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  • 21 Sophists (The) — The sophists G. B. Kerferd In the fifth century BC the term sophistēs was used in Greece as a name to designate a particular profession, that of certain travelling teachers who went from city to city giving lectures and providing instruction in a …

    History of philosophy

  • 22 Once Upon a Time in the North — This article is about the book. For the album, see Once upon a Time in the North (album). Once Upon a Time in the North …

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  • 23 Over the River and through the Woods — is a Thanksgiving song by Lydia Maria Child. Written originally as a poem, it appeared in her Flowers for Children, Volume 2, in 1844. The title of the poem is, A Boy s Thanksgiving Day . It celebrates her childhood memories of visiting her… …

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  • 24 συσκεδᾶν — συσκεδάννυμι scatter to the winds fut part act masc voc sg (doric aeolic) συσκεδάννυμι scatter to the winds fut part act neut nom/voc/acc sg (doric aeolic) συσκεδάννυμι scatter to the winds fut part act masc nom sg (doric aeolic) συσκεδάννυμι… …

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  • 25 Nonassemblage — (Roget s Thesaurus) Dispersion < N PARAG:Nonassemblage >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 1 =>{opp,72,} dispersion Sgm: N 1 disjunction disjunction &c. 44 Sgm: N 1 divergence divergence &c. 291 Sgm: N 1 aspersion aspersion Sgm: N …

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  • 26 waste — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Gradual loss or decay Nouns 1. waste, wastage; dissipation; dispersion; ebb; leakage, loss; wear and tear; extravagance, wastefulness, prodigality, conspicuous consumption; waste of time; jeunesse dorée; …

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  • 27 dissipate — dis·si·pate / di sə ˌpāt/ vt pat·ed, pat·ing: to use (marital assets) for one s own benefit and to the exclusion of one s spouse for a purpose unrelated to the marriage at a time when the marriage is undergoing an irretrievable breakdown… …

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  • 28 dispersion — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Scattering Nouns dispersion, diffuseness; DisjUNCTion, scattering, dissemination, diffusion, dissipation, distribution, apportionment, spread, disbanding, diaspora, decomposition; irradiation;… …

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  • 29 Abrogation — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Abrogation >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 abrogation abrogation annulment nullification Sgm: N 1 vacatur vacatur Sgm: N 1 canceling canceling &c. >V. Sgm: N 1 cancel cancel Sgm: N 1 revocatio …

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  • 30 Destruction — (Roget s Thesaurus) >Nonproduction. < N PARAG:Destruction >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 1 =>{ant,161,} destruction Sgm: N 1 waste waste dissolution breaking up Sgm: N 1 diruption diruption disruption Sgm: N 1 consumption …

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  • 31 disperse — I. v. a. 1. Scatter, separate, dissipate, dispel, drive to different parts, scatter to the winds. 2. Diffuse, disseminate, spread, scatter abroad, sow broadcast. II. v. n. 1. Scatter, separate, be scattered, go different ways. 2. Break up or away …

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  • 32 defeat — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. thwart, frustrate, foil, outwit; rout, conquer, overcome, beat, vanquish, subdue, lick (inf.). n. frustration, setback, loss, rout, vanquishment. See failure, success, confutation. Ant., surrender …

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  • 33 flight — I n 1. soaring, sailing, zooming, cruising; gliding, planing, volplaning, sailplaning; aviation, vol itation, Rare. volation. 2. distance, extent, length, span, range, reach; course, route, direction, trajectory. 3. flock, bevy, covey, gaggle;… …

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  • 34 disperse — v 1. scatter, broadcast, scatter to the winds, sow, bestrew, sprinkle, spatter; spread, circulate, disseminate, dissipate, diffuse. 2. disband, dissolve, dismiss; dispel, drive away or off, rout, separate, break up, eject, banish. 3. disappear,… …

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  • 35 Anchorites — • In Christian terminology, men who have sought to triumph over the two unavoidable enemies of human salvation, the flesh and the devil, by depriving them of the assistance of their ally, the world Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006.… …

    Catholic encyclopedia

  • 36 Ghostwalker — is a term used to describe a group of men and women who are physically and/or psychically enhanced in the Ghostwalker Series, a paranormal/romance series written by Christine Feehan. In the books, Dr. Peter Whitney, a wealthy scientist develops a …

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  • 37 destruction — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Act of destroying Nouns 1. destruction, waste, dissolution, break[ing] up; disruption; consumption; disorganization. See loss. 2. (fact of destruction) fall, downfall, ruin, perdition, crash, smash,… …

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  • 38 nullification — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Invalidation Nouns nullification, abrogation, annulment, cancellation, revocation, repeal, rescission, defeasance, renege; dismissal, deposal, deposition, dethronement, disestablishment, disendowment,… …

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  • 39 Confutation — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Confutation >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 1 =>{ant,478,} confutation refutation Sgm: N 1 answer answer complete answer Sgm: N 1 disproof disproof conviction redargution invalidation Sgm: N …

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  • 40 destroy — v. a. 1. Demolish, overturn, overthrow, subvert, raze, ruin, throw down, pull down, break up, sap the foundations of. 2. Annihilate, quench, take away, put an end to, bring to nought. 3. Waste, ravage, desolate, devastate, devour, lay waste, make …

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