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  • 41 Dick Smith (make-up artist) — This article is about the make up artist. For other uses, see Dick Smith (disambiguation). Dick Smith Born June 26, 1922 (1922 06 26) (age 89) Larchmont, New York, USA Other names Richard Emerson Smith Occupation …

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  • 42 To make a face — Face Face (f[=a]s), n. [F., from L. facies form, shape, face, perh. from facere to make (see {Fact}); or perh. orig. meaning appearance, and from a root meaning to shine, and akin to E. fancy. Cf. {Facetious}.] 1. The exterior form or appearance… …

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  • 43 To make a bed — Bed Bed, n. [AS. bed, bedd; akin to OS. bed, D. bed, bedde, Icel. be?r, Dan. bed, Sw. b[ a]dd, Goth. badi, OHG. betti, G. bett, bette, bed, beet a plat of ground; all of uncertain origin.] 1. An article of furniture to sleep or take rest in or… …

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  • 44 To make terms — Term Term, n. [F. terme, L. termen, inis, terminus, a boundary limit, end; akin to Gr. ?, ?. See {Thrum} a tuft, and cf. {Terminus}, {Determine}, {Exterminate}.] 1. That which limits the extent of anything; limit; extremity; bound; boundary.… …

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  • 45 render solid — index consolidate (strengthen), fix (make firm) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 46 To make land — Land Land, n. [AS. land, lond; akin to D., G., Icel., Sw., Dan., and Goth. land. ] 1. The solid part of the surface of the earth; opposed to water as constituting a part of such surface, especially to oceans and seas; as, to sight land after a… …

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  • 47 Chocolate — For other uses, see Chocolate (disambiguation). Chocolate most commonly comes in dark, milk, and white varieties, with cocoa solids contributing to the …

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  • 48 solidify — solidifiability, solidifiableness, n. solidifiable, adj. solidification, n. solidifier, n. /seuh lid euh fuy /, v., solidified, solidifying. v.t. 1. to make solid; make into a hard or compact mass; change from a liquid or gaseous to a solid form …

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  • 49 consolidate — (v.) 1510s, to compact into one body, from L. consolidatus, pp. of consolidare to make solid, from com together (see COM (Cf. com )) + solidare to make solid (see SOLID (Cf. solid)). Meaning to make firm or strong is from mid 16c. Related …

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  • 50 solidify — so•lid•i•fy [[t]səˈlɪd əˌfaɪ[/t]] v. fied, fy•ing 1) phs to make solid; make into a hard or compact mass; change from a liquid or gaseous to a solid form 2) to unite firmly or consolidate 3) cry to form into crystals; make crystallized 4) phs to… …

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  • 51 con|sol|i|date — «kuhn SOL uh dayt», verb, dat|ed, dat|ing, adjective. –v.t. 1. to combine into one; unite: »The small farms were bought by a seed company and consolidated for greater efficiency. Many country schools have been consolidated. SYNONYM(S) …

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  • 52 solder — [14] To solder something is etymologically to make it ‘solid’. The word was originally acquired, as a noun, from Old French soldure, a derivative of the verb solder ‘solder’. This in turn came from Latin solidāre ‘make solid, strengthen, fasten’ …

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  • 53 solder — [14] To solder something is etymologically to make it ‘solid’. The word was originally acquired, as a noun, from Old French soldure, a derivative of the verb solder ‘solder’. This in turn came from Latin solidāre ‘make solid, strengthen, fasten’ …

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  • 54 solidify — [c]/səˈlɪdəfaɪ/ (say suh liduhfuy) verb (solidified, solidifying) –verb (t) 1. to make solid; make into a hard or compact mass; change from a liquid or gaseous to a solid form. 2. to unite firmly or consolidate. 3. to form into crystals. –verb… …

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  • 55 consolidate — [kən säl′ə dāt΄] vt., vi. consolidated, consolidating [< L consolidatus, pp. of consolidare < com , together + solidare, to make solid < solidus, solid: see HOLO ] 1. to combine into a single whole; merge; unite 2. to make or become… …

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  • 56 consolidate — con·sol·i·date /kən sä lə ˌdāt/ vt dat·ed, dat·ing: to join together into one whole: as a: to combine (two or more lawsuits or matters that involve a common question of law or fact) into one compare class action ◇ Consolidation of matters in the… …

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  • 57 Carborane — Ball and stick model of o carborane …

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  • 58 Ion-beam sculpting — Ion Beam scultping is a term used to describe a two step process to make solid state nanopores. The term itself was coined by Golovchenko and co workers at Harvard in the paper Ion beam sculpting at nanometer length scales [J. Li, D. Stein, C.… …

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  • 59 consolidation — c.1400, from L.L. consolidationem (nom. consolidatio), from consolidat , pp. stem of consolidare to make firm, consolidate, from com together (see COM (Cf. com )) + solidare to make solid, from solidus (see SOLID (Cf …

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  • 60 consolidate — con•sol•i•date [[t]kənˈsɒl ɪˌdeɪt[/t]] v. dat•ed, dat•ing 1) to bring together (separate parts) into a single or unified whole; unite 2) to make solid, firm, or secure; strengthen: to consolidate gains[/ex] 3) to organize into a more compact form …

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