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Almost all is a tautogram (all words start with the same letter). View more tautograms!


Almost all: In mathematics, the phrase "almost all" has a number of specialised uses which extend its intuitive meaning.

  • also known as 幾乎所有

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Google previewPrisoners in War (2010)

by Sibylle Scheipers

thinkers reinterpreted this idea in light of the Crusades and understood it as legitimizing almost all means against the infidel 'other';. The idea of the non- Roman enemy was reinterpreted as meaning non-Christian, so that Muslims (or ...

Google previewDictionary of Health Economics (1999)

by Alan Earl-Slater

almost all the time. Moderate pain: (a) occasionally, (b) frequently, (c) almost all the time. Severe pain: (a) occasionally, (b) frequently, (c) almost all the time. Agonising pain: (a) occasionally, ...

Google previewAll Things Julius Caesar: An Encyclopedia of Caesar's World and Legacy [2 volumes] (2014)

An Encyclopedia of Caesar's World and Legacy by Michael Lovano

then almost all politicians of the Republic were populares in some sense. That is to say, they sought the favor of the populace and catered to the wishes of the ...

Google previewElectrochemical Dictionary (2012)

by Allen J. Bard, György Inzelt, Fritz Scholz

Almost all entries are carefully referenced to enable the user to quickly locate the best primary sources. Of course, the authors and editors would appreciate any comments and suggestions for improvement. viii Preface to the First Edition We ...

Google previewEl-Masūdī's Historical Encyclopaedia, Entitled "Meadows of Gold and Mines of Gems." (1841)

by al-Masūdī

Id almost all the islands which we have named they eat cocoa-nuts: from these islands, bokkam (a dye similar to our Brazil wood) JuJ) and ruscus* are exported; they have also gold and elephants. Some of the inhabitants are cannibals.

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia of Psychoactive Substances (1999)

by Richard Rudgley

It enters into almost all aspects of the life of the people who use it, to an extent equalled by hardly any other hallucinogen. Partakers, shamans or not, see all the gods, the first human beings, and animals, ...

Google previewDictionary of International Human Rights Law (1996)

by John S. Gibson

Almost all human rights are now incorporated into international treaties.

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All the English speakers, or almost all, have difficulties with the gender of words. (Bernard Pivot)
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