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      <p ns="0" title="Latin abbreviations for English place-names" snippet="...is reflects best practice in Latin: the words are actually [[adjective]]s, &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; &#039;of Oxford&#039;, &#039;of Canterbury&#039;, etc. - though they are often given in English&#10;! Abbreviation !! Latin word(s) !! English &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; !! Notes&#10;" size="3511" wordcount="533" timestamp="2014-12-16T10:51:09Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Data" snippet="...assumed as fact, and made the basis of reasoning or calculation&amp;quot;; and its &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; is &amp;quot;Facts, esp. numerical facts, collected together for reference or inform&#10;" size="2449" wordcount="412" timestamp="2015-01-02T00:06:25Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Antithesis (plural)" snippet="...&#039;is&#039;&#039;&#039;&amp;lt;/big&amp;gt; forms its plural as antithes&amp;lt;big&amp;gt;&#039;&#039;&#039;es&#039;&#039;&#039;&amp;lt;/big&amp;gt;.   Its common &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; is simply &#039;opposite&#039;, both as a technical term of [[rhetoric]] and as a wor&#10;" size="506" wordcount="81" timestamp="2017-03-01T14:01:16Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Appendi-" snippet="...ass)|verb]] (&#039;to appendix&#039;), as in &#039;he appendixed his data to his report&#039;, &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; &#039;he gave the data as [&#039;&#039;or&#039;&#039; in] an appendix to his report&#039;, is frowned on &#10;" size="1611" wordcount="253" timestamp="2017-03-07T10:09:22Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Consorti-" snippet="...n the pronunciation of &#039;&#039;&#039;consortium&#039;&#039;&#039;]], and [[consort|AWE&#039;s note on its &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt;]].&#10;" size="431" wordcount="64" timestamp="2017-06-23T17:08:53Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Colloqui-" snippet="&#039;&#039;&#039;Colloquium&#039;&#039;&#039; is a [[Latin]] word, &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt;: a conference, seminar or a meeting for a discussion.  (The original has &#039;&#039;&#10;" size="539" wordcount="87" timestamp="2014-12-10T12:00:45Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Corpus" snippet="&#039;&#039;&#039;Corpus&#039;&#039;&#039; was originally a [[Latin]] word.  Its basic &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; is &#039;body&#039;.  The plural of &#039;&#039;&#039;corpus&#039;&#039;&#039; is &#039;&#039;&#039;corpor&amp;lt;big&amp;gt;a&amp;lt;/big&amp;gt;&#039;&#039;&#039;: see [[-&#10;...ten basis of the Civil Law, or &#039;the corpus of [[Shakespeare]]&#039;s writings&#039;, &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; the Complete Works; and dictionaries are increasingly based on corpora of t&#10;" size="1011" wordcount="168" timestamp="2015-01-01T15:37:22Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Linguistic" snippet="...rt from the way the ideas were expressed in language. The most widely used &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; of &#039;a &#039;&#039;&#039;linguist&#039;&#039;&#039;&#039; is &#039;a person who speaks a second or other language&#039;, &#10;This broad &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; has a more carefully refined &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt;. A &#039;&#039;&#039;linguist&#039;&#039;&#039;, can be &amp;quot;a student [or teacher, or academic generally] of&#10;" size="1835" wordcount="280" timestamp="2008-10-12T19:30:46Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Dict-" snippet="Its original &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; in [[Latin]] was simply &#039;something said&#039;.  In academic writing, it most oft&#10;" size="898" wordcount="149" timestamp="2015-01-01T16:07:28Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Latin abbreviations" snippet="! Abbreviation !! Latin word(s) !! English &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; !! Notes&#10;" size="2477" wordcount="402" timestamp="2017-09-16T16:58:44Z" />
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