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COMEDIAN
CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY
MUSICAL FOUNTAIN
LITERATURE
COMIC CON
CHINESE GARDEN
ARTS
CULTURES
QUAICH
ACANTHUS MOTIF
AQUASCAPING
BAKUTO
BEALE STREET
BEIJING
BOWL PACK
CAPE VERDE
CAPITALISM
CELLS
CHEEK PIERCING
CHENGDU
CHINA
COINDROP
COURT SHOE
DELAWARE
DIFFERENCES
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Comedian

  1. A comedian is a person who has a good memory for old jokes.

Cultural Geography

  1. Cultural geography is a relatively new sub-field within human geography.

Musical Fountain

  1. Musical Fountain is a marvelous fountain that is being maintained by the management of Bhilai Steel Plant at Maitry Baugh.

Literature

  1. Literature is a superstructure.
  2. Literature was not just literature, and science was not just science.

Comic Con

  1. Comic Con is a gathering of artists from all over (plus the comic books aren't so bad).

Chinese Garden

  1. The Chinese Garden is a wonderful little maze of tranquility and calm in the midst of the city.

Arts

  1. Arts are both influenced by tradition and realism in North Korea.
  2. The arts are supported by the state through the Macedonian Academy of Arts and Sciences, institutions of higher learning, and public theaters.

Cultures

  1. Cultures are not sacrosanct, cultural values shift of their own accord anyway over time.
  2. Cultures were maintained at 50-60% RH. Plants were subcultured every four weeks in both sets of experiments on the same media formulations.
  3. The cultures were metabolically labeled for 18 h.

Quaich

  1. Quaich is a Scots rendering of the Gaelic word "Cuach", meaning a cup.
  2. Quaich is a Scots rendering of the Gaelic word "Cuach", meaning a cup.
  3. The word "QUAICH" is derived from the Gaelic word "Cuach" which means "shallow cup" or as we know it today, a "drinking cup".

Acanthus Motif

  1. Acanthus motif is a popular decorative motif in the form of a scrolling leaf.

Aquascaping

  1. Aquascaping is a fairly simple extension of some more traditional Japanese arts and pastimes -- bonsai, bonkei, suiseki and ikebana for instance.
  2. Aquascaping is a hobby enjoyed by aquarium enthusiasts around the world.
  3. Aquascaping is an art form and the same principles of composition that I apply whenever I sit in front of a canvas can also be applied to aquascaping.

Bakuto

  1. The bakuto were the group that eventually became the modern day yakuza, an organized crime group much like the Mafia.

Beale Street

  1. Beale Street is a fun place to hang out.
  2. Beale Street is a tourist trap now, but at least it's got The Blues for its theme.

Beijing

  1. Beijing is an inland, insular, imperial city, laid out for political purpose.
  2. Beijing was disturbed because the investment would draw down the cash reserves of Hong Kong.

Bowl Pack

  1. A bowl pack is the amount of combustible plant material (usually cannabis or possibly tobacco) that is enough to completely fill the bowl of a smoking pipe.

Cape Verde

  1. Cape Verde is an archipelago located off the most westernmost point of the African continental coast.
  2. Cape Verde was uninhabited when the Portuguese arrived in 1456, and the islands were thus made part of the Portuguese empire.

Capitalism

  1. Capitalism is a powerful tool for gaining both freedom and prosperity.
  2. Capitalism is like water - it follows the path of least resistance.

Cells

  1. Cells are grouped horizontally (rows of cells) and vertically (columns of cells).
  2. Cells were cultured at a density of 2.0 x 10 6 in 10-cm culture dishes with 10 mL culture medium.

Cheek Piercing

  1. A cheek piercing is a facial body piercing.

Chengdu

  1. Chengdu was a hotbed of the poetry movement in the 1980s.
  2. Chengdu was called Brocade City at that time and Shu Brocade was popular throughout the country.

China

  1. China : a new history.
  2. China is the first country to use compass for ship going.
  3. China is the people's China, and its future belongs to us.
  4. China was a socialist country who had invaluable Communist leaders, Mao being the best able to lead and having the most advanced political line.
  5. China was also amending the National Conservation List of Key Aquatic Wildlife to include some endangered shark species, said Li.

Coindrop

  1. Coindrop is the popular name of a prank played mostly by young children and teenagers in Scotland, generally in public places such as shopping centres.

Court Shoe

  1. A court shoe is a popular choice because it is a comfortable high heel but still sexy.

Delaware

  1. Delaware is a state in the United States of America.
  2. Delaware is one of the 50 states of the United States of America.
  3. Delaware is one of three states, the others are Alaska and Rhode Island, that do not have a library that was donated by Andrew Carnegie.
  4. Delaware is one of three states, the others are Alaska and Rhode Island, that does not have a library that was donated by Andrew Carnegie.
  5. Delaware is the second-smallest state in the United States, Rhode Island being the smallest.

Differences

  1. Differences are inevitable.
  2. The differences are expressed in matchpoints or IMPs.
  3. The differences were smaller at the personal level (not reported here).

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