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Theocracy

Theocracy is a concept derived from a Greek compound word that can be translated as "domain of God." The notion refers to the government that exercises a divinity directly or through some kind of representative. In theocracy, therefore, the authorities rule in the name of God.
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Relief

The relief is formed by everything that stands out from a flat surface or that modifies it. The concept is often used to refer to the elevations and depressions found on our planet. In this sense, the land relief includes both the forms that are noticed at the surface level and those that involve accidents on the seabed.
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Fungi kingdom

Fungi is a Latin term that can be translated as a fungus. The fungi kingdom, therefore, is the kingdom of fungi: those living beings of the eukaryotic type, such as mushrooms, yeasts and molds. The members of the fungi kingdom are not animals, plants or protists. There are, however, confusions about certain organisms, and there are even organisms whose classification in one or another kingdom changed over the years.
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Hungry

The notion of hunger usually refers to the need or desire to eat: that is, to eat food. The term comes from the Latin vulgar famen, which in turn derives from the word fames. Hunger, therefore, is the sensation that appears when a person needs or wants to consume food.
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Being able to determine the etymological origin of the stamped term that now occupies us, leads us to “leave” until French, since it comes from the Gallo verb “estamper”. It is a word that, in turn, comes from the fráncico "stampon", which can be translated as "crush". Stamping is the action and effect of stamping.
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Pious

In order to find the etymological origin of the pious term we have to turn to Latin. And it is derived from the Latin word "pietas", which means "piety", and which, in turn, emanates from "pius", which can be translated as "devotee." Pious is an adjective that is linked to godliness (the virtue that implies devotion to God and the religious, and that is reflected in an action driven by compassion and love).
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