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Commerce. omissions excepted.
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Ken·za·bu·ro [ken-zah-boor-oh], /ˌkɛn zɑˈbʊər oʊ/, 1935–2023, Japanese novelist and short-story writer noted for works of sociopolitical significance: Nobel Prize in Literature 1994.
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And for he stondis o e lyft side & in e secunde place, he betokens ten tyme hym selfe.The Earliest Arithmetics in English | Anonymous
Tad uttered a long drawn "Hoo-o-o-o-e-e-e," which brought Jim Coville to the door of his cabin.The Pony Rider Boys on the Blue Ridge | Frank Gee Patchin
Of the alleged 200 intestates in the same parish, two married couples, one woman, and Jakke o e hil are named.A History of Epidemics in Britain (Volume I of II) | Charles Creighton
Idioelectric, id-i-o-e-lek′trik, adj. electric by virtue of its own peculiar properties.
The end of the last layer of the coil we shall call the outside end, O E.The Study of Elementary Electricity and Magnetism by Experiment | Thomas M. St. John
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Kenzaburo (kɛnzəˈbʊrəʊ). born 1935, Japanese novelist and writer; his books include The Catch (1958), A Personal Matter (1964), and Silent Cry (1989): Nobel prize for literature 1994
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