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It's the fear of cooking and everything involved with it, such as the preparation, the cooking itself and the presentation. In other words all to do with cooking. It comes from the Greek word Μαγειρεύω (Magirévo) which means “I'm cooking” and, as usual, the word Φόβος (Fóvos) which means “Fear”.21 dic. 2018

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@SHAW who was disqualified from this contest by Bryan for cheating on xat Winter Festival used @JoelS as a second account to participate in this contest.   As a consequence, we have banned h

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It's the fear of cooking and everything involved with it, such as the preparation, the cooking itself and the presentation. In other words all to do with cooking. It comes from the Greek word Μαγειρεύω (Magirévo) which means “I'm cooking” and, as usual, the word Φόβος (Fóvos) which means “Fear”.21 dic. 2018

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Just now, iJuanR said:

It's the fear of cooking and everything involved with it, such as the preparation, the cooking itself and the presentation. In other words all to do with cooking. It comes from the Greek word Μαγειρεύω (Magirévo) which means “I'm cooking” and, as usual, the word Φόβος (Fóvos) which means “Fear”.21 dic. 2018

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Vexillology (/ˌvɛksɪˈlɒlədʒi/) is the study of the history, symbolism and usage of flags or, by extension, any interest in flags in general. ... A person who studies flags is a vexillologist, one who designs flags is a vexillographer, and the art of flag-designing is called vexillography.

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Vexillology (/ˌvɛksɪˈlɒlədʒi/) is the study of the history, symbolism and usage of flags or, by extension, any interest in flags in general. ... A person who studies flags is a vexillologist, one who designs flags is a vexillographer, and the art of flag-designing is called vexillography.

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exillology (/ˌvɛksɪˈlɒlədʒi/) is the study of the history, symbolism and usage of flags or, by extension, any interest in flags in general. ... A person who studies flags is a vexillologist, one who designs flags is a vexillographer, and the art of flag-designing is called vexillography.

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Just now, pedrololo said:

s the study of the history, symbolism and usage of flags or, by extension, any interest in flags in general. ... A person who studies flags is a vexillologist, one who designs flags is a vexillographer, and the art of flag-designing is called vexillography.

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This is a list of vexillologists. This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. Jose C. ... secretary-general for congresses (1989–1997) and Fellow of FIAV; and expert on flags of aspirant peoples · Graham Bartram, Chief Vexillologist

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ccording to National Geographic, black widows are considered the most venomous spider in North America. Their venom is reported to be 15 times stronger than a rattlesnake's, according to NCSU. Black widows are highly poisonous; fortunately, they bite humans only when disturbed.30 oct. 2014

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According to National Geographic, black widows are considered the most venomous spider in North America. Their venom is reported to be 15 times stronger than a rattlesnake's, according to NCSU. Black widows are highly poisonous; fortunately, they bite humans only when disturbed

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According to National Geographic, black widows are considered the most venomous spider in North America. Their venom is reported to be 15 times stronger than a rattlesnake's, according to NCSU. Black widows are highly poisonous; fortunately, they bite humans only when disturbed.30 oct. 2014

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According to National Geographic, black widows are considered the most venomous spider in North America. Their venom is reported to be 15 times stronger than a rattlesnake's, according to NCSU. Black widows are highly poisonous; fortunately, they bite humans only when disturbed

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