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Something thus submitted, as an article or photograph to a publisher
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  1. Something thus submitted, as an article or photograph to a publisher
  2. The act or fact of submitting to the power of another:
  3. (Law) An agreement whereby parties to a dispute submit the matter to arbitration and agree to be bound by the decision
The quality or condition of being humble.
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  1. The quality or condition of being humble.
  2. The state or quality of being humble; absence of vanity or excessive pride
The condition or quality of being passive; inactivity, quiescence, or submissiveness.
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  1. The condition or quality of being passive; inactivity, quiescence, or submissiveness.
  2. The state or quality of being passive; esp., inaction, inertia, submissiveness, etc.
  3. A lack of initiative.
The state, quality, or fact of being patient
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  1. The state, quality, or fact of being patient
  2. The will or ability to wait or endure without complaint
  3. Steadiness, endurance, or perseverance in the performance of a task
The willingness to carry out the wishes of others.
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  1. The willingness to carry out the wishes of others.
  2. Submission or courteous respect given to another, often in recognition of authority.
  3. Courteous regard or respect
The state or quality of being submissive.
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  1. The state or quality of being submissive.
The act of rejecting or renouncing something as invalid
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  1. The act of rejecting or renouncing something as invalid
  2. A written statement or declaration of this
  3. The act or an instance of renouncing; a giving up formally or voluntarily, often at a sacrifice, of a right, claim, title, etc.
Lack of consideration for oneself or one's own interest; self-denial
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  1. Lack of consideration for oneself or one's own interest; self-denial
  2. The denial or invalidation of one's own needs, interests, etc. in the sake of another's; the setting aside of self-interest
  3. The setting aside of self-interest for the sake of others or for a belief or principle.
The state or condition of being resigned (passively accepting a situation).
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  1. The state or condition of being resigned (passively accepting a situation).
(Law) Submission to an injury by the party injured, or tacit concurrence in the action of another.
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  1. (Law) Submission to an injury by the party injured, or tacit concurrence in the action of another.
  2. Tacit or passive conduct that implies agreement or consent. For example, if one makes a statement and another is silent when an objection should be forthcoming, the second person’s acquiescence to the statement may be inferred. Tacit or passive conduct that implies agreement or consent. For example, if one makes a statement and another is silent when an objection should be forthcoming, the second person’s acquiescence to the statement may be inferred.
  3. The act of acquiescing; agreement or consent without protest
Ability to stand pain, distress, fatigue, etc.; fortitude
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  1. Ability to stand pain, distress, fatigue, etc.; fortitude
  2. The act, quality, or power of withstanding hardship or stress:
  3. The state or fact of persevering:
(--- Medicine) Willingness to follow a prescribed course of treatment.
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  1. (--- Medicine) Willingness to follow a prescribed course of treatment.
  2. A measure of the extension or displacement of a loaded structure; its flexibility
  3. A complying with or giving in to a request, wish, or demand; acquiescence
The portion of one's life after retiring from one's career.
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  1. The portion of one's life after retiring from one's career.
  2. Withdrawal from one's occupation or position, especially upon reaching a certain age.
  3. A retiring or being retired; specif., withdrawal from work, business, etc. because of age
A divergence or deviation, as from an established rule, plan, or procedure:
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  1. A divergence or deviation, as from an established rule, plan, or procedure:
  2. (Archaic) Death
  3. The act of leaving.
The act of a person or branch of government renouncing or abandoning an office, trust, sovereignty, privileges, or duties to which he or she is entitled, holds, or possesses by law. The act of a person or branch of government renouncing or abandoning an office, trust, sovereignty, privileges, or duties to which he or she is entitled, holds, or possesses by law.
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  1. The act of a person or branch of government renouncing or abandoning an office, trust, sovereignty, privileges, or duties to which he or she is entitled, holds, or possesses by law. The act of a person or branch of government renouncing or abandoning an office, trust, sovereignty, privileges, or duties to which he or she is entitled, holds, or possesses by law.
(Law) The yielding of the possession of an estate to a party with a reversion or remainder interest in the estate, or of a lease to a landlord, prior to the term's expiration.
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  1. (Law) The yielding of the possession of an estate to a party with a reversion or remainder interest in the estate, or of a lease to a landlord, prior to the term's expiration.
  2. Delivery into the possession of another, such as vacating of property by the tenant before the lease has terminated so that the landlord may consider termination to have occurred; the giving up of a claim or a right; yielding to the control or power of another; the return of an estate to the one who has a reversion so as to merge the estate into a larger one. Delivery into the possession of another, such as vacating of property by the tenant before the lease has terminated so that the landlord may consider termination to have occurred; the giving up of a claim or a right; yielding to the control or power of another; the return of an estate to the one who has a reversion so as to merge the estate into a larger one.
  3. (Insurance) The voluntary abandonment of a policy by an insured person in return for a cash payment (surrender value), thus freeing the company of liability
The physiological and mental reaction to such discontinuance, often characterized by distressing symptoms:
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  1. The physiological and mental reaction to such discontinuance, often characterized by distressing symptoms:
  2. Discontinuation of the use of an addictive substance. The symptoms of withdrawal include headache, diarrhea, and tremors and can range from mild to life threatening, depending on the extent of the body's reliance on the addictive substance.
  3. The act or process of giving up the use of a narcotic drug to which one has become addicted, typically accompanied by distressing physiological and mental effects (withdrawal symptoms)
The act of relinquishing something.
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  1. The act of relinquishing something.
  2. Abandonment of a right or thing. See also abstention. Abandonment of a right or thing. See also abstention.
The act of abandoning property or a right with no intent of reclaiming it or of later giving it away or selling it. See also forfeiture, relinquishment, renunciation, surrender, and waiver.
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  1. The act of abandoning property or a right with no intent of reclaiming it or of later giving it away or selling it. See also forfeiture, relinquishment, renunciation, surrender, and waiver.
The act of abandoning property or a right with no intent of reclaiming it or of later giving it away or selling it. See also forfeiture, relinquishment, renunciation, surrender, and waiver.
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  1. The act of abandoning property or a right with no intent of reclaiming it or of later giving it away or selling it. See also forfeiture, relinquishment, renunciation, surrender, and waiver.
The act of a person or branch of government renouncing or abandoning an office, trust, sovereignty, privileges, or duties to which he or she is entitled, holds, or possesses by law. The act of a person or branch of government renouncing or abandoning an office, trust, sovereignty, privileges, or duties to which he or she is entitled, holds, or possesses by law.
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  1. The act of a person or branch of government renouncing or abandoning an office, trust, sovereignty, privileges, or duties to which he or she is entitled, holds, or possesses by law. The act of a person or branch of government renouncing or abandoning an office, trust, sovereignty, privileges, or duties to which he or she is entitled, holds, or possesses by law.
Relinquishment of an office or function.
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  1. Relinquishment of an office or function.
The release or relinquishment of a claim, action, right, or title
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  1. The release or relinquishment of a claim, action, right, or title
  2. A deed or other legal paper in which a person relinquishes to another a claim or title to some property or right without guaranteeing or warranting such title
  3. A renunciation of claims.
The act of relinquishing something.
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  1. The act of relinquishing something.
  2. Abandonment of a right or thing. See also abstention. Abandonment of a right or thing. See also abstention.
The act or an instance of renouncing:
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  1. The act or an instance of renouncing:
  2. The act or an instance of renouncing; a giving up formally or voluntarily, often at a sacrifice, of a right, claim, title, etc.
  3. The act of rejecting or renouncing something as invalid
The act of surrendering, yielding, or giving up, over, or in
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  1. The act of surrendering, yielding, or giving up, over, or in
  2. (Insurance) The voluntary abandonment of a policy by an insured person in return for a cash payment (surrender value), thus freeing the company of liability
  3. The act or an instance of surrendering:
Something that releases a person from a requirement.
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  1. Something that releases a person from a requirement.
  2. Permission for a professional athletic club to assign a player to the minor leagues or release a player from the club, granted only after all other clubs have been given the opportunity to claim the player and have not done so.
  3. A dispensation, as from a rule or penalty.
Tolerance and restraint in the face of provocation; patience.
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  1. Tolerance and restraint in the face of provocation; patience.
  2. A refraining from the enforcement of something (as a debt, right, or obligation) that is due.
  3. (Law) The act of giving a debtor more time to pay rather than immediately enforcing a debt that is due.
Patient endurance.
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  1. Patient endurance.
  2. Long and patient endurance of injuries, insults, trouble, etc.
Steadiness, endurance, or perseverance in the performance of a task
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  1. Steadiness, endurance, or perseverance in the performance of a task
  2. The capacity, quality, or fact of being patient:
  3. The will or ability to wait or endure without complaint
The permissible deviation from a specified value of a structural dimension, often expressed as a percent.
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  1. The permissible deviation from a specified value of a structural dimension, often expressed as a percent.
  2. The capacity for or the practice of recognizing and respecting the beliefs or practices of others.
  3. Diminution in the physiological response to a drug that occurs after continued use, necessitating larger doses to produce a given response.
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