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Saale, Halle (Saale), Bensheim, Odenwald, Spring (water), Source (river or stream), Torgau, Worms, Germany, Nibelungenlied, Dwarf, Dynasty, Yellow River, Fir, Conifer cone, Bergstraße, Yellow Sea, East China Sea, Speyer, Siegfried, Fichtelgebirge, Ore Mountains, Beowulf (hero), Clan, Seljuq dynasty, Caspian Sea, Caliph (enlarged), Abu Bakr, Shi'a Islam, Sunni Islam (enlarged), British Museum, Confluence, Werra, Rhön, Vogelsberg Mountains, Headstreams, Fulda River, Byzantine art, Icon, Eastern Christianity, Eastern Europe, Eastern Bloc, Western Bloc, Free world, Warsaw Pact, Central Europe, Great power, Northern Europe, Western Europe, Southern Europe, Athelstan, Canute the Great, Ottonian dynasty, Edward III of England, Harold Wilson, Kayak, Canoe, Trunk, Trunk (botany), Shorts, Pole, Punt (boat), Utility pole, Support, Christmas tree, Tree line, Lift (force), Transpiration, Stomates, Pore, Vegetation, Amoeba, Pseudopods, Locomotion, Edward the Martyr, Preservation, Bier, Coffin, Fortification, Interpersonal relationship, Production, Alternative‎, Speculation, Turf, Oliver Cromwell, Restoration, History of England, Lindisfarne‎, History of Tamil Nadu, List of Parliamentary constituencies in the United Kingdom, Potter's wheel‎, Stainless steel, List of garden plants‎, List of plants by common name‎, Persuasion, Heligoland, 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica, Wire rope, Groove, ‎Public transport, Holy See‎,(100)

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Strong nuclear force, others not mentioned

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Dunstan (disambiguation), Intimacy (disambiguation), Service (disambiguation),Stock (disambiguation), Prevention (disambiguation), Monument (disambiguation)‎, Shear (disambiguation), Tension (disambiguation), Newton (disambiguation), Slide (disambiguation), St Andrews (disambiguation), Grain (disambiguation), Camouflage (disambiguation), Herd (disambiguation), Nottingham (disambiguation), Midlands (disambiguation), Crescent (disambiguation), Levant (disambiguation), Jordan River (disambiguation), Gradient (disambiguation), Flux (disambiguation), Thrust (disambiguation), Placebo (disambiguation), Placebo effect (disambiguation), Dogma (disambiguation), Path, Carcassonne (disambiguation), Windmill (disambiguation), Spectrum (disambiguation), Remainder (disambiguation), Division (disambiguation), Sensation (disambiguation), Franks (disambiguation), Erasmus (disambiguation), Scale (disambiguation), Church (disambiguation), Creed (disambiguation), Legion (disambiguation), Denomination (disambiguation), Broom (disambiguation), Car wash (disambiguation), Vinca (disambiguation), Tortoise (disambiguation), Stern (disambiguation), Relief (disambiguation), Frieze (disambiguation), Augustine, (46)

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List of Parliamentary constituencies in the United Kingdom, List of garden plants‎, List of plants by common name‎, List of Christian denominations, List of Christian denominations by number of members, List of prizes, medals, and awards, List of historical plagues, List of epidemics, List of Salvia species, (9)

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Dales, Anaerobic digestion, Biogas, Liturgy‎, Mass (liturgy), James, son of Zebedee, Saint James, Hydrolysis, Water (molecule), Metallic bond, - Heat conduction, ‎Vassal, ‎Migration Period, Prose, ‎Caper story, Georg Büchner Prize, ‎Georg Büchner, (470)

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