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  • 61scale — 1. n. & v. n. 1 each of the small thin bony or horny overlapping plates protecting the skin of fish and reptiles. 2 something resembling a fish scale, esp.: a a pod or husk. b a flake of skin; a scab. c a rudimentary leaf, feather, or bract. d… …

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  • 62exaggerate — v 1. overstate, overdo, make much of, overstress, overcharge, overcolor, make a mountain out of a molehill, make much ado about nothing; hyperbolize, overdraw; romance, embroider, stretch, stretch the point, strain; color, paint, paint in glowing …

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  • 63multiply — v 1. double, duplicate, make twofold, redouble, triple, triplicate, quadruple, quadruplicate, quintuple, quintuplicate, sextuple, septuple, septupli cate, octuple, decuple, make tenfold, make numerous or multitudinous; increase, augment, add to,… …

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  • 64Australian bass — Taxobox name = Australian bass regnum = Animalia phylum = Chordata classis = Actinopterygii ordo = Perciformes familia = Percichthyidae genus = Macquaria species = M. novemaculeata binomial = Macquaria novemaculeata binomial authority =… …

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  • 65Wiffle golf — is a recreational sport that is played using standard Wiffleball bats and balls. It is played on much smaller courses than normal golf. In Wiffle golf, players take turns hitting Wiffle balls into objects such as trees, buckets, sheds, or… …

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  • 66Geology of solar terrestrial planets — The geology of solar terrestrial planet mainly deals with the geological aspects of four planets of the Solar system namely, Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars and one terrestrial dwarf planet, Ceres. Objects like Pluto are similar to terrestrial… …

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  • 67increase — increasable, adj. increasedly /in kree sid lee/, adv. v. /in krees /; n. /in krees/, v., increased, increasing, n. v.t. 1. to make greater, as in number, size, strength, or quality; augment; add to: to increase taxes. v.i. 2. to become greater,… …

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  • 68upsize — verb a) To make larger or more numerous. b) To become larger or more numerous; to change to something larger, such as a house. Ant: downsize …

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  • 69aggrandize — v 1. increase, enlarge, make larger, make bigger, make greater, Chiefly Literary. greaten; widen, thicken, broaden; lengthen, elongate, prolong, prolongate, protract; dilate, distend, inflate, swell, bloat, puff out, blow up. 2. augment,… …

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  • 70amplify — v 1. increase, enlarge, make larger, make bigger, make greater, Chiefly Literary. greaten; expand, widen, thicken, broaden; extend, lengthen, elongate, prolong, prolongate, protract; dilate, distend, inflate, swell, bloat, puff out, blow up. 2.… …

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  • 71extend — v 1. spread, outspread, spread out, branch out, Mil. deploy; unfold, unfurl, stretch out, draw out, straighten out, open; stretch, spread, sprawl; reach, run, range. 2. offer, proffer, submit; grant, give, bestow, confer, impart, present; hold… …

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  • 72proliferate — v 1. increase, enlarge, make larger, aggrandize; spread, expand, extend, spread out, grow rife or rampant, branch out, Pathol. metastasize; widen, thicken, lengthen, prolong, protract; grow, wax, swell, inflate; elevate, raise, boost. 2. multiply …

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  • 73enlarge — [en lärj′, inlärj′] vt. enlarged, enlarging [ME enlargen < OFr enlargier: see EN 1 & LARGE] 1. to make larger; increase in size, volume, extent, etc.; broaden; expand 2. Photog. to reproduce on a larger scale vi. 1 …

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  • 74Mariann Fischer Boel — European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development In office 22 November 2004 – 9 February 2010 President José Manuel Barroso Preceded by Franz Fischler Sandra Kalniete (Agriculture, Rural Develop …

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  • 75price system — ▪ economics Introduction       a means of organizing economic activity. It does this primarily by coordinating the decisions of consumers, producers, and owners of productive resources. Millions of economic agents who have no direct communication …

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  • 76build — I (augment) verb add to, aggrandize, amplify, develop, elevate, enhance, enlarge, expand, extend, grow, heighten, increase, lift, magnify, make higher, make larger, parlay, pyramid, raise, rise, swell II (construct) verb achieve, assemble,… …

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  • 77inflate — I verb aggrandize, amplify, balloon, bloat, blow up, broaden, cause to bulge, dilate, distend, enlarge, escalate, exaggerate, expand, extend, fatten, fill out, fill with air, grow, increase, increase dimensions, inflare, magnify, make greater,… …

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  • 78out — out1 [ aut ] function word *** Out can be used in the following ways: as an adverb: We went out into the yard. He took out a penknife. after the verb to be : You were out when I called. The house was silent and all the lights were out. in the… …

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  • 79improve — verb 1) ways to improve the service Syn: make better, better, ameliorate, upgrade, update, refine, enhance, boost, build on, raise, polish, fix (up), amend; informal tweak; formal meliorate Ant …

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  • 80increase — v 1. enlarge, make larger, make greater, Chiefly Literary. greaten, aggrandize; magnify, amplify, enhance, deepen, heighten; widen, thicken, broaden; lengthen, prolong, protract; expand, extend, spread out, stretch out, branch out; inflate,… …

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