In history, what was a fortnight?

Answer A fortnight refers to two weeks, or 14 days. It comes from the Old English word "fÄ“owertyne niht," and was a popular term in Britain. It is not commonly used today, especially in the United States... Read More »

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How much weight could i lose in a fortnight?

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What does What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us mean?

It means that who we are and how we act, what we do, mean more then our past or our future. they were our decisions, smart or dumb, but they arent US. or, what we have done, or what we will do in t... Read More »

On dish network what day what channel and what time does the secret life of the American teenager come on?

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What are the 3 HD resolutions available, what are they known as and what systems are using them?

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