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grammars

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As workbooks conceived to respond to practical demands, grammar books should be viewed within the context of schools and teaching methods. The pedagogical models transmitted from...

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Mein Kampf

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‘My Struggle’, title of Hitler's autobiography, first published in German in two volumes in 1925 and 1927, and later widely translated. It embodies the principles of National Socialism...

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scribe

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In biblical contexts, an ancient Jewish record keeper; a member of a class of professional interpreters of the Jewish Law after the return from the Captivity; in the Gospels, often coupled...

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shorthand

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Acronyms and abbreviations used in email communication, chat rooms, and newsgroups. For example, IMHO means In My Humble Opinion. See also fasgrolia and abbreviation.

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St Birgitta

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 (1303–73) Swedish saint

who founded the Order of the Most Holy Saviour at Vadstena (1346), and lived in Rome c.1350–73. She dictated her Revelationes Coelestes to her confessors,...

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textual criticism

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A branch of literary scholarship that attempts to establish the most accurate version of a written work by comparing all existing manuscript and/or printed versions so as to reconstruct...

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