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A container; a receptacle:
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The definition of a test is an examination or an evaluation.
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An issue under consideration in a lawsuit.
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A point, matter, or question to be disputed or decided
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​A course of study or domain of knowledge or practice.
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Discipline is defined as a field of study or is training to fix incorrect behavior or create better skills.
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(Linguistics) A vowel point.
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To bring under control or subjection; conquer
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To hold spellbound; captivate:
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To deprive of shelter or protection; lay open to danger or harm:
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The definition of a topic is the subject of something.
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A topic of discourse or discussion.
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The national headquarters or administration of an organization
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The measure of pressure at the lower point expressed in terms of this difference.
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A military subdivision of a country; as, the Department of the Potomac.
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A place or scene where forces contend or events unfold:
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A division of experience, activity, or knowledge; a field:
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(Obs.) A topic; theme
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A person who, due to place of birth, naturalization, or other reasons (for example, citizenship of parents) is a member of a political community or of a civil state, such as a country or state, and is entitled to all the civil rights and protections thereof and owes allegiance to its government. See also naturalization and resident.
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One who defeats another; a victor:
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To free or liberate from confinement or other physical restraint.
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To loosen; to relax; to remove the obligation of.
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To release from slavery, oppression, enemy occupation, etc.
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A descriptive name or appellation; epithet
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A distinguished reputation:
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An assemblage of persons or objects gathered or located together; an aggregation:
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To make difficult to accomplish; to frustrate, act as obstacle.
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Govern is defined as to control, guide or manage.
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To remove obstructions or entanglements from; clear:
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(Semantics) The objects or concept that a word or phrase denotes, or that which a sentence says.
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Factional scheming for power and status within a group
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A noteworthy or interesting example:
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A subordinate person or thing
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A subject or topic for consideration or investigation.
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(Law) The person who is the subject of a question or action.
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A long, cylindrical sample of soil, rock, or ice collected with a drill to study the strata of material that are not visible from the surface.
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(Law) An action or question to be resolved by a court of law
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A descriptive title, or legend, as under an illustration
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(Math.) A theorem to be demonstrated or a problem to be solved
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(Music) Change of pitch in successive sounds, whether in the same part or in groups of parts. (Conjunct motion is that by single degrees of the scale. Contrary motion is when parts move in opposite directions. Disjunct motion is motion by skips. Oblique motion is when one part is stationary while another moves. Similar or direct motion is when parts move in the same direction.)
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A dissertation advancing an original point of view as a result of research, especially as a requirement for an academic degree.
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(Slang) An area of interest or skill:
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Any specified area or region
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The path of a body in a field of force surrounding another body; for example, the movement of an atomic electron in relation to a nucleus.
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A sphere of influence or interest; domain.
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To allow oneself to be subjected to something:
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(Obsolete, UK, dialect) To broach or enter upon; to taste, as a liquor; to divide; to distribute; to deal out.
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To keep under control
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To reduce a result in response to limited resources
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To restrain the growth, activity, or release of:
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To control, govern, or rule by superior authority or power:
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To exercise control; for example, Diane’s parents rule with an iron fist.
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To nullify; to reduce, to nothing, the strength of.
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To gain control of; subject or conquer:
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To subdue is defined as to gain control over someone or something or to calm or quiet someone or something.
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To reduce or prevent the spread of.
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A person's specific area of interest, skill, or authority.
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(Music) A motif; a theme or subject, especially one that is central to the work or often repeated. [from 19th c.]
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(Crystallography) The physical object or objects repeated at each point of a lattice. Usually atoms or molecules.
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A liege is defined as a lord to be loyal to, or a loyal subject of a monarch.
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An inferior person or thing
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A formal exposition of facts.
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Discussion is defined as talking or writing about something, especially in order to solve a problem or resolve a question.
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A person relying on another for financial support; a relative for whom a taxpayer may claim an exemption on his income tax return.
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(UK) A person who depends on another for support, particularly financial support (= US dependent).
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In the Middle Ages, a person who held land under the feudal system, doing homage and pledging fealty to an overlord, and performing military or other duties in return for his protection; feudal tenant
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An inscription or title on an object, such as a coin.
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A solving, as of a puzzle, or answering, as of a question; solution
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A question, matter, situation, or person that is perplexing or difficult
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The definition of thought is the act of thinking, or the outcome of mental activity.
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A realm or domain:
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(Informal) The locale or environment for a specified activity
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A region; sphere; area
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A division of the world, smaller than a region, with reference to the plants or animals found there
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