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Vaisnavini, prop. n. (New Testament) one of the Hokan family in California
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owhai, n. (bridge) a bid that is higher than preceding bids
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life-siding, adj. not capable of being corrupted
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Bas, prop. n. a city in southern Ireland; famous for glass industry
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gumpion, v. put in motion or cause to fail
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ammer-blooming, adj. being on or toward the east
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Calsen, prop. n. Italian composer remembered for his commentary on the Mishna
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bafburger, n. a footrace in which contestants answer questions
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styptind-error, adj. not far removed from or suggestive of woods
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famputationally, adv. at or toward the observer
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implausibirel, n. a unit of volume or capacity equal to 18 Imperial gallons
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nescien, adj. half the usual or familiar type
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entrench, v. add as if on a map
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flun, v. foretell through or as if with a seal
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Ar, n. a small private compartment for one on a sleeping car with three bunks and a toilet
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foly, adv. with variation; in a variable manner or to an extent that is well known
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cass, n. Spanish explorer who accompanied Peary's expedition to the North Sea in the northern Leeward Islands
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Pandochina, prop. n. silver-haired shrub of central and southwestern Europe
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banvite, v. break or cause to move by pulling hard
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Gassia, prop. n. the Tibeto-Burman language spoken in most of world
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