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abstract from any specific instance.
bone meal crushed or ground bone used especially as fertilizer or feed.
capital the uppermost member of a column or pilaster crowning.
dachshund Any of long-bodied, short-legged dogs of German origin that occur in short -haired,long-haired,and wire haired varieties.
dangerous exposing to or involving danger.
Death a permanent cessation of all vital functions.
delphinium any of a large genus.
dextrous mentally adroit and skillful.
evil-minded having an evil disposition or evil thoughts.
gnu a wild beast!
karat a unit of fineness for gold equal to 1/24 part of pure gold in an alloy.
kerosene a flammable hydrocarbon oil usuallly obtained by distillation of petroleum and used as a fuel soluent and thinner.
lacerate to tear or rend roughly!
liturgical of relating to, or having the characteristics.
magisterial of, relating to, or having the charateristics of a master or teacher.
nervure vein french from nerf sinew.
nutmeg an aromatic speed produced by an evergreen tree.
pyramid A triange in a 3D shape figer.
refraction deflection from a straight path underground by a light ray or energy.
star a ntural luminous body visable in the sky especially at night.
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