A dictionary of modern fuseki: the Korean style by Seolim Publishing Company (compiler), Kim Seong June

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However, it is less acceptable and often offensive in Canadian English, where First Nations is generally preferred. In principle, American Indian can apply to all native peoples throughout the Americas except the Eskimos, Aleuts, and Inuits, but in practice it is generally restricted to the Indian peoples of the United States and Canada. For native peoples in the rest of the hemisphere, usage generally favors Indian by itself or, less frequently, the contractions Amerindian or Amerind. See more at First Nation, Indian, and Native American.

Coeducational institutions usually use alumni for graduates of both sexes, but those who object to masculine forms in such cases sometimes use alumni and alumnae, alumnae/i, or the more casual alums. The word graduates also presents a gender-neutral alternative. pronunciation As an Anglicized Latin word, alumni is usually pronounced (slûm'nï). Likewise, alumnae is usually pronounced (a-lûm'nê). Confusion comes about in part because in English i has several possible pronunciations and ae is an unusual combination.

The letters of all these abbreviations may be set in either small capitals or full capitals. Many cultures have other epochs based on significant events in their religious history. For example, the era in Muslim societies is traditionally dated from the Prophet Muhammad's emigration from Mecca to Medina in the year 622 CE, an event called the Hijra. " Suleiman the Magnificent, for example, was born in AH 900, or 1494 CE. Writers should note that the year lengths in the Islamic calendar, based on the lunar, are shorter than those in the Gregorian calendar used in the West.

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