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  • 41 dexterous — also dextrous adjective Etymology: Latin dextr , dexter on the right side, skillful Date: 1609 1. mentally adroit and skillful ; clever < her dexterous handling of the crisis > 2. done with dexterity ; a …

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  • 42 expertise — noun Etymology: French, from Middle French, expertness, from expert Date: 1868 1. expert opinion or commentary 2. the skill of an expert …

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  • 43 understand — verb (understood; standing) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English understandan, from under + standan to stand Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. a. to grasp the meaning of < understand Russian > b. to grasp the reasonableness of …

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  • 44 art — I. Etymology: Middle English, from Old English eart; akin to Old Norse est, ert (thou) art, Old English is is archaic present second singular of be II. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French, from Latin art , ars more at arm Date: 13th …

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  • 45 easy — I. adjective (easier; est) Etymology: Middle English esy, from Anglo French eisé, aasié, past participle of eiser, aaisier to ease, from a ad (from Latin ad ) + eise ease Date: 13th century 1. a. causing or involving little difficulty or… …

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  • 46 estimate — I. transitive verb ( mated; mating) Etymology: Latin aestimatus, past participle of aestimare to value, estimate Date: circa 1532 1. archaic a. esteem b. appraise 2. a. to …

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  • 47 expert — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French & Latin; Anglo French, from Latin expertus, from past participle of experiri Date: 14th century 1. obsolete experienced 2. having, involving, or displaying special skill or knowledge… …

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  • 48 Chariot — For other uses, see Chariot (disambiguation). A fountain in Madrid depicting Cybele in her chariot drawn by lions, in the Plaza de Cibeles …

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  • 49 George Henry Boker — (October 6, 1823 ndash; January 2, 1890) was an American poet, playwright, and diplomat.YouthBoker was born in Philadelphia. His father was Charles S. Boker, a wealthy banker, whose financial expertness weathered the Girard National Bank through… …

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  • 50 David Malouf — Born 20 March 1934 (1934 03 20) (age 77) Brisbane, Australia Occupation novelist, short story writer, playwright …

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  • 51 Centurion — For other uses, see Centurion (disambiguation). A historical reenactor in Roman centurion costume. Note the transverse crest on the Galea (helmet). It is believed that historically this may have indicated the wearer s rank. A centurion (Latin:… …

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  • 53 There Will Be Blood — Theatrical release poster Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson Produced by …

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  • 54 Caesar's invasions of Britain — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Caesar s invasions of Britain partof=Caesar s Gallic Wars caption=Edward Armitage s reconstruction of the first invasion date=55 and 54 BC place=Kent, the Thames, and Essex casus= territory=None |result=Nominal… …

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  • 55 Yale-Studien — In den Yale Studien untersuchte eine Forschergruppe um den Psychologen Carl I. Hovland in etwa 50 Laborexperimenten die Wirkungen von Massenmedien auf die persönlichen Einstellungen von Menschen. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Ziel der Studien 2 Merkmale… …

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  • 56 ability — /euh bil i tee/, n., pl. abilities. 1. power or capacity to do or act physically, mentally, legally, morally, financially, etc. 2. competence in an activity or occupation because of one s skill, training, or other qualification: the ability to… …

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  • 57 expert — expertly, adv. expertness, n. n., v. /ek sperrt/; adj. /ek sperrt, ik sperrt /, n. 1. a person who has special skill or knowledge in some particular field; specialist; authority: a language expert. 2. Mil. a. the highest rating in rifle… …

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  • 58 expertise — expertise1 /ek speuhr teez /, n. 1. expert skill or knowledge; expertness; know how: business expertise. 2. a written opinion by an expert, as concerning the authenticity or value of a work of art, manuscript, etc. [1865 70; < F: survey, report… …

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  • 59 expertism — /ek speuhr tiz euhm/, n. expertness or skill, esp. in a specific field. [1885 90; EXPERT + ISM] * * * …

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  • 60 master hand — 1. an expert: a master hand at diplomacy. 2. great expertness: to show a master hand. Also, master hand. [1700 10] * * * …

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