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  • (disambiguation) and Compiler (computing) Wikipedia isWikipedia is þýðandi m ‎(genitive singular þýðanda, nominative plural þýðendur) a translator (computing)
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  • Wikipedia has an article on: Purse (disambiguation) Wikipedia Wikipedia has an article on: purse Wikipedia From Middle English purse, from Old
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  • See also: Code and codé Wikipedia has articles on: Code (disambiguation) Wikipedia Wikipedia has an article on: code Wikipedia (Received
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  • See also: Mass, maß, Maß, Mass., and måss  Mass (disambiguation) on Wikipedia Wikipedia In late Middle English (circa 1400) as masse in the
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  • beautiful woman. e Spanish Wikipedia has an article on: Este (disambiguation) Wikipedia es IPA(key): /ˈeste/, [ˈest̪e] From Latin iste. este m
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  • See also: Tempo and tempó Wikipedia has articles on: Tempo (disambiguation) Wikipedia (UK) IPA(key): /ˈtɛm.pəʊ/ Rhymes: -ɛmpəʊ tempo ‎(plural
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  • See also: GNOME and gnōmē Wikipedia has articles on: Gnome (disambiguation) Wikipedia From Ancient Greek γνώμη ‎(gnṓmē, “thought, opinion”), from
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