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Greek word for Greece
Capital of Wales
A provincial governor in certain Islamic countries
a saint who is generally depicted carrying his or her own head
Logical Fallacy: A and B occur together, therefore A must cause B
a small stream
A fleshy seedcoat, found on pomegranate and some cycad seeds.
Date: Shakespeare's Life
Charles VI (Habsburg)
German Monarch: 1711 - 1740
Poisoning the Well
Logical Fallacy: a type of ad hominem attack that is preemptive, attacking a person's character before any argument is presented
US Dollar (USD)
Currency of El Salvador
A horny, chitinous, or bony external plate or scale, as on the shell of a turtle or the skin of crocodiles.
The act of using a word, particularly an adjective or verb, to apply to more than one noun when its sense is appropriate to only one. Example: “We at coffee and cake”, vs. “We drank coffee and ate cak