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„plebiscite“ - noun, singular or mass

The word plebiscite is the 27.477th most common word of the English lanuguage and appears 1.777 times within English Wikipedia. The part of speech is noun, singular or mass. The hyphenation is pleb·i·scite. These are quotations of the term in full sentences: "In a plebiscite on 5 October 1988 ..."¹ "... a second plebiscite was held to determine ..."² "... of that time a plebiscite was to determine the ..."³ Backwards its written eticsibelp. Ferrite, kimarite und impolite rhymes on it. The MD5 sum is f12cc72e68567ff9fdefa8b039dbe6c4 and the SHA1 checksum is fbd42bd354b9c49bd07671adb988191870e84c0d. The vanity number 7532472483 corresponds this term.

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word name: plebiscite

part of speech: noun, singular or mass

typical left word neighbours: non-binding Silesia province-wide Masuria city-wide Prussian impartial

typical right word neighbours: Edmontonians affirming questions conducted voters referendum citing

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The following notions hold an equal prefix:

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