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  • Near money — (synonym: quasi money) is a term used in economics to describe highly liquid assets that can easily be converted into cash. Various sources provide the following examples of near money: Savings account Money funds Bank time deposits (Certificates …   Wikipedia

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  • Religions of the ancient Near East — Myths of the Fertile Crescent series …   Wikipedia

  • Religions of the Ancient Near East — The Religions of the Ancient Near East were mostly polytheistic, with some early examples of emerging Henotheism (Atenism, early Judaism). Especially the Luwian pantheon exerted a strong influence on the Ancient Greek religion, while Assyro… …   Wikipedia

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  • Civil resistance — Moscow, 19 August 1991: Boris Yeltsin, President of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, standing on top of a tank in front of the building of the RSFSR’s Council of Ministers and reading a statement urging people to resist the… …   Wikipedia

  • lob — I. 1) vb British to throw away, dispose of. A fashionable narrowing of the standard English mean ing of the word, heard, particularly in the London area, since the beginning of the 1980s. A near synonym to bin. ► It s no use any more just lob it …   Contemporary slang


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