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  • It was the first goal he had scored since playing in English non-league football, over six years previously.
  • Their multi-racial children were free because they were born to free English women.
  • English is the most widely spoken language in the United States.
  • By some he is considered the most important figure in 17th-century English military engineering.
  • Since then, other works of his have been translated into English.
  • English is spoken as a first or second language in most of the Commonwealth.
  • The modern throw-in comes from the nineteenth century English public school football games.
  • The game has won multiple awards and has been translated into many languages beyond the original English.
  • Real Life is the debut studio album by English post-punk band Magazine.
  • His account, written in early 17th-century English, gives the following information.
  • Play is the first live album by English post-punk-new wave band Magazine.
  • There is no known Old English personal name from which the first element can be derived.
  • She was one of a few women who occupied such a position in early 18th-century English society.
  • According to contemporary English accounts, Henry was directly involved in the hand-to-hand fighting.
  • English-as-an Additional Language services are offered for non-native English speakers.
  • By the mid-17th century English families owned approximately one-third of the town in value terms.
  • A gauge railway was used on the English side during construction.
  • Americans of English stock are found throughout the state.
  • One of the best-known of these was the English standard of candlepower.
  • In film and television, Cecil almost always played upper class English characters.
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Meaning of English

  • noun An indo-european language belonging to the west germanic branch; the official language of britain and the united states and most of the commonwealth countries
  • noun The people of england
  • noun The discipline that studies the english language and literature
  • noun (sports) the spin given to a ball by striking it on one side or releasing it with a sharp twist
  • adjective Of or relating to or characteristic of england or its culture or people
    English history, the English landed aristocracy, English literature
  • adjective Of or relating to the english language