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  • 81inflate — v 1. dilate, distend, overdistend, Obs. suf flate, aerate; swell, bloat, puff out, blow up, pump up, tumefy; expand, overexpand, stretch, stretch out, outstretch; spread, spread out, outspread; grow, wax, fill out, fatten. 2. increase, enlarge,… …

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  • 82let — I [[t]lɛt[/t]] v. let, let•ting 1) to allow or permit: to let one s hair grow[/ex] 2) to allow to pass, go, or come: He let us into the house[/ex] 3) to cause to; make: to let her know the truth[/ex] 4) (used in the imperative as an auxiliary… …

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  • 83Orfeo ed Euridice — For the opera of the same name by Ernst Krenek, see Orpheus und Eurydike. Christoph Willibald Gluck …

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  • 84Bose headphones — are a family of headphone products sold by the Bose Corporation. The company was a pioneer in the development of headphones that use active noise cancellation technology.BackgroundAcoustic Noise Cancellation DevelopmentThe idea of personal noise… …

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  • 86enlarge — I verb add to, aggrandize, amplificare, amplify, annex, augere, augment, broaden, build, build up, develop, dilatare, dilate, distend, elaborate, enhance, escalate, exaggerate, expatiate, extend, fatten, fill out, grow, increase, inflate,… …

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  • 87heighten — I (augment) verb add, advance, aggravate, ampliticare amplify, augere, build up, enhance, enlarge, exacerbate, exaggerare, expand, greaten, improve, increase, intensify, magnify, make higher, make larger, multiply, promote, raise, reinforce,… …

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  • 88magnify — I verb add to, aggrandize, amplificare, amplify, augere, augment, balloon, boost, broaden, build up, cause growth, deepen, emphasize, enhance, enlarge, exaggerare, exaggerate, exalt, expand, extend, glorify, heighten, idealize, increase, increase …

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  • 89enlarge — mid 14c., grow fat, increase; c.1400, make larger, from O.Fr. enlargier to make large, from en make, put in (see EN (Cf. en ) (1)) + large (see LARGE (Cf. large)). Related: Enlarged; enlarging …

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  • 90aggrandise — (Brit.) v. make bigger, make larger; widen; extend; increase the power or status of; increase the wealth of; intensify or exaggerate the reputation of someone in an artificial manner; make something look greater; add details to (also aggrandize) …

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  • 91aggrandises — aggrandise (Brit.) v. make bigger, make larger; widen; extend; increase the power or status of; increase the wealth of; intensify or exaggerate the reputation of someone in an artificial manner; make something look greater; add details to (also… …

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  • 92aggrandising — aggrandise (Brit.) v. make bigger, make larger; widen; extend; increase the power or status of; increase the wealth of; intensify or exaggerate the reputation of someone in an artificial manner; make something look greater; add details to (also… …

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  • 93aggrandize — (Amer.) ag·gran·dize || É™ grændaɪz v. make bigger, make larger; widen; extend; increase the power or status of; increase the wealth of; intensify or exaggerate the reputation of someone in an artificial manner; make something look greater;… …

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  • 94aggrandizes — aggrandize (Amer.) ag·gran·dize || É™ grændaɪz v. make bigger, make larger; widen; extend; increase the power or status of; increase the wealth of; intensify or exaggerate the reputation of someone in an artificial manner; make something look …

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  • 95aggrandizing — aggrandize (Amer.) ag·gran·dize || É™ grændaɪz v. make bigger, make larger; widen; extend; increase the power or status of; increase the wealth of; intensify or exaggerate the reputation of someone in an artificial manner; make something look …

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  • 96bump something up — informal 1) make larger, greater, or more numerous; increase they finally agreed to bump up her salary 2) make, complete, or release earlier than planned or expected the date of publication was bumped up to coincide with the grand jury… …

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  • 97enlarge — verb (enlarged; enlarging) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French enlarger, enlargir, from en + large broad, large Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to make larger ; extend < enlarged the family fortune with new investments > 2 …

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  • 98Crystal structure — In mineralogy and crystallography, crystal structure is a unique arrangement of atoms or molecules in a crystalline liquid or solid. A crystal structure is composed of a pattern, a set of atoms arranged in a particular way, and a lattice&#8230; …

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  • 99Battlesystem — is a tabletop miniature wargame designed as a supplement for use with the Dungeons Dragons role playing game. It was first published in 1985 and was usable with either Advanced Dungeons Dragons or the Basic/Expert/etc Dungeons Dragons (see&#8230; …

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  • 100Bayko — was an English building model construction toy invented by Charles Plimpton. It was sold in Britain and exported to the British Commonwealth and other countries between 1934 and 1967. The name derived from Bakelite, the world s first commercial&#8230; …

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