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Aardvark
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Aardvark: Nocturnal African mammal which feeds on ants and termites
Aardwolf
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Aardwolf: Striped mammal native of southern and eastern Africa that has the characteristics of a hyena and feeds mainly on insects and especially termites
Aaron
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Aaron: Male first name family name older brother of Moses, first high priest of the Hebrews (Biblical)
Aaronic
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Aaronic: Of or belonging to the line of priests descended from Aaron of or pertaining to the lower order of priests (Mormonism)
Aaronic aaronical
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Aaronic aaronical: Pertaining to Aaron, the first high priest of the Jews.
Aarons rod
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Aarons rod: (Arch.) A rod with one serpent twined around it, thus differing fromthe caduceus of Mercury, which has two. (Bot.) A plant with a tall flowering stem esp. the
AAS
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AAS: An associate degree in applied science given by American colleges
Aasia
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Aasia: Region that comprises Australia and New Zealand together with New Guinea and islands of the South Pacific which are in the vicinity Oceania
AAUP
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AAUP: American organization primarily dedicated to protecting the academic freedom of professors
Ab
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Ab: The fifth month of the Jewish year according to theecclesiastical reckoning, the eleventh by the civil computation,coinciding nearly with August. W. Smith.
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