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Pagoda

Pagoda

Pagoda is the English word, from the Portuguese pagode, meaning temple, the multi-tiered place of worship for a number of Indian and Asian cultures.
Subjective Vs. Objective

Subjective Vs. Objective

In English, Subjective refers to the subject of the sentence. Confusion sometimes occurs when a subject pronoun is inserted in an objective position.
Mini Discs

Mini Discs

Mini Discs were was popular in the 90's for storing audio data. The compact, un-scratchable, re-recordable discs are protected by a hard plastic case.
Sowbug Killer

Sowbug Killer

The Sowbug killer spider is quite a gnarly-looking arachnid. Their diet consists exclusively of sow bugs, also known as roly-polys. They are found many places.
B Major

B Major

The key of B major uses five sharps: A#, D#, G#, C#, and F#. The chords in B major are: B maj, C# min, D# min, E maj, F# maj, G# min, A# diminished.
LOL Cats

LOL Cats

Ok, so (almost) everyone loves adorable photos of kittens and cats on the internet. LOL Cats takes it to the next level with hilarious captions.
Chinchilla

Chinchilla

Chinchilla hail from the Andes mountains in South America. They've made a comeback after facing extinction from being over-hunted for their soft, dense fur.
Stone Henge

Stone Henge

Stone Henge in England's Wiltshire County near Amesbury is something of a mystery. It was constructed around 2500 BCE and consists of stones weighing many tons.
E Major

E Major

The key of E major has four sharps: F#, C#, G#, and D#. The chords in this key are: E maj, F# min, G# min, A maj, B maj, C# min, D# diminished.
Grommets Chotchkies Knick-Knacks Trinkets

Grommets Chotchkies Knick-Knacks Trinkets

Grommets, chotchkies, knick-knacks, and trinkets are all slang words for small decorative objects, usually with sentimental value to the owner.
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