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[journal] This is a poetry journal associated with what would later be called Language poetry because during the time span in which This was published, "many poets of the emerging Language school were represented in its pages". The first three issues were edited by Robert Grenier and Barrett Watten (1971–1973). The subsequent nine issues
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[computer programming] In many object-oriented programming languages, this (also called self or Me) is a keyword that is used in instance methods to refer to the object on which they are working. C++ and languages which derive in style from it (such as Java, C#, and PHP) generally use this. Smalltalk and others such as Object Pascal, Python
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This (&thlig;ĭs) pron. & adjective ; plural These (&thlig;ēz). [ Middle English this , thes , Anglo-Saxon ðēs , masc., ðeós , fem., ðis , neut.; akin to Old Saxon these , Dutch deze , German dieser , Ol
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Origin: OE. This, thes, AS. Oes, masc, oeos, fem, ois, neut.; akin to OS. These, D. Deze, G. Dieser, OHG. Diser, deser, Icel. Oessi; originally from the definite article + a particle -se, -si; cf. Goth. Sai behold. See The, That, and cf. These, Those. ... 1. As a demonstrative pronoun, this denotes something that is present or near in place or time
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• (pron. & a.) As a demonstrative pronoun, this denotes something that is present or near in place or time, or something just mentioned, or that is just about to be mentioned. • (pron. & a.) As an adjective, this has the same demonstrative force as the pronoun, but is followed by a noun; as, this book; this way to town.This: words in the
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(from the article `Jirj`) ...Upper Egypt. It is situated on the west bank of the Nile River, which encroached considerably on the town in the 18th and 19th centuries. In ...
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This, in the English language, is the singular proximal demonstrative. It may also refer to: ==People== ==Places== ==Media== ==Music== ==Computers== ...
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[Canadian magazine] This Magazine is an independent alternative Canadian political magazine. It was launched "by a gang of school activists" in 1966 as This Magazine is About Schools, a journal covering political issues in the education system. During its early years, its editorial offices were located near the University of Toronto in spac
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[Lost and Found album] This is a full length concept album by acoustic duo Lost and Found. Like some of their albums, this one includes an interlude at the end of most of the songs. The interlude is an instrumental version of the chorus from the song "Remember Me". Two songs, "Baby" and "Lion", include a rhythm section (whereas most Lost an
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[Peter Hammill album] This is an album by Peter Hammill, released on his Fie! label in 1998. There is a large variety in the compositions, ranging from the minimalism of the final song, "The Light Continent", to the rough, almost Nadir-like sound of "Always is Next", the complex "Unrehearsed" and the ballad "Since the Kids". Peter Hammill p
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[Darius Rucker song] ==Critical reception== Sarah Rodman of the Boston Globe wrote that the song "falls squarely in the country pop sweet spot". Country Weekly reviewer Jessica Phillips said that it was "an accurate reflection" of Rucker`s role as husband and father. Karlie Justus of The 9513 gave the song a thumbs-down, saying that it seem
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