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  • == Proposed subgroups (moved from main page) == # British History
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  • ...uistic identities (such as the [[Gael]]s and [[Brythonic]] tribes of the [[British Isles]]) did transmit at least vestigial remnants of the mythologies of the Celtic mythology can be divided into a number of distinct, if related, subgroups, largely corresponding to the branches of the [[Celtic languages]]:
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  • ...authors review thirty recent studies, every one of which documents that a subgroup of traumatized patients are amnesiatic for childhood sexual abuse. The auth ...o the 23.9% in the original study, 13.3% reported childhood abuse. Of that subgroup, 39% (as compared to 40% in the original study) reported a period of forget
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  • ...the object broker. Nevertheless, I have set up [[CZ: Emergency management Subgroup]], which addresses the inherently interdisciplinary problem of such topics, ...n my opinion, awful. Perhaps terrorism might better be under an Insurgency Subgroup; virtually all terror has been associated with insurgency, other than nihil
    67 KB (11,194 words) - 04:08, 10 January 2012
  • :I am a subgroup editor in applied linguistics. I tend to author in other areas and have not ::Welcome from me too. Early modern British literature sounds interesting. What does it mean nowadays? Gissing, Firbank
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  • ...(PDF) and [http://www.sacn.gov.uk/meetings/archived/salt/minutes.html Salt Subgroup minutes] * British Nutrition Foundation article [http://www.nutrition.org.uk/home.asp?siteId=4
    3 KB (471 words) - 20:57, 26 January 2009
  • ...ent Population by Sex, Race, and Hispanic-Origin Status and I see that the subgroup '''White''' rose by 13 million between 2000 and 2007. It seems like the US ...White_British White British] is there too (white was an option on the 2001 British census apparently), [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Brazilian White Bra
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  • ...the possible spelling differences are insignificant compared with those of British English and American English. ...the Romance family, Romanian is usually classified in the Eastern Romance subgroup along with [[Italian language|Italian]], [[Corsican language|Corsican]] and
    8 KB (1,239 words) - 09:55, 25 September 2011
  • :42% of [[medicine in the U.K.|British doctors]] refer patients to homeopaths.<ref name="Fisher"/> ...s cited. All that I could find on a scan of the article was "up to 37% of British general practitioners use homoeopathy." There was also this: "Those who us
    191 KB (30,468 words) - 20:50, 4 January 2009
  • Chris, in your test layout of the Chemical Engineering subgroup, we now have: # A listing of any subcategories in the subgroup (and the articles (pages) in those categories) without the status or defini
    92 KB (15,456 words) - 21:50, 3 November 2008
  • ..., Tesmer DL, Zinsmeister AR |title=Lack of discriminant value of dyspepsia subgroups in patients referred for upper endoscopy |journal=Gastroenterology |volume ..., Tesmer DL, Zinsmeister AR |title=Lack of discriminant value of dyspepsia subgroups in patients referred for upper endoscopy |journal=Gastroenterology |volume
    38 KB (5,134 words) - 07:06, 24 October 2013
  • ::: My (British) Collins (1979) has to meanings of "fuse" - ::::For that matter, we haven't even touched fusee, which I suspect is more British English. More common American English for "fusee" would be "highway flare".
    213 KB (35,247 words) - 17:43, 4 April 2011
  • [[:Category:British Commonwealth numismatics|British Commonwealth numismatics]] (8) [[:Category:British African numismatics|British African numismatics]] (4)
    80 KB (8,230 words) - 23:59, 26 February 2007
  • ...e would share with 14th-century Welsh-language poet Dafydd ap Gwylim), or "British literature in English" (with the Welsh-, Cornish-, etc.-language authors of ...nglish Literature" article covers works in English by authors from all the British Isles, including Ireland. Then they have "German Lit.," which is really Ge
    31 KB (5,183 words) - 15:50, 26 August 2009
  • ...Indian English or Trinidadian English. We only need American English and British (or Commonwealth, if you'd rather) English. {{r|British Doctors Aspirin Trial||:::::}}
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  • ...lies total madness. We ought to be able to write: "Winston Churchill was a British statesman" without having 4 footnotes on it to prove that we know what we'r == Subgroups ==
    49 KB (8,156 words) - 15:37, 23 April 2011
  • ...bgroup|{{{abc| }}}]]}}{{#if: {{{subgroup3|}}}|[[Category:{{{subgroup3|}}} Subgroup|{{{abc| }}}]]}}{{#ifexist:Talk:{{BASEPAGENAME}}| ...| }}}]]}} {{#ifeq: {{{status}}}|1| [[Category:Advanced Articles written in British English|{{{abc| }}}]]}}
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  • ***If subgroups exist this section adds the ones present in the metadata*** -->{{#if: {{{subgroup|}}}|{{#if: {{{subgroup2|}}}
    10 KB (893 words) - 15:26, 17 September 2020
  • ..., A. "Why Do Patients Turn to Complementary Medicine? An Empirical Study." British Journal of Clinical Psychology. 1996. 35:37-48. ...nen, J., Knipschild, P., and ter Riet, G. "Clinical Trials of Homeopathy." British Medical Journal. 1991. 302(6782):316-23.
    39 KB (5,723 words) - 11:28, 31 May 2009
  • ...[[Dead Sea]] and [[Kfar Darom]] in the Gaza region, were established under British Mandatory administration prior to the establishment of the State of Israel. ...andate|mandated territory]] of the [[United Kingdom]]. During World War I, British Foreign Minister [[Arthur Balfour]] had issued the [[Balfour Declaration]],
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