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 Origins of the chupacabra?

Answer The chupacabra ("goat sucker") is a legendary creature said to inhabit Puerto Rico, Mexico and the southwestern United States. The chupacabra is named for its alleged habit of sneaking into animal ... Read More »
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What does origins mean?

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Origins of the CIA?

The OSS (Office of Strategic Services) was formed during WWII as the first US central intelligence gathering agency. In times of war, correct intelligence is priceless. After WWII, it was disbanded... Read More »
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How to Use Word Origins?

The English language owes its wide and varied vocabulary to utilizing words from other languages. Although English is a Germanic language, throughout history it has strong influences from Latin, Fr... Read More »
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Havanese Dog Origins?

The Havanese is a toy dog, weighing approximately 7 to 13 lbs. when fully grown. Bred as companion dogs, the Havenese are affectionate and playful and get along with most people, dogs, cats and oth... Read More »
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