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Robert Adam

(1728—1792) architect

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A large semicircular or polygonal recess in a church, arched or with a domed roof and typically at the church's eastern end. Recorded from the early 19th century, the word comes from Latin apsis ...
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The term given to an organization's information technology platform, structure and process but increasingly used as a way of explaining complex marketing concepts and functions, for example ‘brand ...
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An ancient Roman town, near Naples, on the lower slopes of Vesuvius. The volcano's eruption in ad 79 buried it deeply under volcanic ash, along with Pompeii, and thus largely preserved it until its ...
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The northern part of Great Britain and of the United Kingdom. Sparsely populated until Celtic peoples arrived from the Continent during the Bronze and Early Iron Age, the inhabitants of Scotland were ...

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