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etymology The name "Zetton" is derived from "Zetto" (??? - a japanese pronunciation of the English letter "Z"), "to" (?), japanese for "and", and the japanese character for "N" (?/?).

etymology of Atoll Names The names of the natural atolls of the Maldives
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Page 3. Still others focus only on etiquette as an important factor in business success.

Texting etiquette "From beyond the grave," it seems that America's twentieth century etiquette guru, Emily Post still has lessons regarding people living in the twenty-first century.

His advice and criticism were not always accepted, but in accordance with Confucian etiquette, the emperor would concede to his suggestions with some regularity.

good etiquette dictates that the guests should make appropriate compliments regarding the choice of tea.

In addition to rules there is usually a universal set of mores and a terminology common to text-based role playing games, that more or less constitutes gaming etiquette.

It is considered etiquette for the fielding team not to appeal if the handling of the ball does not affect the play of the game, although there are occasions when this etiquette has been ignored.

The I-li: or Book of etiquette and Ceremonial.

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