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- adj. Abbreviation of first.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. preceding all other objects or events in order, time, or importance; occurring before all other members of a series.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. indicating the beginning unit in a series
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Scroll Jar, Qumran settlement and Qumran Cave 7, 1st century B. C.-1st century A.D.
Boxwood comb, Wadi Murabba'at, 1st century B. C.-1st century A.D.
Some of my favorite novels are written in 1st person.
How many Effing years have we have email and NOW they invent this? site to see • Threadbanger has a bunch of things you can do with vinyl LPs besides play them, i'm kinda over the things you can do with books beside read them. don't forget • April 1st is Edible Book Day kiddies. obit of note • Henry Bemis Hero Bibliomaniac at 97. from Fine Books Blog. at
Back in 1st century A.D. (or C.E., if it pleases you), the Romans were really starting to crank things up.
Revenues 84% less than expected. (where have we seen that before) Reserve gone in 1st year and General Fund had to pony up 4+ million.
May: In most countries May 1st is a day to celebrate the accomplishments of unions.
My daughter is taking a Pastel Art Class in 1st grade .... and if she wanted to go to some nature/science/math/save the world camp ...
Then add these costs, and I can attest to the 10K number as accurate, and a new home stated after July 1st is going to be a hard sell.
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