Qué

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Que

• (n.) A half farthing.
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Que

(from the article `Anatolia`) ...subdue the Aramaeans in southern Syria. Included in the Luwian-Aramaean coalition that confronted Shalmaneser III at Qarqr in 853 were forces from ... ...743 Milid, Kummuhu, Arpad, and Gurgum still belonged to the Urartian sphere of influence, but in 740 Tiglath-pileser conquered Arpad, and a large ... ...
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Que

[tower] Que ({zh|s=阙|t=闕}) is a freestanding, ceremonial gate tower in traditional Chinese architecture. First developed in the Zhou Dynasty, que towers were used to form ceremonial gateways to tombs, palaces and temples throughout pre-modern China down to the Qing Dynasty. The use of que gateways reached its peak during the Han Dynasty...
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Que

Que noun [ Confer 3d Cue .] A half farthing. [ Obsolete]
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Que

Que is an abbreviation for Quebec
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que

that, who, which, than
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que

what(?)
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