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Hellenism

Hellenism may refer to: Hellenistic philosophy in the Hellenistic period and late antiquity Hellenization, the spread of Greek culture over foreign peoples Hellenistic Greece Hellenistic period, in ancient Greek Hellenistic civilization Hellenism Academia, the academic study of ancient Greece a scholar in this discipline may be called a Hellenist Hellenism neoclassicism, a movement in 18th and 19th century England and Germany Hellenistic art Greek people and their culture in general The proper use of the Greek language

                                               

Trash

Trash could mean: Bagasse, the leftover waste of sugarcane after extraction of the juice Trash computing, in computing, a user interface metaphor that serves as a holding place for files to be deleted, used in KDE, Mac OS X and others A dustbin where such material is stored A slur describing a negative attitude toward a person or group of people, as in white trash Waste, unwanted or undesired material left over after the completion of a process In entertainment Trash poet, a UK poet, famous for cutting-edge performance and comedy poetry, also thought to be the first poet to write techno an ...

                                               

Venceremos

Venceremos is a Chilean political movement song that was the anthem for the Popular Unity of Chile. Originally popularized by Chilean groups Inti-Illimani and Quilapayun, it was a song to propagate the nueva cancion movement in Chile at the time, and to support Salvador Allende during the 1970 Chilean presidential elections. The original lyrics were written by Claudio Iturra and the music was composed by Sergio Ortega. To further support the left-wing party and Allende in the 1970 elections, the lyrics were rewritten by Victor Jara – with the mentioning of Allende and the Popular Unity in ...

                                               

Index

An index is a system used to make finding information easier. Index could also mean: Index typography, a largely obsolete punctuation mark Index, Washington, a town in Snohomish County, Washington, United States. Index cards in a rolodex or old card catalog, early and mid 20th century technologies for maintaining such lists Index publishing, a detailed list, usually arranged alphabetically, of the specific information in a publication Index mathematics, for various meanings of the word in mathematics Index economics, a single number calculated from an array of prices and quantities. In pub ...

                                               

Hoseff

Hoffish is a dialect of swedish mostly spoken in the north of scandinavia. It is often called hoffish or hope language, although locals call it by hoseff. It is one of the most least spoken languages with 642 speakers world wide. It is commonly confused with the sami language but both languages have common similarity in grammer and noun pronunciation. The language was proclaimed as a dialect of sami in 1937 although the noted differences. Little has been done to help this dying language in the past century other then a few people trying to make the language more public. As of 2021, all of ...

                                               

Moorland (disambiguation)

Moorland could mean: In geography: Moorland, Kentucky Moorland, type of habitat found in upland areas Moorland, Iowa Moorland Township, Michigan Carlton-le-Moorland In other fields: Moorland-Spingarn Research Center, repository for the documentation of the history and culture of people of African descent in Africa Daydream - Moorland, soundtrack album by the German band Tangerine Dream for the TV series Tatort Jesse E. Moorland, Black minister, community executive, and civic leader