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(Modern Latin: chemical element; named in honor of Enrico Fermi, an Italian-American physicist; rare earth)
(Modern Latin: chemical element; named for Ernest Lawrence, an American physicist and inventor of the cyclotron; radioactive metal)
(Modern Latin: named for Glenn Theodore Seaborg (1912-1999), an American nuclear physicist and Nobel Prize winner; radioactive metal)
(the uniformity of American English is largely a result of the improved modes of travel and communication)
(from pirates to American politics)
(An American Dictionary of the English Language as conceived by Noah Webster)
(a presentation of simplified American-English pronunciations)
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American Institute of Philanthropy
The American Institute of Philanthropy (AIP) is a nonprofit organization which was created by Daniel Borochoff in 1992 to address the continuing need for information regarding the financial efficiency, accountability, governance, and fundraising practices of charities.

Charity financial reporting can be inconsistent, unclear, and occasionally unethical or even fraudulent.

Pan-American (s) (noun),Pan-Americans (pl)
Relating to the nations of North, South, and Central America; collectively or in cooperatiion with each other.
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(the language of a group of American Indian tribes that lived in the valleys of the Ottawa River and of the northern tributaries of the St. Lawrence River)
(an American Indian or an Eskimo; any of the languages of certain American Indians or Eskimos)
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American Bar Association, ABA
National organization of U.S. lawyers headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.
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Success with Words, A Guide to The American Language
By The Reader's Digest Association, Inc; Pleasantville, New York; 1983.
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The 106-year-old Virginia McLaurin, an African-American, was very excited to meet the Obamas in the White House and she was dancing with joy.

Ms. McLaurin was invited as part of a Black History Month celebration. “I thought I would never live to get into the White House and I tell you I am so happy to have a black president,” she said to the smiling Barack Obama and the first lady, Michelle Obama.

Click on this link: to see the video posted by the White House as Virginia McLaurin opens her arms wide and greets Obama with an excited "Hi!".

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