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The space between the eye and the upper edge of the bill of a bird or between the eye and the nostril of a snake or fish
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  1. The space between the eye and the upper edge of the bill of a bird or between the eye and the nostril of a snake or fish
  2. (Archaic) A teaching or being taught; instruction
  3. Accumulated knowledge or beliefs held by a group about a subject, especially when passed from generation to generation by oral tradition.
Literature regarded for its aesthetic value rather than its didactic or informative content.
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  1. Literature regarded for its aesthetic value rather than its didactic or informative content.
  2. Literary works valued more for their aesthetic qualities than for any informative or educational content
  3. Imaginative writings as distinguished from technical and scientific writings, esp. when characterized by a polished, highly literary style and, often, a somewhat dilettantish manner
(Uncountable) The process of representing a language with symbols or letters.
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  1. (Uncountable) The process of representing a language with symbols or letters.
  2. A written work, especially a literary composition:
  3. Meaningful letters or characters that constitute readable matter:
Plural form of classic
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  1. Plural form of classic
  2. The branch of the humanities comprising the languages, literature, philosophy, history, art, archaeology and other culture of the ancient Mediterranean World; especially Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome during the classical era.
(Plural only, accounting) Accounting records.
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  1. (Plural only, accounting) Accounting records.
  2. Plural form of book
Communication of ideas, information, etc., esp. by talking; conversation
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  1. Communication of ideas, information, etc., esp. by talking; conversation
  2. A long and formal treatment of a subject, in speech or writing; lecture; treatise; dissertation
  3. A formal, lengthy treatment of a subject, either written or spoken.
An agreement, or settlement, often by compromise, as by the creditors of a potential bankrupt
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  1. An agreement, or settlement, often by compromise, as by the creditors of a potential bankrupt
  2. An arrangement of the parts of a work of art so as to form a unified, harmonious whole
  3. (Law) A settlement whereby the creditors of a debtor about to enter bankruptcy agree, in return for some financial consideration, usually proffered immediately, to the discharge of their respective claims on receipt of payment which is in a lesser amount than that actually owed on the claim.
(Obs.) A narrative; tale
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  1. (Obs.) A narrative; tale
  2. A formal, systematic article or book on some subject, esp. one in which the conclusions are based on a detailed consideration of factual evidence or governing principles
  3. A systematic, usually extensive written discourse on a subject.
A formal and lengthy discourse or treatise on some subject, esp. one based on original research and written in partial fulfillment of requirements for a doctorate
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  1. A formal and lengthy discourse or treatise on some subject, esp. one based on original research and written in partial fulfillment of requirements for a doctorate
A hypothetical proposition, especially one put forth without proof.
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  1. A hypothetical proposition, especially one put forth without proof.
  2. A dissertation advancing an original point of view as a result of research, especially as a requirement for an academic degree.
  3. A formal and lengthy research paper, esp. a work of original research written in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a master's degree
(Anat., Zool.) A system of parts or organs, or an elongated region, having some special function
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  1. (Anat., Zool.) A system of parts or organs, or an elongated region, having some special function
  2. A leaflet or pamphlet containing a declaration or appeal, especially one put out by a religious or political group.
  3. A series of body organs that work together to perform a specialized function, such as digestion.
Any written or printed document; any negotiable document or instrument evidencing the existence of a debt; stocks and bonds; securities. See negotiable instrument, bearer, commercial paper. Any written or printed document; any negotiable document or instrument evidencing the existence of a debt; stocks and bonds; securities. See negotiable instrument, bearer, commercial paper.
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  1. Any written or printed document; any negotiable document or instrument evidencing the existence of a debt; stocks and bonds; securities. See negotiable instrument, bearer, commercial paper. Any written or printed document; any negotiable document or instrument evidencing the existence of a debt; stocks and bonds; securities. See negotiable instrument, bearer, commercial paper.
  2. A wrapper made of paper, often with its contents:
  3. A written examination, report, theme, etc.
A short melody used as the subject of a musical composition
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  1. A short melody used as the subject of a musical composition
  2. A topic or subject, as of a lecture, sermon, essay, etc.
  3. (Music) A recurring melodic element in a composition, especially a melody forming the basis of a set of variations.
(--- Informal) The usual methods of dealing with a given situation:
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  1. (--- Informal) The usual methods of dealing with a given situation:
  2. (Film, TV) An outline or prose summary prepared before the script, giving the story with characters, situations, etc. but often without dialogue and usually without separate shots indicated
  3. The use of an agent, procedure, or regimen, such as a drug, surgery, or exercise, in an attempt to cure or mitigate a disease, condition, or injury.
A lengthy, formal discourse that analyses or explains some topic; a dissertation or treatise.
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  1. A lengthy, formal discourse that analyses or explains some topic; a dissertation or treatise.
  2. A formal discussion of some subject, often in writing; discourse or treatise
A testing or trial of the value or nature of a thing:
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  1. A testing or trial of the value or nature of a thing:
  2. A written composition of moderate length exploring a particular issue or subject.
  3. A short literary composition of an analytical, interpretive, or reflective kind, dealing with its subject in a nontechnical, limited, often unsystematic way and, usually, expressive of the author's outlook and personality
Conversation or debate concerning a particular topic.
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  1. Conversation or debate concerning a particular topic.
  2. Consideration of a subject by a group; an earnest conversation.
  3. The act of discussing; talk or writing in which the pros and cons or various aspects of a subject are considered
(Uncountable) Diligent inquiry or examination to seek or revise facts, principles, theories, applications, etc.; laborious or continued search after truth.
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  1. (Uncountable) Diligent inquiry or examination to seek or revise facts, principles, theories, applications, etc.; laborious or continued search after truth.
  2. Careful study of a given subject, field, or problem, undertaken to discover facts or principles.
  3. (Countable) A particular instance or piece of research.
The result or record of such an act or process:
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  1. The result or record of such an act or process:
  2. The act or practice of noting and recording facts and events, as for some scientific study
  3. The act or process of perceiving something, such as a phenomenon, often by means of an instrument, and making a record of the resulting information.
(Computers) A string of text in a program that does not function in the program itself but is used by the programmer to explain instructions.
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  1. (Computers) A string of text in a program that does not function in the program itself but is used by the programmer to explain instructions.
  2. A scholarly article or essay, usually written by a law student and published in a law review, analyzing a judicial decision and its context in the law. See also annotation and note.
  3. A written note intended as an explanation, illustration, or criticism of a passage in a book or other writing; an annotation.
Plural form of finding
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  1. Plural form of finding
  2. Small tools and materials used by artisans and craftsmen
A statement summarizing the important points of a text.
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  1. A statement summarizing the important points of a text.
  2. A brief statement of the essential content of a book, article, speech, court record, etc.; summary
  3. A concise summary of a text. See also abstract of judgment, abstract of record, and abstract of title. A concise summary of a text. See also abstract of judgment, abstract of record, and abstract of title.
A statement or account brought in and presented, often for publication
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  1. A statement or account brought in and presented, often for publication
  2. A formal account of the proceedings or transactions of a group:
  3. A spoken or written account of an event, usually presented in detail:
The act or art of criticizing; criticism
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  1. The act or art of criticizing; criticism
  2. A critical evaluation or analysis, especially one dealing with works of art or literature.
  3. A critical analysis or evaluation of a subject, situation, literary work, etc.
A brief statement mentioning the main points of something:
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  1. A brief statement mentioning the main points of something:
  2. A brief statement or account covering the substance or main points; digest; abridgment; compendium
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