The terms `Linux` (commonly pronounced s in English; variants exist) and `GNU/Linux` refer to the family of Linux kernel-based operating systems – and not to any one operating system. Their base components, i.e. the Linux kernel (more precisely its System Call Interface (SCI)), the GNU C Library or the uClibc, the GNU Core Utilities and a co...
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(from the article `troparion`) ...of troparia reflect their liturgical position, manner of performance, or content. Hethinon (`in the morning`) refers to the 11 hymns used only in ...
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