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Department of Antiquities
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Department of Antiquities: Government body entrusted with the preservation of archeological findings and historical sites
Diachronic
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Diachronic: Of the study of a language as it changes or develops through history
Diachronic linguistics
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Diachronic linguistics: Study of language and its changes throughout history
Diegesis
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Diegesis: A narrative or history a recital or relation.
Dinosaur
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Dinosaur: Any of various prehistoric extinct reptiles someone or something that is outmoded or unable to change
Disabuse
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Disabuse: To set free from mistakes to undeceive to disengage from fallacy or deception to set right. To undeceive and disabuse the people. South. If men are now sufficie
Disembroil
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Disembroil: To disentangle to free from perplexity to extricate from confusion. Vaillant has disembroiled a history that was lost to the world before his time. Addison.
Doctrinaire
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Doctrinaire: One who would apply to political or other practical concerns the abstract doctrines or the theories of his own philosophical system a propounder of a new set
Domain
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Domain: Dominion empire authority. The territory over which dominion or authority is exerted the possessions of a sovereign or commonwealth, or the like. Also used figura
Dorrs Rebellion
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Dorrs Rebellion: 1842 action lead by Thomas W. Dorr in response to the state of Rhode Islands failure to reform its constitution and enact a bill of rights (U.S. History
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