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  • Wikipedia has an article on: Madison, Wisconsin Wikipedia See also: madison A matronymic surname "son of Madde", which is a medieval diminutive of
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  • "superphone" for the deaf and deaf-blind, created by Ultratech of Madison, Wisconsin, can convert a typed message into sound... 1989, Austin H. Kiplinger
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  • /wɪnsˈkɑnsən/ Wisconsin A state of the United States of America Capital: Madison. Largest city: Milwaukee. A river flowing 430 miles from Wisconsin to the Mississippi
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  • light) or negatively (away from the light) 2012, Staff (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Sunflowers inspire more efficient solar power system, R&D Magazine
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  • earlobes that lay white-shelled eggs. Content: Chicken Breeds and Varieties (A2880), John L. Skinner, University of Wisconsin-Madison [1] carped craped
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  • Godfrey, Linda S., Hunting the American Werewolf: Beast Men in Wisconsin and Beyond, Madison: Trails Books, ISBN 9781931599665, OL 8804200M, page 139: The
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  • Studs, Tools, and the Family Jewels: Metaphors Men Live By, Madison, Wis.: University of Wisconsin Press, ISBN 978-0-299-17130-8, page 44: When a man "blows
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  • Studs, Tools, and the Family Jewels: Metaphors Men Live By, Madison, Wis.: University of Wisconsin Press, ISBN 978-0-299-17130-8, page 44: When a man "blows
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  • tease See also: Wikisaurus:flirt ^ The Badger Herald (University of Wisconsin-Madison). ^ Robinson, Bill (January 16, 2006). "The Bird Flu Is A Cock-Tease
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  • the isorhythmic motet 1400–1440, volume 1, page 118 (University of WisconsinMadison) As summarized in Example 3.14, nearly all of these introitus […]
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  • A Framework for Thorofare Planning in Madison Metropolitan Area[2], Digitized edition, University of Wisconsin, published 2007, page 1: Thorofare planning
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  • "Frightful, funny films for Halloween", The Daily Cardinal (University of Wisconsin-Madison), 30 October 2009 - 1 November 2009, page 6: "Dawn of the Dead," the
    1 KB (166 words) - 10:56, 8 December 2015
  • Donald N. Tuten, Koineization in Medieval Spanish, University of WisconsinMadison, page 340: What one sees here is the cumulative effect of repeated
    3 KB (260 words) - 18:38, 23 December 2015
  • Kaitlyn Schnell, "Confessions of a Fanson", Emmie (University of Wisconsin - Madison), Fall 2011, page 11: Fansons are a breed of their own, where every
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  • "Dumbledore heats up overwhelming fanfic", The Badger Herald (University of Wisconsin-Madison), 25 October 2007: For instance, those who write about or are interested
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  • Selected Dramas of Brecht and Soyinka, volume 1, page 21 (University of WisconsinMadison) What may be called ‘The Last Word’ on the thesis encapsulates an
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  • Edmunds & Alan Dundes, editors, Oedipus: A Folklore Casebook, Madison, Wis.: University of Wisconsin Press, ISBN 978-0-299-14853-9, page 64: The idea of parricide
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