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  2. Frequentative - Wikipedia

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    In Finnish, a frequentative verb signifies a single action repeated, "around the place" both spatially and temporally. The complete translation would be "go — around aimlessly". There is a large array of different frequentatives, indicated by lexical agglutinative markers. In general, one frequentative is -:i-, and another -ele-, but it is ...

  3. How frequently are people saying 'please'? Not very often ...

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    But in reality, neither kids nor adults are saying “please” very often, a new study reveals. The word was used only 7% of the time when people of all ages made requests, according to ...

  4. FAQ - Wikipedia

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    A frequently asked questions ( FAQ) list is often used in articles, websites, email lists, and online forums where common questions tend to recur, for example through posts or queries by new users related to common knowledge gaps. The purpose of a FAQ is generally to provide information on frequent questions or concerns; however, the format is ...

  5. Most common words in English - Wikipedia

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    The number of distinct senses that are listed in Wiktionary is shown in the polysemy column. For example, "out" can refer to an escape, a removal from play in baseball, or any of 36 other concepts. On average, each word in the list has 15.38 senses. The sense count does not include the use of terms in phrasal verbs such as "put out" (as in ...

  6. List of Latin phrases (full) - Wikipedia

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    Frequently combined with Anno Domini, giving a date as both the age of Jesus Christ and the age of the decedent. Example: "Obiit anno Domini MDCXXXVI o (tricensimo sexto), [anno] aetatis suae XXV o (vicensimo quinto)" ("he died in the 1636th year of the Lord, [being] the 25th [year] of his age[/life]"). affidavit: he asserted

  7. Frequent urination - Wikipedia

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    Frequent urination, or urinary frequency (sometimes called pollakiuria ), is the need to urinate more often than usual. Diuretics are medications that increase urinary frequency. Nocturia is the need of frequent urination at night. [1] The most common cause of this condition for women and children is a urinary tract infection.

  8. Letter frequency - Wikipedia

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    Letter frequency is the number of times letters of the alphabet appear on average in written language. Letter frequency analysis dates back to the Arab mathematician Al-Kindi ( c. 801 –873 AD), who formally developed the method to break ciphers. Letter frequency analysis gained importance in Europe with the development of movable type in 1450 ...

  9. List of abbreviations used in medical prescriptions - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of abbreviations used in medical prescriptions, including hospital orders (the patient-directed part of which is referred to as sig codes).This list does not include abbreviations for pharmaceuticals or drug name suffixes such as CD, CR, ER, XT (See Time release technology § List of abbreviations for those).