Q: Where did the Angles come from?

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Answer:A member of a germanic people that may have come from JUTLAND and, according to the venerable bede, joined the angles and Saxons in invading Britain in the 5th century, settling in a region including Kent and the Isle of Wight.Answer:Jute in tagalog word is Saluyot a green leafy vegetable that is eaten by Filipino people, mostly by Ilocanos from Northern part of the Philippines.

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