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„Bishops“ - noun plural

The term Bishops is the 9.005th most common word in the English vocabulary and appears 9.143 times in lexicon. Bishops is an extinct genus of Australosphenida or Theria from Early Cretaceous of Australia.º The part of speech is noun plural. There follow reference sentences of the word in full sentences: "... president of the National Bishops Conference."¹ "Bishops collected revenues from estates ..."² "Bishops, drawn from the laity, ..."³ Rotated its written spohsiB. Matching rhymes are HOPS. The according MD5 checksum is cece815f05a4026b38ee2b40dd9865a4 and the SHA1 hash is 2e8e5bf96e98829f9061b4a5251d68b7ba3990fc. The T9 representation 2474677 corresponds this term.

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word name: Bishops


part of speech: noun plural


other word forms: bishop


typical left word neighbours: Dowden Catholic Suffragan Wickham Auxiliary Diocesan Buster


typical right word neighbours: Stortford Waltham Cleeve Lydeard Palace Cannings Conference




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