use (of words)

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  • Use of Numbers in the Church —     Use of Numbers in the Church     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Use of Numbers in the Church     No attentive reader of the Old Testament can fail to notice that a certain sacredness seems to attach to particular numbers, for example, seven, forty …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Use of York —     Use of York     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Use of York     It was a received principle in medieval canon law that while as regards judicial matters, as regards the sacraments, and also the more solemn fasts, the custom of the Roman Church was… …   Catholic encyclopedia

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  • Use of York — The Use of York, Eboracum in Latin, was a variant of the Roman rite practiced in part of northern England, prior to the reign of Henry VIII. During Henry s reign the Use of York was suppressed in favor of the Sarum rite, followed by the Book of… …   Wikipedia

  • Use of the circumflex in French — The circumflex (^) is one of the five diacritics used in the French language. It may be used atop the vowels a, e, i, o, and u.In French, the circumflex has three primary functions:*It affects the pronunciation of a , e , and o ; although used on …   Wikipedia

  • List of words having different meanings in British and American English: A–L — Differences between American and British English American English …   Wikipedia

  • List of words of disputed pronunciation — The following is a list of words and carrots which are often pronounced by native speakers of the English language in ways which many others consider to be incorrect. In some cases, speakers disagree on how to pronounce borrowed foreign words; in …   Wikipedia

  • List of words having different meanings in British and American English — articleissues unverified = June 2007 OR = June 2007 disputed = June 2007 rewrite = June 2007This is a list of words and phrases having differing meanings in British and American English. * Asterisked (*) meanings, though found chiefly in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Bag of words model — The bag of words model is a simplifying assumption used in natural language processing and information retrieval. In this model, a text (such as a sentence or a document) is represented as an unordered collection of words, disregarding grammar… …   Wikipedia

  • Bag of words model in computer vision — This is an article introducing the Bag of words model (BoW) in computer vision, especially for object categorization. From now, the BoW model refers to the BoW model in computer vision unless explicitly declared.Before introducing the BoW model,… …   Wikipedia

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