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  1. Encyclopædia Britannica First Edition - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · The Encyclopædia Britannica First Edition (1768–1771) is a 3-volume reference work, an edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica.It was developed during the encyclopaedia's earliest period as a two-man operation founded by Colin Macfarquhar and Andrew Bell, in Edinburgh, Scotland, and was sold unbound in subscription format over a period of 3 years.

  2. Lingam - Wikipedia

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    20 hours ago · According to Encyclopædia Britannica, the lingam is a votary aniconic object found in the sanctum of Shiva temples and private shrines that symbolizes Shiva and is "revered as an emblem of generative power". It often is found within a lipped, disked structure that is an emblem of goddess Shakti and this is called the yoni.

  3. List of online encyclopedias - Wikipedia

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    20 hours ago · This is a list of online encyclopedias—i.e., encyclopedias accessible on the Internet or formerly accessible on the Internet.. The largest online encyclopedias are general reference works, though there are also many specialized ones.

  4. Freiburg im Breisgau - Wikipedia

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    20 hours ago · Freiburg was founded by Konrad and Duke Berthold III of Zähringen in 1120 as a free market town; hence its name, which translates to "free (or independent) town". Frei means "free", and Burg, like the modern English word "borough", was used in those days for an incorporated city or town, usually one with some degree of autonomy.

  5. List of student newspapers - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · Listed are student newspapers (school, college, and university newspapers). The papers are separated by countries and, where appropriate, states or provinces.

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