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Abietene
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Abietene: A volatile oil distilled from the resin or balsam of the nutpine (Pinus sabiniana) of California.
Abietic
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Abietic: Of or pertaining to the fir tree or its products as, abieticacid, called also sylvic acid. Watts.
Abietinic
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Abietinic: Of or pertaining to abietin as, abietinic acid.
Abietite
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Abietite: A substance resembling mannite, found in the needles of thecommon silver fir of Europe (Abies pectinata). Eng. Cyc.
Abilene
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Abilene: City in central Texas (USA) city in central Kansas (USA)
Ability
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Ability: Power, capacity, capability skill, talent, aptitude, mental skill or physical power of a person to do something
Ability to pay
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Ability to pay : Capacity to pay, having the necessary resources to pay principle that wealthier people who can afford to pay higher taxes ought to be required to do so
Abiogenesis
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Abiogenesis: The supposed origination of living organisms from lifelessmatter such genesis as does not involve the action of livingparents spontaneous generation called a
Abiogenetic
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Abiogenetic: One who believes that life can be produced independently ofantecedent. Huxley.
Abiotrophic
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Abiotrophic: Of or pertaining to abiotrophy, pertaining to the loss of life in or decay of particular cells or tissues (Pathology)
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