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  • 161Old Oak Common railway station — Crossrail Interchange Proposed location …

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  • 162supplement — I verb add, add to, amend, amplify, augment, bolster, broaden, buttress, complement, contribute to, enhance, enlarge, enrich, expand, fortify, improve, increase, lengthen, magnify, reinforce, strengthen, subsidize, superadd, widen II index accrue …

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  • 163aggrandize — index accrue (increase), accumulate (enlarge), bear (yield), build (augment), compound …

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  • 164augment — index accrue (increase), accumulate (enlarge), aggravate (exacerbate), aid, amplify, append …

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  • 165broaden — index accrue (increase), accumulate (enlarge), deploy, develop, enlarge, expand, extend ( …

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  • 166build up — index accrue (increase), accumulate (enlarge), aggregate, compound, consolidate (strengthen) …

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  • 167grow — I (enlarge) verb accrue, accumulate, advance, amplify, appreciate, augment, burgeon, dilate, earn interest, expand, gain, increase, inflate, intensify, magnify, mellow, multiply, progress, propagate, pullulate, spread, stem, strengthen, swell,… …

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  • 168inflate — I verb aggrandize, amplify, balloon, bloat, blow up, broaden, cause to bulge, dilate, distend, enlarge, escalate, exaggerate, expand, extend, fatten, fill out, fill with air, grow, increase, increase dimensions, inflare, magnify, make greater,… …

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  • 169magnify — I verb add to, aggrandize, amplificare, amplify, augere, augment, balloon, boost, broaden, build up, cause growth, deepen, emphasize, enhance, enlarge, exaggerare, exaggerate, exalt, expand, extend, glorify, heighten, idealize, increase, increase …

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  • 170swell — index accrue (increase), accumulate (enlarge), boom (increase), build (augment), develop …

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  • 171photograph — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} (also photo) noun ADJECTIVE ▪ old, recent ▪ early, vintage ▪ black and white, colour/color, sepia …

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  • 172augment — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. See increase.Ant., decrease. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. increase, enlarge, expand, add to; see grow 1 , increase 1 . See Synonym Study at increase . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) v. enlarge, add,… …

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  • 173expatiate — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. i. enlarge, descant, dilate, expand; rant. See diffuseness. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. elaborate, enlarge, dilate, expound; see develop 4 , ramble 2 . III (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To express at… …

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  • 174rise — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. i. arise, ascend, soar; slope upward; loom, appear; increase, augment; originate, spring from; get up; prosper; revolt, rebel. n. ascent; acclivity, slope; origin, source; appreciation, increase;… …

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  • 175expand — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. extend, augment, enlarge, increase, dilate, swell, distend, inflate, grow, develop, elaborate, enlarge upon, spread out, stretch out, open, unfold, unfurl; see also develop 1 , 4 , grow 1 , increase 1 . Syn. expand implies… …

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  • 176συνοικιῶν — συνοικία living with her fem gen pl συνοικίζω make to live with fut part act masc nom sg (attic epic doric) συνοικίζω make to live with fut part act masc nom sg (attic epic doric) συνοικιάζω enlarge a house fut part act masc voc sg συνοικιάζω… …

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  • 177expand — [ek spand′, ikspand′] vt. [ME expanden < L expandere < ex , out + pandere, to spread, extend; akin to patere: see FATHOM] 1. to spread out; open out; stretch out; unfold [the eagle expanded its wings] 2. to make greater in size, bulk, scope …

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  • 178exposit — verb 1. state set forth one s reasons • Syn: ↑set forth, ↑expound • Derivationally related forms: ↑exposition • Hypernyms: ↑elaborate, ↑ …

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  • 179JAPHETH — (Heb. יֶפֶת), son of Noah, brother of shem and ham . In all the lists of Noah s sons, Japheth invariably appears in the third place (Gen. 5:32; 6:10; 7:13; 9:18; 10:1; I Chron. 1:4). However, on one occasion Ham is called the youngest son of Noah …

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  • 180ZIONISM — This article is arranged according to the following outline: the word and its meaning forerunners ḤIBBAT ZION ROOTS OF ḤIBBAT ZION background to the emergence of the movement the beginnings of the movement PINSKER S AUTOEMANCIPATION settlement… …

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