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  • 141 Murder of Selena — The Mirador de la Flor, which was unveiled in 1997 in honor of Selena, was sculpted by H.W. Buddy Tatum and was funded by the Devary Durril Foundation.[1] …

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  • 142 Metals conservation — The bronze apoxyomenos, ,dated between 1st and 2nd century BC,found and recovered from Adriatic sea near small island Vele Oryule,near island Loshiny, example of archaeological metals conservation, Croatia Metals conservation, or more precisely… …

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  • 143 K-On! — manga volume 1 cover featuring Yui Hirasawa. けいおん! (Keion!) …

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  • 144 Mortal Kombat (2011 video game) — This article is about the 2011 Mortal Kombat sequel. For the original 1992 entry in the series, see Mortal Kombat (video game). Mortal Kombat Cover art for North American version of Mortal Kombat, featuring Scorpion (left) and Sub Zero (right) …

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  • 145 adulterate — adul·ter·ate /ə dəl tə ˌrāt/ vt at·ed, at·ing: to corrupt, debase, or make impure by the addition of a foreign or inferior substance or element; esp: to prepare for sale by omitting a valuable ingredient or by replacing more valuable ingredients… …

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  • 146 debase — I verb abase, adulterate, bastardize, befoul, cheapen, coarsen, contaminate, corrumpere, corrupt, debauch, defile, degrade, dehumanize, demoralize, deprave, depreciate, depress, desecrate, deteriorate, discredit, disgrace, dishonor, downgrade,… …

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  • 147 decay — I verb addle, atrophy, be reduced in worth, become enfeebled, become lower in quality, become putrescent, blight, break down, break up, canker, consume, corrode, corrupt, crumble, decline, decompose, decompound, degenerate, depreciate,… …

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  • 148 decline — I noun abatement, act of crumbling, act of dwindling, act of falling away, act of lessening, act of losing ground, act of shrinking, act of slipping back, act of wasting away, act of weakening, act of worsening, atrophy, backward step, cheapening …

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  • 149 degenerate — I noun corrupt person, debased person, debauchee, decadent person, degraded person, depraved person, derelict, disreputable person, immoral person, pervert, rapscallion, recreant, scamp, scapegrace, transgressor, wastrel, worthless person II verb …

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  • 150 devalue — I verb adulterate, belittle, cheapen, contaminate, corrupt, damage, debase, debauch, defile, degenerate, degrade, denature, depreciate, depress, deteriorate, dilute, disable, disparage, impair, pollute, reduce, taint II index adulterate, corrupt …

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  • 151 downgrade — I verb debase, decline, deduct, deflate, defrock, degrade, demote, depreciate, deprive, deteriorate, discredit, disgrace, disparage, humiliate, mock, pillory, reduce, supersede, suspend, unfrock II index debase, decline, deduct (reduce) …

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  • 152 ebb — I verb crumble, decay, decline, decrease, degenerate, deteriorate, drop, drop off, dwindle, fade away, fail, fall, fall away, fall off, move back, recede, recedere, retire, retreat, shrink, sink, slide, slip, slip back, subside, wane, waste away …

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  • 153 spoil — I (impair) verb addle, blemish, blight, botch, break, bungle, butcher, corrumpere, corrupt, damage, damage irreparably, debase, decay, decompose, deface, defile, deform, demolish, destroy, deteriorate, dilapidate, disable, disfigure, go bad, harm …

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  • 154 Gerstmann-Straussler-Scheinker syndrome — Gerst·mann Sträuss·ler Schein·ker syndrome gerst mən s(h)trȯis lər shīŋ kər n a rare spongiform encephalopathy that is related to Creutzfeldt Jakob disease, is marked by ataxia, dementia, and by accumulation of amyloid plaques in the brain, and… …

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  • 155 condition — noun 1 state of sth ADJECTIVE ▪ excellent, good, immaculate, mint, perfect, pristine ▪ reasonable ▪ bad …

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  • 156 hearing — noun 1 ability to hear ADJECTIVE ▪ acute, excellent, good, normal, sharp ▪ bad (esp. AmE), impaired, poor VERB …

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  • 157 ábréoðan — sv/i2 3rd pres ábríeðeþ past ábréað/ábruðon ptp is ábroðen 1. to fail, decay, deteriorate, perish, be destroyed; 2. sv/t2 to unsettle, ruin, frustrate, degenerate, deteriorate; 3. wv/t1b to destroy …

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  • 158 pathetic — adj. 1) pathetic to + inf. (it was pathetic to watch her condition deteriorate day by day) 2) pathetic that + clause (it s pathetic that he has sunk so low) * * * [pə θetɪk] pathetic to + int. (it was pathetic to watch her condition deteriorate… …

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  • 159 repica — REPICÁ, repichez, vb. I. tranz. A răsădi la distanţe mai mari plantele tinere, crescute în răsadniţe şi sere, pentru a le asigura condiţii favorabile de nutriţie; a transplanta, a replanta. – Din fr. repiquer. Trimis de LauraGellner, 08.07.2004.… …

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  • 160 atrophy — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. degeneration, deterioration. II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) I n. degeneration, wasting, deterioration, withering, emaciation, decline, weakening. II v. degenerate, waste, deteriorate, wither, emaciate …

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