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In the Periodic Table, any of the seven horizontal rows that contain elements arranged in order of increasing atomic number. All the elements in a particular period have the same number of electron shells in their atoms, equal to the number of the period. Thus, atoms of nickel, copper, and zinc, in period four, each have four electron shells.
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  1. In the Periodic Table, any of the seven horizontal rows that contain elements arranged in order of increasing atomic number. All the elements in a particular period have the same number of electron shells in their atoms, equal to the number of the period. Thus, atoms of nickel, copper, and zinc, in period four, each have four electron shells.
  2. An interval of time characterized by the prevalence of a specified culture, ideology, or technology:
  3. An interval regarded as a distinct evolutionary or developmental phase:
A point in time at which something ends; termination:
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  1. A point in time at which something ends; termination:
  2. An estate granted for a fixed period.
  3. The end of a normal gestation period:
A point in time at which something ends; termination:
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  1. A point in time at which something ends; termination:
  2. An estate granted for a fixed period.
  3. The end of a normal gestation period:
A taxonomic classification within the plant kingdom that ranks immediately above a class and corresponds to a phylum in other kingdoms.
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  1. A taxonomic classification within the plant kingdom that ranks immediately above a class and corresponds to a phylum in other kingdoms.
  2. An air force unit of two or more combat wings
  3. A particular rank or kind, as of students or athletes, based on achievement, age, sex, etc.
In the Periodic Table, any of the seven horizontal rows that contain elements arranged in order of increasing atomic number. All the elements in a particular period have the same number of electron shells in their atoms, equal to the number of the period. Thus, atoms of nickel, copper, and zinc, in period four, each have four electron shells.
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  1. In the Periodic Table, any of the seven horizontal rows that contain elements arranged in order of increasing atomic number. All the elements in a particular period have the same number of electron shells in their atoms, equal to the number of the period. Thus, atoms of nickel, copper, and zinc, in period four, each have four electron shells.
  2. An interval of time characterized by the prevalence of a specified culture, ideology, or technology:
  3. An interval regarded as a distinct evolutionary or developmental phase:
A unit of linear measure equal to nine inches: originally based on the distance between the tips of a man's extended thumb and little finger
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  1. A unit of linear measure equal to nine inches: originally based on the distance between the tips of a man's extended thumb and little finger
  2. The full amount or extent between any two limits
  3. A period of time:
A continuous period of time.
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  1. A continuous period of time.
  2. (--- Informal) A term served in prison under a sentence
  3. (--- Informal) The last stage of an event, period, or process.
A regularly recurring period in female mammals other than humans during which the animal is sexually receptive. Estrus occurs around the time of ovulation.
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  1. A regularly recurring period in female mammals other than humans during which the animal is sexually receptive. Estrus occurs around the time of ovulation.
  2. The periodic state of sexual excitement in the female of most mammals, excluding humans, that immediately precedes ovulation and during which the female is most receptive to mating; heat.
  3. The periodic sexual excitement of most female placental mammals, corresponding to rut in males; heat
The most intense or active stage:
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  1. The most intense or active stage:
  2. A degree of warmth or hotness:
  3. (Slang) Adverse comments or hostile criticism:
A fixed routine, procedure, line of conduct, thought or feeling (See also rutter)
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  1. A fixed routine, procedure, line of conduct, thought or feeling (See also rutter)
  2. A regularly recurring condition of fertility during which breeding occurs in certain mammals, especially deer and various other ungulates:
  3. The periodic sexual excitement, or heat, of certain mammals: applied esp. to males, often specif. to those male ruminants in which it occurs once a year
An interval regarded as a distinct evolutionary or developmental phase:
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  1. An interval regarded as a distinct evolutionary or developmental phase:
  2. (Physics) The interval of time necessary for a regularly recurring motion to make a complete cycle
  3. An interval of time characterized by the prevalence of a specified culture, ideology, or technology:
A period of duration set or thought of as set
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  1. A period of duration set or thought of as set
  2. The period regularly worked or to be worked by an employee
  3. A period at one's disposal:
Any of six classifications of quark varieties, distinguished by mass and electric charge. The flavors have the names up, down, strange, charm, top, and bottom. Protons in atomic nuclei are composed of two up quarks and one down quark, while neutrons consist of one up quark and two down quarks. The flavor of a quark may be changed in interactions involving the weak force .
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  1. Any of six classifications of quark varieties, distinguished by mass and electric charge. The flavors have the names up, down, strange, charm, top, and bottom. Protons in atomic nuclei are composed of two up quarks and one down quark, while neutrons consist of one up quark and two down quarks. The flavor of a quark may be changed in interactions involving the weak force .
  2. To give flavor to.
To accustom or become accustomed to a different climate, environment, or circumstances, as by physiological or psychological changes
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  1. To accustom or become accustomed to a different climate, environment, or circumstances, as by physiological or psychological changes
  2. To accustom or become accustomed to a new environment or situation; adapt.
(Intransitive) To get used to a new climate.
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  1. (Intransitive) To get used to a new climate.
  2. To make used to a new climate or one that is different from that which is natural; to inure or habituate to other circumstances; to adapt to the peculiarities of a foreign or strange climate.
  3. Acclimate
(By extension) To make insensitive to hardship
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  1. (By extension) To make insensitive to hardship
  2. To harden the surface or case of (iron or steel) by high-temperature shallow infusion of carbon followed by quenching.
  3. (Metallurgy) To form a hard, thin surface on (an iron alloy)
To rise and become stable. Used of prices.
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  1. To rise and become stable. Used of prices.
  2. To become fixed, settled, or less subject to change:
  3. To take on a disapproving or severe appearance:
To cause to be firmly established
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  1. To cause to be firmly established
  2. To harden or to grow hard
  3. To become firmly fixed or established.
To make or become tough or tougher
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  1. To make or become tough or tougher
  2. (Intransitive) To become tough.
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