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'Anata

Anata is a Palestinian town in the Jerusalem Governorate in the central West Bank, located four kilometers northeast of JerusalemSource: Wikipedia

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'And' theory of conservatism

a political neologism coined in 2000s Conservativism for the notion of "holistic" policy bringing together traditional Conservativism with some aspects of Liberalism (Right-libertarianism), combining policies like low taxation with traditionally LibeSource: Wikipedia

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'Anizzah

Currently is the largest of the Arab tribes, `Anizzah's existence as an autonomous tribal group, unlike that of many prominent modern tribes, predates the rise of Islam in the 7th century CESource: Wikipedia

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(Anesthesia) Pulling Teeth

an instrumental track by Cliff Burton on the Metallica album Kill 'Em AllSource: Wikipedia

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+Anima

an internationally-published ten-volume manga series by Natsumi MukaiSource: Wikipedia

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-ane

The suffix -ane is used in organic chemistry to form names of organic compounds where the -C-C- group has been attributed the highest priority according to the rules of organic nomenclatureSource: Wikipedia

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.an

the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Netherlands AntillesSource: Wikipedia

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Þangbrandr

a missionary sent to Iceland by king of Norway Óláfr Tryggvason to convert the inhabitants to Christianity. Snorri Sturluson described him as followsSource: Wikipedia

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Đàn bầu

a Vietnamese monochordSource: Wikipedia

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Đàn gáo

a Vietnamese bowed string instrument with two stringsSource: Wikipedia

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Đàn môi

the Vietnamese name of a traditional musical instrument widely used in minority ethnic groups in VietnamSource: Wikipedia

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Đàn nguyệt

a two-stringed Vietnamese traditional musical instrumentSource: Wikipedia

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Đàn nhị

a Vietnamese bowed string instrument with two stringsSource: Wikipedia

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Đàn sến

a Vietnamese plucked string instrument with two strings and a slender neck with raised fretsSource: Wikipedia

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Đàn tam thập lục

a Vietnamese hammered dulcimer with 36 metal stringsSource: Wikipedia

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Đàn tranh

(檀箏) is a plucked zither of VietnamSource: Wikipedia

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Đàn tỳ bà

a Vietnamese traditional plucked string instrumentSource: Wikipedia

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Đàn đá

a lithophone played by minority ethnic groups in the Central Highlands (Tay Nguyen) of Vietnam, in the provinces of Lam Dong, Dak Nong, Dak Lak, Gia Lai, and Kon TumSource: Wikipedia

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Đàn đáy

In the Vietnamese language, đàn is a classifier used primarily to refer to string instruments, and đáy means "bottom." Thus, the instrument's name translates literally as "bottom string instrument." However, the instrument's body has no backSource: Wikipedia

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Đặng Hữu Phúc

a Vietnamese pianist and composer best known for his film scoresSource: Wikipedia

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Đặng Minh Thu

19, is a beauty queen who represented Vietnam in Miss World 2007 in ChinaSource: Wikipedia

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Đặng Nhật Minh

one of Vietnam's foremost film directorsSource: Wikipedia

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Đặng Văn Ngữ

a Vietnamese doctor and intellectualSource: Wikipedia

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