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Abenaki
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Abenaki: American Indian tribe of northern New England and southern Quebec either of the two languages spoken by the Abenaki Indians
ABEND
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ABEND: "crash" of a computer program, atypical termination of software (Computers)
Aberdevine
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Aberdevine: Small green and yellow finch native of Europe light yellowish green color
Abernathy
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Abernathy: Family name Ralph David Abernathy (1926-1990), United States clergyman and civil rights activist who founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Aberrance
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Aberrance: Wandering from the correct path, going astray deviation from what is normal, abnormality
Aberrance aberrancy
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Aberrance aberrancy: State of being aberrant a wandering from the right way Deviation from truth, rectitude, etc. Aberrancy of curvature (Geom.),the deviation of a curve
Aberrancy
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Aberrancy: Wandering from the correct path, going astray deviation from what is normal, abnormality
Aberrant
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Aberrant: See Aberr.] Wandering straying from the right way. (Biol.) Deviating from the ordinary or natural type exceptional 6. Abnormal.The more aberrant any form is, th
Aberrate
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Aberrate: To go astray to diverge. [R.]Their own defective and aberrating vision. De Quincey.
Aberrated
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Aberrated: Atypical, unusual having defects or abnormalities
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