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  • 101 Liste der Biografien/Fra — Biografien: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q …

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  • 102 Liste der Olympiasieger im Reitsport — Rodrigo Pessoa (Springreit …

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  • 103 Olympische Sommerspiele 2004/Reiten — Bei den XXVIII. Olympischen Spielen 2004 in Athen wurden sechs Wettbewerbe im Reiten ausgetragen. Austragungsort war das Markopoulo Olympic Equestrian Centre …

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  • 104 Andrzej Panufnik — Nacimiento …

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  • 105 The Renaissance Players — Datos generales Origen Australia Información artística …

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  • 106 performing arts — arts or skills that require public performance, as acting, singing, or dancing. [1945 50] * * * ▪ 2009 Introduction Music Classical.       The last vestiges of the Cold War seemed to thaw for a moment on Feb. 26, 2008, when the unfamiliar strains …

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  • 107 Gerard Donovan — Gerard Anthony Donovan (* 16. Mai 1959 in Wexford, County Wexford) ist ein irischer Schriftsteller, dessen Roman „Winter in Maine“ 2008 von der Zeitung The Guardian zum „Buch des Jahres 2008“ gekürt wurde. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 2 Werk …

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  • 108 International Gamers Awards — International Gamers Awards  ежегодная премия в области настольных игр. Победитель определяется международным жюри. С 2000 по 2002 год премия называлась Gamers Choice Award. Премия вручается во время выставки Internationale Spieltage в… …

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  • 109 way — n. path, route 1) to blaze, clear, pave, prepare; smoothe the way for (to pave the way for reform) 2) to take the (easy) way (out of a difficult situation) 3) to lead; point, show the way 4) to edge; elbow; fight; force; hack; jostle; make;… …

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  • 110 prepossessing — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. appealing, attractive; charming, winning, winsome, engaging. See beauty.Ant., ugly, unappealing. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. handsome, captivating, attractive; see charming , pleasant 1 . III (Roget …

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  • 111 sweet — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. sugary (see sweetness); pleasing; amiable; dear, precious; fragrant, sweet smelling. Ant., sour, unpleasant, foul smelling. n. candy, bonbon, dessert, etc. See pleasure, courtesy, dearness, odor. II …

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  • 112 charming — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. enchanting, bewitching, entrancing, captivating, cute, fascinating, delightful, lovable, sweet, winning, engaging, irresistible, attractive, amiable, appealing, alluring, charismatic, pleasing, choice, nice, graceful,… …

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  • 113 fetching — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. attractive, pleasing, captivating; see charming . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. attractive, charming, captivating, alluring, beautiful, winsome, fascinating, tantalizing, entrancing, enticing, lovely. ANT.: repulsive …

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  • 114 Cheerfulness — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Cheerfulness >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 cheerfulness cheerfulness &c. >Adj. Sgm: N 1 geniality geniality gayety l allegro cheer good humor spirits Sgm: N 1 high spirits high spirits animal spirits …

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  • 115 venereal — [15] Latin venus meant ‘love, charm’ (it came ultimately from the same Indo European base as produced English wish and winsome and Sanskrit vānchā ‘wish’). It was not that common as a generic term, its most familiar role being as the name of the… …

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  • 116 wean — [OE] The etymological notion underlying wean is of ‘becoming accustomed’. The specialization to ‘making accustomed to food other than mother’s milk’ is a secondary development. The word comes from a prehistoric Germanic *wanjan (source also of… …

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  • 117 wish — [OE] Wish comes from a prehistoric Germanic *wunskjan, which also produced German wünschen, Swedish önska, and Danish ønske. Its ultimate ancestor is the Indo European base *wun , *wen , *won , source also of English wean, ween ‘think, suppose’… …

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  • 118 winning — n 1. win, victory, triumph, success. See win(def 4). 2. winnings velvet, booty, spoils, prize money. adj 3. victorious, conquering, triumphant, exultant, jubilant, on top, successful; undefeated, unbeaten. 4. charming, engaging, pleasing,… …

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  • 119 winsomeness — win·some (wĭn’səm) adj. ▸ Charming, often in a childlike or naive way. ╂ [Middle English winsum, from Old English wynsum : from wynn, joy; see wen 1 + sum, characterized by; see SOME(Cf. ↑ some)1.] win’some·ly adv. win’some·ness n …

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  • 120 winning — / winsome [adj1] attractive, charming acceptable, adorable, agreeable, alluring, amiable, bewitching, captivating, cute, delectable, delightful, disarming, enchanting, endearing, engaging, fascinating, fetching, gratifying, lovable, lovely,… …

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