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Mis·cel·la·ne·ous

(Of items or people gathered or considered together) of various types or from different sources.

(Of a collection or group) composed of members or elements of different kinds.

Early 17th century: from Latin miscellaneus (from miscellus 'mixed,' from miscere 'to mix') + ous. In earlier use the word also described a person as 'having various qualities.'

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