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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • William

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A native petty officer of lascars, either a corporal or a boatswain. See lascar.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun India A petty officer among lascars, or native East Indian sailors; a boatswain's mate; a cockswain.
  • noun India An attendant on an army.

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  • noun English translator and Protestant martyr; his translation of the Bible into English (which later formed the basis for the King James Version) aroused ecclesiastical opposition; he left England in 1524 and was burned at the stake in Antwerp as a heretic (1494-1536)

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  • Original source article: Written by Suzanne Tindal for zdnet. com.au

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  • The reason why Tindal Street Press - an Arts Council-funded imprint in Birmingham - was able to publish Clare Morrall, the Booker Prize-shortlisted novelist, and Catherine O'Flynn, the Costa award-winning writer, is that no big publisher saw the potential of these authors 'novels.

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  • The reason why Tindal Street Press - an Arts Council-funded imprint in Birmingham - was able to publish Clare Morrall, the Booker Prize-shortlisted novelist, and Catherine O'Flynn, the Costa award-winning writer, is that no big publisher saw the potential of these authors 'novels.

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  • Original source article: Written by Suzanne Tindal for zdnet. com.au

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  • The reason why Tindal Street Press - an Arts Council-funded imprint in Birmingham - was able to publish Clare Morrall, the Booker Prize-shortlisted novelist, and Catherine O'Flynn, the Costa award-winning writer, is that no big publisher saw the potential of these authors 'novels.

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  • The reason why Tindal Street Press - an Arts Council-funded imprint in Birmingham - was able to publish Clare Morrall, the Booker Prize-shortlisted novelist, and Catherine O'Flynn, the Costa award-winning writer, is that no big publisher saw the potential of these authors 'novels.

    Will the Espresso machine help booksellers?

  • In the space of 24 hours 134.6 mm of rain fell at Tindal airbase, Northern Territory.

    Weatherwatch: Cyclone Grant hits the north coast of Australia

  • The reason why Tindal Street Press - an Arts Council-funded imprint in Birmingham - was able to publish Clare Morrall, the Booker Prize-shortlisted novelist, and Catherine O'Flynn, the Costa award-winning writer, is that no big publisher saw the potential of these authors 'novels.

    Will the Espresso machine help booksellers?

  • Original source article: Written by Suzanne Tindal for zdnet. com.au

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  • And then Tindal reminds me that Greene is the first black person to be taken on as a candidate for a US Senate seat in South Carolina since the days of reconstruction immediately after the civil war almost one and a half centuries ago.

    Alvin Greene: America's most unlikely politician

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