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Here are the main issues at stake and a glossary of the terms being thrown around.
Yes, there’s a glossary on the JuneBaby website, one that gives you the lowdown on everything from burgoo and calalu to ugali and succotash.
All or part of it may be dark because of a broken filament or a sketchy shunt (see glossary).
MacFarlane spent years collecting words from all over Britain, in all of its dialects, which are given in glossaries and read like a gift.
Another useful resource for poker newbies is playMGM’s helpful glossary of terms.
Maria Torres: 816-234-4379, @maria_torres3 English-to-Spanish glossary of some football terms Football (the ball): Ovoide (the Spanish word for oval) Quarterback: Mariscal de campo (the Spanish phrase for field marshal)
The site, KentuckyPensions.com, displays information about the pension crisis, answers frequently asked questions, includes a glossary of key terms and promises to post the latest developments on the pension issue.
A nautical glossary Spar: A stout pole such as those used for masts, etc.; a mast, yard, boom, gaff or the like.
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