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  • 81 Baron Waqa — Baron Divavesi Waqa[1] est un homme politique nauruan. Il est actuellement ministre de l Éducation, de la Santé et des Sports dans le gouvernement du Président Sprent Dabwido. Il est député de la circonscription de Boe[2]. Puisqu il n y a pas de… …

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  • 82 L-KO Kompany — Logo de L KO Kompany Création 1914 Disparition 1919 Fo …

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  • 84 disappointment — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Failure to fulfill expectations Nouns 1. disappointment, sad or bitter disappointment, chagrin, frustration, letdown, comedown; blighted hope, balk, blow, bitter pill, cold comfort; slip twixt cup and… …

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  • 85 cursed — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Damned] Syn. blighted, doomed, under a curse; see damned 1 , doomed . 2. [Detestable] Syn. hateful, odious, disgusting; see damned 2 , offensive 2 . • be cursed with, Syn. suffer from, be afflicted with, bear; see endure …

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  • 86 Disappointment — (Roget s Thesaurus) >Failure of expectation. < N PARAG:Disappointment >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 disappointment disappointment Sgm: N 1 blighted hope blighted hope balk Sgm: N 1 blow blow Sgm: N 1 slip twixt cup and lip slip twixt cup and lip… …

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  • 87 blight — blight1 [blaıt] n 1.) [singular,U] an unhealthy condition of plants in which parts of them dry up and die 2.) [singular] something that makes people unhappy or that spoils their lives or the environment they live in blight on ▪ Her guilty secret… …

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  • 88 blight — {{11}}blight (n.) 1610s, origin obscure; according to OED it emerged into literary speech from the talk of gardeners and farmers, perhaps ultimately from O.E. blæce, blæcðu, a scrofulous skin condition and/or from O.N. blikna become pale. Used in …

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  • 89 blight — 1. noun 1) potato blight Syn: disease, canker, infestation, fungus, mildew, mold 2) the blight of aircraft noise Syn: affliction, scourge, bane, curse, plague, menace …

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  • 90 blast — n blight, nip (see under BLAST vb) Analogous words: destruction (see corresponding verb at DESTROY): extermination, extirpation, wiping out (see corresponding verbs at EXTERMINATE): ruin, wreck (see RUIN vb) blast vb Blast, blight, nip mean as… …

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  • 91 blight — [blīt] n. [? akin to ME blichening, blight, rust (on grain) < bliknen, to lose color < ON blikja, turn pale: see BLEACH] 1. any atmospheric or soil condition, parasite, or insect that kills, withers, or checks the growth of plants 2. any of …

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  • 92 blight|ed — «BLY tihd», adjective. afflicted with blight; blasted: »A blighted spring makes a barren year (Samuel Johnson). Figurative. A blighted area is a district of a city that is on the way toward becoming a slum (Emory S. Bogardus) …

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  • 93 the pits — {n.}, {slang} 1. A low class, blighted and ill maintained place, motel room or apartment. * /Max, this motel is the pits, I will not sleep here!/ 2. The end of the road, the point of no return, the point of total ruin of one s health (from the… …

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  • 94 the pits — {n.}, {slang} 1. A low class, blighted and ill maintained place, motel room or apartment. * /Max, this motel is the pits, I will not sleep here!/ 2. The end of the road, the point of no return, the point of total ruin of one s health (from the… …

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  • 95 annihilated exterminated wiped outpredicate — destroyed destroyed adj. 1. p. p. of {destroy}. [Narrower terms: {annihilated, exterminated, wiped out(predicate)}; {blasted, desolate, desolated, devastated, ravaged, ruined, wasted}; {blighted, spoilt}; {blotted out, obliterate, obliterated};… …

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  • 96 Blast — Blast, v. i. 1. To be blighted or withered; as, the bud blasted in the blossom. [1913 Webster] 2. To blow; to blow on a trumpet. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Toke his blake trumpe faste And gan to puffen and to blaste. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 97 Blasted — Blast ed, a. 1. Blighted; withered. [1913 Webster] Upon this blasted heath. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. Confounded; accursed; detestable. [1913 Webster] Some of her own blasted gypsies. Sir W. Scott. [1913 Webster] 3. Rent open by an explosive. [1913 …

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  • 98 blasted desolate desolated devastated ravaged ruined wasted — destroyed destroyed adj. 1. p. p. of {destroy}. [Narrower terms: {annihilated, exterminated, wiped out(predicate)}; {blasted, desolate, desolated, devastated, ravaged, ruined, wasted}; {blighted, spoilt}; {blotted out, obliterate, obliterated};… …

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  • 99 Blight — Blight, n. 1. Mildew; decay; anything nipping or blasting; applied as a general name to various injuries or diseases of plants, causing the whole or a part to wither, whether occasioned by insects, fungi, or atmospheric influences. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 100 blotted out obliterate obliterated — destroyed destroyed adj. 1. p. p. of {destroy}. [Narrower terms: {annihilated, exterminated, wiped out(predicate)}; {blasted, desolate, desolated, devastated, ravaged, ruined, wasted}; {blighted, spoilt}; {blotted out, obliterate, obliterated};… …

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