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  • 121asthma — noun Etymology: Middle English asma, from Medieval Latin, modification of Greek asthma Date: 14th century a chronic lung disorder that is marked by recurring episodes of airway obstruction (as from bronchospasm) manifested by labored breathing… …

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  • 122contrived — adjective Date: 15th century artificial, labored < a contrived plot > …

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  • 123dyspnea — noun Etymology: Latin dyspnoea, from Greek dyspnoia, from dyspnoos short of breath, from dys + pnein to breathe more at sneeze Date: circa 1681 difficult or labored respiration • dyspneic adjective …

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  • 124into the ground — phrasal beyond what is necessary or tolerable ; to exhaustion < labored an issue into the ground Newsweek > …

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  • 125laborious — adjective Date: 14th century 1. devoted to labor ; industrious 2. involving or characterized by hard or toilsome effort ; labored • laboriously adverb • laboriousness noun …

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  • 126offspring — noun (plural offspring; also offsprings) Etymology: Middle English ofspring, from Old English, from of off + springan to spring Date: before 12th century 1. a. the product of the reproductive processes of an animal or plant ; young, progeny b.&#8230; …

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  • 127respiratory distress syndrome — noun Date: 1964 a respiratory disorder chiefly of newborn premature infants that is characterized by deficiency of the surfactant coating the inner surface of the lungs resulting in labored breathing, lung collapse, and hypoxemia …

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  • 128huff — I. verb Etymology: imitative Date: 1583 intransitive verb 1. a. to emit puffs (as of breath or steam) b. to proceed with labored breathing < huffed up to the peak > 2. a. to make empty threats …

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  • 129pant — I. verb Etymology: Middle English, modification of Anglo French panteiser, from Vulgar Latin *phantasiare to have hallucinations, from Greek phantasioun, from phantasia appearance, imagination more at fancy Date: 14th century intransitive verb 1 …

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  • 130Agriculture — General …

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  • 138Computer animation — Further information: Animation&#160;and&#160;Computer generated imagery An example of computer animation which is produced in the motion capture technique Computer animation is the process used for generating animated images by using computer&#8230; …

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  • 139Caste — Castes are hereditary systems of , endogamy, social culture, social class, and political power. In a caste society, the assignment of individuals to places in the social hierarchy is determined by social group and cultural heritage. Although&#8230; …

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  • 140Dominican Order — For the Caribbean nation, see Dominican people. Order of Preachers Ordo Praedicatorum Abbreviation OP, Dominicans, Blackfriars Motto …

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