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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.
Enjoy generations of New Orleans dishes, a complete glossary of herbs and spices, cooking tips throughout, and sketches of historical culinary landmarks that were inspired by the Ursuline women.
Today, the shirt is so heavily identified with the skinhead movement the Southern Poverty Law Center includes an entry on the Perry shirt in its racist skinhead glossary.
Many geology textbooks and glossaries, including the current entry in Wikipedia, note that the term roche moutonnée originated with Horace-Bénédict de Saussure, an 18th-century Swiss geologist who traveled extensively through the Alps.
Here's your glossary of every core character and their whereabouts and status by the end of the sixth season.
The book comes with recipes and a Spanish and Yiddish glossary.
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GLOSSARY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of glossary for English Language Learners
: a list that gives definitions of the hard or unusual words found in a book
: a dictionary of the special terms in a particular field or job
GLOSSARY Defined for Kids
Definition of glossary for Students
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