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- Sao Tome and Principe
- Republic of the Congo
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
"Qu'est-ce que c'est?" (pronounced kess-kuh-say) is a French phrase that translates into English as "What is it?" or "What is that?"
Similar phrases to 'qu'est que c'est?" and their translations
- "Qu'est-ce que tu fais?" (kess-kuh tu fay?) or "Qu'est-ce que vous faites?" (kess-kuh voo fets?) - "What are you doing?" The first is to … Read more
- Both these star signs should be extremely attracted to each other, which means a lot of initial excitement!
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Asking "Can I make a cocktail with gin?" is like saying "Can I play a song with a guitar?"
Gin is the main ingredient in hundreds of exciting and delicious cocktails, so there's no end to the number of combinations and cocktails you can try out!
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- King John
- Edward III (thought to be written by Shakespeare, but not included in the First Folio, which is the most concise printed collection of Shakespeare's work)
- Richard II
- Henry IV, Part 1
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- Egypt – as the country is mostly desert, it gets … Read more