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-The word “pan” appears in many languages with many variations in the use of [[capitalization]], [[punctuation]], use of [[diacritic]]s, and use in different [[script]]s. 
-{{wikipedia|pan}} 
-==Capitalization and punctuation==+# [[all]], [[every]], [[each]]
-*[[pan]]+# [[whole]]
-*[[Pan]]+==See also==
-*[[PAN]]+
-*[[pan-]]+
-*[[Pan-]]+
- +
-==Diacritics==+
-{{top2}}+
-*[[pān]]+
-*[[pán]]+
-*[[Pán]]+
-{{mid2}}+
-*[[pǎn]]+
-*[[pàn]]+
-*[[päñ]]+
-{{bottom}}+
- +
-==Other scripts==+
-===Cyrillic===+
-*[[пан]]+
-*[[пањ]]+
- +
-===Greek===+
-*[[παν]]+
-*[[πάν]]+
*[[Πάν]] *[[Πάν]]
-*[[πᾶν]] 
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-===Japanese=== 
-*[[パン]] (''bread'') 
- 
-==Combinations with numbers== 
-*[[pan1]] 
-*[[pan2]] 
-*[[pan3]] 
-*[[pan4]] 
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-==See also== 
-*[[Appendix:Variations of "p"]] 
-*[[Appendix:Variations of "a"]] 
-*[[Appendix:Variations of "n"]] 
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-===Reduplication=== 
-*[[pan-pan]] 
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-====Homophones==== 
-*[[pain]] 
-*[[pane]] 
-*[[panne]] 
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