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Abbie Hoffman
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Abbie Hoffman: (1936-1989) leading member of the 1960s counterculture in the USA, founder of the Yippie anti-war political movement
Abbot
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Abbot: The superior or head of an abbey. One of a class of bishops whose sees were formerly abbeys. Encyc.Brit. Abbot of the people. a title formerly given to one of the
Abbot of misrule
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Abbot of misrule: Master of revels (especially at Christmas time), also known as abbot of unreason (Archaic)
Abbozzo
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Abbozzo: (Italian) preliminary sketch or sculpture which serves as a basis for the final artwork
Abbreviated
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Abbreviated: Shortened relatively short abbreviate.
Abbreviation
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Abbreviation: The act of shortening, or reducing. The result of abbreviating an abridgment. Tylor. The form to which a word or phrase is reduced by contraction andomissio
Abbreviator
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Abbreviator: One who abbreviates or shortens. One of a college of seventy-two officers of the papal court whoseduty is to make a short minute of a decision on a petition,
Abbreviatory
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Abbreviatory: Serving or tending to abbreviate shortening abridging.
Abbreviature
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Abbreviature: An abbreviation an abbreviated state or form. [Obs.] An abridgment a compendium or abstract.This is an excellent abbreviature of the whole duty of a Christi
ABC
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ABC: Based on nuclear bacterial or chemical methods (of weapons)
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