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I shall be working mainly on Ewe words found at:

  1. Index:Ewe.
  2. Category:Ewe language
  3. Other languages (Akan / Twi).



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Word of the day for November 24
Cambrian explosion proper n
  1. (evolutionary biology) The relatively rapid appearance, during the Cambrian Period around 541 million years ago, of most major animal phyla, as demonstrated in the fossil record.

Cambrian explosion n

  1. (by extension) The rapid appearance of anything.
  English naturalist and geologist Charles Darwin’s book On the Origin of Species, considered the foundation of evolutionary biology, was published on this day in 1859.

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