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Ellipsis Noun (pl. ellipses) |i'lip-sis| Omission or suppression of parts of words or sentences =eclipsis A set of three dots (…), or corresponding symbol or mark, used to indicate that words have been omitted Derived Adjective: elliptic Adverb: elliptically
Repercussion Noun |,ree-pur'kú-shun| A remote or indirect consequence of some action • his declaration had unforeseen repercussions =reverberation A movement back from an impact =backlash, rebound, recoil Derived Verb: repercuss Adjective: repercussive
Unrequited Adjective: |,ún-ri'kwI-tid| Not returned in kind • unrequited (unanswered) love =unanswered, unreciprocated ≈nonreciprocal Derived Noun: unrequitedness Adverb: unrequitedly
R-600A, R290 Refrigerant (Hydrocarbons, Isobutane, Propane).Earlier used were HFC, HCFC, CFC's. Used in AC's and Refrigerators.
Virtuous Good
Vicious Inflicting of pain
Nefarious Extremely wicked
in-situ In the original or place position.
Collegium group in which each member has approximately equal power and authority
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