WHAT DOES PROUT MEAN IN ENGLISH?

Prout may refer to: People with the surname Prout: ▪ Christopher Prout, Baron Kingsland, British politician ▪ Ebenezer Prout, English composer, music theorist, writer and teacher ▪ Elizabeth Prout, Catholic nun and Servant of God ▪ Francis Sylvester Mahony, Irish humorist known as Father Prout ▪ Frank Prout, British canoer ▪ Gavin Prout, Canadian lacrosse…

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Urban Dictionary 

adjective  of, relating to, or designating a city or town:densely populated urban areas.  living, located, or taking place in a city:urban rooftop gardening.  characteristic of or accustomed to cities; citified:He’s an urban type—I can’t picture him enjoying a whole week at our cabin in the woods.  of or relating to the experience, lifestyle, or culture…

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JSTOR 

Department of the Interior employees are offered access to this database at their desktops; employees who are teleworking may access it through the Department’s VPN. Others must contact a Reference Librarian for assistance.  Search JSTOR   Founded as a not-for-profit organization in 1995, JSTOR is used in more than 11,000 schools, universities, and institutions around the world….

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How to Discuss Hypothetical Situations in English 

Hypothetical situations are situations that we imagine. There are specific English grammar structures, phrases and forms to express hypothetical situations. Here are some examples of some hypothetical situations using a wide variety of forms.  English uses conditional forms to express hypothetical situations.  There are also a number of other forms to express hypothetical situations in English.  If…

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Movies on TV this week: ‘Goldfinger’ on BBC

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