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 Where does the term 3G come from?

Answer the term 3G can mean third generation or the network/connection speed.
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Where does the term Who are you come from?

Since I am involved in music I'm going to give the synopsis of "Who Are You" as a song and an album versus the phrase itself which, consequently, has been around for much longer than the song and a... Read More »
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Where does the term 'baroque' come from?

Answer 1765, from M.Fr. baroque "irregular," from Port. barroco "imperfect pearl," Sp. berruca "a wart," origin unknown. "This style in decorations got the epithet of Barroque taste, derived fro... Read More »
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Where does the term"mariachi"come from?

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