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Italic type - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1 History; 2 Examples; 3 Usage. 3.1 When to use; 3.2 Alternative representations. 3.2.1 Oblique type; 3.2.2 Italics within italics; 3.2.3 Left-leaning italics. 3.2.3 ...
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The Book Stylistics by Galperin - Scribd
The Book Stylistics by Galperin - Ebook download as Word Doc (.doc), PDF File (.pdf), Text file (.txt) or read book online.
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Symptom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For the 1974 horror film, see Symptoms (film). A symptom (from Greek σύμπτωμα, "accident, misfortune, that which befalls", from συμπίπτω, "I befall ...
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Linguistics - encyclopedia article - Citizendium
Linguistics is the scientific study of language. Its primary goal is to learn about the 'natural' language that humans use every day and how it works.
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Cascading Style Sheets, level 1 - World Wide Web Consortium
Note: This paragraph is informative. This document is currently not maintained. The CSS Working Group is developing CSS Level 2 Revision 1, which has much more ...
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The Grammar of the English Verb Phrase | Bert Cappelle ...
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cases - definition of cases by The Free Dictionary
case 1 (k s) n. 1. An instance of something; an occurrence; an example: a case of mistaken identity. See Synonyms at example. 2. An occurrence of a disease or ...
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Tanvir's Blog - blogspot.com
Definition Simile is a figure of speech which seeks to find some point or points of resemblance between two essentially different objects, actions, or feelings.
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