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HAYES Last Name Meaning and Origin

The Hayes surname has several possible origins: An English or Scottish place name for a man who lived near an enclosure haeg or heye , an area of forest fenced off for hunting. The Hayes surname may also have been derived from the old English haes or the old French word heis , both meaning "brushwood.
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Name: Amphicyon (Greek for "ambiguous dog"); pronounced AM-fih-SIGH-on Habitat: Plains of the northern hemisphere Historical Epoch: Middle Oligocene-Early Miocene (30-20 million years ago) Size and Weight: Varies by species; up to six feet long and 400 pounds Diet: Omnivorous Distinguishing Characteristics: Large size; bear-like body About Amphicyon Despite its nickname, the "Bear Dog," Amphicyon was directly ancestral to neither bears nor dogs.
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Chemicals for Experiments at Home

This is a list of chemicals that you can keep at home so your kids can do chemistry projects and grow crystals. The activities are safe for kids with adult supervision. Store the chemicals safely, away from young children and pets, as with any household chemicals. Substances for at Home Experiments Water -Distilled is probably better.
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Women in the Tudor Dynasty

Would Henry VIII's life be nearly as interesting to historians, writers, screenwriters, and television producers -- and to readers and viewers -- without all these fascinating female connections? While Henry VIII is the epitome of the Tudor dynasty, and is himself a fascinating figure of history, women play a very important part in the history of the Tudors of England.
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Definition and Examples of Pistis in Classical Rhetoric

In classical rhetoric, pistis can mean proof, belief, or state of mind. " Pisteis (in the sense of means of persuasion) are classified by Aristotle into two categories: artless proofs ( pisteis atechnoi ), that is, those that are not provided by the speaker but are pre-existing, and artistic proofs ( pisteis entechnoi ), that is, those that are created by the speaker.
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Adverbial Definition and Examples

In English grammar, an adverbial is an individual word (that is, an adverb), a phrase (an adverbial phrase), or a clause (an adverbial clause) that can modify a verb, an adjective, or a complete sentence. Like almost any adverb, an adverbial can appear in many different positions in a sentence. Examples and Observations My sister usually visits on Sundays.
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