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Possible Answers: ALA, AKIN, SAME, ASIF, DIG, SUCH, GOFOR, ENJOY, AKINTO, SIMILAR, SUCHAS, KINDRED, CAREFOR, COTTONTO, ASTHOUGH, GOINFOR, ANALOGOUSTO, SHADESOF.

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Random information on the term “ALA”:

Ala is a village in Pühalepa Parish, Hiiu County in northwestern Estonia.

Coordinates: 58°57′18″N 22°49′33″E / 58.95500°N 22.82583°E / 58.95500; 22.82583

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Random information on the term “SAME”:

In philosophy, identity, from Latin: identitas (“sameness”), is the relation each thing bears just to itself. The notion of identity gives rise to many philosophical problems, including the identity of indiscernibles (if x and y share all their properties, are they one and the same thing?), and questions about change and personal identity over time (what has to be the case for a person x at one time and a person y at a later time to be one and the same person?).

It is important to distinguish the philosophical concept of identity from the more well-known notion of identity in use in psychology and the social sciences. The philosophical concept concerns a relation, specifically, a relation that x and y stand in if, and only if they are one and the same thing, or identical to each other (i.e. if, and only if x = y). The sociological notion of identity, by contrast, has to do with a person’s self-conception, social presentation, and more generally, the aspects of a person that make them unique, or qualitatively different from others (e.g. cultural identity, gender identity, national identity, online identity and processes of identity formation).

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Random information on the term “ASIF”:

FINSIA – Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA) is a not-for-profit membership association for financial services professionals in Australia and New Zealand. FINSIA is the only professional membership body that represents the entire financial services industry across Australasia. Members include CEOs of the major banks, executives from over half the ASX 200 and today’s leading fintech entrepreneurs. The institution’s goal is to raise standards of professionalism in the financial services industry and provide resources for its members to network, build thought leadership and accelerate their careers.

FINSIA was established in 2005 after a merger of two Australian financial organisations: the Australian Institute of Banking and Finance (AIBF) and the Securities Institute of Australia (SIA).

The Australian Institute of Banking and Finance The Australian Institute of Banking and Finance was founded in 1886 by Henry Gyles Turner, general manager of the Commercial Bank of Australia. The institution was established when more than 250 bankers met to promote professional knowledge and sound banking practice. In its founding days, the institute was known as the Banker’s Institute of Australasia.

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Random information on the term “DIG”:

Dig is an American alternative rock band from Los Angeles, California.

Dig formed in 1991 in Los Angeles; vocalist Scott Hackwith had previously produced for The Ramones, and guitarist Dix Denney had played with The Weirdos and Thelonious Monster. After releasing an EP in 1992, they signed with Radioactive Records and issued their first full-length in 1993, produced by Dave Jerden. The single “Believe” was played regularly on MTV’s Buzz Bin and was their lone charting hit, reaching #19 on the Billboard Modern Rock chart and #34 on the Mainstream Rock chart. The group issued two further full-lengths in 1996 and 1999, and their cover of the Theme from Fat Albert was included on the compilation Saturday Morning Cartoon’s Greatest Hits.

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