being to English, or even American, centered.) This is the only clear and consequent strategy. Of course, I al
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  • ...e to define standardised language forms either generally (what is Standard English?) or for specific purposes (what style and register is appropriate in an en ...'s Modern English Usage|English Usage]]'' defined the standard for British English for much of the 20th century. The ''Duden'' grammar has a similar status f
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  • ...riting and editing for newspapers in Texas and in Ohio. He holds an MAT in English from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. ...rs he has been a co-presenter at the NCTE (National Council of Teachers of English) conventions in Nashville (2006: Prose techniques in the public classroom)
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  • == English literature == ...ted [[Richard Poirier]], and some of his lectures involved Twain and other Americans. (He insisted, by the way, that for a ''nom de plume'', the FULL name HAD
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  • ...e ended in divorce. She then married Ernest Simpson, a half-English, half-American shipping executive. A scant three years later, Thelma, Lady Furness, a mis
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} * {{search link|"killometer"|killometer|ns0|ns14|ns100}} is [[American English]]
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  • {{r|Australian English}} {{r|British and American English}}
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  • '''Diarrhea''' (sometimes [[British and American English#ae and oe become e|spelled]] '''diarrhoea''') is "an increased liquidity or ...diction rule for evaluating patients with abdominal pain and diarrhea. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 26, no. 4:450-453. {{doi|10.1016/j.ajem.2007.
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  • ...ation Singaporean, American-educated homeschool graduate currently reading English language and literature after a 5-year hiatus from high school. ...an to promote awareness e.g. I translate the ancient Chinese classics into English.
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  • ...nguage|Written]] [[English language|English]] uses the [[Roman alphabet]]. English writing consists of a [[morphophonology|morphophonemic]] [[alphabet]] with ...cent [[loanword|foreign origin]], or to emphasise [[words]] or phrases. In English orthography, this is achieved by ''italics'', '''bold''' or CAPITAL letters
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  • ===Native American=== {{r|British and American English}}
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} ...h (e.g. [[Nirvana (band)|Nirvana]]'s album, ''[[Nevermind]]'', cf. British English ''[[Never Mind the Bollocks Here's the Sex Pistols]]'')
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  • ...tate)|Ireland]], and maizemeal in [[East Africa]]. Speakers of [[American English]] understand the word ''porridge'' but generally do not employ it, referrin
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  • ...ou use Brit. English, then you use 'single quotes' and if you use American English you use "double quotes" -- that's just the way it is. :( [[User:Hayford Pei ...ists like the Churchlands and liberal naturalists like Michael Martin [the American one]). [[User:Tom Morris|Tom Morris]] 16:22, 8 March 2011 (UTC)
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  • ...America | ELCA]]. He holds a bachelor of arts degree ([[cum laude]]) in [[English]] and [[Theater | Theatre Arts]]. In 1996 Jon entered [[Luther Seminary]] t ...rhard Forde]]. Jon has also greatly enjoyed being a student of English and American literature, and modern poetry. Jon feels his primary interest and calling i
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  • ...or [[household]] consumption. <ref>The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition Houghton Mifflin Company 2000 </ref> Bartley, Jennifer R. Designing the New Kitchen Garden: An American Potager Handbook. Timber Press: Portland, 2006. ISBN 978-0-88192-772-6
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  • ...h short [[vowel]]s; cf. Barack Obama's surname, [oʊbɑ:mə] in [[American English]].</ref> (小浜市 ''Obama-shi''<ref>Literally 'little beach'.</ref>) is a
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  • ...is. New York has always been a [[melting pot]], and it has large groups of Americans with Jewish, Irish, German, Italian or Hispanic descent. In 2005, nearly 1 ...nquered the city and renamed it "New York" after the [[James II of England|English Duke of York and Albany]].<ref>{{cite book |title=The Historical Atlas of N
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  • ...opolis. New York has always been a melting pot, and it has large groups of Americans with Jewish, Irish, German, Italian or Hispanic descent. In 2005, nearly 1 ...nquered the city and renamed it "New York" after the [[James II of England|English Duke of York and Albany]].<ref>{{cite book |title=The Historical Atlas of N
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} BrE '''cátalógue''': see [[British and American English]] for more examples: AmE '''cátalog
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  • ...ructure, such as a roof. From: ''The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language'', Fourth Edition. Copyright© 2006, 2000 by Houghton Mifflin Comp
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  • ...his tales of [[mystery]] and of the [[macabre]], Poe was one of the early American practitioners of the [[short story]], the first writer of [[detective ficti
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  • (undent) Of course it's confusing. American lawyers helped define it. :-) ...nated it at roughly the same time, but it does have the flavor of American English.
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  • (From The New Oxford American Dictionary in English Dictionaries & Thesauruses)
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  • {{r|American Cryonics Society}} {{r|British and American English}}
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  • ...to [[Data_visualisation]] and change the metadata to show it using British English instead? Just drop a note on my Discussion/Talk page so I'll know if that' ...the UK, but ''-is-'' is more common. Actually ''-iz-'' came first and the Americans retained it. There's a tendency to [[hypercorrection|hypercorrect]] in som
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  • ...harvest by English colonists, coupled with a peaceful feast with [[Native American]]s
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  • ...tp://www.u.arizona.edu/~smusser/ljtranslation.html Sonja Musser Golladay's English Translation of Alfonso X's Book of Games]. Retrieved 11 December 2006</ref> ...g style became typical for the time.<ref>[http://www.worldchessnetwork.com/English/chessHistory/salute/matchesTournaments/london1851.php Chess history.] ''wor
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  • ...y intended as help, I note that the Metadata sheet indicates that American English (AE) will be used. If that was your intent, then the word "programme" in th
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  • ...of Teachers, American Educator (1977-1983); resigned as director of [[U.S. English]] (1987-1988) over prejudice of the founder; Republican candidate for U.S.
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  • ...wers for drafts, especially people who don't necessarily think in American English.
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  • ...as a legal document, a sentence that requires several citation is not good English writing style. If the sentence has that many distinct concepts, most editor :::::It strikes me as reasonable English scholarly writing. I've written and edited a number of books, and I would h
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  • ...Bowles''' (9 February, 1826-16 January, 1878) was an American [[History of American newspapers|journalist]] based in in [[Springfield, Massachusetts]]. During the controversies affecting slavery and resulting in the [[American Civil War]], Bowles supported, in general, the [[Whig Party]] and [[U.S. Re
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  • * In 1849 by Dudgeon into English from the 5th edition. London, Headland. * In 1836 the 1st American from the British translation of 1833 was published by the Allentown Academy
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  • ...glish, in line with CZ policy as the article was in that variant. Could an American check it over please? --[[User:Martin Baldwin-Edwards|Martin Baldwin-Edward I have nothing further to add to this article. I hope that an ''American'' who is familiar with the subject will check it out and correct any inaccu
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  • ...n the sounds and their dfferent spellings, differences between British and American - all done with my accent system, as an alternative to the IPA - though of Oxford 1974 says candidayt is the normal American pronunciation: if that's still so, it will have to come out. [[User:Ro Thor
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  • ...ng up the metric figure" thats because the article was written in american english, therefore metric was the unit to be converted to. The template displayed t
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  • '''California Breed''' is an English-American hard rock band founded in [[Los Angeles]], [[California]], comprising of si
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  • ...''tun'' and ''tonne'' in [[French language|French]] and [[English language|English]]. In the evolution of both of those languages, ''tun'' and ''tonne'' origi
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  • * '''[[Bull-Boxer|American Bull Boxer]]''' ([[American Bulldog]]/[[boxer (dog)|Boxer]]) * '''EngAm Bulldog''' ([[American Bulldog]]/[[English Bulldog]])
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  • I'm familiar with metric sockets, Allen drives, etc. on an English socket shaft system, but could someone insert the size of the standard metr ...me imperial is the standard word in America too? Or are they always called English in America? That would be rather ironic, seeing as they are hardly even use
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  • ...rt syllables (e.g., in Latin); some count alliterating words (e.g., in Old English); and some, in languages like Chinese in which words have formalized tones, ...a rhythm that conforms exactly to the poem's overall metrical pattern. In English poetry, for example, over the centuries poets and readers have worked out a
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  • ...(letter)|X]], as is the case for instance in the [[English alphabet]]. Its English name is pronounced [ˈdʌbl̩ ˈjuː], ''double-U'', even though in most wr ==Use in English==
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  • ...//www.bartleby.com/68/79/5379.html The Columbia Guide to Standard American English]'' (Columbia, 1993). :::I'm a Fowler's ''Modern English Usage'', Second Edition, guy myself. (I note that my ''New York Times Manua
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  • {{rpl|American Civil War}} {{rpl|English Civil War}}
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  • ...yphenated version tends to be the British and non-hyphenated the American* English. Counterinsurgency, however, is rarely hyphenated. I happen to think, espec
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  • ...lay, Alan. ''The Indian Slave Trade: The Rise of the English Empire in the American South, 1670-1717''. Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-10193-7. (2002) *Milanich, Jerald T. ''Earliest Hispanic/Native American interactions in the American Southeast''. Garland. ISBN 0824019512 (1991)
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  • ...State Shenango. His research interests include English, Irish, and North American literature and culture in the long 18th century, the early-modern history o ...University of North Carolina Press, for the Omohundro Institute for Early American History and Culture, 2001.
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  • ...lay, Alan. ''The Indian Slave Trade: The Rise of the English Empire in the American South, 1670-1717''. Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-10193-7. (2002)
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  • ...U.K. English spelling hallowe'en; (4) the growing popularity of "Halloween American-style over the last 10 years in U.K.; (5) Halloween is the second most popu
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} '''ónto''' *óntû, weak form *óntə, now British as well as American English<ref>Chambers 12th ed. p. 1075, '''on'''.</ref>
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  • ...wn voice and to decide how best to present their ideas. Either American or English spelling and grammar is acceptable although one or the other must be used c
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  • ...o all biscuits as cookies. So, in that sense, the article is correct. What Americans call cookies we call biscuits. But we also use 'cookies' to refer to a spe ...hem in a cup of tea. If you like American-style cookies, you have to go to American chain fast food places like Subway to get them baked right, otherwise they
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  • # '''[[American Civil War]]''' # [[American Revolutionary War]]
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  • ...ls it '''Cochin China'''. Ditto '''The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language''', another pretty good source. Ditto '''The Concise Oxford Dictio ...uthoritative about foreign words. My preference would to find a Vietnamese-English source, or at least some source that is specifically concerned with naming,
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  • |language = English '''''California Breed''''' is the debut eponymous studio album by English-American rock band [[California Breed]]. The album was released on 19 May 2014, and
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  • ===Native American=== {{r|American Civil War}}
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  • ==Use in English== {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}}
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  • ...for 'opposition to immigration' based on fears the immigrants do not share American values. It can be misleading to apply the term in other countries, especial ...cieties were more technologically advanced than native populations &mdash; English immigration to North America, for example, displacing Indians. Also Germans
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  • :'Did you just join?' is American English and this needs to be neutral. Just arrived? - or is that too Brit? Newcomer
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} ...ur''' ''4'', '''fŏre''' ''front''; this pronunciation is used in American English for British '''fór'''-
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  • ...old subs. I have never heard of subs outside the US so I assume this is an American term. [[User:Chris Day|Chris Day]] [[User talk:Chris Day|(talk)]] 09:21, 20 :::::Or where American influence has spread... Ireland's Subway delis sell subs; pretty much every
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  • ...cinema'' (most often used in [[Commonwealth English]]) or ''movies'' (the American term, which is popular around the globe thanks to the far-reaching influenc
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  • ...digital.library.pitt.edu/cgi-bin/t/text/pageviewer-idx?c=nietz;cc=nietz;q1=american%20spelling%20book;rgn=full%20text;idno=00acf7166m;didno=00acf7166m;view=ima ...ed. [Preface to the 1828 edition of Webster's ''American Dictionary of the English Language'']
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  • {{rpr|British and American English}} (7 Apr) ...ed. Should this fail to produce a winner, the article appearing ''first by English alphabetical order'' is used.<br />
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  • ...ta/index.html] - statement of civil rights and fundamental document of the English constitution. 1588 [[Thomas Hobbes]] (1588-1679) English philosopher, conditional defender of [[monarchy]] as the source of civic or
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  • ...rt syllables (e.g., in Latin); some count alliterating words (e.g., in Old English); and some, in languages like Chinese in which words have formalized tones, ...a rhythm that conforms exactly to the poem's overall metrical pattern. In English poetry, for example, over the centuries poets and readers have worked out a
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  • {{rpl|American literature}} {{rpl|English literature}}
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  • ...ly avoid sentences where they would have to indicate grammatical number (''American Heritage Dictionary''). The ''Britannica Concise Encyclopedia'' uses Nether ...people who used to speak this dialect have given it up and now only speak English, there are still some tiny pockets of German speakers left within the most
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  • ...eking practice: The American movement (starting with the Fox sisters), the English movement (with the SPR research) and the modern Brazilian movement.
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  • ...essive and generally effective foreign policy. Cromwell did as much as any English ruler to shape the future of the land he governed, but his Commonwealth col ...s father, Robert Cromwell, and his mother, Elizabeth Steward, were typical English country gentlefolk. His father was a younger son of a family founded by Tho
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  • ...'[[A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court]]''. During and after the [[American Civil War]], its popular meaning expanded to include any Northerner or resi ...erives from the Northeastern Native American approximation of the words ''English'' and ''Anglais''. <ref>"yankee, n and a" OED <http://dictionary.oed.com/cg
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  • ...cholarly work done on [http://www.amazon.com/Quaker-Aesthetics-Reflections-American-Consumption/dp/0812236920/ref=sr_1_1/002-3913059-9393623?ie=UTF8&s=books&qi ...I notice that the article is now written in a mix of American and British English. Apart from that, it is still fairly disorganised, and I may work further
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  • ...prefer the title "differential quotient"? I haven't studied mathematics in English for some time, but I still feel that "derivative" is the more common name. ...atics. It may, indeed, be linguistic. From the 1960s, I still have several American calculus textbooks, and none appear to use the term. While I think I unders
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  • ...8, 1807 in Deerfield, Mass. - July 10/11, 1865 in Florence, Italy), was an American historian, lawyer, journalist, novelist, reformer, anti-slavery activist, a ...emy, N.H., where he also taught English, ancient and modern and especially American history, and chemistry. In 1825, Hosea Hildreth was ordained as priest by [
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  • ...ther collections of material in a given language or national tradition ("[[English literature]]"), visual texts such as [[video]] and [[illustration]], and pu ...teenth century. The ''[[Oxford English Dictionary]]'' (''OED'') traces the English word itself back to the 1200s (when it described familiarity with classical
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  • * Bloom, H. (2004). American naturalism. Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers. * Bergman, S. (1995). Anonymity : the secret life of an American family (Warner Books ed.). New York, NY: Warner Books.
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  • ...ɪ.kəʊ ˌbrɑː.hi]}} or {{IPA|[ˌtʌɪ.kəʊ ˌbrɑː.ə]}} in British English. The original Danish name '''Tyge Ottesen Brahe''' is pronounced in Modern ...- Full digital facsimile, the Royal Library, Denmark. Includes Danish and English translations.
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  • ...d Jews to be generally moronic as compared to the native born Americans of English stock. Meanwhile, the Italian and Jews also tended to have those hooked nos I agree. and that's why I started that last section. You see, in 1947 an American geneticist Sheldon Reed coined the term genetic counseling - that differes
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  • ...al.lib.purdue.edu/ccs-purdue.html . Tötösy is fluent in written and oral English, German, French, and Hungarian, has reading knowledge of Latin, limited Spa
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  • *The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Third Edition, a pretty hefty book of 1992, weighs in with "''n.
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  • ...a D. Nelson''' (born 1959) is the Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of English }}</ref> at [[Vanderbilt University]] and a [[American progressivism|progressive]] advocate for democratic political reform. She i
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  • ...or the Earth's moon, just as it is the Earth and not the earth. Unhappily, Americans and Brits are ignorant of the function of proper nouns, which is to avoid ...als and their ruthless weeding away by, particularly, English editors, not American. I think he may cite the EB of a certain edition as being a particularly e
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  • ...New International Version and New Revised Standard Version, go with proper English, "he"; "him". As a matter of style, I would choose the latter, while of co ...nd_usage|official style guide]]: the Chicago Manual of Style (for American English, anyway, which seems most appropriate for this article). I was quite surpri
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  • [[Image:Asl-i-love-you.jpg|thumb|left|250px|''I love you'' in [[American Sign Language]].]] ...nglish]]. Examples of well-established individual sign languages include [[American Sign Language]] (ASL) and [[British Sign Language]] (BSL), but many more ex
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  • ...e has never been used in a perjorative fashion. (Ever.) Furthermore, the [[American Oriental Society]] is one of the oldest and most respected academic organiz ...uct of a political movement that sought "victim" and "minority" status for Americans of East Asian descent. This movement has expanded unchallenged because the
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  • ...tian Era" are either "AD"<ref>''Oxford Pocket Dictionary and Thesaurus,'' (American ed.) (1997), New York: Oxford University Press, s.v. "A.D.".</ref> or "CE". ...Style Guide | accessmonthday = September 9 | accessyear = 2006 | author = American Anthropological Society | month = January | year = 2003 }}</ref>
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  • ...rights promotions. Along with [[Jane Addams]], she was the most prominent American woman of the 20th century. ...to Allenswood Academy, a finishing school for young, wealthy American and English women. Under the tutelage of headmistress, Marie Souvestre, Eleanor develop
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} ...a hypercorrect [[spelling pronunciation]] '''hr''' not heard elsewhere in English—though this is comparable to people with names like '''Mahmoôd''' having
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  • ...version for the title; presumably, the one in more common usage by native English-speaking scientists. --[[User:Larry Sanger|Larry Sanger]] 18:58, 18 March 2 ...T, MacPhail P, Pietrangelo A |title=Iron overload in Africans and African-Americans and a common mutation in the SCL40A1 (ferroportin 1) gene |journal=Blood C
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  • ...this years ago at http://en.citizendium.org/wiki/Talk:British_and_American_English/Archive_1#wallet -- unless I am really wrong about this, I will switch the :You say wallet, I say wallet, who says pocketbook? Americans, I thought. I may have heard it on the radio/TV a couple of times.
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  • ::Came back to join the Americans, and oooh, [[user:Tom Morris|Tom]], ''yes, we have no [[pineapple|ananas]] ...ticle. But, on the side, wouldn't you say that this phrase has entered the English language? I see it all the time: "So-and-so is the Manchurian Candidate of
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  • ...l articles in which the photo appears to the [http://www.amphilsoc.org The American Philosophical Society Library], see http://www.amphilsoc.org/library/rights ...emplate has been placed, a copy or link to the article must be sent to The American Philosophical Society Library and a statement that this was done must be ma
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  • Higher-capacity multiplexing also was used in digital telephony. The North American hierarchy of speeds was called the [[plesisochronous digital hierarchy]] (P ...anies (commonly abbreviated to ''[[Telephone company|telco]]'' in American English) are in competition to provide [[telephone]] services. Some of them are inc
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  • ...since you refer to UK law, did you want the language variant to be British English?
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  • ...II]] (1165-1223, reigning 1180-1223) provoked quarrels with two different English Kings - Richard I and his brother John - and when John refused to attend Ph ...oner and burnt at the stake in [[Rouen]] on charges of heresy in 1431, the English steadily lost ground and when the war finally came to a close in 1453, the
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} '''[[ABBA|Ábba]]''', normal name case in English;<ref>[http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/music/4366574.stm Abba win '
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  • ...s 10,000 years ago. Some have used these observations to conclude that the American lion was a New World tiger species. ...[[The Tyger]]", ''Songs of Experience''. The most anthologized poem in the English language.</small>
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  • ...[[slavery]], and is an icon of American values. With a profound sense of American history, unswerving commitment to republican ideals, and an almost Shakespe a vision of a new birth of freedom for the American nation. The destruction of the [[Confederate States of America|Confederacy]
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  • |familycolor=American ...oanword "automobile," with the {{IPA|/ɔ/}} sound and {{IPA|/b/}} sound of English.
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  • Below that is Language Variant -- you put in AE for American English ...s. In other words, the "definition" for Lyndon B. Johnson, say, might be: "American politician from Texas who was first a Senator and then the President after
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  • ...f [[Canada]] from the time of [[Europe]]an settlement to the time of the [[American Revolution]]. Spain and France made some early attempts at colonizing Flor ...]] of [[Pennsylvania]], the [[Puritans]] of [[New England]], the [[England|English]] at [[Jamestown]], [[Virginia]], and others&mdash;each group came to the n
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  • ...linked to Manchester's emergence as the world's first industrial city. The English chemist [[John Dalton]], together with Manchester businessmen and industria ...Archaeology; Art History; Classics and Ancient History; Drama; English and American Studies; History; Music; and Religions and Theology). The other Schools are
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  • The '''Church of Scientology''' is a religion founded in 1953 by American [[L. Ron Hubbard]] (1911-1986), as an evolution of [[Dianetics]]. The Chur ...as translated many of its materials into many languages to accommodate non-English speaking adherents.
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  • ...y English multi-instrumentalist and producer David Bendeth, featuring star American session musicians; bass player Marcus Miller, and drummer Billy Cobham.
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  • ...o as a Politics Editor, and one perhaps a bit more familiar with American English naming, I object to moving this to Tea Party. Get a third politics editor. ...ots, where does this fit? If the New Yorker is correct on the funding of [[Americans for Prosperity]], is that truly grassroots? Incidentally, I absolutely ag
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  • ...te=2014|title=Renaissance|url=http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/Renaissance?q=Renaissance|work=Oxford Dictionaries|publisher=Oxford Univers ...the new cultural life that earlier had raised Italian, Spanish, French and English to the rank of the classical languages. But humanism flourished in the nort
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  • ...<br/>American colonies<ref> Source: Miller and Smith, eds. ''Dictionary of American Slavery'' (1988) p . 678</ref> ...r: Debates on Slave Societies and Natural Increase in the Americas," ''The American Historical Review'' Dec. 2000 105:5 [http://www.historycooperative.org/jour
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  • ''The discussion above is copied from the talk page "Roast turkey (American)". It took place after the content of the main page was moved to ''The discussion below is the discussion after the page "Roast turkey (American) was moved/copied to "Roast turkey".''
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  • {{rpr|American Revolution, naval history}} 1113 {{rpr|World War I, American Entry}} 1023
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  • Do you agree with [[Differences between British and American English]] as a title? I've asked Hayford also. Anyone else you think I should ask?
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  • ...n by airplane was a first major ‘race’ of world aviation. In 1913, the English newspaper ''Daily Mail'' offered a £10,000 prize to the first pilots to fl ...ook off from Newfoundland on May 16. The planes prevailed upon a series of American naval ships positioned at fifty mile intervals, as well as the Azores in th
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  • ...ary.reference.com/browse/geography The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition, Houghton Mifflin Company] </ref> The four histori *[[William Morris Davis]] (1850-1934) - father of American geography and developer of the cycle of erosion
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  • ...the [[American Bible Society]]. The translators were missionaries of the [[American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions]], including Hiram Bingham, [[A ...nderstand form, much in the way that the [[New Living Translation]] of the english bible is.
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  • ...e discrepant than the regional modalities of Standard English (as British, American, Canadian, Australian...), so they remain fully and easily understandable f ...t<br>pronunciation <br>([[IPA]]) || standard default<br>pronunciation <br>(English<br>approximate equivalent) || alternative, standard regional<br>pronunciati
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  • |language = English '''''Led Zeppelin''''' is the eponymous debut album of [[England|English]] [[Rock music|rock]] band [[Led Zeppelin]]. It was recorded in October 196
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  • ...tion."<ref>From the back flap of the dust jacket of the Walker and Company American edition of ''The Conspirators'', New York, 1967</ref></blockquote> ...featuring another much more minor series character, Paul Martiny.</ref> an American semi-colleague who clearly works for the unnamed [[CIA]], and with Mortimer
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  • ...ards and oil refineries. He worked well with [[Dwight D. Eisenhower]], the American general in overall command of the invasion of France that was launched succ ...ative politician. He married Jennie Jerome (1854–1921), the daughter of American millionaire Leonard Jerome. The parents' marriage faltered, in part becaus
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  • ...eymour Martin Lipset''' (March 18, 1922 - December 31, 2006) was a leading American [[political science|political scientist]] and [[sociology|sociologist]]. Hi ...dies Gold Medal, and the Leon Epstein Prize in Comparative Politics by the American Political Science Association. He has received the Marshall Sklare Award fo
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  • ...ok the place&mdash;as the generic name for bread&mdash;of ''hlaf'' (modern English ''loaf''), which appears to be the oldest [[Teutonic]] name; [[Old High Ger ...|Chinese]] ''bò bǐng'', [[Scotland|Scottish]] ''[[oatcake]]'', [[North American]] ''[[johnnycake]]'', and [[Ethiopia]]n ''[[injera]]''. The basic flat bre
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  • ...2. American and British forces contended for Maine's territory during the American Revolution and the War of 1812. Because it was physically separated from t ...ost point, is claimed by both the U.S. and Canada and is one of five North American land areas whose sovereignty is still in dispute. Also in this easternmost
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  • ...''all'' "white" horses) actually grey. Other varieties of horses, like the American [[Mustang (horse)|mustang]] are noted to come in all patterns and colors [h ...nd "sorrel" carries over to breeds that are most typically used for either English or Western styles of riding - so that the [[quarter horse]]s so popular for
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  • ...Saxon literature ([[England|English]] and [[United States of America|North American]]) uses the same symbol for the complex [[differential form]] related to th
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  • ...Glóster and *Wùster. (''The accents show stress and pronunciation, see [[English spellings]]; there is also a key at the foot of this page; * is placed befo '''chéck''' ''verify'' = [[British English|BrE]] '''chéque''' ''money
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  • ...gies to improve education (03/11/2008), I wrote something just for him (in english !). No reply. When a week later I asked him news about my work, he replied: ...ica? Or one of the numerous other towns with the same name. We should use English (or other languages, when we get Citoyendium en Français) to make distinct
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  • ...part of Eurasia. Traditionally, Orient was not a European word. It was an English word. ...may be spoke around the world, the English language is still ... well ... English. [[User:Will Nesbitt|Will Nesbitt]] 11:14, 3 July 2007 (CDT)
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  • ...use the genitive (no ending s) for the name. Should one not use a quote in English: Friedrich Wilhelm's University as the proper translation of Friedrich Wilh ...les to make this case a clear one. For instance, one might also go for the English variant of the king's name, ending up with [[Frederick William University]]
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  • ...le, but -- and this is no criticism -- it needs to be translated into pure English prose. I will now give it a try. If I am uncertain as to an exact meaning o ...ng and syntax, as I am Spanish, and I do not have enough experience in the English language.'''''
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  • :::::At least in American English, "so-called" has a distinctly negative implication, suggesting the term is ...*feeling* that "soi-disant" is a little more neutral. To avoid problems in English, however, I would try to avoid this usage unless you're very clear in your
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  • ...dash; but I'm not sure that your claim is true; there are many millions of English-speakers in India, for example, whose usage of "god" would be primarily the ...n.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_language#Geographical_distribution ''native'' English speakers] almost always mean the Christian God when they use the word "God.
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  • ...he article which started as "Roast turkey" and was moved to "Roast turkey (American). == Mary, CZ articles are not written just for American readers ==
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  • ...to be a serious under count with Scots Irish at 27 million) [[Scots-Irish American|Scots-Irish]] ...r_name=ACS_2004_EST_G00_DP2&-ds_name=ACS_2004_EST_G00_&-_lang=en&-_sse=on] American Community Survey 2004 by the US Census Bureau estimates 5,752,571 people cl
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  • ...definition, perhaps, after dinner. Crisps are potato-based snacks found in English pubs, hmm... [[User:Ro Thorpe|Ro Thorpe]] 18:15, 3 June 2009 (UTC) ...[[Chemical elements]] purely from the viewpoint of grammar and use of the English language? Then let us have your opinion [[Talk:Chemical_elements#The_artic
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  • ...each view/sense of the word, and CZ should best the dictionary. My handy American Heritage 4th edition reads: &mdash; The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition. Copyright© 2006, 2000 by Houghton Mifflin Compan
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  • ...t there is no God or gods. 2. Godlessness; immorality." {{ref harvard|AHD|American Heritage Dictionary 2000|none}} English versions of the epistle usually translate ''αθεοι'' as "[those who are
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  • ...Pharaoh’s servant whose dream Joseph interprets has been translated into English as the chief butler.'' ...ike it is reading too much into the fact that, among the literal scores of English Bible translations, just ''one'' uses ''dynamic equivalence'' to translate
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  • ...to be Article of the Week, could someone please copyedit it into American English? For example, the picture by da Vinci is described in the undertext initial ...his article's usages of 'single quotes' and "double quotes". I know of no American style that uses 'single quotes', except for "making 'quotes within quotes',
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  • ...rely American invention. It can be debated who and when, but not that it's American. Sure, ground beef has been around in many cultures, ditto for sausages, bu ::See http://www.americanheritage.com/articles/magazine/ah/2006/4/2006_4_38_print.shtml and see the i
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  • {{seealso|American nationalism}} ...ations, was created based on shared ideology rather than shared history. [[American nationalism]] is a subset of this belief system, a subset that affects nati
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  • ...me could be worse]</ref> a self-chosen name based on a [[Southern American English|Texas pronunciation]] of "W". ...rer the grave, I guess.... (Had a good red wine *between* martinis -- only American barbarians drink martinis with their meals. Although I *did* take a v. sop
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  • ...nology]]; and public interest. In the process, he presents a synthesis of American history in the domains of technological advances, consequences of those adv ...and organization (he refers to them as ’awakenings’) have occurred in American history, each greatly influencing the political process and leading to majo
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  • ...r=Johnson, Dirk|date=Summer 2005|publisher=Hampden-Sydney College|language=English}}</ref> ...ate =|work=Historical Frankfurt|publisher=Tourismus+Congress GmbH|language=English}}</ref> After WWII, the IG Farben Building served as the headquarters for t
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  • ...onesia. It is actually in Old Javanese but someone, an American who taught English in Java thought it was in Sanskrit. Why? Because his sources, who were Indo ...to the plural, although I realize this may have been too nuanced a use of English for some.
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  • ...ي; April 21, 1971 - September 30, 2011) was an [[United States of America|American]]-born [[radical Islam|radical Islamist]] spiritual leader with ties to [[a ..."example of al-Qaeda reach into" the United States...[who] speaks to North Americans better than anybody else" overseas.
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  • ...Z, and "Neutral" in proportion of knowledge among an English-only (or even American-only?!) speaking general public). ...And we don't use the neologisms "NPOV" and "POV"; we use the old-fashioned English words "neutral" and "biased." And we actually take the neutrality policy se
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  • ...nt against homeopathic principles of using the [[body's wisdom]]. (It's an Americanism, as best I know, but the usual euphemism for neutering a feline is "fixi ...the plural of people is peoples (now accepted by both Websters and Oxford English Dictionaries)?&mdash;[[User:Ramanand Jhingade|Ramanand Jhingade]] 23:39, 4
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  • ...es on homeopathy that was being published that same day in the prestigious English journal ''Nature''. It was the ''Le Monde'' article, actually called ''"La ...by [[Jacques Benveniste]] and his colleagues, published in the prestigious English journal ''Nature'' in June of 1998. Benveniste purportedly discovered that
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  • ...on that takes Americans to Bosnia to do volunteer work, including teaching English and restoring cultural sites. Latest site: the ancient library in the Fran
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  • and Astronomy Research Council | language = English | accessdate = title = Electromagnetic Spectrum | publisher = NASA | language = English
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  • ...German, English, Italian and Belgian local History), Russian, Chinese and American History, and in cinema studies (with a special dedication to Law & Cinema a
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  • ...the United States the GSD is the third most popular dog registered by the American Kennel Club with 43,575 registrations.<ref>[http://www.akc.org/reg/dogreg_s ...now as the ''Alsatian Wolf Dog'' throughout the commonwealth. In 1919, the English Kennel Club gave the breed an official breed registry name of Alsatian Wol
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  • ...and some topics need particular units &mdash; acres and sections for North American farms, mu,li and jing for some Chinese topics, troy ounces for precious met ...ts. However, most of the english speakers with access to the internet, are americans. Instead of picking faveorites, we should use both, with the primary being
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  • ===Chapter V. Book II. Of the use which the Americans make of public associations in civil life=== ...moral, serious, futile, general or restricted, enormous or diminutive. The Americans make associations to give entertainments, to found seminaries, to build in
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  • ...lly. I have plenty of time and patience. I used to teach Arabs and Koreans English. (Granted, that was much easier...) [[User:Ro Thorpe|Ro Thorpe]] 01:18, 10 I know that American typography uses '''emdashes''' without spaces&mdash;like this&mdash;though
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  • ...of the meanings of a word or phrase" (American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 4th ed.). The phrase 'chemical element' has two meanings, as stat ...lish. Please consider combining them both in one reference or choosing the English version only. [[User:Milton Beychok|Milton Beychok]] 03:33, 18 February 201
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  • ...language|Afrikaans]], [[Frisian language|Frisian]] and [[English language|English]]) did not. Modern Standard German (or ''Hochdeutsch'') derives largely fro !English
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  • ...N a person be sued? Almost anyone can be sued at any time--that's been the American way for 300 years. Will the plaintiff win? Not in a fair use suit against a ...olarship. Scots Law is based on completely different legal principles from English common law [it is closer to European traditions] and also has completely di
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  • ...hrit"/> the name of a pre-Christian winter festival from which the current English word "Yule" is derived. ...on for Christ.<ref>[http://www.askoxford.com/pressroom/archive/xmas Oxford English Dictionary]</ref>
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  • ...vement and the Civil Rights Movement, they make considerable change to the American political landscape. ...e whole ID issue is not taken seriously in Europe. We tend to see it as an American problem, specifically connected to the peculiar religions which seem to pre
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  • ...rry is a Democratic Senator" or "Senator Kerry is a Democrat," is standard American usage, while "Kerry is a Democrat Senator" is controversial. ...006).</ref> The earliest known use of the term, according to the ''Oxford English Dictionary'', was in Britain in 1890: "Whether a little farmer...is going t
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  • ...www.pbs.org/saf/1210/video/watchonline.htm Videos] - [[PBS]], [[Scientific American Frontiers]] Web Feature</ref><ref>[http://www.theness.com/articles.asp?id=1 ...>[http://jama.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/abstract/292/23/2868 Journal of the American Medical Association]</ref><ref>{{cite web | title= Ayurveda under the scann
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  • ...merican, '''AuE''' - Australian, '''BE''' - British or '''CE''' - Canadian English.
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  • ...the [[Boston Red Sox]] ([[baseball]]) and the [[New England Patriots]] ([[American football]]).
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  • ...the 24 approved specialty boards (145 specialty and subspecialties) of the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) that an MD has achieved expertise in a ...eopathic pathologist who did a residency under the traditional allopathic American College of Pathology.--[[User:Howard C. Berkowitz|Howard C. Berkowitz]] 02:
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  • ...lications of the American Dialect Society, 1955, 23:3-34.</ref> In modern English vernacular, marbles have taken on various figurative meanings. To "lose on
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  • * Brecher, Frank W. ''Losing a Continent: France's North American Policy, 1753-1763'' (1998);; ...le Vidal, "Making New France New Again: French historians rediscover their American past," ''Common-Place'' (July 2007) v 7 #4 [http://www.common-place.org/vol
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  • ...t may be an alternate form of a phoneme, such as /t/ in [[English language|English]]. The glottal stop, or closure, may briefly halt the [[pulmonic airstream ...glottal stop for many speakers, such as users of [[Cockney]] and [[Estuary English]] in [[London]] and the south-east of [[England]]; in other words, [t], [ʔ
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  • ...ies, the [[Philippine Revolution]] against [[Spain]], and the [[Philippine-American War]] during U.S. occupation. ...ignificant culture; many Filipinos still speak Spanish as well as Tagalog, English and local languages.
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  • ...president of the [http://www.historians.org/info/AHA_History/lastname.htm American Historical Association], serving in 1981. He edited ''Pamphlets of the American Revolution'', the first volume of which, published in 1965, was awarded the
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  • ...it is a firm belief, in the [[United States Army]], that analysis of the [[American Civil War]] is both important and requires an abundant supply of [[beer]]. ...y, ''A People Numerous and Armed: Reflections on the Military Struggle for American Independence'' (2001)</ref>, and Robert M. Utley<ref>Robert M. Utley, ''Cav
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  • ...a=Joined the Royal Marines in World War I, rose to Captain; along with the American [[Joe Hunt]], probably the most prominent tennis player ever killed on acti |Nationality= American
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  • ...rnalism, and screen plays. Other interests include American Government and American History, Martial Arts, particularly Tai Chi, Tae-kwon-do, and currently stu
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  • ...nglish-Russian translator in the Galilee Bible College - Israeli branch of American Global University. BA on Theology and Bible obtained in 2002.
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  • ...d typed on lined *English* paper, which has a slightly different size from American paper. An editor wanted it in modern form. I scanned a couple of pages with == Thank you for correcting my English ==
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  • ...al interests and specialization throughout my studies, I am specialized in American [[environmental literature]] and related fields.
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  • ...resent at least three standpoints: North Vietnamese, South Vietnamese, and American. I'm still working on obtaining some interview text, as, for example, not j ...ing to a period starting sometime after 1959 and extending to 1975 as the "American War". Considering actions in [[Laos]] and [[Cambodia]] also confuse the ter
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  • ...coordinated the efforts of a team of the district’s most well-respected English teachers in re-writing the district's Gr. 6-12 Language Arts curriculum to
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  • ...eritage Dictionary (3rd Ed.) provided sixteen distinct definitions for the English word '''Power''':
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  • ...English, and Renaissance political theory. It formed the basis for the [[American Revolution]], the [[Declaration of Independence]] (1776) and the [[U.S. Con ==Origins in the American Revolution==
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  • |language = English ...h]] multi-instrumentalist and producer [[David Bendeth]]. It features star American session musicians; bass player [[Marcus Miller]], and drummer [[Billy Cobha
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  • ...n is the old elite English "public school"; it was the model for the newer American prep schools like Phillips Exeter and St. Paul's. It has produced many gene ...l Reference to India. Krishna R. Dronamraju. Aberdeen University Press.] ''American Journal of Medical Genetics'' 25:177-17.</ref></blockquote>
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  • ...Carlton company. Beer ads are associated with television coverage of the American Superbowl; the cost of such ads runs to hundreds of thousands of dollars. ...]]), and of German ([[Hefeweizen]]), Belgian ([[Witbier]]), or American ([[American Wheat]]) origin. Wheat beers are most often not filtered and take on a clou
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  • This records the [[dialect]] of [[English language|English]] which the article is written in. Currently, valid values are: * "AE" - American
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  • ...ill remain the best in the world. 40-50% of the undergraduates are Chinese-American....they attended the mediocre California public schools but took a lot of s ...rk for essays and such. One good example I found is an Encyclopedia of the American West, which I've spent most of the last two weeks reading, which I found on
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  • ...; Thesis: ''"The Brain—is wider than the Sky—": Nature and the Sublime American Self in Emerson and Whitman'' '''Languages:''' English (native); Turkish (fluent); French (fluent reading)
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  • ...aleigh, who in the 16th century sponsored the first attempted (but failed) English settlement in what is now North Carolina. After the [[American Revolution]], the government of the new state of North Carolina wanted to r
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  • ...he English language. I am teaching myself Swedish and am taking courses in American Sign Language(LEVEL: BEGINNER).
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  • ...ed]].<ref>Coad, Jonathan (2007). ''Battle Abbey and Battlefield''. London: English Heritage. p. 3. ISBN 978-1-905624-20-1.</ref> ...he penitence imposed on him by [[Pope Alexander II]] for waging war on the English.<ref>Coad, ''Battle Abbey and Battlefield'', p. 32.</ref><ref>Bachrach, Dav
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  • ...ianity and English, Gourley also has a Master of Divinity degree and is an American History Ph. D. candidate (ABD) at Auburn University (Alabama). He previousl
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  • ...nes Brothers (which became Tri-ang). By the end of the nineteenth century, American dollhouses were being made in the United States by The Bliss Manufacturing ...[http://luceweb.nyhistory.org/luceweb/item_detail.htm?qmkey=25126]. Other American companies of the early twentieth century were Roger Williams Toys, Tootsiet
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  • * Berthoff, Rowland. ''An Unsettled People: Social Order and Disorder in American History'' (1979) * Cayton, Mary K et al, eds. ''Encyclopedia of American Social History'' (3 vol 1993), comprehensive guide, and a good place to beg
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  • ...n philosophy''' tends to cover both philosophy done ''in'' America, ''by'' Americans and ''about'' the United States. Well-known American philosophers from the nineteenth century include the [[Pragmatism|Pragmatis
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  • ...could be a definitive list of peer-reviewed journals of note published in English...but the instruction originally was that each discipline should have about
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  • ...popular dish in Britain. Likewise [[french fries]] should be listed on the American list as the are excedingly popular in the USA even if they didn't origonate ...o that Chicken Tikka Masala would be British. Chop Suey (shudder) would be American. Curry would be Indian. Etc.
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  • ...t of agreement being his enormous impact on historical scholarship and the American mind. ...more research than almost anyone else and had an encyclopedic knowledge of American history.
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  • Talk page of "Roast turkey (American)" after the main page was moved to a Recipes subpage. ...in the dark ages of this article, who originally MOVED it to Roast turkey (American), BECAUSE it was ethnocentric. Now that it isn't, there's no reason to kee
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  • * English as a Second Language (ESL) Summer Camp Teacher * American Society for Engineering Educators (ASEE)
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  • ...ivisions are made by adding digits in place of zeros: 510 mathematics, 423 English dictionaries etc. Beyond this, decimal points are used: 794.1 chess etc. Bo ...erican fiction, 823 British fiction etc. Most libraries put all fiction in English (including translations from other languages) in alphabetical sequence out
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  • ...l Bible of the Church of England. For about three centuries it was ''the'' English Protestant Bible, and may well still be the most read translation. Its lite ...ord), but also in major American ones (Merriam-Webster and dictionary.com; American Heritage gives KJB). One possible explanation for this discrepancy is that
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  • *[http://www.adrk.de/index_e.html English version of the General-German Rottweiler Club] *[http://www.akc.org/breeds/rottweiler/index.cfm Rottweiler Breed Standard] - American Kennel Club
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  • ...ose work is noted for [[chromaticism]], extended [[melody]], and [[African-American]] influences.
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  • ...ion=1st |year=2006 |publisher=Billboard Books |location=New York |language=English |isbn=0-8230-8389-6 |pages=4 }}</ref> Back door men were the ones scooting
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  • ...y '''New Plymouth Colony'''; sometimes called '''The Old Colony''') was an English colony in North America from 1620 until 1691, when it was absorbed by its m ...be founded by the English in North America and the first sizable permanent English settlement in New England. The colony agreed on a treaty with Chief Massas
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  • ...English dogs were imported post WWI and these formed the foundation of the American variety.
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  • ...eaches is home to the best deal in town every tuesday night when it honors American dollars as if they were [[euro]]s. ...-Partenkirchen is fluent in [[English]], although when asked if they speak English, most residents will reply "A little bit".
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  • #American Ethnologist > Vol. 12, No. 1 (F #American Ethnologist > Vol. 14, No. 4 (N
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  • ...m-Webster Collegiate Dictionary it says, "'''mourning dove''' is a kind of American dove." And there's no difference between "wild turkey" and "wild rice", fo :::: ''Collins English Dictionary'' 1979 list '''mourning dove''' -- lowercase twice. Thus both AE
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  • ...acher trainer, lived six years in Budapest, Hungary, where I taught at the American International School of Budapest. I have taught all over the San Francisco
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  • ...[IPA]] /'ɔtizm/) is classified by the [[World Health Organization]] and [[American Psychological Association]] as a developmental disability that results from ...hiatric Association Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (American Psychiatric Association, Washington, DC, 1994)</ref>
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  • ...ng in Afghanistan and Iraq under American generals? Some people call us an American colony but that's just political rhetoric. How did they acquire and keep all those allies? The English fought wars against the Scots and the Irish at about the time the Empire de
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  • {{dambigbox|the American naval commander|John Paul Jones}} ...on, naval history|American Revolution]] and is known as the "Father of the American Navy."
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  • ...Each suit comprises 13 cards. These consist of 3 ''court'' cards, known in English as king, queen and jack or knave, and 10 numbered cards from 1 to 10, thoug The original Italian spelling is casino, but cassino is commoner in English. Scopa/scopone/escoba are variants of this family. These games involve play
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  • ...that the terminology in this article doesn't seem to correspond to that in English-language sources I've seen. In particular, "tops" are usually called matado ...gn citizens'). I realise that the word 'matador' is still commonly used by English-speaking skat players, but so long as it is defined in the article, I guess
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  • ...s roots in European settlements in the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. The American colonies progressed from marginally successful colonial economies to a smal ...orn of a cow (symbolizing a break from British commerce) with a distressed Englishman watching as other European powers wait to collect milk from the new nati
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  • ...in French, whereas My impressions from the dictionaries is, that it was an English coinage. Maybe one could make this clearer in at leat one of the two senten ...is neglect of the IRA and its terror campaign (quite extensively funded by American sympathisers).[[User:Gareth Leng|Gareth Leng]] 11:34, 22 November 2007 (CST
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  • ...League]]. It is amongst the richest clubs in the world, currently owned by American businessman [[Malcolm Glazer]] following his takeover in 2005.
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  • ...oved west they changed their customs, behavior and values and became more "American"; [[Frederick Jackson Turner]] called this "the significance of the frontie Throughout American history, the expansion of settlement was largely from the east to the west,
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  • ...ctually redubbed by the original actors for the [[United States of America|American]] market, as it was feared audiences outside the UK would not understand it
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  • ...he first name of 'Antonie', by which he has become known, was invented by American scholars and never used in his lifetime. Van Leeuwenhoek's given name can ...mena, and shared the resulting observations freely with groups such as the English [[Royal Society]]. Such work firmly established his place in history as one
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  • ...ded the ShomerNet, an internet forum for past and present members of North American Hashomer Hatzair, which has grown to nearly 500 members; Was in [[Hashomer ...urnal. Most recently he was Senior Adviser, International Affairs at the [[American Jewish Congress]]
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  • [[American Civil War, origins]] [[Origins of the American Civil War]]
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  • ...ver]], and [[Lake Erie]]; here the province borders on the [[United States|American]] states of [[New York]], [[Pennsylvania]], and [[Ohio]]. The western boundary consists of a land border with Manitoba and with the American state of [[Minnesota]] and of a marine border with Minnesota and [[Michigan
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  • ...acter, Kayako (伽椰子), appears in the Japanese films and the first two American remakes (''see below''), played each time by the actress and [[contortion|c ==English-language franchise==
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  • ...w.sephardim.com/html/translated_names.html Sephardic names translated into English] ...DF/sources/ASF_Timeline.pdf Sephardic Jewish History - Iberian Peninsula] (American Sephardi Federation)
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  • ...century, shortly after the appearance of land-based artillery. Italian and English warships carried guns by 1440. They were about 4 feet long with 4-inch cali ...ship, as is evidenced by the salvage of the ''Mary Rose'' the flagship of English King [[Henry VIII]] (sunk in 1545 and salvaged in 1836) which contained gun
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  • ...ary Kupiec, Elliott J. Gorn, and Peter W. Williams, eds. ''Encyclopedia of American Social History'' (3 vol 1993) 2653pp; long articles pages by leading schol * Henretta, James. "Social History as Lived and Written," ''American Historical Review'' 84 (1979): 1293-1323 [http://www.jstor.org/pss/1861469
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  • ...nd Portuguese. I'm currently living in Tel-Aviv, Israel. I'm interested in American History, European Politics and Media.
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  • ...y 1850, with a small Irish Catholic element. After 1900 Poles and African Americans arrived in large numbers. After 1970 most whites moved to the suburbs as t ...me the "Deutsches Athen" (German Athens), soon German speakers outnumbered English speakers in the city.
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  • ...med the name ''Donkey Kong'' would convey the idea of a "stupid ape" to an American audience. ...[[video game arcade]]s, establishing Nintendo as a competitor in the North American market; sequels soon followed, but they failed to replicate the original's
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  • ...attacks on [[John Wilkes]], and especially by the wars to overthrow the [[American Revolution]] and the [[French Revolution]].<ref> Pocock (1975)</ref> ....html]</ref> The attraction of the Lockean model was that it explained why Americans were individualistic, why they demanded their "rights" all the time, and w
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  • ...ara K. "The History of the Family and the Complexity of Social Change.'' ''American Historical Review'' 1991 96(1): 95-124. Issn: 0002-8762 [http://www.jstor.o * Basch, Norma. ''Framing American Divorce: From the Revolutionary Generation to the Victorians.'' (1999). 237
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  • | title = Jơrai dictionary: Jơrai-Vietnamese-English: (a computer printout) | title = Developing the First Preliminary Dictionary of North American Jarai
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  • ...ally, I landed in Austin, TX and enrolled in the Univ. of Texas's graduate English program. After 3 years of studying medieval literature, I decided that acad
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  • ...erial in a given [[language (general)|language]] or national tradition ("[[English literature]]"), visual texts such as [[video]] and [[illustration]], and pu ...teenth century. The ''[[Oxford English Dictionary]]'' (''OED'') traces the English word itself back to the 1200s (when it described familiarity with classical
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  • ...belong in a Bibliography subpage. In general, however, CZ discourages non-English references because it cannot be assumed other Citizens can read them. --[[U ...n order to see the amount. For this reason, I cited them all together. The English sources cited are sufficient to see that all these "gravitsapas" are just m
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  • ...AACR2 was modified in 1988, and in 1998 was renamed as '''AACR2R''' (Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, second edition, 1998 revision) with a further revision.
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  • ...in Persian language, and have 2 years working experience in Radio Tehran's English Service (Iran National Radio Service, IRIB). I have many peripheral interes
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  • ...a affiliate, [[Al-Shabaab (insurgency)|al-Shabaab]], and believed to be an American recruiter for [[al-Qaeda]]<ref name=WaPo2010-08-01>{{citation | title = Arrest of Va. man spotlights al-Qaeda's new American recruiters
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  • ...e in Europe, but when Germany began unrestricted submarine warfare against American shipping, he called on Congress to declare war. On the home front he began ...r democracy and liberalism. It has been a highly controversial position in American foreign policy, serving as a model for "idealists" to emulate or "realists"
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  • ...other collections of material in a given language or national tradition ("English literature"), visual texts such as video and illustration, and published ep ...nineteenth century. The ''Oxford English Dictionary'' (''OED'') traces the English word itself back to the 1200s (when it described familiarity with classical
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  • '''Andrew Exum''' is a Fellow with the [[Center for a New American Security]], joining CNAS after five months field research in Lebanon. He fr ...sylvania and earned a master’s degree in Middle Eastern Studies from the American University of Beirut. He is a doctoral candidate in the Department of War S
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  • ...f Law in 1976 (J.D. [juris doctor]). Honors included Dean's List, Multiple American Jurisprudence Awards, graduated in the top 10% of combined law school class Current member of: American Translators Association (and numerous of its divisions); Eastern Military A
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  • The '''Wizard of Oz''' is the title character of the American fantasy tales by L. Frank Baum (1856-1919), of which the most famous is the ...e using modern images that editorial cartoonists currently used to portray American politics.}}
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  • * Jack P. Greene and J. R. Pole, eds. ''A Companion to the American Revolution.'' (2000). 778pp. ...nt-Barnes, Gregory, and Richard A. Ryerson, eds. ''The Encyclopedia of the American Revolutionary War: A Political, Social, and Military History'' (ABC-CLIO, 2
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  • ...ta/index.html] - statement of civil rights and fundamental document of the English constitution. *1642 '''English Civil War''' [http://www.historyguide.org/earlymod/lecture7c.html] (1642-6)
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  • | url = http://www.cla.purdue.edu/english/woodmanlecture/index.html | publisher = Vanderbilt University English Department
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  • ...of <nowiki>[[Britain|British]] --> [[United Kingdom|British]] to [[England|English]]</nowiki>, not long after my initial edit, on an article about a rock grou :::Not bizarre at all. Led Zeppelin are an English rock group - they do not come from Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales. Usi
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  • * Bender, Thomas. ed. ''Rethinking American History in a Global Age'' (2002) [http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=10588 * Foner, Eric. ed. ''New American History'' (1997)
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  • {{:English_spellings/Catalogs/Masterlist}} * {{search link|"labled"|labled|ns0|ns14|ns100}} (labeled [American], labelled [British])
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  • ...ng schools. At the age of 17 his father, by now a Colonel, sent him to the American University in Beirut, where he learned to speak Arabic, then to another "ra Bilingual in English and Spanish, Petrella speaks at least three other languages: Arabic; German
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  • ...nt in the United States bore some resemblance.<ref> Thomas P. Jenkin, "The American Fabian Movement." ''The Western Political Quarterly,'' Vol. 1, No. 2 (Jun.,
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  • ...ies]] and the eastern coast of the [[European colonization of the Americas|American colonies]]. He was probably born in [[Bristol]], England and been a sailor
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  • ...‘Intervening Opportunities: a Theory Relating Mobility and Distance’, American Sociological Review, (1940) vol 5, 845–67. ...tudi Emigrazione/Migration Studies'' (Rome), 43 (March 2006), 467–82. In English.
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  • ...Kind: The Newfoundland and Labrador Relationship with the United States" ''American Review of Canadian Studies'' Vol: 28. Issue: 4. 1998. pp: 387-411. [http:// * English, Christopher, ed. ''Essays in the History of Canadian Law. Vol. 9. Two Isl
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  • ...QAAJ&pg=PA115&dq=inauthor:richard+inauthor:Hildreth&num=30&as_brr=1 Online English 1852 edition at books.google.com]. ''Archy Moore, the White Slave: or, Memo ...tion of Religious Faith.'' Boston: Weeks, Jordan, 1840. (Also in Pingel, ''American Utilitarian,'' 129-52.)
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  • ...liography''' is an annotated bibliography of the most important and useful English language books and articles on [[World War I]]. as selected by the editors. * Editors of ''American Heritage''. ''History of WWI''. 1964.
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  • {{main|American Revolution, military history}} ...at came to the aid of [[Cornwallis]] and the army trapped at Yorktown. The American state and private naval forces were primarily privateers. The small U.S. na
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  • Half Irish, half Korean, all American. Interests: Sports (baseball, American football, basketball), Music (Clapton, Muse, System of a Down), Theater, Hi
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  • <br>Or to doom it to oblivion by substituting the English language, ...by the early twentieth century workers had developed an [[English language|english]]-based [[creole (language)|creole]], known today as '[[Hawaiian Creole|Pid
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  • ...aning 'to rip', and 'tear', as in 'tearful'.<ref>In the notation used at [[English spellings]], '''téar''' ''rip'' and '''têar''' ''cry'' (cf. '''tén''' an ==Some examples in English==
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  • * Inch, Arthur and Arlene Hirst. ''Dinner Is Served: An English Butler's Guide to the Art of the Table''. Philadelphia, Running Press, 2003 * Burnett, Mark Thornton. ''Masters and servants in English renaissance drama and culture: authority and obedience.'' Basingstoke, 1997
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  • ...cs discussions here? I can see where it's sometimes useful for periodizing American political development, but other times it seems kind of forced. [[User:Sham ...vard, and who could actually have gotten his degree in History rather than English, I have to admit my ignorance and say that I have never, until now, heard o
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  • * Thernstrom, Stephan ed. ''Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups,'' (1980). ...by LaVern J. Rippley and Eberhard Reichmann. Indianapolis: Max Kade German-American Center, Indiana Univ.-Purdue Univ., 1993.
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