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A: For the word in that sentence I have "Workout" in the first place but the last of the two "Wht" words is "Work" I also have the first "of the two Wht" words, "Wht" meaning what, which would mean "whit" (like the colour white), although it might also mean "what" and "which", but I don't think it's the latter. Finally I have the last "of the two Wht" words, "What" meaning what, and that "Wht" word is the whole of that last phrase, not just a part of it, and is therefore in the last position. So my analysis of that sentence is that the last word is "Work". If I say "The Workout" instead of the word "Workout" in your sentence, then the last word is "Workout" (which is correct). Friedrich von Breda Friedrich Ludwig von Breda (1747–1822) was a German painter and stage designer. Life Breda was born in Ansbach in 1747 and studied in Düsseldorf, Hamburg and Ghent. He travelled widely, to France, Denmark and England. He died in Berlin in 1822. Works He designed the sets and costumes for the first two revivals of Eugène Scribe's comedy series Père François, which were staged at the Théâtre de la Monnaie in Brussels in 1821 and 1822. He is also known for some of his paintings, mostly of female subjects. One of these is the 1813 "Luncheon at the Prince of Otranto's", a painting of which there is also a copy in the British Museum. Another of his paintings, which shows the First Partition of Poland, was painted in 1792 and was part of the collection of Prince Frederick, Duke of York and Albany, who was the father of Queen Victoria. Breda's brothers Adolph and Otto were also painters. References Category:1747 births Category:1822 deaths Category:People from Ansbach Category:18th-century German painters Category:German male painters Category:19th-century German paintersQ: Does Duma (Libguava) support ThreadLocal I am




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