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Vanity publisher
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Vanity publisher: Vanity press, publishing house that publishes books and the author pays the costs, publisher that publishes the books of an author at the authors expen
Vanjas
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Vanjas: The Australian pied crow shrike (Strepera graculina). It is glossy bluish black, with the under tail coverts and the tips and bases of the tail feathers white.
Vanner
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Vanner: A machine for concentrating ore. See Frue vanner.
Vanner hawk
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Vanner hawk: The kestrel. [Prov. Eng.]
Vanning
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Vanning: A process by which ores are washed on a shovel, or in a vanner.
Vanquish
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A disease in sheep, in which they pine away. [Written also vinquish.] Vanquish: To conquer, overcome, or subdue in battle, as an enemy. Hakluyt. They . . . Vanquished t
Vanquishable
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That may be vanquished. Vanquishable: Can be conquered, can be defeated, can be beaten
Vanquisher
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Vanquisher: One who, or that which, vanquishes. Milton.
Vanquishment
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The act of vanquishing, or the state of being vanquished. Bp. Hall. Vanquishment: Act of vanquishing, act of conquering state of being vanquished or conquered
Vansire
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Vansire: An ichneumon (Herpestes galera) native of Southern Africa and Madagascar. It is reddish brown or dark brown, grizzled with white. Called also vondsira, and marsh
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