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Ware's a.k.a. Wares is a musical group.

  • album: "Samantekev√§√§"


Ware's a.k.a. Wares is a fictional character from a Thai novel Panyachon Kon Krua which is adapted to films and TV series.

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Dictionary of Anthropology

The Dictionary of Anthropology is a comprehensive explication of basic terms and concepts of archaeology, cultural anthropology, linguistics, and physical anthropology. The terms have been selected from standard source and instructional materials, and include identifications of some major early contributors to anthropology. This is the only collection in any language of the specialized vocabularies of all the fields of anthropology. It is a handbook not only for anthropologists but for everyone interested in the study of man and of man's cultural and physical heritage. - 1559 pages

Dictionary of Early English

Joseph T. Shipley's tome Dictionary of Early English provides an indispensible and unparalleled reference tool on the study of early English. With a preface by Mark Van Doren and an extensive headword list, this dictionary brings to light the terms, concepts, and vocabulary of ancient English.

Joseph T. Shipley has written and edited several books, dictionaries, and anthologies including The Origins of English Words, Modern French Poetry, An Anthology, and Dictionary of World Literature. - 2447 pages

Dictionary of American Folklore

Discover the delightful tales, characters, and themes of classic American storytelling in this comprehensive Dictionary of American Folklore. Ever wonder the origins of the fairy tales, myths, and legends passed down from generation to generation throughout America's long history? From Paul Bunyan to Johnny Appleseed, Marjorie Tallman covers it all in an engaging voice sure to please readers of all ages. - 544 pages

A Dictionary of South African Indian English

South African Indian English (SAIE) is a variety of English in the Linguistics literature. It reflects the source of Indian subcontinent languages from Indian migrants to South Africa in the late 19th century, as well as colonial and apartheid influences and those of local African languages. - 292 pages

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