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Finnish  Suffix -en. Suffix variant for the illative singular, see -Vn.; Suffix for the genitive plural. Usually preceded by the plural marker -i-or -j-, but may also have a consonant separator -d-after the plural marker if the words would otherwise have 3 consecutive vowels. (personal) Forms the impersonal potential present forms of verbs, appended to the infinitive, followed by the
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878 – Arab–Byzantine wars: The city of Syracuse was captured by the Aghlabids, during the Muslim conquest of Sicily.; 1894 – The Manchester Ship Canal, linking Manchester in North West England to the Irish Sea, officially opened, becoming the world's largest navigation canal at the time.; 1911 – Mexican President Porfirio Díaz and the revolutionary Francisco Madero signed the Treaty
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