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  • 61Name of Canada — A peace monument on Belle Isle between the Dominion of Canada and the United States of America (1941) The name of Canada has been in use since the earliest European settlement in Canada, with the name originating from a First Nations word kanata… …

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  • 62Name resolution — Contents 1 In computer languages 1.1 Static versus dynamic 1.2 Name masking 1.3 Alpha renaming to make name resolution trivial …

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  • 63Name at birth — The name at birth is the name a child is given by his or her parents, according to a generally universal custom, and legal requirement.[1] What happens subsequently about this name has a substantial cultural component. Where births are officially …

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  • 64Name of Lithuania — Lithuania s name in writing 1009 The first known record of the name of Lithuania (Lithuanian: Lietuva) is in a 9 March 1009 story of Saint Bruno recorded in the Quedlinburg Chronicle (Latin: Annales Quedlinburgenses …

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  • 65Name Gottes — JHWH (von rechts nach links) JHWH oder YHWH (יהוה‎ , ausgeschrieben meist Jahwe oder Jehovah) ist der Eigenname Gottes im Tanach, der Hebräischen Bibel. Er bezeichnet dort den gnädigen Befreier und gerechten Bundespartner des erwählten Volkes… …

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  • 66Name of the Czech Republic — The name of the Czech Republic derives from the Slavic tribe of Czechs (Czech: Čechové). Because the name of the country has evolved significantly over time both in Czech and other languages, it remains a source of debate and contention. Nearly… …

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  • 67Name of Romania — The name of Romania (România) comes from the Romanian Român, which is a derivative of the Latin adjective Romanus (Roman).[1] Romanians are a people living in Central and South Eastern Europe speaking a Romance language. Contents 1 Etymology of… …

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  • 68Name of France — The name France comes from Latin Francia, which literally means land of the Franks . Originally it applied to the whole Frankish Empire, extending from southern France to eastern Germany. Contents 1 Background 2 Meanings of the name France 2.1 …

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  • 69Name of Ukraine — Cyrillic letters in this article are romanized using scientific transliteration. Map of Eastern Europe by V. Coronelli (1690). Lands with Kiev are shown as VKRAINE ou PAYS DES COSAQUES (Ukraine or the land of Cossacks). On the east to it the name …

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  • 70Name generator — A name generator is a program that uses language rules or word combining techniques to generate a list of names. Name generators are sometimes created with specific uses in mind ranging from marketing professionals who may use the generated names …

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  • 71Name of Poland — An 18th century map labeled Poland The ethnonyms for the Poles (people)[1] and Poland (their country) …

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  • 72Name of Iran — Contents 1 Etymology of Iran 2 Etymology of Persia 3 The two names in the West …

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  • 73Name of Toronto — Part of the series on History of Toronto History …

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  • 74Name conflicts of Solar System objects — Although in principle every named body in the Solar System ought to have a distinct name, due to a variety of circumstances, there are several real or apparent name conflicts between different Solar System bodies. Most of these conflicts are… …

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  • 75Name of Mexico — Image of Mexico Tenochtitlan from the Mendoza codex The name of Mexico entails the origin, history, and use of the name Mexico, which dates back to 14th century Mesoamerica. Mexico was named after its capital, Mexico City, whose original name was …

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  • 76Name tag — Workshop name tag designed to be worn around the neck A name tag is a badge or sticker worn on the outermost clothing as a means of displaying the wearer s name for others to view. Name tags may be temporary (the iconic image being the Hello! My… …

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  • 77Name letter effect — The name letter effect is one of the widest used measures of implicit self esteem. It represents the idea that an individual prefers the letters belonging to their own name and will select these above other letters in choice tasks. This effect… …

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  • 78Name of Greece — The name of Greece differs in Greece in comparison with the names used for the country in other languages and cultures, just like the names of the Greeks. Although the Greeks call the country Hellas or Ellada (Greek: Ελλάς, Ελλάδα) and its… …

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  • 79Name der Rose — Der Name der Rose ist der erste Roman von Umberto Eco, mit dem ihm ein Welterfolg gelang. Das Werk erschien 1980 im italienischen Original als Il nome della rosa und 1982 in der deutschen Übersetzung von Burkhart Kroeber. Das mehrschichtige Werk …

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  • 80Name days in the Czech Republic — In the Czech Republic, each day of the year except national holidays corresponds to a personal name. People celebrate their name day ( svátek or more formally jmeniny ) on the date corresponding to their own given name. In the past, parents were… …

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