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1. Northern Khmer dialect of folding machine

Northern Khmer, also called Surin Khmer (Khmer: - Khmer Soren), is the dialect of the Khmer language spoken by approximately 1.4 million Khmer native to the Thai provinces of Surin, Sisaket, Buriram and Roi Et as well as those that have migrated from this region into Cambodia.

Northern Khmer differs from the standard language, based on a dialect of Central Khmer, in the number and variety of vowel phonemes, consonantal distribution, lexicon, grammar, and, most notably, pronunciation of syllable-final /r/, giving Northern Khmer a distinct accent easily recognizable by speakers of other dialects. Some speakers of Northern Khmer may understand other varieties of Khmer but speakers of standard Khmer who have not been exposed to Northern Khmer often have trouble understanding Northern Khmer at first. The two varieties are 8085% cognate on a basic 270-word list. These facts have led some linguists to advocate considering Northern Khmer a separate, but closely related language.

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2. Background of folding machine

Ryan's publishing company initially owned the publishing venture Stars on Sunday which folded with losses. He then set up the New York Dog magazine, which he promoted on The Late Late Show, and blogorrah.com. The site was edited by Derek O'Connor but mysteriously stopped filing new posts in July 2007. Ryan was also known for his business partnership with Michael O'Doherty, the owner of VIP magazine. After the collapse of his business empire in early 2007, Ryan was declared missing after he claimed a pet-food scare led to the closure of New York Dog. O'Doherty said he had not heard from Ryan for over a month. Before his disappearance Ryan had attended the Electric Picnic music festival in the company of fellow publisher Trevor White and soon after appeared as a guest on The Tubridy Show. However, a rival website then accused him of mistreating his workers and he left the country until his 2009 television return

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3. John Shuker of folding machine

John Shuker (8 May 1942 29 December 2019) was an English professional footballer, notable for holding the club record of league appearances for Oxford United. He was with the club on their election to the Football League in 1962 and over the next 15 years played 478 times in the Second, Third and Fourth Divisions.

Shuker was born in Eccles, Greater Manchester. He joined Oxford in 1961, originally playing as a winger. He made his debut in August 1962 and went on to captain the side, playing in a variety of positions. He was awarded a testimonial in 1972, culminating in a match between Oxford and Manchester City at the Manor Ground on 5 May 1972.

His last game for Oxford came in April 1977.

He was a manager for Clanfield.

In May 2001, Shuker was appointed as Director of Football at Milton United. In August 2001, Shuker was appointed as manager of Hellenic League side Witney Academy, staying until February 2002 when the club folded after months after problems with player availability.

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4. Dead code of folding machine

The term dead code has multiple definitions.

Some use the term to refer to code (i.e. instructions in memory) which can never be executed at run-time.

In some areas of computer programming, dead code is a section in the source code of a program which is executed but whose result is never used in any other computation. The execution of dead code wastes computation time and memory.

While the result of a dead computation may never be used, it may raise exceptions or affect some global state, thus removal of such code may change the output of the program and introduce unintended bugs. Compiler optimizations are typically conservative in their approach to dead code removal if there is any ambiguity as to whether removal of the dead code will affect the program output. The programmer may aid the compiler in this matter by making additional use of static and/or inline functions and enabling the use of link-time optimization.

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5. Morphology of folding machine

"External anatomy: Large body with several marginal deep ruffles. The color is dark red with the dorsal surface covered by compacted small white dots given the appearance of a brilliant pink surface. There are not two marginal bands, red and orange without white dots. Ventrally, the color is red being more intense towards the margin. Pseudotentacles formed by simple broad folds of the anterior margin with numerous marginal eyes. Cerebral cluster made of a large number of eyespots. Small pharynx with elaborated folds.

"Internal anatomy: The male reproductive system consists of a branched vas deferens, a long seminal vesicle connected to a short ejaculatory duct, a small prostatic vesicle with two chambers, a muscular prostatic duct, and a small stylet housed in a shallow male antrum. The female system has a shallow antrum with a short vagina directed backwards surrounded by a thick and strong mass of cement gland on its first portion."

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6. Bruce Gant of folding machine

Bruce Gant (born September 26, 1956) is a Canadian retired soccer player who spent five seasons in the North American Soccer League.

Gant attended Simon Fraser University, playing on the men's soccer team. He was a 1976 First Team NAIA All American with the Clan. In 1979, the Portland Timbers selected Gant, brother of Timbers midfielder Brian Gant, in the first round of the North American Soccer League draft. He remained with the Timbers until they folded in 1982, playing four outdoor and two indoor seasons with them. In 1983, he played one game for the Montreal Manic.

In 1973, Bruce won a gold medal with British Columbia at the Canada Games. From February to June 1976, Bruce played for Canada in preparation for the Olympic Games. While he played in eight exhibition matches against local sides, he did not make any international appearances and was not selected to the final team.

In 1990, Bruce helped Vancouver Firefighters FC win The Challenge Trophy.

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7. Early life of folding machine

Irwin was born in Copenhagen to former Pennsylvania politician and United States Charg d'affaires to Denmark William W. Irwin. His father had previously served as the Mayor of Pittsburgh, (1840-1841), and had served as a Whig member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.

His mother, Sophia Arabella Bache, was the daughter of Richard Bache Jr. and Sophia Burrell Dallas. She was also the granddaughter of Sarah Franklin Bache and Richard Bache, and a great-granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin, as well as a niece of George Mifflin Dallas, the 11th Vice President of the United States, serving under James K. Polk.

In 1866, at the age of 22, Robert Irwin arrived in Japan to head the Yokohama office of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company. In 1867 the company launched the first regular trans-Pacific steamship service fulfilling a contract with the United States government to provide monthly mail service between San Francisco and Hong Kong via Yokohama.

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8. Oscar Schmidt of folding machine

Oscar Daniel Bezerra Schmidt (born February 16, 1958) is a retired Brazilian professional basketball player. He is also known as Oscar Schmidt in Spain, where he played for Frum Valladolid for the 199394 and 199495 seasons, and simply Oscar, or Mo Santa (Holy Hand), in his homeland. Schmidt played the small forward position, was 2.05 m (6ft 834 in) tall and weighed 107kg (236lbs). He was born in Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil.

He is considered to be the all-time leading scorer in the history of basketball, with 49,737 career points scored (club play, plus national team play combined). He is also a record holder for the longest career span of a professional basketball player, and the top scorer in the history of the Summer Olympic Games.

He was named one of FIBA's 50 Greatest Players in 1991. On August 20, 2010, Schmidt became a FIBA Hall of Fame player, in recognition of his play in international competition. On September 8, 2013, Schmidt was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

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9. Church structure of folding machine

In common with other evangelical episcopal Lutheran churches, the Church of Greenland recognises the historic three-fold ministry of bishops, priests, and deacons; it acknowledges the two dominical sacraments of baptism and the eucharist; it provides liturgies for other rites including confirmation, marriage, ordination, confession, and burial; its faith is based on scripture, the ancient creeds of the Church, and the Augsburg Confession.

It is in full communion with the other Lutheran churches of the Nordic and Baltic states, and with the Anglican churches of the British Isles.

The clergy, who work with local parish councils, but are ordained and supervised by the bishop, work in a network of seventeen parishes, with churches and chapels across Greenland. Four senior priests hold the title of 'Dean' - one as Dean of the cathedral church, and three as Area Deans for the three deaneries, an administrative structure between the level of the diocese and that of the local parishes.

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10. 2010 Continental Indoor Football League season of folding machine

The 2010 Continental Indoor Football League season was the league's fifth overall season. The regular season started on Saturday March 13 with the expansion Cincinnati Commandos defeating the Miami Valley Silverbacks 38-32, and ended with the 2010 CIFL Championship Game, on June 26, 2010, at the Cincinnati Gardens in Cincinnati, Ohio where the Commandos defeated the Wisconsin Wolfpack 54-40.

In 2010, the league saw its size shrink again. This time it was from 8 teams to 6 teams, as Fort Wayne Freedom, Rock River Raptors and the Wheeling Wildcats folded following the 2009 season, and the Chicago Slaughter departed the league to join the Indoor Football League. The CIFL awarded the Cincinnati Commandos and Fort Wayne FireHawks expansion franchises, and the Milwaukee Bonecrushers moved to Chicago and became the Cardinals.

On May 26, 2010, it was announced that the Marion Mayhem ceased operations immediately. This made the league finish with only 5 teams, with the top 4 still making the playoffs.

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11. Wilfrid Laurier University Student Publications of folding machine

Wilfrid Laurier University Student Publications (or WLUSP) is a volunteer-based organization that collects fees from undergraduate students and publishes various media. It became a non-profit corporation in 1970; until then, its functions had been fulfilled under the direction of the Wilfrid Laurier University Students' Union. WLUSP is governed by an elected President and Board of Directors along with a hired long-term Executive Director. Volunteers for management-level positions are all hired, but only a few positions, such as The Cord Editor-in-Chief, "Radio Laurier" Station Manager, "The Community Edition" Editor-in-Chief and the WLUSP President, are salaried.

The organization publishes The Cord, the university's newspaper. It also produces: "The Community Edition," Waterloo Region's community monthly; Blueprint Magazine, Wilfrid Laurier's student arts magazine; "Keystone" and "Carnegie," Wilfrid Laurier University's yearbooks for the Waterloo and Brantford campuses; The WLU'er, a student planner, The Sputnik, Laurier Brantford's official student newspaper, RadioLaurier.com Laurier's campus radio station and "Laurier Student Poll," Laurier's market research group.

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12. Works of folding machine

Beitrge zur Kenntniss des Centralnervensystems von Lumbricus. Berlin: Dissertation, 1888.

Der freiheitliche Sozialismus im Gegensatz zum Staatsknechtsthum der Marxisten. Mit besonderer Bercksichtigung der Werke und Schicksale Eugen Dhring's. Berlin: Freie Verlagsanstalt, 1892.

Absolute oder relative Bewegung?, with Immanuel Friedlaender. Berlin: Leonhard Simion, 1896.

Der Vulkan Kilauea auf Hawaii. Berlin: H. Paetel, 1896.

Die vier Hauptrichtungen der modernen socialen Bewegung: Marxistische Socialdemokratie, Anarchismus, Eugen Dhrings socialitres System und Henry Georges Neophysiokratie, kritisch und vergleichend dargestellt. Berlin: Calvary, 1901.

Marxismus und Anarchismus. Berlin: Calvary, 1901.

Die Renaissance des Eros Uranios. Die physiologische Freundschaft, ein normaler Grundtrieb des Menschen und eine Frage der mnnlichen Gesellungsfreiheit. In naturwissenschaftlicher, naturrechtlicher, culturgeschichtlicher und sittenkritischer Beleuchtung. Berlin-Treptow: Bernhard Zack, 1904.

Entwurf zu einer reizphysiologische Analyse der erotischen Anziehung unter Zugrundlegung vorwiegend homosexuellen Materials. Leipzig: Spohr, 1905.

Mnnliche und weibliche Kultur. Eine kausalhistorische Betrachtung. Leipzig: "Deutscher Kampf" Verlag, 1906.

Die Liebe Platons im Lichte der modernen Biologie. Berlin-Treptow: Bernhard Zack, 1909.

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