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- of, an aircraft with a control system with two or more engines arrayed abreast, allowing descent, ascent, turns by adjusting the throttle control to the engines
- of; palliator.
- Airborne Collision Avoidance System
- Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service
- Atyap Community Development Association
- American Choral Directors Association
- American College Dance Association
- Awka Capital Development Association
- Attakar Community Development Association
- Suffering from aches, sore.
- a small town in Norfolk, England
- Any of class of organic radicals, RCO-, formed by the removal of a hydroxyl group from a carboxylic acid.
- A bench; a high seat, or seat of distinction or judgment.
- A tribunal or court.
- A squawk.
- A discordant note.
- To squawk.
- To incorrectly play a note by hitting a partial other than the one intended.
- To defecate.
- To kill.
- An act of defecation.
- To laugh.
- A local governor or leader, especially in North Africa or Moorish Spain; an alcaide.
- Any of various ancient and traditional Irish football games.
- Modern Gaelic football.
- A rich, sweet dessert food, typically made of flour, sugar and eggs and baked in an oven, and often covered in icing.
- A small mass of baked dough, especially a thin loaf from unleavened dough.
- A thin wafer-shaped mass of fried batter; a griddlecake or pancake.
- A block of any of various dense materials.
- A trivially easy task or responsibility; from a piece of cake.
- Coat (something) with a crust of solid material.
- To form into a cake, or mass.
- To cackle like a goose.
- Resembling cake in texture.
- A young cow or bull.
- Leather made of the skin of the calf; especially, a fine, light-coloured leather used in bookbinding.
- A young elephant, seal or whale
- A chunk of ice broken off of a larger glacier, ice shelf, or iceberg.
- A small island, near a larger island.
- A cabless railroad engine.
- An awkward or silly boy or young man; any silly person; a dolt.
- The back of the leg below the knee.
- The muscle in the back of the leg below the knee.
- Peaceful, quiet, especially free from anger and anxiety.
- Free of noise and disturbance.
- with little waves on the surface.
- Without wind or storm.
- The state of being calm; peacefulness; absence of worry, anger, fear or other strong negative emotion.
- The state of being calm; absence of noise and disturbance.
- A period of time without wind.
- To make calm.
- To become calm.
- A dark shaly limestone occurring in the Carboniferous limestone of Ireland.
- The substance which remains after a metal or mineral has been thoroughly burnt, seen as being the essential substance left after the expulsion of phlogiston.
- (Now recognised as being) the oxide left after calcination of a metal.
- calcium oxide
- In the Eton College wall game, an area at the end of the field where a shy can be scored by lifting the ball against the wall with one's foot.
- Of or relating to cane (the plant) or canes.
- Abounding with canes.
- To be filled with worry, solicitude, or troubles.
- To bring worry, vexation, or anxiety.
- A noxious or corroding worry.
- The state of being filled with worry.
- See cark it.
- A large barrel for the storage of liquid, especially of alcoholic drinks.
- A casket; a small box for jewels.
- To put into a cask.
- community antenna television, a precursor to cable television
- cable television
- A less common spelling of Katie, diminutive of the female given name Catherine and related names.
- A chest with holes for keeping fish alive in water.
- An opaque, compact variety of barite, or heavy spar.
- A style of close-fitting circular cap worn by women in the sixteenth century and later, often made of linen.
- A membrane.
- The thin membrane which covers the lower intestines; the omentum.
- The amnion which encloses the foetus before birth, especially that part of it which sometimes shrouds a baby’s head at birth (traditionally considered to be good luck).
- The surface of a press that makes contact with panel product, especially a removable plate or sheet.
- A strip or block of wood used to distribute or direct clamping force.
- A guinea pig (rodent).
- Chewing tobacco.
- A plug or wad of chewing tobacco.
- The jaw.
- To chew; to grind with one's teeth; to masticate (food, or the cud); to champ (at the bit).
- To ruminate in thought; to consider; to keep the mind working upon; to brood over.
- To steal.
- A greeting or farewell using the word "ciao".
- To clothe.
- To cover (with insulation or another material); to surround, envelop.
- (figuratively) To imbue (with a specified quality)
- (in compounds) Wearing clothing of a specified type.
- (in compounds) Covered, enveloped in or surrounded by a specified material or substance.
- A glue or paste made from starch.
- Low cloud, fog or smog.
- Unburned carbon (smoke) from a steam or diesel locomotive, or multiple unit.
- Bits of rubber which are shed from tires during a race and collect off the racing line, especially on the outside of corners.
- To encumber
- To stick, like boots in mud
- A bivalve mollusk of many kinds, especially those that are edible; for example the (Mya arenaria), the (Mercenaria mercenaria), the sea clam or ( and other species. The name is said to have been given originally to the Tridacna gigas, a huge East Indian bivalve.
- Strong pincers or forceps.
- A kind of vise, usually of wood.
- A dollar (usually used in the plural).
- A Scientologist.
- To dig for clams.
- A crash or clangor made by ringing all the bells of a chime at once.
- To produce, in bellringing, a clam or clangor; to cause to clang.
- clamminess; moisture
- To be moist or glutinous; to stick; to adhere.
- To clog, as with glutinous or viscous matter.
- The act of striking the palms of the hands, or any two surfaces, together.
- The explosive sound of thunder.
- Any loud, sudden, explosive sound made by striking hard surfaces together, or resembling such a sound.
- A slap with the hand, usually in a jovial manner.
- A single, sudden act or motion; a stroke; a blow.
- The nether part of the beak of a hawk.
- A dropping of cow dung (presumably from the sound made as it hits the ground) Edward Peacock, A Glossary of Words Used in the Wapentakes of Manley and Corringham, Lincolnshire, p 188
- To strike the palms of the hands together, creating a sharp sound.
- To applaud.
- To slap with the hand in a jovial manner.
- To bring two surfaces together forcefully, creating a sharp sound.
- To come together suddenly with noise.
- To create or assemble (something) hastily (usually followed by up or together).
- To set or put, usually in haste.
- To shoot (somebody) with a gun.
- a wooden dowel
- the brass bearing in the sheave of a block
- To unite (timbers etc.) by means of tenons or dowels in the edges or face.
- An outer garment covering the upper torso and arms.
- A covering of material, such as paint.
- The fur or feathers covering an animal's skin.
- Canvas painted with thick tar and secured round a mast or bowsprit to prevent water running down the sides into the hold (now made of rubber or leather).
- A petticoat.
- The habit or vesture of an order of men, indicating the order or office; cloth.
- A coat of arms.
- A coat card.
- To cover with a coat of some material
- To cover as a coat.
- To fondle, kid, pet, tease.
- To wheedle, persuade (a person, organisation, animal etc.) gradually or by use of flattery to do something.
- To carefully manipulate into a particular desired state, situation or position.
- A simpleton; a dupe.
- The basal segment of a limb of various arthropods (insects and spiders, for example).
- A crustacean of the infraorder Brachyura, having five pairs of legs, the foremost of which are in the form of claws, and a carapace.
- A bad-tempered person.
- An infestation of pubic lice (Pthirus pubis).
- A playing card with the rank of three.
- A position in rowing where the oar is pushed under the rigger by the force of the water.
- A defect in an outwardly normal object that may render it inconvenient and troublesome to use.
- To fish for crabs.
- To ruin.
- To complain.
- To drift sideways or to leeward
- To navigate (an aircraft, e.g. a glider) sideways against an air current in order to maintain a straight-line course.
- to fly slightly off the straight-line course towards an enemy aircraft, as the machine guns on early aircraft did not allow firing through the propeller disk.
- To back out of something.
- The crab apple or wild apple.
- The tree bearing crab apples, which has a dogbane-like bitter bark with medical use.
- A cudgel made of the wood of the crab tree; a crabstick.
- A movable winch or windlass with powerful gearing, used with derricks, etc.
- A form of windlass, or geared capstan, for hauling ships into dock, etc.
- A machine used in ropewalks to stretch the yarn.
- A claw for anchoring a portable machine.
- (obsolete) To irritate, make surly or sour
- To be ill-tempered; to complain or find fault.
- (British dialect) To cudgel or beat, as with a crabstick
- The tree species native of South America.
- Short for carabiner.
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- All; every; definition.
- Every one; every thing.
- For one; per.
- An individual item: the least quantitative unit in a grouping.
- An organism whose form has been affected by its environment
- A non-inherited somatic modification caused by an organism's environment
- One of the four stomachs of a ruminating animal; rumen; paunch.
- name, transferred from the surname, also associated with a New York department store.
- A narcotics squad police officer.
- To suffer from impaired judgment due to nitrogen narcosis (e.g. while scuba diving).
- An agreement; a compact; a covenant.
- An agreement between two or more nations
- Mildly risqué, exciting.
- Having a strong flavor indicating origin; of distinct characteristic taste; tasting of the soil; hence, fresh; rich.
- Hence: Exciting to the mental taste by a strong or distinctive character of thought or language; peculiar and piquant; fresh and lively.
- of, predecessor of the Canadian Forces Air Command (CF AIRCOM)
- An incrustation over a sore, wound, vesicle, or pustule, formed during healing.
- The scabies.
- The mange, especially when it appears on sheep.
- Any of several different diseases of potatoes producing pits and other damage on their surface, caused by streptomyces bacteria (but formerly believed to be caused by a fungus).
- Common scab, a relatively harmless variety of scab (potato disease) caused by
- Any one of various more or less destructive fungal diseases that attack cultivated plants, forming dark-colored crustlike spots.
- A slight irregular protuberance which defaces the surface of a casting, caused by the breaking away of a part of the mold.
- A mean, dirty, paltry fellow.
- A worker who acts against trade union policies, especially a strikebreaker.
- To become covered by a scab or scabs.
- To form into scabs and be shed, as damaged or diseased skin.
- To remove part of a surface (from).
- To act as a strikebreaker.
- To beg (for), to cadge or bum.
- Any of several fish, of the family Carangidae, from the western Atlantic.
- A large number or quantity.
- A woman of loose morals.
- To destroy the data on a disk, either by corrupting the filesystem or by causing media damage.
- A fraudulent deal.
- Something that is promoted using scams.
- To defraud or embezzle.
- To examine sequentially, part by part.
- To create a digital copy of an image using a scanner.
- To look about for.
- To fit or conform to a specific meter.
- To mount by steps; to go through with step by step.
- An instance of scanning.
- The result or output of a scanning process.
- A permanent mark on the skin sometimes caused by the healing of a wound.
- A permanent effect on someone’s mind, caused by a traumatic experience.
- To mark the skin permanently.
- To form a scar.
- To affect deeply in a traumatic manner.
- A cliff.
- A rock in the sea breaking out from the surface of the water.
- A marine food fish, the scarus or parrotfish.
- A tax; tribute.
- A land-tax paid in the Shetland Islands.
- Animal excrement; dung.
- A brisk shower of rain, driven by the wind.
- Scat singing.
- To sing an improvised melodic solo using nonsense syllables, often onomatopoeic or imitative of musical instruments.
- To leave quickly (often used in the imperative).
- An imperative demand, often understood by speaker and listener as impertinent.
- Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
- A Mexican snack food; a small tortilla with some rice, beans, cheese, diced vegetables (usually tomatoes and lettuce, as served in the United States) and salsa.
- the vulva. also called pink taco
- A yellow stain on shirt armpit caused by sweat or deodorant.
- The sense of touch; feeling.
- The stroke in beating time.
- Sensitive mental touch; special skill or faculty; nice perception or discernment; ready power of appreciating and doing what is required by circumstances.
- The ability to deal with embarrassing situations carefully and without doing or saying anything that will annoy or upset other people; careful consideration in dealing with others to avoid giving offense; the ability to say the right thing.
- A verbal operant which is controlled by a nonverbal stimulus (such as an object, event, or property of an object) and is maintained by nonspecific social reinforcement (praise).
- To use a tact (a kind of verbal operant; see noun sense).
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- A Jersey-born writer of the 12th century.
- A city in Georgia in the United States.
- An unincorporated community in Kentucky.
- A city in Missouri.
- A village in Nebraska.
- A town in North Carolina.
- An unincorporated community in Ohio.
- An unincorporated community in Tennessee.
- A city in Texas.
- to vomit, usually because of intoxication
- to talk incessantly
- Towards the back or rear; backwards.
- In the rear; a distance behind.
- By surprise; startled; dumbfounded.
- Backward against the mast; said of the sails when pressed by the wind from the "wrong" (forward) side, or of a ship when its sails are set that way.
- An abacus.
- Any of several tropical New World trees in:
- The dark wood of these trees.
- Any of a number of Central American and South American freshwater fish in the family Cichlidae
- To soothe, to calm; to assuage, to subdue.
- The capital of Ghana.
- Sour, bitter, and harsh to the taste, as unripe fruit.
- Sharp and harsh in expressing oneself.
- A spicy and salty pickle in Indian cuisine.
- The sound of a sneeze.
- dandruff (or similar condition)
- Like an acid, somewhat acid.
- The full attention of one's sight, hearing or other senses, as directed towards a particular object.
- Marked by acne; suffering from acne.
- In a cocked or turned-up fashion.
- Of a person, feeling cold.
- An ancient Native American pueblo in western New Mexico, United States.
- The fruit of the oak, being an oval nut growing in a woody cup or cupule.
- A cone-shaped piece of wood on the point of the spindle above the vane, on the mast-head.
- See acorn-shell.
- A testicle.
- Owning or possessing many acres of land.
- Sharp and harsh, or bitter and not to the taste; pungent.
- Causing heat and irritation; corrosive.
- Caustic; bitter; bitterly irritating.
- of A star in the constellation Crux the Southern Cross
- The univalent radical derived from acrylic acid :- CH2=CH-CO-
- A person who performs in a theatrical play or film.
- One who acts; a doer.
- One who takes part in a situation.
- An advocate or proctor in civil courts or causes.
- One who institutes a suit; plaintiff or complainant.
- One who enacts a certain policy action.
- The entity that performs a role (in use case analysis).
- A former Roman unit of length, equal to 120 Roman feet (about 35½
- A former Roman unit of area, equivalent to a square with sides of 1 actus (about ⅛ ha)
- Curved inward, hooked.
- A bird of the family Alcidae, including auks, auklets, razorbills, dovekies, guillemots, and puffins.
- A diminutive of the male given name Alexander.
- An indigenous language family of North America, comprising Wiyot, Yurok, and many Algonquian languages.
- In a frantic or frenzied and violent manner; in a confused, jumbled or uncontrolled state.
- Quickly, rapidly, with speed.
- To tear up by the roots; to draw away.
- A white band of cholesterol that forms at the edge of the cornea
- A low, horizontal cloud typically forming at the leading edge of thunderstorm outflow
- An elastic band around the base of the arolium, a pad at the end of the leg of certain insects
- An arc-shaped band of thickened sexine extending between two apertures on a pollen grain or spore
- Relating to division by area; relating to an attribute obtained by division by area.
- A cavity, in the form of a bag or tube, lined with choanocytes, that forms the structure of sponges
- A dish in which ingredients are set into a gelatine, jelly-like substance made from a meat stock or consommé.
- An asp, a small venomous snake of Egypt.
- A piece of ordnance carrying a 12-pound shot.
- Aspish; relating to an asp, a small venomous snake of Egypt.
- Of or pertaining to a royal court; courtly.
- Of, pertaining to, or resembling a palace.
- A ceremony at some European universities to confer a Doctor of Divinity degree.
- Pertaining to the reproductive ducts of certain organisms.
- Of or pertaining to trivalent gold.
- Of, or pertaining to the ear; aural
- Pertaining to an aura.
- A Mexica.
- A Nahua.
- The Nahuatl language.
- A city in New Mexico, USA
- Of or pertaining to the Mexica people.
- Of or pertaining to the Nahuas.
- Of or pertaining to the Nahuatl language.
- Of or pertaining to weight, especially to the weight or pressure of the atmosphere as measured by a barometer.
- Of or pertaining to barium.
- A bank; a sandbank.
- A field or patch of ground lying near a stream; the dale in which a stream flows.
- The process of baking.
- The quantity of bread or other baked goods baked at one time.
- A quantity of anything produced at one operation.
- A group or collection of things of the same kind, such as a batch of letters or the next batch of business.
- A set of data to be processed with one execution of a program.
- A bread roll.
- A graduating class.
- To aggregate things together into a batch.
- To handle a set of input data or requests as a batch process.
- Of a process, operating for a defined set of conditions, and then halting.
- To live as a bachelor temporarily, of a married man or someone virtually married.
- The shore of a body of water, especially when sandy or pebbly.
- A horizontal strip of land, usually sandy, adjoining water.
- The loose pebbles of the seashore, especially worn by waves; shingle.
- To run aground on a beach.
- To run (something) aground on a beach.
- The bobak marmot (Marmota bobak).
- a curved, tapered metal tube which connects the reed of several double reed woodwind instruments (such as the cor anglais, bassoon, and contrabassoon) to the rest of the instrument
- A cylindrical glass vessel, with a large and short neck.
- A leaf or leaf-like structure from the axil out of which a stalk of a flower or an inflorescence arises.
- A storm spirit in Cornish folklore, formerly believed to inhabit mines and coastal communities.
- A cabdriver, someone who drives a taxi.
- A long, thick log held upright at one end and tossed in the Highland games.
- A small dwelling characteristic of the frontier, especially when built from logs with simple tools and not constructed by professional builders, but by those who meant to live in it.
- A chalet or lodge, especially one that can hold large groups of people.
- A compartment on land, usually composed of logs.
- A private room on a ship.
- The interior of a boat, enclosed to create a small room, particularly for sleeping.
- The passenger area of an airplane.
- The section of a passenger plane having the same class of service.
- A signal box.
- A small room; an enclosed place.
- To place in a cabin.
- To live in, or as if in, a cabin; to lodge.
- A member of one of the Caddo tribes.
- A confederacy of several southeastern Native American tribes, who inhabited much of what is now East Texas, western Louisiana and portions of southern Arkansas and Oklahoma in the sixteenth century.
- A Caddoan language of the Southern Plains of the United States, spoken by the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma.
- A town in Oklahoma.
- An ornate capital letter used in calligraphy consisting of interlacing pen strokes.
- A circular frame on which cadgers carry hawks for sale.
- To beg.
- To obtain something by wit or guile; to convince people to do something they might not normally do.
- To carry hawks and other birds of prey.
- To carry, as a burden.
- To hawk or peddle, as fish, poultry, etc.
- To intrude or live on another meanly; to beg.
- cheerful or mirthful, as after good eating or drinking
- A Scottish errand boy, porter, or messenger.
- An old Tunisian dry measure, equal to 496 litres.
- A basketball player.
- A person who drives an automobile, particularly for commuting.
- wary, careful, shrewd.
- Uncommunicative; unwilling or hesitant to give information, reticent.
- A member of a persecuted minority in south-western France.
- An endangered burrowing, nocturnal bird, Pterodroma cahow, from Bermuda; the
- A travelling tinker; a tramp, or sturdy beggar.
- A rounded or conical heap of stones erected by early inhabitants of the British Isles, apparently as a sepulchral monument.
- A pile of stones heaped up as a landmark, to guide travelers on land or at sea, or to arrest attention, as in surveying, or in leaving traces of an exploring party, etc.
- A cairn terrier.
- Empty with nothing left to smoke but ash.
- An Israelite who entered Canaan with Joshua.
- name first used by Puritans.
- To give birth to a calf.
- To assist the giving of birth of a calf.
- To break off or shed a large piece.
- A cup-like structure in the mammalian kidney.
- The outermost whorl of flower parts, comprising the sepals, when it is not the same in appearance as the next such whorl (the corolla).
- The crown of a crinoid.
- Postal abbreviation for Cambridgeshire.
- A light, loose dress or robe.
- Characterized by camp or kitsch, especially when deliberate or intentional.
- intoxicated by alcohol or drugs
- Filled with white flakes; mothery; said of vinegar when containing mother.
- Any member of the family Canidae, including dogs, wolves, foxes, coyotes and jackals.
- lively; cheerful; merry; brisk
- Wearing a cape or capes.
- (in compounds) Wearing a cape of a specified kind.
- A playful leap or jump.
- A jump while dancing.
- A prank or practical joke.
- Playful behaviour.
- A crime, especially an elaborate heist, or a narrative about such a crime.
- To leap or jump about in a sprightly or playful manner.
- To jump as part of a dance.
- To engage in playful behaviour.
- A vessel formerly used by the Dutch; privateer.
- The pungent grayish green flower bud of the European and Oriental caper (Capparis spinosa), which is pickled and eaten.
- A plant of the genus Capparis.
- The capercaillie.
- The head.
- A knob-like protuberance or capitulum.
- The top or superior part of a thing.
- The council or ruling body of the University of Cambridge prior to the constitution of 1856.
- Someone who regularly looks after another person, either as a job or often through family responsibilities.
- A mark: ⟨ ⟩ used by writers and proof readers to indicate that something is to be inserted in the place marked by the caret.
- An indicator, often a blinking line or bar, indicating where the next insertion or other edit will take place. Also called a cursor.
- A ⟨
- A ⟨ ⟩.
- A kind of turtle, the hawksbill.
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