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Someone who works to protect the environment from destruction or pollution. (WordNet)
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"paradigm, epitome, image." From Babylon, a computer program. More exactly, from WordNet 2.0.
WordNet - Cite This Source - Share This objective lens noun the lens or system of lenses in a telescope or microscope that is nearest the object being viewed [syn: objective] WordNet® 3.0, © 2006 by Princeton University. View results from: Dictionary | Thesaurus | En
the branch of dentistry dealing with the prevention or correction of irregularities of the teeth (i.e. http://www.answers.com/topic/orthodontics-wordnet)
"The new law might abridge our freedom of expression" "The manuscript must be abridged" - taken from Wordnet dictionary
Transliteration according to WordNet is the "transcription from one alphabet to another," as in transliterating the Ancient Greek X to ch in Modern English.
From WordNet, "a pile fabric (usually cotton) with uncut loops on both sides; used to make bath towels and bath robes."
According to Princeton's WordNet to be pestered means "Troubled persistently especially with petty annoyances" A few synonyms presented are "annoyed, harassed, harried, vexed."
I couldn't find about ElectORgraph, but if you meant ElectROgraph, then according to WordNet 2.0, an electrograph is either "an apparatus for the electrical transmission of pictures" or "electrical device used for etching by electrolytic means." Hope it helped.
Deoxyribonucleic acid, desoxyribonucleic acid, DNA ((biochemistry) a long linear polymer found in the nucleus of a cell and formed from nucleotides and shaped like a double helix; associated with the transmission of genetic information. (WordNet)
According to WordNet (an English lexical database from Princeton University), ATP is an abbreviation for adenosine triphosphate, a nucleotide derived from adenosine that occurs in muscle tissue; the major source of energy for cellular reactions.
1. A murderer (especially one who kills a prominent political figure) who kills by a surprise attack and often is hired to do the deed.[Wordnet] 2. A cry of approval as from an audience at the end of great performance.[Wordnet].Verb1. Applaud with shouts of `bravo' or `brava'.[Wordnet] 2. Base verb from the following inflections: bravoing, bravoed, bravoes, bravos, bravoer, bravoers, bravoingly and bravoedly.[Eve - graph theoretic]Adjective1. A daring villain; a bandit; one who sets law… Read More
Tendinitis is not life threatening at all. In fact, it's harmless. It is however a nuisance. Tendinitis is the inflammation of a tendon. Inflammation is defined as "a response of body tissues to injury or irritation; characterized by pain and swelling and redness and heat" (source: Pinceton Wordnet).
It starts as one cell, and grows into a mass of cells that do not stop replicating (this is the growth of a tumor). Tumors can either be malignant or benign. A tumor is defined as "an abnormal new mass of tissue that serves no purpose" by the Princeton WordNet.
From www.dict.org From WordNet (r) 2.0 : harried adj : troubled persistently especially with petty annoyances; "harassed working mothers"; "a harried expression"; "her poor pestered father had to endure her constant interruptions"; "the vexed parents of an unruly teenager" [syn: annoyed, harassed, pestered, vexed] From WordNet (r) 2.0 : harry v 1: annoy continually or chronically; "He is known to harry his staff when he is overworked"; "This man harasses his female co-workers" [syn: harass… Read More
According to Princeton Wordnet they define "team spirit" as: "The spirit of a group that makes the members want the group to succeed." This definition hits the core idea that team spirit affects not only the way people feel but also their pride in their team and need to succeed.
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48: collaborative \col*lab"o*rat*ive\, a. accomplished by collaboration; cooperative; as, collaborative effort of industry and the universities. Opposed to competitive. [PJC] ----------------- From WordNet (r) 2.0: collaborative adj : accomplished by collaboration; "collaborative research"
According to wordnet, it is the "skillful and effective interaction of movements". When referring to hand-eye coordination, the definition is "coordinated control of eye movement with hand movement, and the processing of visual input to guide reaching and grasping along with the use of proprioception of the hands to guide the eyes." according to wikipedia.
Your use of the word Diction suggets this answer: diction n 1: the articulation of speech regarded from the point of view of its intelligibility to the audience [syn: enunciation] 2: the manner in which something is expressed in words; "use concise military verbiage"- G.S.Patton [syn: wording, phrasing, phraseology, choice of words, verbiage] Source: WordNet
Random House Webster's College Dictionary 1. (adv.) haply perhaps; by chance. Definition of 'haply' Princeton's WordNet 1. (adverb) haply, by chance, by luck by accident "betrayed by a word haply overheard" Definition of 'haply' Webster Dictionary 1. (adverb) haply by hap, chance, luck, or accident; perhaps; it may be
pus(liquid body substance) Definition: a fluid product of inflammation Class: body noun(body parts) Derivative: mucopurulent Plural: pusses Type of: liquid body substance»body substance»substance»matter Original source: Princeton WordNet Example: gleet Synonyms: festering|ichor|purulence|pyosis|sanies|suppuration
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary 1. (adv.) haply perhaps; by chance. Definition of 'haply' Princeton's WordNet 1. (adverb) haply, by chance, by luck by accident "betrayed by a word haply overheard" Definition of 'haply' Webster Dictionary 1. (adverb) haply by hap, chance, luck, or accident; perhaps; it may be Here you go. I'm reading Shakespeare myself and searched it up
With does, do, why, what, will, is, did, which, where, how, who or whom, must, can, shall, or whatever. "Does it work?" "Do they work?" "Why does it work?" "What will work?" "Will it work?" "Is it going to work?" "Did it work?" "Which one worked?" "Where will it work?" "How did it work?" "Who did it work on?" (Technically correct: Whom did it work on?) "Must you do that?" "Can it work?" "Shall it… Read More
Per Answers.com, to retreat, hang (back) or fall (behind) in movement, progress, development, etc. Synonyms: http://www.answers.com/topic/fall-back-and-forward, http://www.answers.com/topic/lose, http://www.answers.com/topic/drop-off-wordnet, http://www.answers.com/topic/recede, http://www.answers.com/topic/lag, http://www.answers.com/topic/dawdle, http://www.answers.com/topic/fall-back-and-forward
Work for it!
the work a machine does is the work output what it takes to do the work is the work input
Work , Work , Work , Work , Work , Work ! They do what You lazy Americans don't . Mexicans work hard . They do it all !
I will work You will work She/he/it will work
work work work and work
work in = work out
The word "industry" can be used in a general or a specific sense. It refers to the organized production of goods. Sample sentence, general: American industry is making increased use of computers to control production.* Sample sentence, specific: The chemical industry produces millions of tons of toxic waste each week. *The general sentence was copied from Princeton University's WordNet search, which includes definitions and sample sentences. http://wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn?s=industry
A calendar at your work, for your work, that has your work schedule on it, etc.
work ( work u go to ) work ( like something wont work ) it is a homonyms :)
Yes it can work Yes it can work Yes it can work Yes it can work
Work Output is the work done BY a machine. Work Input is the work done ON a machine.
Work work work and work some more.
For a peasant: Wake up, eat some moldy bread, work, work, work, work, work, work, work, work, eat some moldy bread, sleep, repeat.
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the work a machine does is the work output what it takes to do the work is the work input Sources; http://wiki.answers.com/Q/The_work_that_the_simple_machine_does_is_called_the_work#ixzz1XBOCqF6K
students work = The students work hard. (multiple students) student's work = The student's work deserved an A. (one student) students' work = The students' work was the highlight of the presentation. (belonging to multiple students)
WORK HARD, PLAY HARD WORK WORK WORK WORK. because BANDS WILL MAKE HER DANCE
Awful work,uglyest work Hardest work,nicest work,assome work,and more
work at office location, work at home and work online
Home-work is work that you have to do at home.
Yes,Definitely .. A pathologist is in fact a doctor's doctor. Without a pathologist its not possible for a hospital to function. Any blood report, biopsy reports which determine the future treatment for a patient are done with the help of a pathologist. Its the Pathologist who gives or helps to give the Diagnosis for any patient based on the various lab tests performed. According to Wordnet a pathologist is a doctor who specializes in medical… Read More
(:You can work at publix, but you have to have a work permit!:)