Electra House (Headquarters of the forerunner of PWE) (WWII)
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[ Middle English ei
.] An expression of inquiry or slight surprise.
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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for WESTERN SAHARA.
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• (interj.) An expression of inquiry or slight surprise.
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(from the article `mineral`) ...sequence. Atmospheric conditions are characterized by low temperatures and pressures, and under such conditions stability fields of minerals can ...
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electric (train) heating
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Eh (eɪ or ɛ) is a spoken interjection in English that is similar in meaning to `Excuse me,` `Please repeat that` or `huh?` It is also commonly used as a question tag, i.e., method for inciting a reply, as in `It`s nice here, eh?` In North America, it is most commonly associated with Canada and Canadian English, and also Michigan`s Uppe...
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