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Wikibooks is a collection of open-content textbooks. All titles have been upload to the WikiBooks.org project. Copies of these titles have been generously been permitted to also be included at the World Public Library for your reading pleasure.

 
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Uk Constitution and Government

By: Lord Emsworth

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Excerpt: Figure 1-1: William I. The course of English political, legal and cultural history was changed in 1066, when William, Duke of Normandy (also called William the Conqueror) successfully invaded the nation and displaced the Saxon king, Harold II. In 1066 King Edward, also called St Edward the Confessor, died. His cousin, the Duke of Normandy, claimed that the childless King had named him heir during a visit to France, and that the other claimant to the throne, Haro...

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Unilingual

By: Wikibooks Contributors

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Introduction: Glojo mir ebdayo zey yacana dayen. Soon the world will converse through a common tongue. Unilingua ( = Mirad ) is an artificially-constructed auxiliary language (conlang) developed and published by Paris-based author Noubar Agopoff as a serious medium for easy and logical international communication. Mirad is categorized by constructed language aficionados as philosophical because its vocabulary is mapped letter-by-letter to a semantic ontology or thesaurus...

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Wiki Junior Kings and Queens of England/The Whole Book

By: Wikibooks Contributors

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Excerpt: Alfred the Great was born sometime between the year 847 and 849 in Wantage in what is now Oxfordshire. He died on 26 October 899. Alfred, the fourth son of King Ethelwulf of Wessex, became king of the southern Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex in 871, when his brother Ethelred I died. Alfred is famous for his defence of the kingdom against the Danes, who were also known as the Vikings. He is the only English monarch to be known as the Great. Alfred was the first Kin...

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Wiki Junior Languages

By: Wikibooks Contributors

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Introduction: Just What Is a Language? A language is an organized, ordered way of speaking and listening. Reading and writing are a way of representing language in a permanent format, but many languages have no written form. Language is one form of communication. It can be spoken, visual or signed. We can say that language is a code of symbols used to communicate.

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