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.ca
.ca abbr. Canada (in Internet addresses). * * *
.cc
.cc abbr. Cocos Islands (in Internet addresses). * * *
.cd
.cd abbr. Democratic Republic of the Congo (in Internet addresses). * * *
.cf
.cf abbr. Central African Republic (in Internet addresses). * * *
.cg
.cg abbr. Republic of the Congo (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ch
.ch abbr. Switzerland (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ci
.ci abbr. Côte d'Ivoire (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ck
.ck abbr. Cook Islands (in Internet addresses). * * *
.cl
.cl abbr. Chile (in Internet addresses). * * *
.cm
.cm abbr. Cameroon (in Internet addresses). * * *
.cn
.cn abbr. China (in Internet addresses). * * *
.co
.co abbr. Colombia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.com
.com abbr. commercial organization (in Internet addresses). * * *
.cr
.cr abbr. Costa Rica (in Internet addresses). * * *
.cu
.cu abbr. Cuba (in Internet addresses). * * *
.cv
.cv abbr. Cape Verde (in Internet addresses). * * *
.cy
.cy abbr. Cyprus (in Internet addresses). * * *
.cz
.cz abbr. Czech Republic (in Internet addresses). * * *
.de
.de abbr. Germany (in Internet addresses). * * *
.dj
.dj abbr. Djibouti (in Internet addresses). * * *
.dk
.dk abbr. Denmark (in Internet addresses). * * *
.dm
.dm abbr. Dominica (in Internet addresses). * * *
.do
.do abbr. Dominican Republic (in Internet addresses). * * *
.dz
.dz abbr. Algeria (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ec
.ec abbr. Ecuador (in Internet addresses). * * *
.edu
.edu abbr. educational institution (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ee
.ee abbr. Estonia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.eg
.eg abbr. Egypt (in Internet addresses). * * *
.eh
.eh abbr. Western Sahara (in Internet addresses). * * *
.er
.er abbr. Eritrea (in Internet addresses). * * *
.es
.es abbr. Spain (in Internet addresses). * * *
.et
.et abbr. Ethiopia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.fi
.fi abbr. Finland (in Internet addresses). * * *
.fj
.fj abbr. Fiji (in Internet addresses). * * *
.fk
.fk abbr. Falkland Islands (in Internet addresses). * * *
.fm
.fm abbr. Federated States of Micronesia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.fo
.fo abbr. Faeroe Islands (in Internet addresses). * * *
.fr
.fr abbr. France (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ga
.ga abbr. Gabon (in Internet addresses). * * *
.gb
.gb abbr. Great Britain (in Internet addresses). * * *
.gd
.gd abbr. Grenada (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ge
.ge abbr. ( (in Internet addresses). * * *
.gf
.gf abbr. French Guiana (in Internet addresses). * * *
.gh
.gh abbr. Ghana (in Internet addresses). * * *
.gi
.gi abbr. Gibraltar (in Internet addresses). * * *
.gl
.gl abbr. Greenland (in Internet addresses). * * *
.gm
.gm abbr. Gambia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.gn
.gn abbr. Guinea (in Internet addresses). * * *
.gov
.gov abbr. government agency (in Internet addresses).   Usage Note: For Internet addresses of the United States government,.gov is the top-level domain only for federal ...
.gp
.gp abbr. Guadeloupe (in Internet addresses). * * *
.gq
.gq abbr. Equatorial Guinea (in Internet addresses). * * *
.gr
.gr abbr. Greece (in Internet addresses). * * *
.gt
.gt abbr. Guatemala (in Internet addresses). * * *
.gu
.gu abbr. Guam (in Internet addresses). * * *
.gw
.gw abbr. Guinea-Bissau (in Internet addresses). * * *
.gy
.gy abbr. Guyana (in Internet addresses). * * *
.hk
.hk abbr. Hong Kong (in Internet addresses). * * *
.hn
.hn abbr. Honduras (in Internet addresses). * * *
.hr
.hr abbr. Croatia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ht
.ht abbr. Haiti (in Internet addresses). * * *
.hu
.hu abbr. Hungary (in Internet addresses). * * *
.id
.id abbr. Indonesia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ie
.ie abbr. Ireland (in Internet addresses). * * *
.il
.il abbr. Israel (in Internet addresses). * * *
.in
.in abbr. India (in Internet addresses). * * *
.iq
.iq abbr. Iraq (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ir
.ir abbr. Iran (in Internet addresses). * * *
.is
.is abbr. Iceland (in Internet addresses). * * *
.it
.it abbr. Italy (in Internet addresses). * * *
.jm
.jm abbr. Jamaica (in Internet addresses). * * *
.jo
.jo abbr. Jordan (in Internet addresses). * * *
.jp
.jp abbr. Japan (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ke
.ke abbr. Kenya (in Internet addresses). * * *
.kg
.kg abbr. Kyrgyzstan (in Internet addresses). * * *
.kh
.kh abbr. Cambodia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ki
.ki abbr. Kiribati (in Internet addresses). * * *
.km
.km abbr. Comoros (in Internet addresses). * * *
.kn
.kn abbr. Saint Kitts and Nevis (in Internet addresses). * * *
.kp
.kp abbr. North Korea (in Internet addresses). * * *
.kr
.kr abbr. South Korea (in Internet addresses). * * *
.kw
.kw abbr. Kuwait (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ky
.ky abbr. Cayman Islands (in Internet addresses). * * *
.kz
.kz abbr. Kazakhstan (in Internet addresses). * * *
.la
.la abbr. Laos (in Internet addresses). * * *
.lb
.lb abbr. Lebanon (in Internet addresses). * * *
.lc
.lc abbr. Saint Lucia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.li
.li abbr. Liechtenstein (in Internet addresses). * * *
.lk
.lk abbr. Sri Lanka (in Internet addresses). * * *
.lr
.lr abbr. Liberia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ls
.ls abbr. Lesotho (in Internet addresses). * * *
.lt
.lt abbr. Lithuania (in Internet addresses). * * *
.lu
.lu abbr. Luxembourg (in Internet addresses). * * *
.lv
.lv abbr. Latvia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ly
.ly abbr. Libya (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ma
.ma abbr. Morocco (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mc
.mc abbr. Monaco (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mg
.mg abbr. Madagascar (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mh
.mh abbr. Marshall Islands (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mil
.mil abbr. U.S. military organization (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mk
.mk abbr. Macedonia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ml
.ml abbr. Mali (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mm
.mm abbr. Myanmar (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mn
.mn abbr. Mongolia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mo
.mo abbr. Macao (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mp
.mp abbr. Northern Mariana Islands (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mq
.mq abbr. Martinique (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mr
.mr abbr. Mauritania (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ms
.ms abbr. Montserrat (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mt
.mt abbr. Malta (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mu
.mu abbr. Mauritius (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mv
.mv abbr. Maldives (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mw
.mw abbr. Malawi (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mx
.mx abbr. Mexico (in Internet addresses). * * *
.my
.my abbr. Malaysia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.mz
.mz abbr. Mozambique (in Internet addresses). * * *
.na
.na abbr. Namibia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.nc
.nc abbr. New Caledonia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ne
.ne abbr. Niger (in Internet addresses). * * *
.net
.net abbr. network provider (in Internet addresses). * * *
.nf
.nf abbr. Norfolk Island (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ng
.ng abbr. Nigeria (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ni
.ni abbr. Nicaragua (in Internet addresses). * * *
.nl
.nl abbr. Netherlands (in Internet addresses). * * *
.no
.no abbr. Norway (in Internet addresses). * * *
.np
.np abbr. Nepal (in Internet addresses). * * *
.nr
.nr abbr. Nauru (in Internet addresses). * * *
.nu
.nu abbr. Niue (in Internet addresses). * * *
.nz
.nz abbr. New Zealand (in Internet addresses). * * *
.om
.om abbr. Oman (in Internet addresses). * * *
.org
.org abbr. organization (in Internet addresses). * * *
.pa
.pa abbr. Panama (in Internet addresses). * * *
.pe
.pe abbr. Peru (in Internet addresses). * * *
.pf
.pf abbr. French Polynesia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.pg
.pg abbr. Papua New Guinea (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ph
.ph abbr. Philippines (in Internet addresses). * * *
.pk
.pk abbr. Pakistan (in Internet addresses). * * *
.pm
.pm abbr. Saint Pierre and Miquelon (in Internet addresses). * * *
.pr
.pr abbr. Puerto Rico (in Internet addresses). * * *
.pt
.pt abbr. Portugal (in Internet addresses). * * *
.pw
.pw abbr. Palau (in Internet addresses). * * *
.py
.py abbr. Paraguay (in Internet addresses). * * *
.qa
.qa abbr. Qatar (in Internet addresses). * * *
.re
.re abbr. Réunion (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ro
.ro abbr. Romania (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ru
.ru abbr. Russia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.sa
.sa abbr. Saudi Arabia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.sb
.sb abbr. Solomon Islands (in Internet addresses). * * *
.sc
.sc abbr. Seychelles (in Internet addresses). * * *
.sd
.sd abbr. Sudan (in Internet addresses). * * *
.se
.se abbr. Sweden (in Internet addresses). * * *
.sg
.sg abbr. Singapore (in Internet addresses). * * *
.sh
.sh abbr. Saint Helena (in Internet addresses). * * *
.si
.si abbr. Slovenia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.sj
.sj abbr. Svalbard and Jan Mayen Island (in Internet addresses). * * *
.sk
.sk abbr. Slovakia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.sl
.sl abbr. Sierra Leone (in Internet addresses). * * *
.sm
.sm abbr. San Marino (in Internet addresses). * * *
.sn
.sn abbr. Senegal (in Internet addresses). * * *
.so
.so abbr. Somalia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.sr
.sr abbr. Suriname (in Internet addresses). * * *
.st
.st abbr. São Tomé and Príncipe (in Internet addresses). * * *
.sv
.sv abbr. El Salvador (in Internet addresses). * * *
.sy
.sy abbr. Syria (in Internet addresses). * * *
.sz
.sz abbr. Swaziland (in Internet addresses). * * *
.tc
.tc abbr. Turks and Caicos Islands (in Internet addresses). * * *
.td
.td abbr. Chad (in Internet addresses). * * *
.tg
.tg abbr. Togo (in Internet addresses). * * *
.th
.th abbr. Thailand (in Internet addresses). * * *
.tj
.tj abbr. Tajikistan (in Internet addresses). * * *
.tk
.tk abbr. Tokelau Islands (in Internet addresses). * * *
.tm
.tm abbr. Turkmenistan (in Internet addresses). * * *
.tn
.tn abbr. Tunisia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.to
.to abbr. Tonga (in Internet addresses). * * *
.tr
.tr abbr. Turkey (in Internet addresses). * * *
.tt
.tt abbr. Trinidad and Tobago (in Internet addresses). * * *
.tv
.tv abbr. Tuvalu (in Internet addresses). * * *
.tw
.tw abbr. Taiwan (in Internet addresses). * * *
.tz
.tz abbr. Tanzania (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ua
.ua abbr. Ukraine (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ug
.ug abbr. Uganda (in Internet addresses). * * *
.uk
.uk abbr. United Kingdom (in Internet addresses). * * *
.us
.us abbr. United States of America (in Internet addresses). * * *
.uy
.uy abbr. Uruguay (in Internet addresses). * * *
.uz
.uz abbr. Uzbekistan (in Internet addresses). * * *
.va
.va abbr. Vatican City (in Internet addresses). * * *
.vc
.vc abbr. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ve
.ve abbr. Venezuela (in Internet addresses). * * *
.vg
.vg abbr. British Virgin Islands (in Internet addresses). * * *
.vi
.vi abbr. U.S. Virgin Islands (in Internet addresses). * * *
.vn
.vn abbr. Vietnam (in Internet addresses). * * *
.vu
.vu abbr. Vanuatu (in Internet addresses). * * *
.wf
.wf abbr. Wallis and Futuna Islands (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ws
.ws abbr. Samoa (in Internet addresses). * * *
.ye
.ye abbr. Yemen (in Internet addresses). * * *
.yu
.yu abbr. Yugoslavia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.za
.za abbr. South Africa (in Internet addresses). * * *
.zm
.zm abbr. Zambia (in Internet addresses). * * *
.zw
.zw abbr. Zimbabwe (in Internet addresses). * * *
007
the British Secret Service code name of James Bond in the novels by Ian Fleming and in the films based on them. According to the stories, numbers beginning ‘00’ are given to ...
1 000 Guineas
➡ Thousand Guineas. * * *
1-naphthol
/wun"naf"thawl, -thol, -nap"-/, n. Chem. alpha-naphthol. See under naphthol. * * *
10
the upper end of a rating scale, with 10 indicating the best or a perfect score: That new novel is wonderful - I'd rate it a 10. * * *
10 Largest U.S. Bankruptcies Filed Since 1980
▪ Table   Prebankruptcy Company Date Filed Assets WorldCom, Inc. July 21, 2002 $103.9 billion Enron Corp. Dec. 2, 2001 $63.4 billion Conseco, Inc. Dec. 18, 2002 $61.4 ...
10-gauge
/ten"gayj'/, n. 1. Also called 10-gauge shotgun. a shotgun using a shell of approx. 0.775 in. (1.97 cm) in diameter. 2. the shell itself. * * *
101
/wun"oh wun"/, adj. comprising the introductory material in or as if in a course of study (used postpositively): Economics 101; Life 101; It's Jungle 101 on a trip up the ...
1040 form
n (in the US) the main official income tax document that people must complete and send to the IRS each year by 15 April. It contains questions to show whether a person owes tax ...
1054, Schism of
▪ Christianity also called  East–West Schism        event that precipitated the final separation between the Eastern (Eastern Orthodoxy) Christian churches ...
1066
the year when the Battle of Hastings took place, and the Normans gained control of England. It is one of the few dates that most British people remember, because it was the last ...
1066 And All That
a humorous book (1930) about the history of Britain which also makes fun of the way in which it was taught in schools. The two authors, Walter Sellar and Robert Yeatman, were ...
1080
/ten"ay"tee/. See sodium fluoroacetate. Also, ten-eighty. * * *
12-step
☆ 12-step or twelve-step [twelv′step΄] adj. 〚after the Twelve Steps, twelve guiding concepts forming part of the Alcoholics Anonymous program 〛 designating or having to ...
12-tone music
      large body of music, written roughly since World War I, that uses the so-called 12-tone method or technique of composition. The Austrian-born composer Arnold ...
13 Keys to the White House
▪ Table The 13 Keys to the White House The Keys are statements that favour the reelection of the incumbent party. When five or fewer statements are false, the incumbent party ...
16-gauge
/siks"teen gayj"/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or being a size of shotgun shell having a diameter of 0.662 in. (1.68 cm). 2. of, pertaining to, or being a shotgun using such a ...
1763, Proclamation of
▪ British history       proclamation declared by the British crown at the end of the French and Indian War in North America, mainly intended to conciliate the Indians by ...
1801, Concordat of
▪ French religious history       agreement reached on July 15, 1801, between Napoleon Bonaparte and papal and clerical representatives in both Rome and Paris, defining ...
1812, War of
▪ United Kingdom-United States history Introduction   (June 18, 1812–Feb. 17, 1815), conflict fought between the United States and Great Britain over British violations of ...
1830, Revolutions of
▪ European history       rebellions against conservative kings and governments by liberals and revolutionaries in different parts of Europe in ...
1848, Revolutions of
▪ European history  series of republican revolts against European monarchies, beginning in Sicily, and spreading to France, Germany, Italy, and the Austrian Empire. They all ...
1850, Compromise of
▪ United States history  series of compromise measures passed by the U.S. Congress in an effort to settle several outstanding slavery issues and to avert the threat of ...
1922 Committee
(also the Conservative and Unionist Members’ Committee) (in Britain) the group of Conservative Members of Parliament that includes all the party’s backbenchers. Its name ...
1945—A Watershed Year
▪ 1996 Introduction       The year 1995 has been called "the 50th anniversary of almost everything," and the hyperbole is arguably slight. The only world many of us have ...
1983 Beirut barracks bombings
 terrorist (terrorism) bombing attacks against U.S. and French armed forces in Beirut on Oct. 23, 1983 that claimed 299 lives. The attacks, which took place amid the sectarian ...
1984
an antiutopian novel (1949) by George Orwell. * * *
1b
1b Baseball abbrev. 1. first base 2. first baseman * * *
2 000 Guineas
➡ Two Thousand Guineas * * *
2,000 Guineas (1900present)
▪ Table 2,000 Guineas (1900–present) year horse jockey 1900 Diamond Jubilee H. Jones 1901 Handicapper W. Halsey 1902 Sceptre H. Randall 1903 Rock Sand J. ...
2,4,5-T
/tooh"fawr"fuyv"tee", fohr"/. See trichlorophenoxyacetic acid. * * *
2,4-D
/tooh"fawr"dee", fohr"-/. See dichlorophenoxyacetic acid. * * *
2,6-dichlorobenzonitrile
/tooh"siks"duy klawr'euh ben zon"i tril, -klohr'-/, n. dichlobenil. [DI-1 + CHLORO-2 + BENZO- + NITRILE] * * *
2-naphthol
/tooh"naf"thawl, -thol, -nap"-/, n. Chem. beta-naphthol. See under naphthol. * * *
2.1
➡ higher education * * *
2.2
➡ higher education * * *
20 brightest stars
▪ Table The 20 brightest stars name visual magnitude1 and spectral type distance in light-years2 visual luminosity relative to the Sun A3 B3 A3 B3 Sirius –1.44 A1 ...
20 nearest stars
▪ Table The 20 nearest stars name visual magnitude* and spectral type distance in light-years** visual luminosity relative to the ...
2001: A Space Odyssey
a film (1968) about future travel in space, written by Arthur C Clarke and Stanley Kubrick, who also directed it. The story is about a long trip taken in a spacecraft by two ...
2003 Cricket World Cup
▪ 2004       Despite political controversy over games to be played in Zimbabwe and Kenya, the suspension of Australian bowler Shane Warne (one of cricket's leading ...
2005 Annual Megacensus of Religions
▪ 2006       Statistical data about religions and churches have been generated from various sources at least since 1750, and the amount of data available has been ...
2007 Cricket World Cup
▪ 2008       An ill-fated tournament from the start, the 2007 World Cup ended in farce and near darkness on April 28, with Australia beating Sri Lanka by 53 runs in a ...
2008 World Series
▪ baseball championship Introduction       Welcome to Britannica's special coverage of the 2008 World Series. Often referred to as the “Fall Classic,” the World ...
20th Century Fox
a major Hollywood film company. It was established in 1935, with Darryl F Zanuck as head of production until 1956. Its many successful films have included The Grapes of Wrath, ...
21-centimetre radiation
      electromagnetic radiation of radio wavelength emitted by cold, neutral, interstellar hydrogen atoms. The hydrogen atom is composed of a positively charged particle, ...
24
▪ American television program       American prime-time television action-suspense series airing on the Fox Network and syndicated globally. Since its first episode ...
24-7
/twen"tee fawr' sev"euhn, -fohr'-, twun"tee-/, adv. 1. Slang. continually; constantly: They're together 24-7. adj. 2. continual; constant: The manufacturer offers 24-7 customer ...
24/7
24/7 adv., adj. Informal twenty-four hours a day and seven days a week; continuous(ly): also 24-7 * * *
25 Largest U.S. Banks
▪ Table 25 Largest U.S. Banks1     Bank Assets (in U.S. $000,000) 1 Chase Manhattan Corp. 366,574 2 Citicorp 300,381 3 NationsBank Corp. 285,656 4 J.P. Morgan & ...
26th of July Movement
▪ Cuban history Spanish  Movimiento 26 de Julio        revolutionary movement led by Fidel Castro (Castro, Fidel) that overthrew the regime of Fulgencio Batista in ...
2b
2b Baseball abbrev. 1. second base 2. second baseman * * *
3-D
/three"dee"/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or representing something in three dimensions; three-dimensional: 3-D movies. n. 2. a three-dimensional form or appearance: My dreams are ...
30 Doradus
▪ astronomy also called  Tarantula Nebula (catalog number NGC 2070)   immense ionized-hydrogen region in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way ...
30-30
/therr"tee therr"tee/, n. 1. a rifle using a cartridge approximately .30 inch in diameter, originally having a powder charge of 30 grains but now of various charges. 2. the ...
30-dash
/therr"tee dash'/, n. Print., Journalism. the symbol - 30 - , - XXX - , - O - , etc., often used to mark the end of a piece of copy, story, etc. * * *
38
/therr"tee ayt"/, n., pl.. 38s, 38's. 1. a pistol or revolver using a cartridge approximately .38 inch in diameter. 2. the cartridge itself. Also, thirty-eight. * * *
38th parallel
the line on the map that marks the border between North Korea and South Korea, established in 1945 after World War II. When US troops crossed it during the Korean War in 1950 ...
3b
3b Baseball abbrev. 1. third base 2. third baseman * * *
3M
(in full Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company) a large US company best known for its Scotch tape, Scotchgard Fabric Protection and Post-it Notes. It actually produces about ...
3M Co.
U.S. corporation headquartered in St. Paul, Minn., manufacturing a wide range of products. It was incorporated as Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Co. in 1902; its first ...
4 × 4
/fawr" buy fawr', fohr" buy fohr', beuh/ a four-wheeled automotive vehicle having four-wheel drive. * * *
4-F
/fawr"ef", fohr"-/, n. 1. a U.S. Selective Service classification designating a person considered physically, psychologically, or morally unfit for military duty. 2. a person so ...
4-H
☆ 4-H [fôr′āch′ ] n. 〚< its aim to improve the h( ead), h( eart), h( ands), and h( ealth)〛 a rural and urban youth program sponsored by the U.S. Department of ...
4-H Club
▪ American organization       one of an organization of clubs for youth aged 10 to 21 who engage in programs of “learning by doing.” The clubs are found principally ...
4-HClub
4-H Club or Four-H Club (fôrʹāchʹ, fōrʹ-) n. A youth organization sponsored by the Department of Agriculture and offering instruction in agriculture and home ...
401
401(k) [fôr΄ō΄wun΄kā′] n. pl. 401(k)s or 401(k)'s 〚< designation of section of U.S. Internal Revenue Code on which it is based〛 1. a type of retirement plan in which ...

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