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451. Anecdote (staaltjie) :: The appeal of Resnicks account is enhanced by the lure of Bohemia which he and Passlof enrich with anecdote and intertwine with aesthetics and social history
452. Calligraphy (kalligrafie) :: Then on Tuesday the Dorsey women get together for classes in such activities as calligraphy photography and health cookery
453. Ceramic (keramiek) :: The inspiration for this clay project came from ceramic dishes that I purchased on a family trip to Greece
454. Clavichord (klavesimbel) :: Technically pianoplaying began to shift from the digital emphasis growing out of lightactioned clavichords and harpsichords to working with the strength and flexibility of full arms and even back
455. Compilation (samestelling) :: It can be found on dozens of compilations but appeared first on this debut fulllength album
456. Curator (kurator) :: Take these works together and you grasp what lies behind Macmillans curatorship and a lifetime of scholarship
457. Epic (epiese) :: As he says in the introduction There is an attempt here to create an epic poem
458. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
459. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
460. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
461. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
462. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
463. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
464. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
465. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
466. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
467. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
468. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
469. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
470. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
471. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
472. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
473. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
474. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
475. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
476. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
477. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
478. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
479. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
480. Epigraph (epigraaf) :: Now the general issue about whether rich countries should do this is a complex one but the issue raised by one of the epigraphs with which the article starts is not
 

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