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barguest
Barghest Bar"ghest`, n. [Perh. G. berg mountain + geist demon, or b["a]r a bear + geist.] A goblin, in the shape of a large dog, portending misfortune. [Also written barguest.]

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- No Need to Argue is the second studio album by the Irish rock band The Cranberries, released on 3 October 1994. It is the band's best selling album, and...
- In reasoning and argument mapping, a counterargument is an objection to an objection. A counterargument can be used to rebut an objection to a premise...
- David Argue (born 1959) is an Australian actor. He is best known for his role as Snowy in Gallipoli as well as the lead role the 1993 film Hercules Returns...
- Dubai and Melbourne. The Argues: The Movie's original title was Mum and Me. Official website The Argues: The Movie on IMDb The Argues: The Movie at Rotten...
- In 2010, The Argues released their self-titled demo EP recorded at Metalworks Studios, a top studio in Canada. Since 2010, The Argues have performed...
- Most scholars, including James McPherson, argue that Confederate victory was at least possible. McPherson argues that the North's advantage in po****tion...
- the Renaissance and argues that it was a break from the past, but many historians today focus more on its medieval aspects and argue that it was an extension...
- argument that artificial intelligence will pose a threat to humankind. He argues that sufficiently intelligent AI, if it chooses actions based on achieving...
- snowflakes', each alike but unique, or 'everyone is special'." Claire Fox argues recent parenting philosophy led to parenting methods which "denied resilience-building...
- following pattern of argument: Person 1 ****erts proposition X. Person 2 argues against a superficially similar proposition Y, falsely, as if an argument...
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