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„Ridges—Markham“ - proper noun, singular

The word Ridges—Markham is the 432.981th most frequent word in the English vocabulary and appears 25 times in word book. The part of speech is proper noun, singular. These are sample sentences of the word in full text: "... provincial riding of Oak Ridges—Markham is currently represented by ..."¹ "... is in the Oak Ridges—Markham riding."² "... is in the Oak Ridges—Markham riding."³ Backwards its written mahkraM—segdiR. The MD5 sum is cd7116a1c86473e199388d86a0a8a1b7 and the SHA1 hash is 65f34dc6a9b33e1d362672fb1e3fe0e2cf9a676c.

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wordbook information

word name: Ridges—Markham

part of speech: proper noun, singular

typical left word neighbours: Oak

typical right word neighbours: riding is and

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