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  • Kaylin, Control of Retail Store Operations[1], page 213: When the router receives the package, he places the route number on it as well as on the triplicate
    9 KB (579 words) - 20:35, 29 October 2015
  • a journey. Shakespeare With easy roads he came to Leicester. A way or route. Charles Dickens, Little Dorrit He stirred up his hair with his sprightliest
    13 KB (591 words) - 09:07, 10 October 2015
  • rúta (category Icelandic terms derived from English)
    and rută Icelandic Wikipedia has an article on: rúta Wikipedia is An English loanword from the Second World War from route. IPA(key): /ˈruːta/
    710 bytes (55 words) - 16:36, 13 September 2015
  • hringur (category Icelandic terms derived from Old Norse)
    circle a ring (as in on a finger) something of round or circular shape a route which ends where it started lap (circuit around a race track) declension
    850 bytes (62 words) - 22:37, 20 May 2014
  • leg (category Icelandic terms with IPA pronunciation)
    changing the sails from one side to the other (nautical) side of a route in a sailing race game played in a tournament side in a triangle
    18 KB (828 words) - 10:38, 26 November 2015
  • beinir (category Icelandic terms with IPA pronunciation)
    (communication, computing) router declension of beinir The word router at the Icelandic Computer Glossary The word beinir at the Icelandic Computer Glossary
    559 bytes (45 words) - 02:55, 31 October 2015
  • rota (category Icelandic terms with IPA pronunciation)
    ‎(plural rote) wheel (all senses) Italian: ruota rota f (plural rotas) route (course or way travelled) (music) rota (mediaeval string instrument) (Roman
    8 KB (599 words) - 13:33, 17 October 2015
  • shield (section Etymology 1)
    schild ‎(“shield”), German Schild ‎(“shield”), Danish skjold ‎(“shield”), Icelandic skjöldur ‎(“shield”), Latin scūtum ‎(“shield”), Irish sciath ‎(“shield”)
    13 KB (591 words) - 04:17, 2 December 2015
  • blaze (section Etymology 1)
    (transitive) To make a thing shine like a flame. (transitive) To mark or cut (a route, especially through vegetation), or figuratively, to set a precedent for
    7 KB (532 words) - 03:58, 25 November 2015
  • biogenesis (category Translations to be checked (Icelandic))
    parasite. This evolutionary trajectory assumes the simplicity to complexity route of biogenesis, a point of view that is not universally accepted. Biosynthesis
    1 KB (131 words) - 00:13, 3 November 2015
  • beina (category Icelandic lemmas)
    ‎(third-person singular past indicative {{{1}}}, supine {{{2}}}) to turn, to direct, to channel to point, to train to route, to steer This verb needs an inflection-table
    812 bytes (78 words) - 01:06, 30 May 2015
  • 1.5 inches. (obsolete) Labour; parturition; travail. (act of travelling): journey, passage, tour, trip, voyage (activity or traffic along a route or
    13 KB (546 words) - 22:19, 28 October 2015
  • rotta (category Icelandic terms derived from Old Norse)
    singular of rotto rotta f ‎(plural rotte) (military) rout, defeat course, route, lane a rotta di collo rotta feminine singular past participle of rompere
    3 KB (139 words) - 14:58, 17 October 2015
  • mark (category Icelandic lemmas)
    French marque ‎(“mark; brand”), Swedish mark ‎(“mark, land, territory”), Icelandic mark ‎(“mark, sign”), Latin margo ‎(“edge, margin”), Sanskrit मर्या ‎(maryā
    26 KB (2,206 words) - 13:00, 13 November 2015
  • rout (section Etymology 1)
    Rhymes: -aʊt Homophone: route (in some pronunciations) From Middle English routen, ruten, from Old English hrūtan ‎(“to make a noise, whiz, snore”)
    7 KB (886 words) - 17:14, 16 October 2015
  • participle undergrounding, simple past and past participle undergrounded) To route electricity distribution cables underground 1962, David Pesonen, “Battles
    10 KB (539 words) - 12:56, 12 November 2015
  • meta (category Icelandic terms derived from Old Norse)
    pyramid turning point, winning post (pillar at each end of the Circus route) boundary limit (figuratively) goal, end, limit, turning point vocative
    8 KB (686 words) - 21:42, 13 November 2015
  • relay (section Etymology 1)
    c.] (now chiefly historical) A new set of horses kept along a specific route so that they can replace animals that are tired. [from 17th c.] (by extension)
    5 KB (352 words) - 12:33, 24 July 2015
  • we started off across the fields […] . And thus we came by a circuitous route to Mohair, […] . My client welcomed the judge […] and they disappeared together
    7 KB (287 words) - 14:48, 25 November 2015
  • loop (section Etymology 1)
    that starts and ends at the same point. (transport) A bus or rail route, walking route, etc. that starts and ends at the same point. (algebra) A quasigroup
    10 KB (659 words) - 22:12, 9 November 2015

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