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( In i I i.in Name-of Men and Women Contractions and Abbreviation's. Glossary of Aviation Terms, Gloss try ? I Am mobile Terms. Poptilatii n oi the World. Weither 1 on i listing. Time I iiffcrenexfl. Strength of Annies and Navies. Wealth of the World. Money in Circulation in United States, Electoral Vote of Each State. National I >cbt - ol ihc World, M.'ii -graph on the World's Libraries. Presidents Of the United States. Nanu-., ..I Mates and Meanings. Nicknames bf .?stale, and Origination. Nickname- of Famous PcrsonagC3, !>?-. isivc Rattles of Ihc World. Metric System oi Weights and Meas? ures. Value of Foreign (dins in United States Money. Famous Characters tri Poetry and Prose', Meanings of Flowers, Gems; Mirth Stonc? iihd liirth I ).iys. Maps of United States and World. Latest I nitcd States Census. 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