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  • 1 more than one could shake a stick at — {adj. phr.}, {informal} Very many; a great many; more than you can count. * /There were more people at the game than you could shake a stick at./ * /I had more assignments for homework than I could shake a stick at./ …

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  • 2 more than one could shake a stick at — {adj. phr.}, {informal} Very many; a great many; more than you can count. * /There were more people at the game than you could shake a stick at./ * /I had more assignments for homework than I could shake a stick at./ …

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  • 3 more\ than\ one\ could\ shake\ a\ stick\ at — adj. phr. informal Very many; a great many; more than you can count. There were more people at the game than you could shake a stick at. I had more assignments for homework than I could shake a stick at …

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  • 4 Great Seal of the United States — Reverse of the Seal …

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  • 5 Great Books of the Western World — is a series of books originally published in the United States in 1952 by Encyclopædia Britannica Inc. to present the western canon in a single package of 54 volumes. The series is now in its second edition and contains 60 volumes. The list of… …

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  • 6 Great Cumbrae — Location OS grid reference NS169566 …

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  • 7 many — ► DETERMINER , PRONOUN , & ADJECTIVE (more, most) ▪ a large number of. ► NOUN (the many) ▪ the majority of people. ● a good (or great) many Cf. ↑a great many …

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  • 8 many — [men′ē] adj. more, most [ME < OE manig, akin to Ger manch (OHG manag) < IE base * menegh , many, richly > Sans maghā , gift, OIr menicc, abundant] 1. consisting of some large, indefinite number (of persons or things); numerous 2.… …

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  • 9 Great Depression — the economic crisis and period of low business activity in the U.S. and other countries, roughly beginning with the stock market crash in October, 1929, and continuing through most of the 1930s. * * * or Depression of 1929 Longest and most severe …

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  • 10 Great Famine (Ireland) — The Great Famine ( ga. An Gorta Mór [The term has appeared in the titles of numerous books on the event, as demonstrated by [http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=%22Gorta+Mo%CC%81r%22 =Search qt=results page this search on WorldCat] ] or ga. An… …

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  • 11 Great Lakes — This article is about the Great Lakes of North America. For the region, see Great Lakes region (North America). For other uses of this term, see Great Lakes (disambiguation). A rare cloudless satellite view of the entire Great Lakes region, April …

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  • 12 Great Western Railway — The Great Western Railway (GWR) was a British railway company and a notable example of civil engineering, linking London with the West Country, South West England and South Wales. It was founded in 1833, kept its identity through the 1923… …

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  • 13 Great Leap Forward — For other uses, see Great Leap Forward (disambiguation). History of the People s Republic of China    …

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  • 14 Great Britain — This article is about the island. For the modern state, see United Kingdom. For the state that existed from 1707 to 1801, see Kingdom of Great Britain. For the ship, see SS Great Britain. For other uses, see Great Britain (disambiguation). Great… …

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  • 15 Great Fire of London — This article is about the Great Fire of 1666. For other great fires in London, see Early fires of London or Second Great Fire of London . The Great Fire of London, a major conflagration that swept through the central parts of London from Sunday,… …

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  • 16 Great Migration (African American) — The Great Migration was the movement of 6 million blacks out of the Southern United States to the Northeast, Midwest, and West from 1910 to 1930. Some historians differentiate between a First Great Migration (1910–30), numbering about 1.6 million …

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  • 17 Great Lakes — a series of five lakes between the U.S. and Canada, comprising Lakes Erie, Huron, Michigan, Ontario, and Superior; connected with the Atlantic by the St. Lawrence River. * * * I Chain of lakes, central North America. Comprising Lakes Superior,… …

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  • 18 Great Pyramid of Giza — Coordinates: 29°58′45.03″N 31°08′03.69″E /  …

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  • 19 Great Sphinx of Giza — The Great Sphinx of Giza ( ar. أبو الهول The Father of Fear ) is a half human, half lion Sphinx statue in Egypt, on the Giza Plateau at the west bank of the Nile River, near modern day Cairo. The largest monolith statue in the world, it stands 73 …

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  • 20 Great Railroad Strike of 1877 — The Great Railroad Strike of 1877 began on July 14 in Martinsburg, West Virginia, United States and ended some 45 days later after it was put down by local and state militias, as well as by federal troops.Economic conditions in the 1870s1873 saw… …

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