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-ic: A suffix signifying, in general, relating to, or characteristic of as, historic, hygienic, telegraphic, etc. (Chem.) A suffix, denoting that the element indicated en
Abridge
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Abridge: To make shorter to shorten in duration to lessen to diminish To curtail 6. as, to abridge labor 7. to abridge power or rights. "Thebridegroom . . . abridged his
Abridgment
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Abridgment: The act abridging, or the state of being abridged diminution Lessening reduction or deprivation as, an abridgment of pleasuresor of expenses. 6. An epitome o
Actualities
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Actualities: Existing facts or conditions events from historical reality used on the news and sports programs
Adjunct
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Adjunct: Something joined or added to another thing, but not essentially apart of it.Learning is but an adjunct to our self. Shak. A person joined to another in some duty
Africana
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Africana: Materials (art objectd, documents, books, artifacts) that relate to African culture and history
Afro Am
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Afro Am: Field of university studies dealing with the history and culture and collective experience of blacks in the United States
Afro-Caribbean
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Afro-Caribbean : Of or pertaining to an Afro-Caribbeans or their culture or history
Allegory
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Allegory: A figurative sentence or discourse, in which the principal subjectis described by another subject resembling it in its properties andcircumstances. The real sub
Americana
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Americana: Literature about American history and geography or American culture
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