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Acrobranching
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Acrobranching: Sport that involves acrobatics on trees, swaying from tree to tree
Action Photography
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Active transport
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Active transport: (Chemistry, Biochemistry) molecular movement, transport of ions or nutrients or other molecules across cell membranes from low to high concentrations t
Air train
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Air train: Transport of supplies made by a continuous flight of cargo planes to a particular destination
Amaryllis
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Amaryllis: A pastoral sweetheart.To sport with Amaryllis in the shade. Milton. (bot.)(a) A family of plants much esteemed for their beauty, including thenarcissus, jonqui
Anchorperson
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Anchorperson: Host, broadcaster (on television), man or woman who anchors television news or sport program
APC
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APC: Armored vehicle used to transport soldiers and equipment to and from the battlefield
Appurtenances
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Appurtenances: Gear, equipment of many items required for a specific sport or task, accessory
Arm wrestling
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Arm wrestling: Sport in which two people sit opposite one another and interlock bent arms on a table (the goal is to force the opponents arm to the surface of the table)
Artmobile
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Artmobile: Truck trailer equipped for to transport and display works of art in regions wherein there is no access to museums
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