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Any of the distinct grooves on a long-playing phonograph record that contains an individual selection or a separate section of a whole.
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  1. Any of the distinct grooves on a long-playing phonograph record that contains an individual selection or a separate section of a whole.
  2. A thin strip of flexible material used to encircle and bind one object or to hold a number of objects together:
  3. A group of musicians who perform as an ensemble.
A group gathered for social purposes
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  1. A group gathered for social purposes
  2. A group of individuals, such as an association, corporation, partnership, or union, associated for the purpose of carrying out, maintaining, or performing a commercial or industrial enterprise. A group of individuals, such as an association, corporation, partnership, or union, associated for the purpose of carrying out, maintaining, or performing a commercial or industrial enterprise.
  3. A group of persons:
A number of elements having similar chemical reactions
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  1. A number of elements having similar chemical reactions
  2. (Mathematics) A set with an operation whose domain is all ordered pairs of members of the set, such that the operation is binary (operates on two elements) and associative, the set contains the identity element of the operation, and each element of the set has an inverse element for the operation. The positive and negative integers and zero form a set that is a group under the operation of ordinary addition, since zero is the identity element of addition and the negative of each integer is its inverse. Groups are used extensively in quantum physics and chemistry to model phenomena involving symmetry and invariance.
  3. An assemblage of persons or objects gathered or located together; an aggregation:
A person who takes part in some activity in common with another or others; associate
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  1. A person who takes part in some activity in common with another or others; associate
  2. One of two or more persons engaged in the same business enterprise and sharing its profits and risks: each is an agent for the other or others and is liable, except when limited to his or her own investment, for the debts of the firm
  3. A domestic partner.
Alternative form of alley. (a glass marble or taw)
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  1. Alternative form of alley. (a glass marble or taw)
  2. One that is allied with another, especially by treaty:
  3. A country, person, or group joined with another or others for a common purpose
A person who knowingly participates with another in an unlawful act; partner in crime
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  1. A person who knowingly participates with another in an unlawful act; partner in crime
  2. One who knowingly, voluntarily, or intentionally, and with common intent and criminal purpose shared with the principal offender, solicits or encourages another to commit a crime or assists or attempts to assist in its planning and execution. Normally, one’s mere presence while knowing the crime is about to be committed, without any contribution to the commission of the crime, does not make a person an accomplice. However, in some situations, knowledge combined with the failure to make an attempt to prevent the crime will make one an accomplice. An accomplice is normally regarded as just as culpable as the person who actually commits the crime. See also accessory, aid and abet, and conspiracy. One who knowingly, voluntarily, or intentionally, and with common intent and criminal purpose shared with the principal offender, solicits or encourages another to commit a crime or assists or attempts to assist in its planning and execution. Normally, one’s mere presence while knowing the crime is about to be committed, without any contribution to the commission of the crime, does not make a person an accomplice. However, in some situations, knowledge combined with the failure to make an attempt to prevent the crime will make one an accomplice. An accomplice is normally regarded as just as culpable as the person who actually commits the crime. See also accessory, aid and abet, and conspiracy.
Either of two persons not married to each other but otherwise in an intimate, spouse-like relationship: often, specif., used when the persons are of the same sex
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  1. Either of two persons not married to each other but otherwise in an intimate, spouse-like relationship: often, specif., used when the persons are of the same sex
  2. A thing that matches another in sort, color, etc.; one of a pair or set
  3. A domestic partner.
A person, organization, or establishment associated with another as a subordinate, subsidiary, or member:
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  1. A person, organization, or establishment associated with another as a subordinate, subsidiary, or member:
  2. A corporation that is related to another corporation by one owning shares of the other, by common ownership, or by other means of control. See also company (parent) and subsidiary. A corporation that is related to another corporation by one owning shares of the other, by common ownership, or by other means of control. See also company (parent) and subsidiary.
  3. An affiliated individual or organization; member
A country, person, or group joined with another or others for a common purpose
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  1. A country, person, or group joined with another or others for a common purpose
  2. One that is allied with another, especially by treaty:
  3. An associate; helper; auxiliary
A degree or certificate granted by a junior college to those who have completed the regular two-year course
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  1. A degree or certificate granted by a junior college to those who have completed the regular two-year course
  2. A member of an institution or society who is granted only partial status or privileges.
  3. A colleague, companion, partner, or fellow employee.
A fellow member of a profession, staff, or academic faculty; an associate.
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  1. A fellow member of a profession, staff, or academic faculty; an associate.
  2. A fellow worker in the same profession; associate
(Psychology) An actor who participates in a psychological experiment pretending to be a subject but in actuality working for the researcher (also known as a "stooge").
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  1. (Psychology) An actor who participates in a psychological experiment pretending to be a subject but in actuality working for the researcher (also known as a "stooge").
  2. A person, group, nation, or state united with another or others for a common purpose; ally; associate
  3. A member of a confederacy; an ally.
A joint partner, as in a business enterprise; an associate.
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  1. A joint partner, as in a business enterprise; an associate.
  2. A partner, or associate
(Chiefly British) An incorporated senior member of certain colleges and universities.
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  1. (Chiefly British) An incorporated senior member of certain colleges and universities.
  2. A companion; associate
  3. A member of a learned society or professional organization.
One of two or more persons engaged in the same business enterprise and sharing its profits and risks: each is an agent for the other or others and is liable, except when limited to his or her own investment, for the debts of the firm
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  1. One of two or more persons engaged in the same business enterprise and sharing its profits and risks: each is an agent for the other or others and is liable, except when limited to his or her own investment, for the debts of the firm
  2. One that is united or associated with another or others in an activity or a sphere of common interest, especially:
  3. A member of a business partnership.
A supporter or follower (of a person, cause, etc.)
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  1. A supporter or follower (of a person, cause, etc.)
  2. A supporter, as of a cause or individual:
A pupil or follower of any teacher or school of religion, learning, art, etc.
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  1. A pupil or follower of any teacher or school of religion, learning, art, etc.
  2. A member of the Disciples of Christ.
  3. An active adherent, as of a movement or philosophy.
One who accepts the guidance, command, or leadership of another:
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  1. One who accepts the guidance, command, or leadership of another:
  2. A servant or attendant
  3. A person who follows another's beliefs or teachings; disciple
Any of the followers of a criminal gang leader
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  1. Any of the followers of a criminal gang leader
  2. A loyal and trusted follower or subordinate.
  3. A trusted helper or follower
A subordinate official, deputy, or the like
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  1. A subordinate official, deputy, or the like
  2. A subordinate official, especially a servile one.
  3. (Obs.) A mistress or paramour
A person who takes the part of or strongly supports one side, party, or person; often, specif., an unreasoning, emotional adherent
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  1. A person who takes the part of or strongly supports one side, party, or person; often, specif., an unreasoning, emotional adherent
  2. A member of an organized body of fighters who attack or harass an enemy, especially within occupied territory; a guerrilla.
  3. Any of a group of guerrilla fighters; esp., a member of an organized civilian force fighting covertly to drive out occupying enemy troops
An object launched to orbit Earth or another celestial body. Satellites are used for research, communications, weather information, and navigation. The first artificial Earth satellite was Sputnik 1, launched by the Soviet Union in October 1957; the first successful American satellite was launched in January 1958.
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  1. An object launched to orbit Earth or another celestial body. Satellites are used for research, communications, weather information, and navigation. The first artificial Earth satellite was Sputnik 1, launched by the Soviet Union in October 1957; the first successful American satellite was launched in January 1958.
  2. A follower or attendant attached to a prince or other person of importance
  3. A subservient follower; a sycophant.
One that supports, as a structural member of a building.
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  1. One that supports, as a structural member of a building.
  2. A person who supports; advocate; adherent; partisan
  3. An athletic supporter.
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