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  • 161am|y|lop|sin — «AM uh LOP sihn», noun. the enzyme (an amylase) in the pancreatic juice that changes starch into simpler compounds such as maltose. ╂[< amylum + (pe)psin] …

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  • 162ceph|a|lop|o|dan — «SEHF uh LOP uh duhn», noun, adjective. = cephalopod. (Cf. ↑cephalopod) …

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  • 163ceph|a|lop|o|dous — «SEHF uh LOP uh duhs», adjective. having to do with or having the characteristics of a cephalopod …

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  • 164chi|lop|o|dous — «ky LOP uh duhs», adjective. of or having to do with a chilopod, or centipede …

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  • 165Dun|lop — «DUHN lop», noun, or Dunlop cheese, a white cheese made from unskimmed milk. ╂[< Dunlop, a parish in Scotland where it was made originally] …

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  • 166en|ceph|a|lop|a|thy — «ehn SF uh LOP uh thee», noun, plural thies. any disease of the brain: »Encephalopathy is commonest in children between 15 and 30 months of age (Scientific American) …

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  • 167hem|er|a|lop|ic — «HEHM uhr uh LOP ihk», adjective. of or affected by hemeralopia …

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  • 168in´ter|lop´er — in|ter|lope «IHN tuhr LOHP», intransitive verb, loped, lop|ing. 1. to thrust oneself into the affairs of others. 2. to intrude into some region or field of trade without a proper license. ╂[back formation < interloper, probably < inter +… …

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  • 169lol|lop — «LOL uhp», intransitive verb, loped, lop|ing. Informal. 1. to lounge or sprawl; lounge indolently. 2. to bob up and down; go with clumsy movements. ╂[< loll + op, as in wallop] …

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  • 170meg|a|lop|o|lis — «MEHG uh LOP uh lihs», noun. 1. a city of enormous size, especially when thought of as the center of power, wealth, or culture in a country or the world: »This grim vignette symbolizes the crushing weight of the modern industrial megalopolis… …

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  • 171nyc|ta|lop|ic — «NIHK tuh LOP ihk», adjective. 1. having to do with nyctalopia. 2. like nyctalopia. 3. affected with nyctalopia …

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  • 172or|lop — «AWR lop», noun, or orlop deck, the lowest deck of a ship, especially of a warship, laid over the beams of the hold. ╂[reduction of Scottish ouerlop, overloppe, probably < Middle Low German overlōp < overlopen run over] …

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  • 173pen|lop — «PEHN lop», noun. a powerful territorial lord in Bhutan. ╂[< the native name in Bhutan] …

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  • 174phyl|lop|o|dan — «fuh LOP uh duhn», adjective, noun. = phyllopod. (Cf. ↑phyllopod) …

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  • 175ra|dic|u|lop|a|thy — «ra DIHK yuh LOP uh thee», noun. a diseased condition of the roots of spinal nerves. ╂[< Latin rādīcula radicle + English pathy] …

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  • 176scal|lop|pi|ni — scal|lop|pi|ne or scal|lop|pi|ni «SKAL uh PEE nee», noun (plural). thin slices of veal pounded flat and cooked in Marsala wine, sometimes with mushrooms, cheese, or tomato paste. ╂[alteration of Italian scaloppine, plural of scaloppina small thin …

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  • 177scal|lop|pi|ne — or scal|lop|pi|ni «SKAL uh PEE nee», noun (plural). thin slices of veal pounded flat and cooked in Marsala wine, sometimes with mushrooms, cheese, or tomato paste. ╂[alteration of Italian scaloppine, plural of scaloppina small thin slice] …

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  • 178scol´lop|er — scol|lop «SKOL uhp», noun, transitive verb. = scallop. (Cf. ↑scallop) –scol´lop|er, noun …

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  • 179scol|lop — «SKOL uhp», noun, transitive verb. = scallop. (Cf. ↑scallop) –scol´lop|er, noun …

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  • 180Amphoe Mueang Lop Buri — Admin ASC 2 Code Orig. name Amphoe Mueang Lop Buri Country and Admin Code TH.34.1608652 TH …

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