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Definition of the adjective 48
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Who is 48?
48 a.k.a. Joseph Addison was an English essayist, poet, playwright, and politician. He was the eldest son of The Reverend Lancelot Addison. His name is usually remembered alongside that of his long-standing friend, Richard Steele, with whom he founded The Spectator magazine.
- also known as Еддісон Джозеф; Аддисон, Джозеф; 约瑟夫·艾迪生
- born on (343 years ago) in Milston, child of Lancelot Addison
- nationality: England
- religion: Anglicanism
- profession: Playwright, poet, essayist
- died on (296 years ago) in Holland House
- written works: "English Classics, Abridged", "Joseph Addison and Richard Steele", "Critical essays from the 'Spectator'", "Addison's essays from the 'Spectator'", "An essay on friendship", "A discourse on ancient and modern learning. By the late Right Honourable Joseph Addison, Esq; Now first published from an original manuscript of Mr. Addison's, prepared and corrected by himself", "Dialogues upon the usefulness of ancient medals", "The drummer; or, the haunted house", "Addisoniana", "The Everlasting club", "Critique on Paradise lost", "The Right Honorable Joseph Addison V1", "Essays in criticism and literary theory", "The doctrine of the passions explained and improved", "To Sir Godfrey Kneller, on his picture of the King", "Addison. Criticisms on Paradise lost", "Works, with notes by Richard Hurd", "The De Coverley papers", "The Tatler", "The campaign", "The vision of Mirzah", "A dissertation upon the most celebrated Roman poets", "The Works Of Joseph Addison V3", "Cato, a tragedy in five acts", "Tom Folio", "The select Spectator; or, A selection of moral and religious papers from the Spectator", "Rosamond", "Selections from the Spectator", "Days with Sir Roger de Coverly", "The free-holder", "The poetical works of Joseph Addison. Gay's Fables. and Somerville's Chase", "The Spectator in London", "The Coverley papers from the 'Spectator,'", "The poems of Addison and John Philips", "The works of the late Right Honorable Joseph Addison, Esq", "An essay", "The evidences of the Christian religion", "The drummer", "The Addisonian miscellany", "Remarks on several parts of Italy, &c. in the years 1701, 1702, 1703", "The works of the late Right Honourable Joseph Addison, Esq", "The present state of the war, and the necessity of an augmentation considered", "The works of the Right Honourable Joseph Addison, Esq", "The works of the Right Honourable Joseph Addison", "The dramatick works of Joseph Addison", "The beauties of the Spectators, Tatlers, and Guardians", "The late tryal and conviction of Count Tariff", "Addison", "Charles the Third of Spain", "Days with Sir Roger de Coverley"
"48" a.k.a. "Tarzan's Quest": Tarzan's Quest is a 1935/1936 story written by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the nineteenth in his series of books about the title character Tarzan. Originally serialized in six parts, as “Tarzan and the Immortal Men”, in The Blue Book Magazine, from October 1935 to March 1936; the first collected edition was published as the 1936 novel Tarzan’s Quest by Burroughs’ own publishing company.
- language: English Language
- character: Tarzan
- genres: Adventure fiction, Speculative fiction
- copyright: 1936
- released in (79 years ago)
48 a.k.a. True Colors is an American sitcom that aired on Fox from September 2, 1990 to April 12, 1992 for a total of 45 episodes. The series was created by Michael J. Weithorn, and featured an interracial marriage and a subsequent blended family.
- begun on and completed on (23 years ago)
- 45 episodes of 30 or 22 minutes each, in 2 seasons
- country: United States of America
- created by Michael J. Weithorn
- regular cast:
- genres: Sitcom, Comedy
- "48" is an album by Ina Müller.
- "48" is a musical album of Chaif.
- released in (12 years ago)
- "48" is a musical album of Tomaž Domicelj.
- released in (36 years ago)
- "48" is a musical album of Artificial Reason.
- released in (10 years ago)
- 48 a.k.a. The Manges Cabin in Grand Teton National Park, also known as the Old Elbo Ranch Homestead Cabin, Mangus Cabin and the Taggart Creek Barn, was built in 1911 by James Manges. Manges was the second settler on the west side of the Snake River after Bill Menor, setting up a homestead near Taggart Creek. James Manges arrived in Jackson Hole in 1910, where he cut wood for Charles or William Wort. Manges' cabin is stated to have been the first two-story structure in the northern part of the valley. A root cellar was excavated beneath. The log and frame structure features wide eaves to keep the winter snow away from the walls. It was heated in winter by a single stove, with one room on each level.
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- 48 a.k.a. The Upper Granite Canyon Patrol Cabin was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps about 1935. The log structure is located in the extreme southwest backcountry of Grand Teton National Park. The cabin was built to a standard design for such structures, in the National Park Service Rustic style. The Moran Bay Patrol Cabin is similar.
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- 48: Το 48 είναι ο φυσικός αριθμός που βρίσκεται μετά από το 47 και πριν από το 49. Είναι ένας άρτιος αριθμός, αφού 46:2 = 24, δηλαδή διαιρείται με το 2, στο σύνολο των φυσικών αριθμών. Ο αριθμός 48 συμβολίζεται ως XLVΙII στο ρωμαϊκό σύστημα αρίθμησης και ως ΜΗ´ ή μη΄ στο ελληνικό σύστημα αρίθμησης.
- 48 a.k.a. aconitase 1, soluble is a gene.
- also known as aconitase 1, OTTHUMP00000045233, iron-responsive element binding protein 1, iron regulatory protein 1