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pagan

pa·gan / ˈpāgən/ • n. a person holding religious beliefs other than those of the main world religions. ∎ dated, derog. a non-Christian. ∎  an adherent of neopaganism. • adj. of or relating to such people or beliefs: a pagan god. DERIVATIVES: pa·gan·ish adj. pa·gan·ism / -ˌnizəm/ n. pa·gan·ize / -ˌnīz/ v.

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yellow pages

yellow pages Indexing information providing an online directory of services on a network. In contrast, the information of the white pages provides an online index of users on a network. In both cases the services or users indexed will normally be those of local interest, typically those on a local area network. As the yellow pages are used directly by the computer systems on the network to access services provided by other systems, there is a high premium on accuracy.

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pagan

pagan a person holding religious beliefs other than those of the main world religions. The word comes (in late Middle English) from Latin paganus ‘villager, rustic’ from pagus ‘country district’. Latin paganus also meant ‘civilian’, becoming in Christian Latin ‘heathen’ (i.e. one not enrolled in the army of Christ).

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pagan

pagan XIV. — L. pāgānus rustic, peasant, citizen, civilian, (in ChrL.) non-Christian, non-Jewish, f. pāgus (rural) district, the country, orig. land-mark fixed in the earth, f. IE. *paĝ- as in L. pangere fix; see -AN. The sense ‘heathen’ of L. pāgānus is of uncert. orig.
Hence paganism XV.

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Pag

Pag (päg), Ital. Pago, island (101 sq mi/262 sq km), in the Adriatic, off the Dalmatian coast, Croatia. Noted for its fine embroidery and lace, it also has vineyards, a fishing industry, and bauxite deposits. The chief village is Pag, a resort on the eastern coast; it has a palace and a cathedral from Venetian times.

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Yellow Pages

Yel·low Pag·es (also yel·low pag·es) • pl. n. a telephone directory, or a section of one, printed on yellow paper and listing businesses and other organizations according to the goods or services they offer. ∎  a similar directory available online through the Internet.

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pagan

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PAg

PAg Professional Agronomist

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PaG

PaG Pennsylvania German

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