Minot what is meaning?

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Foolwati Bumb

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The minot (French pronunciation: ​[mino]) is an old unit of dry volume, used in France prior to metrication. . As the French bushel was defined as 10/27 of a cubic French royal foot, or 640 cubic French royal inches, the minot was 1920 cubic French royal inches, corresponding to about 38.086 litres.

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Laasya Khatri

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A city of north-central North Dakota north-northwest of Bismarck. It was founded as a railroad stop in the 1880s. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English .

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Harivansh Thaman

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Minot definition, U.S. physician: Nobel prize 1934. See more.

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Vaishnav Sengupta

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A commercial and industrial city in north central North Dakota; population 35,419 (est. 2008). Word of the day. tuftaffeta. / tʌfˈtafətə /. noun. See definitions & .

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