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International Dialing Codes - Country Dialing Codes

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Select the country to see the area codes:Afghanistan +93Albania +355Algeria +213Andorra +376Angola +244Antigua and Barbuda +1Argentina +54Armenia +374Australia +61Austria +43Azerbaijan +994Bahamas +1Bahrain +973Bangladesh +880Barbados +1Belarus +375Belgiu

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publisher: University of California Press , released: 25 May, 1999

Arts & Letters Daily - ideas, criticism, debate

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style.org > Estimating the Airspeed Velocity of an Unladen Swallow

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If the first diagram (St = 0.2) is accurate, then the cruising speed of the European Swallow would be roughly 16 meters per second (15 beats per second * 1.1 meters per beat). If the second diagram (St = 0.4) is accurate, then the cruising speed of the Eu

Tibet, Now - New York Times

Monks at the Drigung Monastery in central Tibet, a country whose ancient Buddhist culture seems increasingly threatened by rapidly increasing tourism and development sponsored by the Chinese government.

January 2007

Arts & Letters Daily - ideas, criticism, debate

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In God's Name - New York Times

As Religious Programs Expand, Disputes Rise Over Tax Breaks By DIANA B. HENRIQUES As religious organizations extend their scope beyond traditional worship, government at all levels is increasingly extending their tax exemptions.

Blog » When potatoes are boiled in their jackets sufficiently, which fact is

When potatoes are boiled in their jackets sufficiently, which fact is generally tested by sticking a steel fork into them, they should be strained off, and allowed to get dry for a few minutes in the saucepan, which should be removed from the fire, as at

Hyperbole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Largely synonymous with exaggeration and overstatement, hyperbole is a figure of speech in which statements are exaggerated or extravagant. It may be used due to strong feelings or is used to create a strong impression and is not meant to be taken literal

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