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  • 181Set the Mood — Infobox Album Name = Set the Mood Type = studio Artist = David Jordan Released = 26 October, 2007 Recorded = 2006 2007 Genre = Pop Length = 37:43 Label = Mercury Producer = Set the Mood is a the debut album by David Jordan. It debuted at #98 on… …

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  • 182Down syndrome features — Children with Down syndrome have multiple malformations and mental impairment due to the presence of extra material from chromosome 21. Among the more common physical features are hypotonia (floppiness), small head with brachycephaly, epicanthic… …

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  • 183set — I Australian Slang 1. (surfing) series of larger than normal waves; 2. (weights) series of weight exercises; 3. having a bet placed: Make sure I m set for a tenner II Mawdesley Glossary 1. a potato whole or cut with a sprit or sproat used I for… …

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  • 184set off — to start going somewhere. He got a Guggenheim fellowship and set off for Mexico to write a novel. You need to be fit and well rested before you set off on a hiking trip. When the car broke down, he set out on foot for help …

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  • 185set someone/something back — DELAY, hold up, hold back, slow down/up, retard, check, decelerate; hinder, impede, obstruct, hamper, inhibit, frustrate, thwart. → set * * * 1) delay or impede the progress of someone or something this incident undoubtedly set back research …

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  • 186set — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. place, put, station; arrange, prepare; establish; mount; adjust, regulate; fix, assign, appoint; plant, set out; overthrow, unsettle; sink, go down; solidify, jell, harden; start out. See location,… …

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  • 187set up —    1. to provide accommodation for (a mistress)    From the meaning, to establish. The object of the setter up is to keep her away from others, if he can:     When Christine refused to leave Ward and be set up in a flat, [Profumo] refused to meet …

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  • 188down-at-heel — British, American & Australian, American badly dressed or in a bad condition because of a lack of money. When I first met her she was down at heel but still respectable. The play was set in a down at heel hotel in post war Germany …

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  • 189set back — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. retard, reverse, slow down; see defeat 1 , 3 , hinder . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To cause to be later or slower than expected or desired: delay, detain, hang up, hold up, lag, retard, slow (down or up), stall2. See… …

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  • 190set a spell — sit down for awhile, visit a spell    Hannah had to set a spell after doing the chores. She rested …

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  • 191set someone down — Brit. stop and allow someone to alight from a vehicle. → set …

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  • 192set something down — record something in writing or as an authoritative rule or principle. → set …

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  • 193set about — Mike set about raising $5,000 Syn: begin, start, commence, go about, get to work on, get down to, embark on, tackle, address oneself to, undertake …

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  • 194set back — the rains have set back the work on the bridge Syn: delay, hold up, hold back, slow down/up, retard, check, decelerate; hinder, impede, hobble, obstruct, hamper, inhibit, frustrate, thwart …

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  • 195set — Adjective: Fixed or established. Verb: To put in place. To mark down; to put on paper. See articles of set …

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  • 196set up one's staff — phrasal : to take up residence : settle down appeared in London and there set up their staff Anthony Trollope …

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  • 197set·ting — /ˈsɛtıŋ/ noun, pl tings [count] 1 : the place and conditions in which something happens or exists This would be a beautiful/perfect/ideal setting for a picnic. You will have the opportunity to view the animals in their natural setting.… …

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  • 198set up — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To make arrangements] Syn. prearrange, inaugurate, work on; see arrange 2 . 2. [To finance] Syn. patronize, promote, support, pay for, subsidize. 3. [To establish] Syn. found, originate, make provisions for; see begin 1 ,… …

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  • 199set pen to paper — write down, record in writing …

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  • 200set — I. v. a. 1. Put, place, plant, station, locate. 2. Fix, establish, settle, appoint. 3. Stake, wager, risk. 4. Regulate, adjust, adapt. 5. Stud, variegate, adorn. 6. Place, place upright, cause to sit, put, rest. 7. Arrange, dispo …

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