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  2. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba - Wikipedia

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    A second light novel, titled Demon Slayer: One-Winged Butterfly (鬼滅の刃 片羽の蝶, Kimetsu no Yaiba Katahane no Chō), by Gotouge and Yajima, was published in Japan on October 4, 2019. It details the lives of Shinobu and her sister Kanae before and soon after they joined the Demon Slayers after Gyomei saved their lives.

  3. Tiny Banker Trojan - Wikipedia

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    Tiny Banker Trojan. Appearance. hide. Tiny Banker Trojan, also called Tinba, is a malware program that targets financial institution websites. It is a modified form of an older form of viruses known as Banker Trojans, yet it is much smaller in size and more powerful. It works by establishing man-in-the-browser attacks and network sniffing.

  4. Duke University - Wikipedia

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    Duke University is a private research university in Durham, North Carolina, United States.Founded by Methodists and Quakers in the present-day city of Trinity in 1838, the school moved to Durham in 1892.

  5. Wikipedia:Why create an account? - Wikipedia

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    Registering doesn't just give you better tools for making edits; an account facilitates working with other volunteers. Creating an account is fast, easy, and completely free of charge. You don't need to be registered to contribute, but registering and using an account on Wikipedia to contribute provides many benefits, including the ability to:

  6. List of unusual deaths - Wikipedia

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    The death of Aeschylus, killed by a turtle dropped onto his head by a falcon, illustrated in the 15th-century Florentine Picture-Chronicle by Baccio Baldini. This list of unusual deaths includes unique or extremely rare circumstances of death recorded throughout history, noted as being unusual by multiple sources.

  7. Kanak people - Wikipedia

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    The Kanaks ( French spelling until 1984: Canaque) are the indigenous Melanesian inhabitants of New Caledonia, an overseas collectivity of France in the southwest Pacific. Kanak peoples traditionally speak diverse Austronesian languages that belong to the New Caledonian branch of Oceanic. According to the 2019 census, [1] the Kanaks make up 41.2 ...

  8. Infinity - Wikipedia

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    means that does not bound a finite area from to. means that the area under is infinite. means that the total area under is finite, and is equal to. Infinity can also be used to describe infinite series, as follows: means that the sum of the infinite series converges to some real value.

  9. Ancient Greece - Wikipedia

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    Ancient Greece ( Greek: Ἑλλάς, romanized : Hellás) was a northeastern Mediterranean civilization, existing from the Greek Dark Ages of the 12th–9th centuries BC to the end of classical antiquity ( c. 600 AD ), that comprised a loose collection of culturally and linguistically related city-states and other territories.