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I would like to propose the inclusion of a specific, limited set of seventeen written-out fractions. The reasons that I propose this particular set are as follows:

  1. These are probably the most common fractions in use (particularly given the tendency to divide inches into eighths for measurement).
  2. Many of these are fractions for which the numerical form is available in Unicode, particularly , , , , , , , , , , , and (See Appendix:Unicode/Number Forms).
  3. I do not know if these exist as single-word forms in other languages, but I would not be at all surprised if at least some of them do.

The fractions I propose to include are in two groups:

I also propose adding the hyphenated form of each as an adjective form (one-half, one-third, etc.). I note that "one tenth" is often used in an idiomatic sense of asserting that person a is "not one tenth the man" (or other property) as person b. Cheers!

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To do edit

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micros edit

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  1. tibiofibulae

wills, trusts, property edit

The law of wills, trusts and inheritance

Chinese geography edit

The following are a list of administrative divisions of areas under the control of the People's Republic of China. Autonomous regions自治区


Special Administrative Regions特别行政区

Claimed by the PRC, but governed by Republic of China

Musical notes and notation edit

Notes and rests edit

For the purpose of definition, the duration of the quarter note is represented by R, for "reference length."

note duration rest
Also called a "quadruple whole". This value appears in early music.
Duration: 16 R
  double whole note or breve
Also called a "double whole".
Duration: 8 R
Also called a "quarter."
Duration: 1 R
Also called an "eighth."
Duration: 1/2 R
Also called a "sixteenth". Note the correspondence between the number of flags on the note and the number of branches or pawls on the rest.
Duration: 1/4 R
Also called a "thirty-second."
Duration: 1/8 R
Also called a "sixty-fourth."
Duration: 1/16 R
Also called a "hundred-twenty-eighth or "semihemidemisemiquaver."
Duration: 1/32 R
  beamed notes
beams connect and emphasize quavers and shorter note values.
  dotted note
Placing dots to the right of the corresponding notehead lengthens that note's duration. One dot lengthens the note by one-half its value, two dots by three-quarters, three dots by seven-eighths, and so on. Rests can be dotted in the same manner as notes.
  multiple measure rest or multi-measure rest
Indicates the number of measures in a resting part without a change in meter, used to conserve space. This requires the performer to count carefully, preceding their next entrance. Also called "gathered rest" or "multi-bar rest".


Pauses edit

  breath mark
In a score, this symbol tells the performer to take a short breath (or make a slight pause for non-wind instruments). This pause usually does not affect the overall tempo. For stringed instruments it indicates to lift the bow and play the next note with a downward bow.
  Caesura or Grand Pause
Indicates a brief, silent pause, during which time is not counted. In ensemble playing, time resumes when so indicated by the conductor or leader. More commonly called "railroad tracks."

Accidentals and key signatures edit

Accidentals modify the pitch of the notes that follow them on the same staff position within a measure, unless cancelled by an additional accidental.

  double flat
Lowers the pitch of a note by two chromatic semitones.
Lowers the pitch of a note by three quarter tones. (Used in microtonal music.)
Lowers the pitch of a note by one semitone.
Lowers the pitch of a note by one quarter tone. (Used in microtonal music.)
  natural sign or natural
Cancels a previous accidental, or modifies the pitch of a sharp or flat as defined by the prevailing key signature (such as F-sharp in the key of G major, for example).
Raises the pitch of a note by one quarter tone. (Used in microtonal music.)
Raises the pitch of a note by one semitone.
Raises the pitch of a note by three quarter tones. (Used in microtonal music.)
  double sharp
Raises the pitch of a note by two chromatic semitones.

key signatures define the prevailing key of the music that follows, thus avoiding the use of accidentals for many notes. If no key signature appears, the key is assumed to be C major/A minor, but can also signify a neutral key, employing individual accidentals as required for each note. The key signature examples shown here are described as they would appear on a treble staff.

  flat key signature
Lowers by a semitone the pitch of notes on the corresponding line or space, thus defining the prevailing major or minor key. Different keys are denoted by differing numbers of accidentals, starting with the leftmost, i.e., B♭, and proceeding to the right; for example, if only the first two flats are used, the key is B♭ major/G minor, and all B's and E's are "flatted", i.e. lowered to B♭ and E♭.
  sharp key signature
Raises by a semitone the pitch of notes on the corresponding line or space, also defining the prevailing major or minor key. Different keys are denoted by differing numbers of accidentals, also proceeding from left to right; for example, if only the first four sharps are used, the key is E major/C♯ minor, and the corresponding pitches on the staff are raised.

Time signatures edit

time signatures define the meter of the music. Music is "marked off" in uniform sections called measures, and time signatures establish the number of beats in each. This is not necessarily intended to indicate which beats are emphasized, however. The same music marked off in measures of a different duration will sound precisely the same if properly played, but since music could be marked off in infinitely many ways, it makes sense to mark it off in a way that conveys information about the way the piece actually sounds, and those time signatures tend to suggest, but only suggest, prevailing groupings of beats or pulses.

  specific time
The bottom number represents the note value of the basic pulse of the music (in this case the 4 represents the quarter-note). The top number indicates how many of these note values appear in each measure. This example announces that each measure is the equivalent length of three crotchets (quarter-notes).
  common time
This symbol is a throwback to sixteenth century rhythmic notation. It once meant the equivalent of 2/4. and now means the equivalent of 4/4 (See imperfect time).
  cut time
Indicates 2/2 time, meaning only two beats per bar but written as four, also called Alla breve.
  metronome mark
Written at the start of a score, and at any significant change of tempo, this symbol precisely defines the tempo of the music by assigning absolute durations to all note values within the score. In this particular example, the performer is told that 120 crotchets, or quarter notes, fit into one minute of time.

Note Relationships edit

Indicates that the two notes joined together are to be played as one note. This can also indicate a note sustained over two or more measures.
Indicates that the two notes are to be played in one physical stroke, one uninterrupted breath, or (on instruments with neither breath nor bow) connected into a phrase as if played in a single breath.

Slurs and ties are similar in appearance. A tie is distinguishable because it always joins exactly two immediate adjacent notes of the same pitch, whereas a slur may join any number of notes of varying pitches.

Notes covered by this sign are to be played with no gaps. Sometimes indistinguishable from a slur.
  glissando or portamento
A continuous, unbroken glide from one note to the next that includes the pitches between. Some instruments, such as the trombone, timpani, non-fretted string instruments, and the human voice can make this glide continuously, while other instruments such as the piano or mallet instruments will blur the discrete pitches between the start and end notes to mimic a continuous slide.
Also known as a phrase mark. Usually appears in music for string instruments to indicate bowing.
  tuplet or triplet
Condenses three notes into the normal duration of two notes. If the involved notes are beamed, the brackets on either side of the number can be omitted. This can be generalized to a tuplet, where a certain number of notes are condensed into the normal duration of the greatest integer power of two notes less than that number, e.g., six notes played in the normal duration of four notes.
Three or more notes played simultaneously. If only two notes are played, it is called an interval.
  rolled chord
Like a chord, except the notes are played in rapid sequence. Also known as a spread chord. (Compare arpeggio.)

Articulation marks edit

Articulations (or accents) specify how individual notes are to be performed within a phrase or passage. They can be fine-tuned by combining more than one such symbol over or under a note. They may also appear in conjunction with phrasing marks listed above.

This indicates that the note is to be played shorter than notated, usually half the value, the rest of the metric value is then silent. Staccato marks may thus appear on notes of any value, thus shortening their actual performed duration without speeding up the music itself.
Indicates a longer silence after the note (as described above), making the note very short. Usually applied to quarter-notes or shorter. (In the past, this marking's meaning was more ambiguous: it sometimes was used interchangeably with staccato, and sometimes indicated an accent and not staccato. These usages are now defunct, but still appear in some older scores.)
The note is played louder or with a harder attack than any surrounding unaccented notes. May appear on notes of any duration.
The note is played much louder or with a much harder attack than any surrounding unaccented notes. May appear on notes of any duration. Also called petit chapeau.
  pizzicato, left-hand pizzicato or stopped note
A note on a stringed instrument where the string is plucked with the left hand (the hand that usually stops the strings) rather than bowed. On the horn, this accent indicates a "stopped note" (a note played with the stopping hand shoved further into the bell of the horn).
  snap pizzicato
On a stringed instrument, a note played by stretching a string away from the frame of the instrument and letting it go, making it "snap" against the frame. Also known as a Bartók pizzicato.
  natural harmonic or open note
On a stringed instrument, denotes that a natural harmonic is to be played. On a valved brass instrument, denotes that the note is to be played "open" (without lowering any valve).
This symbol has two meanings. It usually indicates that it be played for its full value, without any silence between it and the next note, but with a separate attack (non legato). It can also direct the performer to give the note a slight accent. Combining a tenuto with a staccato yields a "portato," which indicates intermediate note-lengths, detached but not quite staccato.
An indefinitely-sustained note or chord. Usually appears over all parts at the same metrical location in a piece, to show a halt in tempo.
  up bow or sull'arco
On a bowed string instrument, the note is played while drawing the bow upward. On a plucked string instrument played with a plectrum or pick (such as a guitar played pickstyle or a mandolin), the note is played with an upstroke.
  down bow or giù arco
Like sull'arco, except the bow is drawn downward. On a plucked string instrument played with a plectrum or pick (such as a guitar played pickstyle or a mandolin), the note is played with a downstroke.

Ornaments edit

Ornaments modify the pitch pattern of individual notes.

A rapid alternation between the specified note and the next higher tone or semitone within its duration. Also called a "shake." When followed by a wavy horizontal line, this symbol indicates an extended trill, or running trill.
An insertion of the semitone below the specified note within its value (this particular case can be called a "lower mordent"). Without the vertical line, the inserted semitone is above the specified note, and the ornament is known as an upper mordent.
Also known as a gruppetto, combines an upper mordent and a lower mordent, in that order, into the specified note's value. If the symbol is reversed, the lower mordent is played first.
  grace note
Also known as an appoggiatura, it means the first half of the principal note's duration has the pitch of the grace note (the first two-thirds if the principal note is a dotted note).
  slashed grace note
Also known as an acciaccatura, it means the principal note's duration begins with the pitch of the grace note for only a very small part of the principal note's value.

Octaves edit

  ottava alta
Notes below the dashed line are played one octave higher than notated.
ottava bassa
Notes above the dashed line are played one octave lower than notated.
  quindicesima alta
Notes below the dashed line are played two octaves higher.
quindicesima bassa
Notes above the dashed line are played two octaves lower.

Pedal marks edit

These pedal marks appear in music for the piano.

  engage pedal
Tells the pianist to put the sustain pedal down.
  release pedal
Tells the pianist to let the sustain pedal up.
  variable pedal mark
More accurately indicates the precise use of the sustain pedal. The extended lower line tells the pianist to keep the sustain pedal depressed for all notes below which it appears. The inverted "V" shape (/\) indicates the pedal is to be momentarily released, then depressed again.

Repetition and codas edit

A rapidly-repeated note. If the tremolo is between two notes, then they are played in rapid alternation. The number of slashes through the stem (or number of diagonal bars between two notes) indicates the frequency at which the note is to be repeated (or alternated). As shown here, the note is to be repeated at a demisemiquaver (thirty-second note) rate.

In percussion notation, tremolos are used to indicate rolls, diddles, and drags. Typically, a single tremolo line on a sufficiently short note (such as a sixteenth) is played as a drag, and a combination of three stem and tremolo lines indicates a double-stroke roll for a period equivalent to the duration of the note. In other cases, the interpretation of tremolos is highly variable, and should be examined by the director and performers.

  repeat sign
Enclose a passage that is to be played more than once. If there is no left repeat sign, the right repeat sign sends the performer back to the start of the piece or the nearest double bar.
  simile mark
Denote that preceding groups of beats or measures are to be repeated.
  volta bracket (1st and 2nd endings)
Denote that a repeated passage is to be played in different ways on different playings.

Taxochem edit

anchor taxa, the taxa used to define a phylogenetic taxon or clade

sum-of-parts edit

==English== ===Adjective=== {{en-noun}}

  1. Functioning as a combination of smaller portions or elements.
    Peter J. Curwen, Telecommunications Strategy: Cases, Theory and Applications (2004) p. 82:
    With its share price trading at a discount of more than one-third to the notional sum-of-parts value, Mr Armstrong was besieged with demands that AT&T be split up..."

Woman --> Women edit

Words for which the "man/men" variations exist, but not "woman/women":

@ edit

Time terms edit

(Example: "After those tokes it took me a nanoeon to get to the grocery.")

Anniversary terms edit

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Night terms edit

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abhorrable - accendable - coerceable - incombustable - comprehendable - conductable - congestable - controvertable - defectable - effectable - eludable - evasable - fungable - impedable - infusable - introduceable - invertable - offensable - perfectable - preëmptable - progressable - putresceable - rendable - reprehensable - tensable - transvertable

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  4. Terres
  5. Topométrie
  6. Trebuchet
  7. Unité
  8. Urbanisation
  9. VIH
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  11. Wikimédia
  12. Wildsau
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  14. teinturière
  15. tel quel
  16. tellurienne
  17. telun
  18. tempérante
  19. tendante
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  63. tout d'une tenue
  64. tout de bon
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  66. tout du long de
  67. tout d’une pièce
  68. tout d’une tenue
  69. tout le long de
  70. tout plein
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  72. traductological
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  125. ultra-violette
  126. uléma
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  129. umgraben
  130. un petit
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  132. un à un
  133. un-un
  134. unciné
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  250. yɔrɔ
  251. yɔrɔ bɛɛ
  252. yɛlɛ
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  255. yɛlɛmisɛn
  256. yɛlɛn
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  259. yɛrɛdɔnbali
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  263. yɛrɛyɛrɛbagatɔ
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  312. פֿראַנצױזיש
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  315. فرانسوى
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  320. तुर्की
  321. बिहारी
  322. भोजपुरी
  323. युक्रेनियन
  324. অসমিয়া
  325. বাঙলা
  326. આસામી
  327. એક
  328. જાપાની
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  330. ટિબેટન
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  332. પંજાબી
  333. બંગાળી
  334. બિહારી
  335. બે
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  337. યુક્રેનિયન
  338. વિકિપીડિયા
  339. વિકિમેડિયા
  340. સિંહલી
  341. સિંહાલી
  342. பிரென்ச்
  343. ಫ್ರೆಂಚ್
  344. ವಿಕಿಪೀಡಿಯ
  345. ವಿಕಿಮೀಡಿಯ
  346. ലയാളം
  347. ἀκβατεω
  348. ἀπροσδοκήτως
  349. ἀπροσειλος
  350. ἀπρόσικτος
  351. Ἀκαδήμεια
  352. ὀδαξάω
  353. うろこ
  354. エレクトロニクス
  355. 人杰地灵
  356. 出版物
  357. 如期
  358. 守候
  359. 富翁
  360. 广播电台
  361. 折断
  362. 无视
  363. 砂丘
  364. 空旷
  365. 红喉雀
  366. 胡蜂
  367. 胡说
  368. 蝈蝈
  369. 许可证

A-cai's valuable instructions on classifying Chinese words edit

The rs variable in the template is for the radical/stroke information of the first character. In this case [ 按时 ] we want the rs for . If you click on , you will find the information for rs near the top. It will look like:

按 (radical 64 +06, 9 strokes, cangjie input 手十女 (QJV), four-corner 53044)

Make sure to delete the + symbol so that you get 手06. Therefore, you should put rs=手06 in the template. This means that is sorted under the radical, with 6 remaining strokes ( has a total of 6 strokes). The radical/stroke sort order is the most common sort order for traditional Chinese dictionaries, which is why we are using it for Categories that list words written in traditional characters. See Radical (Chinese character) for more information about radicals.