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The Princess Louise, Princess Royal and Duchess of Fife

Princess Louise Facts Known for: sixth British princess named Princess Royal; daughter of King Edward VII, and granddaughter of Queen Victoria Dates: February 20, 1867 - January 4, 1931 Also known as: Louise Victoria Alexandra Dagmar, Princess Royal and Duchess of Fife, The Princess Louise, Princess Louise of Wales (at birth) Background, Family: Mother: Alexandra of Denmark (1844 - 1925): Alexandra, Princess of Wales, at the birth of Princess Louise, and later Queen Alexandra.
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All About the Two-Part Tariff

A two-part tariff is a pricing scheme where a producer charges a flat fee for the right to purchase units of a good or service and then charges an additional per-unit price for the good or service itself. Common examples of two-part tariffs include cover charges and per-drink prices at bars, entry fees, and per-ride fees at amusement parks, wholesale club memberships, and so on.
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Commonly Confused Words: Hurdle, Hurl, and Hurtle

The words hurdle and hurtle are near -homophones: that is, they sound almost the same, especially when they're not pronounced clearly. But be careful: these two words have different meanings. Adding to the challenge is the fact that the verb hurtle overlaps in meaning with another similar-sounding word-- hurl .
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Universities and Colleges by ACT Score Percentiles

When you're considering to which public college or university to apply, sometimes it is very helpful to browse through schools that have students scoring similarly on the ACT as you did. If your ACT scores are completely lower or higher than 75% of the students who were accepted to a particular school, then perhaps you would be better off searching for a school where students are more in your range, although exceptions are certainly made all the time.
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Understanding Passive Vocabulary

A passive vocabulary is made up of the words that an individual recognizes but rarely uses when speaking and writing. Also known as recognition vocabulary . Contrast with active vocabulary . According to John Reynolds and Patricia Acres, "Your passive vocabulary is likely to contain more words than the active one.
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Was Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell's Wedding Vegetarian or Vegan?

When musician and animal advocate Paul McCartney married American businesswoman Nancy Shevell on October 9, 2011 in London, animal activists wondered if the wedding was vegetarian. Maybe even vegan? Short answer: The wedding was vegetarian, and parts were vegan. The former Beatle is a long-time vegetarian, and has been a celebrity spokesperson for PETA, Viva!
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