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Referencing the period of covering the reign of England's King Edward VII from 1901 to 1910 although the term is occasionally extended to cover cutural trends taking place between the 1890s and the end of World War I.
The principle of cosmic order within the Buddhist religion.
The home of a vicar--a priest in the Church of England heading up a particular church.
Fielding positions in the British sport of cricket.
The native language of indigenous people inhabiting parts of southern India and Sri Lanka.
A blissful state of enlightenment in Buddhist belief.
Completely sealed off from surroundings; airtight.
The reliable credibility and authenticity of the truth.
Branch of medical science dealing with analysis of body tissue for diagnostic or forensic purposes.
The medical condition which results in bad breath.
Standardized; assimilated into an identical state.
A consonant that is produced by stopping the airflow using the lips, teeth, or palate, followed by a sudden release of air such the letters B, D and G in English.
Pastoral and rural; plain, natural and countrified.
A mediator or negotiator.
The dialect or specific word choice common or unique to a specific region or community.
Brilliantly yellow powder derived from plant belonging to the ginger family which is used both for flavoring food and dying fabric.
Rotten; reeking of a foul sour odor.
Legally binding addendum to a passport allowing the holder to enter, exist or stay for a specified period of time within the borders of a foreign nation.
Term for a fundraising rummage sale held by a charitable institution in countries currently or formerly part of the British commonwealth.
Stumbling over words when speaking.
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