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  • 121Name of Croatia — The name of Croatia derives from Medieval Latin Croātia, itself a derivation of North West Slavic xrovat , by liquid metathesis from Common Slavic *xorvat , from Proto Slavic *xarwāt . The Old Croatian ethnonym *xъrvatъ is of variant stem, and is …

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  • 122Name days in Slovakia — In Slovakia, each day of the year corresponds to a personal name (the original list was the Roman Catholic calendar of saints). People celebrate their name days (Slovak: meniny) on the date corresponding to their own given names. Slovak culture… …

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  • 123Name reaction — A name reaction is a chemical reaction named after its discoverers or developers. Well known examples include the Wittig reaction, the Claisen condensation, the Friedel Crafts acylation, and the Diels Alder reaction. Among the tens of thousands… …

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  • 124Name of Quebec City — See also: History of Quebec City The proper name of Quebec City is Québec (with an acute accent), in both official languages of Canada (English and French). This name is used by both the federal and provincial governments. The acute accent… …

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  • 125name and shame — naming and shaming ˌnaming and ˈshaming noun [uncountable] LAW when the authorities make known to the public the names of companies that have broken the law or the rules for a particular activity: • the naming and shaming of food manufacturers… …

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  • 126Name of the Game — For other uses, see Name of the Game (disambiguation). Name of the Game Single by The Crystal Method from the album Tweekend Released August 14, 2001 Format …

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  • 127Name of Joan of Arc — Joan of Arc dictated her letters. Three of the surviving ones are signed. Joan of Arc did not come from a place called Arc, but was born and raised in the village of Domrémy in what was then the northeastern frontier of France. In the English… …

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  • 128Name of Brazil — The etymology of Brazil stems from brazilwood, its earliest commercially exploited product. In Portuguese brazilwood is called pau brasil, with the word brasil commonly given the etymology red like an ember , formed from Latin brasa ( ember ) and …

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  • 129Name of Russia (Russia TV) — For the name of the country, see Russia (name). Name of Russia (Russian: Имя России, literally Name Russia ) is the project of the Russia TV channel aimed to elect the most notable personality in Russian history by voting via the Internet, radio… …

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  • 130Name days in Poland — In Poland, name days (Polish: imieniny) are widely celebrated, and most calendars contain the names celebrated each day. Name day celebrations in Poland traditionally involve a gathering of friends and family at the celebrant s home at the dinner …

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  • 131Name That Tune (UK Gameshow) — For US Version, see Name That Tune. Name that Tune Format Game show Created by Harry Salter Presented by Tom O Connor (1976–1983) Lionel Blair (1983–1988) Jools Holland (1997–1998) …

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  • 132Name of Cambodia — The name of Cambodia, in Khmer Kampuchea (ព្រះរាជាណាចក្រកម្ពុជា Preăh Réachéa Nachâk Kâmpŭchea), derives from Sanskrit Kambujadeśa (कम्बोजदेश; land of Kambuja ). It is not unique to the modern kingdom of Cambodia: the same name (i.e.… …

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  • 133Name Your Own Price — The Name Your Own Price (NYOP) system is where a buyer specifies a price and a product and/or service, and asks sellers to match that combination. NYOP is a special type of reverse auction originally pioneered on the Internet by Priceline.com.… …

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  • 134Name of Sweden — The name of Sweden was originally a plural form of Swede and is a so called back formation , from Old English Sweoðeod, which meant people of the Swedes (Old Norse Svíþjóð, Latin Suetidi). This word is derived from Sweon/Sweonas (Old Norse Sviar …

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  • 135Name recognition — For information extraction related task, see named entity recognition. Name recognition is a concept used in politics to describe the number of people who are aware of a politician. It is considered an important factor in elections, as candidates …

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  • 136Name vase — Vase Munich 1410 (Munich, Staatliche Antikensammlungen, is the name vase for the Painter of Munich 1410. In classical archaeology, a name vase is a specific vase [1] whose painter s name is unkn …

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  • 137Name of the Game — Не следует путать с The Name of the Game. «Name of the Game» …

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  • 138Name of Azerbaijan — The name Azerbaijan is used today of both the sovereign Republic of Azerbaijan and of the region of Azerbaijan in Iran. The name is a derivation from Atropatene, (Greek Ατροπατήνη, mentioned in Strabo 11.523), the dominion of Atropates, an… …

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  • 139Name of the Rose (2003 film) — For the book by Umberto Eco, see The Name of the Rose. For the 1986 feature film based on the novel, see The Name of the Rose (film). Name of the Rose Directed by Mike Moncada Produced by Henry Bada Written by Henry …

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  • 140Name of Moldova — The name of Moldova originates from the medieval Principality of Moldavia, which at its greatest extent included Moldova, and territories in eastern Romania and south western Ukraine. Contents 1 Origins of the name 2 Other names 3 References …

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