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Albert Gallatin Blakey House

Albert Gallatin Blakey House is a historic home located at Boonville, Cooper County, Missouri. It was built about 1900, and is a 2+1⁄2-story, Queen Anne style brick dwelling. It has a two-story, rectangular brick addition with flat, parapeted roof and a two-story frame porch added about 1910.

Tea

Tea is an aromatic beverage prepared by pouring hot or boiling water over cured or fresh leaves of Camellia sinensis, an evergreen shrub native to China, India and other East Asian countries. Tea is also rarely made from the leaves of Camellia taliensis. After water, it is the most widely consumed drink in the world. …

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Mappa mundi

A mappa mundi is any medieval European map of the world. Such maps range in size and complexity from simple schematic maps 25 millimetres (1 inch) or less across to elaborate wall maps, the largest of which to survive to modern times, the Ebstorf map, was around 3.5 m (11 ft 6 in) in diameter. …

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Minnesota

Minnesota is a state in the upper Midwestern United States. It is the 12th largest U.S. state in area and the 22nd most populous, with over 5.7 million residents. Country United States Admitted to the Union May 11, 1858 (32nd) Capital Saint Paul Largest city Minneapolis Largest metro and urban areas Minneapolis–Saint Paul  Governor Tim Walz   Lieutenant Governor …

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Datum

A datum (singular of data) is a single value of a single variable. Something given or admitted especially as a basis for calculating or measuring. Any proposition assumed or given, from which conclusions may be drawn.

Basta (album)

Basta (Enough!/Das genügt!) is an album that was released by Quilapayún in 1969. It brings together popular and folk songs from Latin America, the former USSR, and Italy. This album included “La muralla”/The wall – one of the most popular folk songs in Latin America – based on the text of a poem by the …

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hour

English Alternative forms hower, houre, howre (obsolete) Etymology From Middle English houre, hour, oure, from Anglo-Norman houre, from Old French houre, (h)ore, from Latin hōra (“hour”), from Ancient Greek ὥρα (hṓra, “any time or period, whether of the year, month, or day”), from Proto-Indo-European *yeh₁- (“year, season”). Akin to Old English ġēar (“year”). Doublet of hora. Displaced native Middle English stunde, stound (“hour, moment, stound”) (from Old English stund (“hour, time, moment”)), Middle English ȝetid, tid (“hour, time”) from Old English *ġetīd, compare Old Saxon getīd (“hour, time”). Noun (plural hours) A time period of sixty minutes; one twenty-fourth of a day. spent …

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