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Note: Could be confused with the word aborigen.
One of the native people especially as contrasted with an invading or colonizing people. (Australia!!!)
Descent in mountaineering by means of a rope looped over a projection above. (Dibba, remember?)
the medieval chemical science and speculative theory of turning metals such as tin into gold.
Note: could be confused with elementary. Of, concerned with, or relating to nourishment or to the function nutrition.
the repitition usually initially of a sound that is usually a consonant in two or more neighboring words or syllables (as in "daring deed")
a policy of segregation and political and economic discrimination against certain population groups
the point of the heavens toward which a celestial body is moving at a given time
/ The top of a triangle
a posture in ballet dancing in which the body is bent forward from the hip on one leg with one arm extended forward and the other arm and leg backward in a line parallel to the floor
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