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After due consideration
After due consideration: After discussion, after giving thought to, after debate
After the destruction of the 2nd Temple
After the destruction of the 2nd Temple: In the period after the second temple of the Jews was destroyed by the Romans
After the destruction of the Temple
After the destruction of the Temple: In the period after the temple of the Jews was destroyed in the 6th century B.C. by the Babylonians
Aftermath of the earthquake
Aftermath of the earthquake: Aftereffects of the earthquake, results of the earthquake, outcome of the earthquake
Aftermath of World War I
Aftermath of World War I: Results of WWI political which changed the cultural and social order of the world in an extreme manner
Age of primary elections
Age of primary elections: Time of preliminary elections for qualifying candidates
Agglomerate agglomerated
Agglomerate agglomerated: Collected into a ball, heap, or mass. (Bot.) Collected into a rounded head of flowers.
Agglutinative language
Agglutinative language: Language in which words are formed by variations of unchanging roots
Agonistic agonistical
Agonistic agonistical: Pertaining to violent contests, bodily or mental pertaining toathletic or polemic feats athletic combative hence, strained 6. Unnatural.As a schola
Agreement on the Gaza Strip and the Jericho area
Agreement on the Gaza Strip and the Jericho area: First stage in the application of the Israeli-Palestinian peace treaty
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