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- A demonstration recording, often intended to show off the talent of an announcer to a prospective employer.
- A vehicle capable of atmospheric flight due to interaction with the air, such as buoyancy or lift.
- A location where aircraft are operated, usually having a runway and maintenance facilities.
- An open field designated for the taking off and landing of aircraft, but which, unlike an airport, does not necessarily have terminals or paved runways.
- The main body and structure of an aircraft (without the powerplant).
- The quality of being light or airy in quality or manner.
- A passenger-carrying aircraft, especially one of a fleet operated by an airline.
- The items of mail conveyed using aircraft.
- A powered heavier-than-air aircraft with fixed wings.
- The view of the sky, or an artistic work that visually represents it.
- The propeller of an aircraft; the prop.
- Any actuator disk whose working fluid is air.
- The speed of an aircraft relative to the air through which it is flying.
- An aircraft landing field, usually with one runway and only basic facilities.
- Toward the air; upward.
- Radio-frequency electromagnetic waves, usually used in the context of wireless communication; radio waves.
- Radio or television broadcasts.
- A woman who flies in an aircraft; a female aviator.
- The loss of the ability to control motor muscles.
- Of or pertaining to akinesia.
- Absence of a kinetic hinge in the skull.
- akinesia; loss of muscle control
- Without motion.
- Of or pertaining to akinesia: akinesic.
- Of or pertaining to the Akkadian language of ancient Mesopotamia.
- Of or pertaining to the Akkadian Empire.
- The now extinct Semitic language of ancient Mesopotamia, formerly used as an international language of diplomacy.
- A Semitic inhabitant of the region of Mesopotamia near the city of Akkad.
- The title of the governor or chief magistrate of the Jews in Alexandria under the Ptolemies and Roman emperors.
- To rouse into action; to inspirit; to inspire.
- Eagerness; liveliness; enthusiasm.
- Promptness; speed.
- A fish, the albacore.
- a village in North Carolina, USA.
- causing apprehension, fear or alarm; frightening
- The raising of needless alarms.
- One who causes others to become alarmed without cause.
- name, a variant of Alasdair, Scottish form of Alexander.
- A milder variant of smallpox
- Of or pertaining to skylarks.
- A province in south-central Spain, in the autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha
- The capital city of the province of Albacete
- A large marine fish of warm seas, having edible flesh.
- A form of lime, made by heating marble, used for stucco
- A town in Montana
- A township in Ontario
- A town in Prince Edward Island, Canada
- A town in Gauteng Province, South Africa
- A town in Victoria, Australia
- Growing or becoming white.
- Congenital lack of melanin pigmentation in the skin, eyes, and hair or feathers (or more rarely only in the eyes); the condition of being albino.
- Any of a number of trees and shrubs considered either now or formerly to belong to the genus Albizia
- A kind of cement, or artificial stone, consisting chiefly of magnesia and silica.
- Any of a class of polypeptides formed by digestion of protein; proteose
- sapwood; the soft, newer wood in the trunk of a tree found between the bark and the hardened heartwood.
- In Spain, a tax levied on transactions involving property movable or immovable.
- Of or relating to the Alcyonaria.
- An azine derived from an aldehyde; general formula RCH=NN=CHR
- A member of any one of the sixty-six species of the family of megalopteran insects, each specimen of which has a body length not exceeding one inch and possesses long filamentous antennae and four large dark wings.
- An artificial fly with brown mottled wings, body of peacock harl, and black legs.
- A town in Oklahoma.
- A town in West Virginia.
- An imine derived from an aldehyde; general formula RCH=NR
- An enzyme, present in some tissue, that catalyses the conversion of phosphates of fructose to those of glyceraldehyde and dihydroxyacetone
- Any glucoside of an aldose
- Any oxime derived from an aldehyde; general formula RCH=NOH
- a large village in Walsall borough, West Midlands, England.
- Depending on the throw of a die; random, arising by chance
- A bench outside an alehouse where drinkers can sit.
- A beverage made by boiling ale with spice and sugar and sops of bread.
- A traditional region in southern Portugal.
- relating to Aleppo
- someone from Aleppo
- The protein content of the embryo, endosperm, or perisperm of cereals, in the form of minute particles.
- short for the outer layer (and its major cell type and its specialized protein) of the endosperm
- Of, from, or pertaining to the Aleutian Islands (a group of islands in the northern Pacific Ocean, west of Alaska), or to its inhabitants, their culture, or their language.
- A native or inhabitant of the Aleutian Islands.
- The carob, a leguminous tree of the Mediterranean region.
- The edible beans or pods of the carob; St. John's bread.
- The honey mesquite ( a small tree found from California to Buenos Aires.
- The sweet, pulpy pods of the honey mesquite.
- A substance that kills, or inhibits the growth of, algae.
- The state of being algid.
- Any salt or ester of alginic acid.
- The branch of botany dealing with algae.
- The medical treatment of pain as practiced in Greece and Turkey.
- Computing in, or using, Arabic numerals.
- An early photographic technique, similar to zincography or lithography, using paper impregnated with an aluminium salt.
- An officer of the law in Spain or Latin America.
- A palace in Granada, Spain; historically a royal palace.
- A solitaire card game played with two decks.
- Distortion caused by a low sampling rate, such as a moiré effect or jaggies.
- The status of being an alien; being from elsewhere
- Estranged; withdrawn in affection; foreign; with from.
- A stranger; an alien.
- To convey or transfer to another, as title, property, or right; to part voluntarily with ownership of.
- To estrange; to withdraw affections or attention from; to make indifferent or averse, where love or friendship before subsisted; to wean.
- The fact or position of being an alien; alienage.
- The study or treatment of mental disorders; psychiatry.
- An expert in mental illness, especially with reference to legal ramifications.
- A psychiatrist or psychologist.
- To render (something) alien.
- Pertaining to expansions of the nasal bone or cartilage.
- An integer that does not divide another into integral parts.
- A sample that has been divided into a set of equal parts, to leave a remainder
- Not dividing another specified integer into integral parts.
- name, a variant of Alasdair, Scottish form of Alexander.
- The national airline of Italy.
- The segment of an insect's body to which the wings are attached; the thorax or mesosoma.
- A substance, 1,2-dihydroxyanthraquinone, extracted from madder root and having a distinctive red colour.
- A type of red or crimson dye
- A universal solvent sought by the alchemists.
- To make (more) alkaline (less acidic)
- To become changed into an alkali.
- An alkaline battery.
- Of, or relating to an alkali, one of a class of caustic bases.
- Having a pH greater than 7.
- To cause to become more basic and less acidic.
- A natural dye and naphthoquinone derivative obtained from the borage plant Alkanna tinctoria, used as a food colouring and in cosmetics.
- The desiccated bodies of certain insects (female Kermes ilicis and Kermes vermilio), which live on the kermes oak, formerly much used as a material for dye and a medicinal ingredient; also a given mixture, preparation etc. containing such insects.
- A red Italian alcoholic liqueur.
- Any organic compound derived from an alcohol by replacement of a hydrogen atom with a metal or other cationic species.
- To add one or more alkyl groups to a compound, especially by reacting with an alkylating agent
- An alkene.
- An alkanediyl functional group, especially one having the free valencies of adjacent carbon atoms.
- Any of a group of silicate minerals that are a source of rare earth metals.
- of, or relating to the grammatical case that in some languages indicates motion towards a place
- the allative case, or a word in that case.
- A kind of light armour used in the sixteenth century, especially by the Swiss.
- a town and village in Cattaraugus County, New York, USA.
- an unincorporated community in Coos County, Oregon, USA.
- The representation of abstract principles by characters or figures.
- A picture, book, or other form of communication using such representation.
- A symbolic representation which can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, usually a moral or political one.
- A category that retains some of the structure of the category of binary relations between sets, representing a high-level generalisation of that category.
- Something that provokes an allergic reaction; an allergen.
- An eagle displayed, without beak or feet.
- A suburb of Liverpool, England.
- A suburb of Bradford, England.
- A village in Illinois, United States.
- A small city in Iowa, United States.
- Able to be allied
- To tie; to unite by some tie.
- The striking of a vessel against a fixed object; the act of alliding or an instance thereof.
- The act of dashing against or striking upon.
- name, anglicized from Alasdair, the Scottish Gaelic form of Alexander.
- To set aside for a purpose
- To distribute according to a plan, generally followed by the adposition "to"
- To set aside (as above), but specifically used to refer to the practice of making memory available within a computer program.
- To make an allocution.
- inalienable; owned freely and clear of any encumbrances such as liens or mortgages.
- Anything held allodially.
- freehold land or property
- The fertilization of an ovum from one individual with the spermatozoa of another; cross-fertilization
- A practitioner of allopathy
- Any of several huge carnivorous dinosaurs, of the superfamily Allosauroidea, from the late Jurassic and early Cretaceous periods
- A sex chromosome that differs from an ordinary autosome in form, size, or behaviour.
- The person to whom an allotment is allotted.
- A specimen that exemplifies the opposite sex of the holotype.
- A genetically determined variant of the amino acid sequence of a protein.
- An immunoglobulin allotype is the allele of the antibody chains found in the individual.
- The act or art of alloying metals.
- The combination or alloy thus produced.
- A spice; the dried and ground unripe fruit of thought to combine the flavours of several spices, such as cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.
- an evergreen tree of tropical America with aromatic berries.
- The action of the verb allure.
- Having the power to allure.
- That contains or makes use of allusions (indirect references or hints).
- allusive; making allusion
- Pertaining to the soil deposited by a stream.
- A deposition of sediment over a long period of time by a river; an alluvial layer.
- Alluvial soil; specifically, in Australia, gold-bearing alluvial soil.
- The increase in the area of land due to the deposition of sediment (alluvium) by a river.
- soil, clay, silt or gravel deposited by flowing water, as it slows, in a river bed, delta, estuary or flood plain
- Any salt or ester of an allylic carboxylic acid (one containing an allyl radical)
- To cause, or to undergo allylation
- A comprehensive treatise on astronomy, alchemy, geography and/or mathematics (originally compiled by Ptolemy circa 150
- The giving of alms; an act of charity, a good work.
- A compound purgative medicine of which aloes is a chief ingredient.
- Resembling or characteristic of aloe.
- Not based upon logic or reasoned argument.
- Opposed to logic.
- Relating to or suffering from alopecia.
- A South American howler monkey.
- name, notably of a 16th-century Italian saint.
- a binary star in the constellation Corona Borealis, about 75 light years away
- name, variant of Alfonso.
- In an alpine way, loftily.
- Mountain climbing, especially in the Alps.
- Of or pertaining to alpinism.
- A mountain climber, especially in the European Alps or in ranges of similar ruggedness and elevation.
- A downhill skier who practises the sport on high mountains.
- A lead ore found in Cornwall, England, and used to give a green glaze to pottery.
- A city in Illinois.
- A city in Kansas.
- A village in Missouri.
- A village in New York.
- A in Oregon.
- A in Pennsylvania.
- A town in South Dakota.
- A town in Tennessee
- A town in Utah.
- The offerings made upon the altar or to a church.
- The profit which accrues to the priest, by reason of the altar, from the small tithes.
- A chaplain.
- The vicar of a church.
- Otherness; the entity in contrast to which an identity is constructed.
- Though, even though, in spite of the fact that: definition
- But, except.
- The absolute height of a location, usually measured from sea level.
- A vertical distance.
- The distance measured perpendicularly from a figure's vertex to the opposite side of the vertex.
- The angular distance of a heavenly body above our Earth's horizon.
- Height of rank or excellence; superiority.
- Elevation of spirits; heroics; haughty airs.
- Highest point or degree.
- nursers; those birds whose young are hatched in a very immature and helpless condition, so as to require the care of their parents for some time.
- Of, relating to or containing aluminium.
- A metallic chemical element (symbol Al) with an atomic number of 13.
- A single atom of this element.
- Aircraft or other machinery made partially or wholly of aluminum.
- Any of several perennial herbs, of the genus User:DCDuring/testtaxlink, native to North America.
- An aluminium sulfate mineral often found on the walls of mines and quarries.
- Formed or vaulted like a beehive.
- A small cavity or pit.
- an anatomical structure that has the form of a hollow cavity
- a small air sac in the lungs, where oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged with the blood.
- An official responsible for maintaining order at the ancient Olympic Games.
- without long processes
- any cell that does not have a long process
- The strawberry finch, a small Indian songbird ( commonly caged and kept for fighting.
- The most frequently mentioned foster mother of Zeus, sometimes represented as the goat who suckled the infant-god in a mountain cave, sometimes as a goat-tending nymph.
- The third most distant moon of Jupiter.
- A bicyclic oligopeptide, found in Amanita phalloides, that is a deadly amatoxin
- Any of various herbs, of the genus Amaranthus.
- Their flowers' characteristic purplish red color; a red to purple azo dye used as a food colouring and in cosmetics.
- The seed of these plants, used as a cereal.
- In a amazed manner.
- Full of amazement; astonished.
- A person who is neither clearly extroverted nor introverted, but has characteristics of each.
- Causing or relating to amblosis; abortifacient.
- An obtuse-angled figure, especially a triangle.
- A person afflicted with amblyopia.
- A salt of ambreic acid.
- The musk mallow plant (Abelmoschus moschatus).
- The essential oil produced from the seeds of the musk mallow.
- A variety of pear.
- Able to walk.
- Designed for use by somebody with a disability that impairs, but does not prevent, walking.
- To walk; to relocate oneself under the power of one's own legs.
- Having been the target of an ambush.
- Having been subjected to a shock for which one is unprepared.
- Not undergoing meiosis
- A variety of wheat from which starch is produced (Triticum spelta).
- Willing to respond to persuasion or suggestions.
- Willing to comply with; agreeable.
- Being a locally compact topological group carrying a kind of averaging operation on bounded functions that is invariant under translation by group elements.
- In an amenable manner.
- a city in Georgia, USA
- a CDP in Indiana, USA.
- a small city in Kansas, USA.
- an unincorporated community in Missouri, USA.
- a market town in Buckinghamshire, England.
- a town in southern Wiltshire, England.
- Showing friendliness or goodwill.
- friendly; in an amicable manner.
- characterized by an absence of antagonism, especially in commonly difficult situations
- Converted into, or reacted with an amide
- In the very middle; central.
- In the very middle; centrally.
- A compound radical, NH2, not yet obtained in a separate state, which may be regarded as ammonia from the molecule of which one of the hydrogen atoms has been removed; called also the amido group.
- In the middle of a ship (as opposed to bow or stern).
- Missing, lacking.
- Direct division of a cell by cleavage of the nucleus without the formation of chromosomes
- Of or pertaining to amitosis
- The heterocyclic amine 3-amino-1,2,4-triazole that is used as a nonselective systemic triazole herbicide on nonfood croplands
- 6-amino-2,4-dihydroxy-1,3,5-triazine, the hydrolysis product of ammeline.
- 4,6-diamino-2-hydroxy-1,3,5-triazine, the hydrolysis product of melamine.
- One of a genus Ammodytes of fishes; the sand eel.
- A species of viper, of southern Europe.
- Of or relating to ammonia, or possessing its properties.
- To treat with ammonia; to ammoniate.
- Characteristic of an ammonite
- Person who suffers from loss of memory (amnesia).
- That causes amnesia.
- Pertaining to the amnion.
- Describing a form of featuring alternating
- In an amoral manner; without morals.
- (in art) a cupid or putto
- a love poem
- a sweetheart
- Of or pertaining to the Amorites or their language.
- Having no defined shape, lacking form; amorphous.
- Causing a complete loss of gene function.
- To alienate (property) in mortmain.
- To wipe out (a debt, liability etc.) gradually or in installments.
- To even out the costs of running an algorithm over many iterations, so that high-cost iterations are much less frequent than low-cost iterations, which lowers the average running time per iteration.
- An earth abounding in pyrites, used by the ancients to kill insects, etc., on vines.
- A carbonaceous alum schist.
- The electric current; charge transmitted per unit time.
- An element that in combination produces amphid salt; applied by to oxygen, sulphur, selenium, and tellurium.
- A member of taxonomic order Amphipoda of small, shrimp-like crustaceans.
- Of, pertaining to, or in the shape of an amphora
- Produced by or indicating a hollow cavity in the lungs, giving a sound like that produced by blowing into an empty decanter.
- A form of pseudocopulation, found chiefly in amphibians and horseshoe crabs, in which a male grasps a female with his front legs as part of the mating process.
- Having the outer edge prominent; said of the wings of insects.
- To enlarge.
- Resembling an ampulla.
- To surgically remove a part of the body, especially a limb
- A large city in India, formerly known as Ramdaspur and sometimes called Ambarsar.
- The district (the second most populous in Punjab) which contains this city.
- Of or pertaining to an amulet; operating as a charm.
- Capable of being amused.
- In an amused manner
- A light field cannon, or stocked gun mounted on a swivel.
- Lacking the spinal cord.
- An almond-shaped inclusion in igneous rock or lava
- A rounded mass of secondary mineral found in volcanic rock
- The water-soluble part of granulose.
- A condition in which starch is found in the urine.
- A military march up-country, especially that of Cyrus the Younger into Asia.
- The first period, or increase, of a disease; augmentation.
- rising (up a slope)
- Of or pertaining to anabasis
- An Ancient Greek name, particularly borne by a Greek lyric poet (570 – 488 notable for his drinking songs and hymns.
- a city in Oklahoma, USA
- Insufficiency or lack of glands, especially those of the gastrointestinal system.
- An anaerobic organism; one that does not require oxygen to sustain its metabolic processes.
- A decorative ornament worked in low relief or bas relief, such as a piece of cameo jewelry.
- A matched pair of images designed to produce a three-dimensional effect when viewed using spectacles that have usually one red and one bluish-green lens, corresponding to the colors of the pairs of images.
- Of, pertaining to, or employing an anagoge
- An inventory; a record.
- A physician's prescription or recipe.
- A mineral, a sodium aluminosilicate with a chemical formula NaAlSi2O6·H2O, having a zeolite structure, found in alkaline basalts.
- An antipyretic and analgesic, derived from quinoline and mainly used to treat rheumatism and neuralgia.
- Of or pertaining to analogy.
- Of, or relating to any form of analysis, or to analytics
- Of, or relating to division into elements or principles
- having the ability to analyse
- that follows necessarily; tautologous
- Of, or relating to algebra or a similar method of analysis
- Being defined in terms of objects of differential calculus such as derivatives
- Of a language, having a grammar principally dependent on the arrangement of uninflected words within sentences to indicate meaning. Compare synthetic.
- Having been subject to analysis; examined closely, carefully considered.
- an instrument for the analysis of something
- a person who analyzes
- A city/town in North Dakota.
- A triclinic-pinacoidal mineral containing calcium, hydrogen, iron, oxygen, and phosphorus.
- The repetition of a phrase at the beginning of phrases, sentences, or verses, used for emphasis.
- An expression that can refer to virtually any referent, the specific referent being defined by context.
- An expression that refers to a preceding expression.
- The most solemn part of the Divine Liturgy or the Mass during which the offerings of bread and wine are consecrated as body and blood of Christ
- Relating to respiration.
- lawless; anarchic
- Relating to, supporting, or likely to cause anarchy.
- Chaotic, without law or order.
- Severe generalised oedema.
- One of a series of substances formed, in secreting cells, by constructive or anabolic processes, in the production of protoplasm.
- A ban or curse pronounced with religious solemnity by ecclesiastical authority, often accompanied by excommunication; something denounced as accursed.
- By extension, something which is vehemently disliked by somebody.
- An imprecation; a curse; a malediction.
- Any person or thing anathematized, or cursed by ecclesiastical authority.
- A bacterial toxin (usually an exotoxin) whose toxicity has been weakened or suppressed.
- A powerful neurotoxin, one of many toxins produced by several species of cyanobacterium.
- One from whom a person is descended, whether on the father's or mother's side, at any distance of time; a progenitor; a forefather.
- An earlier type; a progenitor
- One from whom an estate has descended;—the correlative of heir.
- One who had the same role or function in former times.
- Condition as to ancestors; ancestral lineage; hence, birth or honorable descent.
- A series of ancestors or progenitors; lineage, or those who compose the line of natural descent.
- A mythical Trojan elder in the Iliad and the Aeneid, father of Aeneas.
- Having the extremities turned back, like the flukes of an anchor.
- A resinoid colouring matter obtained from alkanet root.
- The people of classical antiquity, especially such writers and philosophers.
- age; antiquity
- Of or pertaining to the elbow.
- A muscle of the elbow and forearm.
- anconal; resembling the elbow
- Any of a number of places in the English-speaking world named after persons with the surname:
- a city in Indiana, USA
- a city in South Carolina, USA
- Sodium calcium aluminum silicate, (<math>Na_xCa_xAlSi_3O_8</math>), a plagioclase feldspar, the third member of the albite-anorthite solid solution series. Found in fine-grained andesite lavas; crystals are rarely seen.
- Any of the South and Central American trees of the genus especially
- The high-end wood of the andiroba tree.
- A white mineral containing antimony, lead, silver, and sulfur.
- Any member of the Andrenidae family of bees.
- A short account of a real incident or person, often humorous or interesting.
- An account which supports an argument, but which is not supported by scientific or statistical analysis.
- A previously untold secret account of an incident.
- lacking echos; that absorbs sound
- Growing in exposed windy places
- An acrid toxic substance obtained from some species of anemone.
- a shake in timber caused by high winds
- In some female animals, a spell of sexual respite in between breeding periods.
- A particular aromatic compound found in anise.
- An abnormal blood-filled swelling of an artery or vein, resulting from a localized weakness in the wall of the vessel.
- A salt or ester of angelic acid.
- The world of angels.
- The state of being an angel.
- To raise to the state of an angel; to render angelic.
- a condition where blood or lymph vessels are inflamed.
- Relating to angina; anginous.
- Of or pertaining to angina, especially to angina pectoris
- a narrow road passing between two houses or a row of houses, or an alley leading to a single house.
- An island and traditional county at the northwestern extremity of north Wales. It is separated from Caernarfonshire on the mainland by a narrow stretch of water called the Menai Strait.
- A city in Texas, USA
- Having serpents (or similar) in place of legs
- A mythological creature that had serpents in place of legs
- Shaped with corners or angles.
- To make, or to become, angular.
- angular; having corners
- Lacking sharp, recognisable crystal faces.
- the downward slope of an aircraft’s wing
- Short of breath; panting.
- One of the twin sons of Heracles and Hebe, his twin brother is Alexiares. Along with their father, Anicetus and Alexiares are the guardians and gatekeepers of the gates of Mount Olympus.
- Of or pertaining to representations without human or animal form.