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157
2005
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77
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69
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78
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81
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76
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618
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797
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809
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757
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815
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760
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551
2006
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582
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573
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665
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491
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595
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546
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514
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493
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117
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2895
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7492
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6957
2007
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7412
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6985
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7090
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7182
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7088
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7597
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6943
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6596
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6429
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7945
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6680
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6222
2008
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6476
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6105
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6198
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4933
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5348
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5884
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6138
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4935
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5420
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4463
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1770
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2510
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2814
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2879
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3228
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3211
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3420
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3515
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3324
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2903
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3621
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3674
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3428
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2541
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2683
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2965
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3535
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3060
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3152
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3337
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2584
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2423
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3098
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3617
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4443
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3631
2011
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3823
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3970
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4461
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4093
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4394
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4198
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3543
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3811
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4227
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4363
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4502
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3806
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3965
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4380
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4634
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4431
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4641
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4386
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3856
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3967
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4086
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4316
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3011
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4195
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4579
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4644
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4768
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5294
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8558
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7858
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7430
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7276
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8020
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8871
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7741
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6660
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6994
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7094
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7338
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7461
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7217
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6758
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6605
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5881
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Word of the Day
malpais
  • The ragged surface of a lava-flow.
'Malpais' translates from Spanish as 'bad land.'