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  • 1 triangular bandage — noun bandage to support an injured forearm; consisting of a wide triangular piece of cloth hanging from around the neck • Syn: ↑sling, ↑scarf bandage • Hypernyms: ↑bandage, ↑patch …

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  • 2 triangular bandage — a piece of material cut or folded into a triangular shape and used for making an arm sling or holding dressings in position. * * * a triangle of cloth used as a sling or bandage …

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  • 3 triangular bandage — a piece of material cut or folded into a triangular shape and used for making an arm sling or holding dressings in position …

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  • 4 tail|piece — «TAYL PEES», noun. 1. a piece forming the end; endpiece. 2. a piece added on; appendage; addition.Printing. a small decorative engraving, usually at the end of a chapter. 3. Music. a triangular block, usually of ebony, near the lower end of a… …

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  • 5 heater piece — noun Etymology: heater (core for a box iron); from the shape New England : a triangular plot of land …

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  • 6 Gore — may refer to: Contents 1 Violence 2 Used as a verb 3 Company 4 Triangular segments 5 Places …

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  • 8 gore — {{11}}gore (n.1) O.E. gor dirt, dung, filth, shit, a Germanic word (Cf. M.Du. goor filth, mud; O.N. gor cud; O.H.G. gor animal dung ), of uncertain origin. Sense of clotted blood (especially shed in battle) developed by 1560s. {{12}}gore (n.2)… …

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  • 9 gore — 1. n. blood shed and clotted. Etymology: OE gor dung, dirt 2. v.tr. pierce with a horn, tusk, etc. Etymology: ME: orig. unkn. 3. n. & v. n. 1 a wedge shaped piece in a garment. 2 a triangular or tapering piece in an umbrella etc. v.tr. shape with …

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  • 10 Gore — 1. n. blood shed and clotted. Etymology: OE gor dung, dirt 2. v.tr. pierce with a horn, tusk, etc. Etymology: ME: orig. unkn. 3. n. & v. n. 1 a wedge shaped piece in a garment. 2 a triangular or tapering piece in an umbrella etc. v.tr. shape with …

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  • 11 gore — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English gāra; akin to Old English gār spear, and perhaps to Greek chaion shepherd s staff Date: before 12th century 1. a small usually triangular piece of land 2. a. a tapering or triangular piece (as… …

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  • 12 Prosphora — A prosphoron (Greek: πρόσφορον, offering ) is a small loaf of bread used in Orthodox Christian liturgies. The plural form is prosphora (πρόσφορα). The term originally meant any offering made to a temple, but in Orthodox Christianity has come to… …

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  • 13 gore — English has three separate words gore, two of them perhaps ultimately related. Gore ‘blood’ [OE] originally meant ‘dung, shit’, or more generally ‘filth, dirt, slime’, and related words in other languages, such as Dutch goor ‘mud, filth’, Old… …

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  • 14 gore — English has three separate words gore, two of them perhaps ultimately related. Gore ‘blood’ [OE] originally meant ‘dung, shit’, or more generally ‘filth, dirt, slime’, and related words in other languages, such as Dutch goor ‘mud, filth’, Old… …

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  • 15 Neckerchief — A Scouting neckerchief and woggle A neckerchief, necker or less commonly scarf is a type of neckwear associated with Scouts, cowboys and sailors. It consists of a triangular piece of cloth or a rectangular piece folded into a triangle. The long… …

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  • 16 Gore (road) — A typical gore point. Note the Fitch Barriers (impact attenuators) in front of the sign post. A gore, gore point, or gore zone is a triangular piece of land found where roads merge or split. When two roads merge, the area is sometimes referred to …

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  • 17 kobdas — Drum used for inducing trances and for divination by Sami shamans. It consisted of a wooden frame over which a reindeer hide was stretched; the hide was covered with designs representing spirits or deities. In divination, the drum was beaten with …

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  • 18 Garland — This long established surname is of dual derivation in England, being either a topographical name from residence by a triangular shaped piece of land, deriving from the Olde English pre 7th Century gara , triangular piece of land, with land ,… …

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  • 19 Garlant — This long established surname is of dual derivation in England, being either a topographical name from residence by a triangular shaped piece of land, deriving from the Olde English pre 7th Century gara , triangular piece of land, with land ,… …

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  • 20 gore — gore1 noun blood that has been shed, especially as a result of violence. Origin OE gor dung, dirt , of Gmc origin. gore2 verb (of an animal such as a bull) pierce or stab with a horn or tusk. Origin ME: of unknown origin. gore3 noun a triangular… …

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