ili ID Definition and Source
i117660 “Predatory fish, such as the perch, muskie , pike, walleye, and salmon, are fish that prey upon other fish or animals.” (odwn-1.3:103305141-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117661 “One of the most well known types of a ship lock, which enables to go from one water level to another.” (odwn-1.3:108946312-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117662 “A type of fountain, in general of small size, designed for birds, either for taking a bath or for drinking water.” (odwn-1.3:100869238-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117663 “A type of hut, usually situated in a forest area, that is used to either observe, photograph or hunt wild animals.” (odwn-1.3:107183907-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117664 “Atmospheric pressure, sometimes also called barometric pressure, is the pressure exerted by the weight of air in the atmosphere of Earth (or that of another planet)” (odwn-1.3:103627191-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117665 “An inflammation of the bone marrow, the flexible tissue in the interior of bones in the human body, often caused by blood poisining.” (odwn-1.3:109823576-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117666 “To beat someone by a large margin in any kind of activities with elements of competition such as sports, board games, and cards.” (odwn-1.3:109942098-v; added 2017-03-29)
i117667 “Either a difference in the competence level between two individuals or groups or the physical difference in height between two objects.” (odwn-1.3:109855151-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117668 “A labrador is a type of retriever-hun dog, popular in the United Kingdom and the United States and is often used to provide disability assistance.” (odwn-1.3:107263198-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117669 “A series of lectures, oral presentations intended to present information or teach people about a particular subject, at a university as part of a course.” (odwn-1.3:103166323-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117670 “The period, an amount of time, which is needed to prepare for a new project, for example to start a new company.” (odwn-1.3:102197061-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117671 “someone who gets cold easily” (odwn-1.3:104328483-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117672 “information about a flight” (odwn-1.3:103542406-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117673 “A station wagon, also called an estate car, estate wagon, or simply wagon or estate, is an automotive body-style variant of a sedan/saloon with its roof extended rearward[1] over a shared passenger/cargo volume with access at the back via a third or fifth door (the liftgate or tailgate), instead of a trunk lid” (odwn-1.3:102276728-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117674 “charge on goods that are exported abroad” (odwn-1.3:108813628-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117675 “things that generally have some of the traits of both other apes and humans” (odwn-1.3:101132223-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117676 “a thick sweety syrop made of appels” (odwn-1.3:108259868-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117677 “the right foot of a human” (odwn-1.3:105363288-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117678 “goods carried by a ship” (odwn-1.3:100515553-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117679 “monument to commemorate those that resisted against the suprressors during a war” (odwn-1.3:101102808-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117680 “A storm surge is a coastal flood or tsunami-like phenomenon of rising water commonly associated with low pressureweather systems (such as tropical cyclones and strong extratropical cyclones), the severity of which is affected by the shallowness and orientation of the water body relative to storm path, and the timing of tides” (odwn-1.3:106429117-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117681 “remove the charge from a ship or boat” (odwn-1.3:101959456-v; added 2017-03-29)
i117682 “election for the board of control of a municipal government” (odwn-1.3:108500821-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117683 “to participate in the javelin throw” (odwn-1.3:102204552-v; added 2017-03-29)
i117684 “A pepernoot is a Dutchor Belgian cookie-like kind of confectionery, traditionally associated with the early December Sinterklaas holiday in the Netherlands and Belgium.” (odwn-1.3:107165123-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117685 “someone who leads a sports match” (odwn-1.3:107145182-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117686 “someone who talks a lot” (odwn-1.3:104893017-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117687 “keep something open, for example a door” (odwn-1.3:109040832-v; added 2017-03-29)
i117688 “a whole in the ice” (odwn-1.3:102017478-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117689 “a tall and skinny kid” (odwn-1.3:107542499-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117690 “someone who writes about the news” (odwn-1.3:100346704-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117691 “a man who is henpecked” (odwn-1.3:104488547-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117692 “the act of establishing policy” (odwn-1.3:109951199-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117693 “a picture of a group” (odwn-1.3:100202434-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117694 “the activity to keep on sawing” (odwn-1.3:103614745-v; added 2017-03-29)
i117695 “a film that has acquired a cult following” (odwn-1.3:101967180-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117696 “upper part of pajama (jacket)” (odwn-1.3:107997361-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117697 “a politician who is appointed by the head of state to lead the formation of a coalition government” (odwn-1.3:101704309-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117698 “novel about a particular region” (odwn-1.3:101884751-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117699 “surreptitious advertising” (odwn-1.3:109983486-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117700 “misunderstanding caused by different languages being spoken or by contradicting or wrong information” (odwn-1.3:109489252-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117701 “hennie” (odwn-1.3:107010289-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117702 “activity intended to escape from prison” (odwn-1.3:104115235-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117703 “to yell or shout at someone who leaves” (odwn-1.3:100898898-v; added 2017-03-29)
i117704 “A baby that was conceived through in vitro fertilization (IVF).” (odwn-1.3:109303817-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117705 “Someone who sells his wares from a boat.” (odwn-1.3:107177653-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117706 “Cheese made with cumin seed. There are two variants: Leyden cheese (with caraway seed) and Gouda cumin cheese.” (odwn-1.3:101278049-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117707 “control by radar of the flow of traffic” (odwn-1.3:103257498-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117708 “a layer of clay deposited by nature or people” (odwn-1.3:109432901-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117709 “a cookie with the shape of a wreath” (odwn-1.3:104356025-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117710 “A person with a passionate interest in cinema.” (odwn-1.3:109141311-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117711 “visional information on a tv screen” (odwn-1.3:107957726-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117712 “'Midfielders are generally positioned on the field between their team''s defenders and forwards in the game of football'” (odwn-1.3:101319508-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117713 “an interconnected network of pipes” (odwn-1.3:106951775-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117714 “Sweet bun filled with cream or pudding.” (odwn-1.3:102021929-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117715 “a solution that does not really solve the problem” (odwn-1.3:101871561-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117716 “glasses especially used for reading” (odwn-1.3:104437779-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117717 “Dialect of Dutch spoken in the Hague.” (odwn-1.3:103327501-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117718 “a fossil fuel in the gaseous state; used for engines” (odwn-1.3:104613004-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117719 “a group of girls playing popular music for dancing” (odwn-1.3:101278110-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117720 “a brick used for decoration on the gable of a building” (odwn-1.3:108483074-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117721 “long and heavy struggle” (odwn-1.3:104613865-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117722 “story that cannot be taken seriously” (odwn-1.3:105537175-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117723 “winding road” (odwn-1.3:103334018-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117724 “odor coming from acitivity of baking” (odwn-1.3:101456134-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117725 “The study of Dutch language and literature.” (odwn-1.3:108731804-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117726 “A pie iron, pudgy pie iron, sandwich toaster or jaffle iron, is a cooking appliance that consists of two hinged concave, round or square, metal plates on long handles. The appliance is used to heat, toast and seal a sandwich of two slices of bread and a filling.” (odwn-1.3:109312634-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117727 “the nest of the stork bird” (odwn-1.3:107838462-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117728 “Participate in a folkloristic sport where riders on horseback try to poke a lance through a ring.” (odwn-1.3:107220233-v; added 2017-03-29)
i117729 “an example sentence to provide more context and relevance.” (odwn-1.3:108060364-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117730 “a reference book containing information about proverbs” (odwn-1.3:103158565-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117731 “A slightly elevated land area with a soil consisting of dune sand which is mixed with peat or clay, mostly found along the shore.” (odwn-1.3:107219268-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117732 “A beer belly is an especially thick, forward bulging belly exclusively for men, without the rest of the body being necessarily thick.” (odwn-1.3:104381499-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117733 “A man with an especially thick, forward bulging belly, without the rest of the body being necessarily thick, typically associated with drinking too much beer.” (odwn-1.3:109994970-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117734 “fried fish made with a batter of water, flour and salt” (odwn-1.3:102211973-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117735 “mudflat hiking, recreationally walking and wading on the watershed of mudflats” (odwn-1.3:103494829-v; added 2017-03-29)
i117736 “a mother that is unmarried by choice” (odwn-1.3:108700839-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117737 “a message or image posted on Twitter” (odwn-1.3:00000001-n; added 2017-03-29)
i117738 “to post a message or image on Twitter” (odwn-1.3:00000002-v; added 2017-03-29)
i117739 “precise to a fine degree; "due to the limitations of the available tools, a more refined analysis of the data may be necessary"” (enwn-3.0:ens-273097; added 2017-04-03)
i117740 “an appliance designed to extract humidity from the air and thereby cool it; "we rarely turn on the air-conditioner"” (enwn-3.0:ens-307166; added 2017-04-03)
i117741 “an appliance designed to add moisture to the air in a building; "The humidifier assures the appropriate moisture level for our paintings"” (enwn-3.0:ens-307167; added 2017-04-03)
i117742 “an applicance to extract moisture from the air and make the environment more comfortable; "in summer, we need to run the dehumidifier in the basement"” (enwn-3.0:ens-307168; added 2017-04-03)
i117743 “a simple aliphatic amine used as a nasal decongestant and vasoconstrictor.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430698; added 2017-04-03)
i117744 “monetary unit in Bosnia and Herzegovina.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439007; added 2017-04-03)
i117745 “official currency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, divided into 100 fenings.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439008; added 2017-04-03)
i117746 “deprived of vigor and the ability to be effective; "fundamentalism has flowered because it has concluded that liberalism is effete, ineffectual and impoverished"” (enwn-3.0:ens-273014; added 2017-04-03)
i117747 “acting or functioning as a regent or ruler; "prince-regent"” (enwn-3.0:ens-273027; added 2017-04-03)
i117748 “an adherent of fundamentalist principles” (enwn-3.0:ens-346864; added 2017-04-03)
i117749 “Tushonka is a kind of canned stewed meat especially popular in the CIS and other countries of the former Soviet Union.” (enwn-3.0:ens-405799; added 2017-04-03)
i117750 “an ingredient found in certain cosmetics that clogs pores.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430720; added 2017-04-03)
i117751 “a highly soluble, granulated nitrogen-phosphorus fertilizer.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430711; added 2017-04-03)
i117752 “a preparation of opiates made up of all of the alkaloids present in opium in their natural proportions as hydrochloride salts.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430716; added 2017-04-03)
i117753 “a liquid mixture which is used to maintain low temperatures, typically between 13 °C and −196 °C.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464104; added 2017-04-03)
i117754 “a sash worn with a kimono.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464105; added 2017-04-03)
i117755 “sunglasses that feature oversize teardrop-shaped lenses and a thin metal frame.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464100; added 2017-04-03)
i117756 “clastic rocks composed solely or primarily of volcanic materials.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464113; added 2017-04-03)
i117757 “any glove-like articles of clothing that lack finger coverings and are designed to keep wrists and lower arms warm.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464110; added 2017-04-03)
i117758 “A spur is an outgrowth of bone covered in a sheath of horn found in various anatomical locations in some animals.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439160; added 2017-04-03)
i117759 “the estate of a count or earl.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439146; added 2017-04-03)
i117760 “a shipping document that accompanies delivery packages; includes an itemized detail of the package contents and does not include customer pricing.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439149; added 2017-04-03)
i117761 “a tide gage used for measuring lake level variations.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464015; added 2017-04-03)
i117762 “a rain gage in which a float resting on the surface of the water measures the level of collected rainwater.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464017; added 2017-04-03)
i117763 “a mirror made via the method of making mirrors out of plate glass invented by 16th-century Venetian glassmakers, who covered the back of the glass with mercury, obtaining near-perfect and undistorted reflection.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464021; added 2017-04-03)
i117764 “panties worn lower down on the body, with the waistband around the hips.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464037; added 2017-04-03)
i117765 “a style of women's and girls' panties that is typically cut with a high waist to provide full coverage of the hips and buttocks.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464035; added 2017-04-03)
i117766 “an oleoresin obtained by solvent extraction of marijuana and/or hashish.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464048; added 2017-04-03)
i117767 “essential oil obtained from Pelargonium graveolens.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464041; added 2017-04-03)
i117768 “leg coverings for women, made from an open mesh fabric resembling netting.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464059; added 2017-04-03)
i117769 “a necktie that is narrower than the standard tie, and often all-black.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464062; added 2017-04-03)
i117770 “a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen used for torches to process refractory materials.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464064; added 2017-04-03)
i117771 “a mixture that has equal amounts of left- and right-handed enantiomers of a chiral molecule.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464060; added 2017-04-03)
i117772 “a soft wax used on skis especially for corn snow or crust.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430860; added 2017-04-03)
i117773 “an igneous rock containing essential pyroxene, olivine and analcime.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430851; added 2017-04-03)
i117774 “a water-soluble vacuolar pigment that may appear red, purple, or blue depending on the pH; occurs in all tissues of higher plants, including leaves, stems, roots, flowers, and fruits.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430852; added 2017-04-03)
i117775 “a coordination complex of transition metals with carbon monoxide ligands, useful in organic synthesis and as catalysts or catalyst precursors in homogeneous catalysis.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430855; added 2017-04-03)
i117776 “a monoclonal antibody with catalytic activity.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430856; added 2017-04-03)
i117777 “vulcanized unsaturated vegetable or animal oil, used as a processing aid and property modifier in rubber.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430859; added 2017-04-03)
i117778 “a form of a bicorne designed to be folded flat, so that it could be conveniently tucked underneath the arm when not being worn.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464209; added 2017-04-03)
i117779 “(in folklore, mythology and fairy tales) a cloak that grants invisibility.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464202; added 2017-04-03)
i117780 “a Russian fur cap with ear flaps that can be tied up to the crown of the cap, or fastened at the chin to protect the ears, jaw and lower chin from the cold.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464203; added 2017-04-03)
i117781 “any chemical element that belongs to the titanium group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464217; added 2017-04-03)
i117782 “any chemical element that belongs to the oxygen group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464219; added 2017-04-03)
i117783 “any chemical element that belongs to the vanadium group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464215; added 2017-04-03)
i117784 “one of a several allotropes of phosphorus.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464229; added 2017-04-03)
i117785 “sulphur in form of a bright yellowe powder obtained from volcanic brimstone deposits.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464222; added 2017-04-03)
i117786 “a fur-lined coat decorated with braid, worn in the sixteenth century.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464238; added 2017-04-03)
i117787 “a chemical element required in relatively large quantities for the normal physiologic processes of the body.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464232; added 2017-04-03)
i117788 “the deindustrialization of an economy as a result of the discovery of a natural resource, as that which occurred in Holland with the exploitation of North Sea Oil, which raised the value of the Dutch currency, making its exports uncompetitive and causing its industry to decline.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439291; added 2017-04-03)
i117789 “the scientific philosophy where laws are "induced" from sets of data.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439250; added 2017-04-03)
i117790 “a bill of lading that may be traded in much the same way as the cargo, and even borrowed against if desired, which allows banks to use it as collateral.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439189; added 2017-04-03)
i117791 “a bill of lading issued when the shipment passes through at least two different modes of transport.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439180; added 2017-04-03)
i117792 “a bill of lading issued when the shipment passes through different modes of transport or different distribution centers.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439175; added 2017-04-03)
i117793 “a bill of lading issued when the shipment was delivered by the same vessel that picked it up.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439172; added 2017-04-03)
i117794 “(informal) a small bag, usually with a shoulder strap, carried by a man and designed to contain personal articles.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464124; added 2017-04-03)
i117795 “hot, spicy but subtly flavoured dip often used to flavour food.” (enwn-3.0:ens-405814; added 2017-04-03)
i117796 “a formal garment similar to a shrug but made of stiffer fabric, essentially a short tailored jacket, inspired by the matador's chaquetilla.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464168; added 2017-04-03)
i117797 “a sleeveless jacket or vest.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464167; added 2017-04-03)
i117798 “any chemical element related to iron.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464175; added 2017-04-03)
i117799 “any chemical element that belongs to Group 8.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464176; added 2017-04-03)
i117800 “any chemical element that belongs to the carbon group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464177; added 2017-04-03)
i117801 “a material that is a solid-state manifestation of fullerenes and related compounds and materials.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464185; added 2017-04-03)
i117802 “a material consisting of fibers about 5–10 micrometres in diameter and composed mostly of carbon atoms.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464180; added 2017-04-03)
i117803 “a helmet or cap that can turn the wearer invisible.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464197; added 2017-04-03)
i117804 “a cap worn either as a marker of a common identity, as is the case in the Nordic countries, or to identify the wearer as a member of a smaller body within the larger group of students, as is the case with the caps worn by members of German Studentenverbindungen.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464196; added 2017-04-03)
i117805 “a gneiss derived from a sedimentary rock.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430993; added 2017-04-03)
i117806 “wood of any of the trees and shurbs of the genus Salix.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430997; added 2017-04-03)
i117807 “any polymer or oligomer having branches of atoms strung off of a central spine.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430998; added 2017-04-03)
i117808 “a fixed rate paid according to the quantity produced.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439322; added 2017-04-03)
i117809 “a situation in which money is withdrawn from a bank account and the available balance goes below zero.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439315; added 2017-04-03)
i117810 “The arthropod leg is a form of jointed appendage of arthropods, usually used for walking.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439309; added 2017-04-03)
i117811 “a chemical compound that contains carbon-carbon double bonds or triple bonds, such as those found in alkenes or alkynes, respectively.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430963; added 2017-04-03)
i117812 “a chemical compound that has a chain of carbon atoms linked together by single bonds and has hydrogen atoms filling all of the other bonding orbitals of the carbon atoms.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430964; added 2017-04-03)
i117813 “a short fitted coat or jacket.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464313; added 2017-04-03)
i117814 “a jacket-length coat that is usually worn on top of other apparel or item of clothing, and made from the tanned hide of various animals.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464310; added 2017-04-03)
i117815 “a synthetic, semicrystalline organic polymer resin, with the linear formula (C3H3N)n.” (enwn-3.0:ens-405992; added 2017-04-03)
i117816 “a brake on a steam locomotive that uses the engine (specifically the cylinders) to help brake the locomotive.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430953; added 2017-04-03)
i117817 “a chemical compound with the chemical formula H2NC(O)NHC(O)NH2.” (enwn-3.0:ens-405991; added 2017-04-03)
i117818 “the number of goods or services that can be purchased with a unit of currency.” (enwn-3.0:ens-405973; added 2017-04-03)
i117819 “Ferrocene is an organometallic compound with the formula Fe(C5H5)2; it is the prototypical metallocene, a type of organometallic chemical compound consisting of two cyclopentadienyl rings bound on opposite sides of a central metal atom.” (enwn-3.0:ens-405977; added 2017-04-03)
i117820 “a chemical compound containing a sulfonyl functional group attached to two carbon atoms.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430936; added 2017-04-03)
i117821 “any chemical element having radioactive properties.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464345; added 2017-04-03)
i117822 “a salt of aluminium and nitric acid, existing normally as a crystalline hydrate, most commonly as aluminium nitrate nonahydrate, Al(NO3)3·9H2O.” (enwn-3.0:ens-405981; added 2017-04-03)
i117823 “a mono-methyl ester of sulfuric acid with the molecular formula CH3OSO3H.” (enwn-3.0:ens-405982; added 2017-04-03)
i117824 “a mixture of polydimethylsiloxane and hydrated silica gel, used to reduce bloating, discomfort or pain caused by excessive gas in the stomach or intestines.” (enwn-3.0:ens-405983; added 2017-04-03)
i117825 “a salt derived from the ammonium cation and the hydrosulfide anion, with the formula (NH4)SH.” (enwn-3.0:ens-405984; added 2017-04-03)
i117826 “a non-prescription drug with analgesic and antipyretic properties.” (enwn-3.0:ens-405985; added 2017-04-03)
i117827 “a glycoprotein extracted from the fruit of Synsepalum dulcificum.” (enwn-3.0:ens-405987; added 2017-04-03)
i117828 “a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon found in cigarette smoke; appears as a white powder having blue fluorescence.” (enwn-3.0:ens-405989; added 2017-04-03)
i117829 “Velvet is a type of vascular skin that covers growing antlers.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439334; added 2017-04-03)
i117830 “A coronet is the knob at the base of a deer's antler.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439335; added 2017-04-03)
i117831 “a home loan that provides cash payments based on home equity; homeowners normally defer payment of the loan until they die, sell, or move out of the home.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439293; added 2017-04-03)
i117832 “any chemical element that belongs to the scandium group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464248; added 2017-04-03)
i117833 “a robe-type overgarment decorated with small pockets for gunpowder across the chest; part of the traditional male dress of the peoples of the Caucasus.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464244; added 2017-04-03)
i117834 “a chemical element with properties in between, or that are a mixture of, those of metals and nonmetals.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464256; added 2017-04-03)
i117835 “the fur prepared from very young or even fetal Karakul lambs.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464259; added 2017-04-03)
i117836 “a broad kaftan with long sleeves, worn by the nobility in Russia in the 16th and 17th centuries.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464255; added 2017-04-03)
i117837 “an item of male clothing worn over the żupan by szlachta (nobility) of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464250; added 2017-04-03)
i117838 “any of a group of six metallic elements that belong to the platinum group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464261; added 2017-04-03)
i117839 “a breakdown product of creatine phosphate in muscle.” (enwn-3.0:ens-405942; added 2017-04-03)
i117840 “the first European alcohol-based perfume, claimed to date to about the late 14th century.” (enwn-3.0:ens-405943; added 2017-04-03)
i117841 “a heterocyclic aromatic organic compound the formula C4H4NH which occurs in the form of a colorless volatile liquid that darkens readily upon exposure to air.” (enwn-3.0:ens-405944; added 2017-04-03)
i117842 “the fur of semiaquatic rodents, Myocastor coypus, used for garments.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464271; added 2017-04-03)
i117843 “the clothes traditionally worn by people from a particular geographic area.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464288; added 2017-04-03)
i117844 “any chemical element that belongs to the nitrogen group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464416; added 2017-04-03)
i117845 “a type of coat originally used for travel on horseback; in the last two decades of the 18th century evolved into a fashionable accessory worn by women.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464428; added 2017-04-03)
i117846 “an industry concerned with the production of yarn, and cloth and the subsequent design or manufacture of clothing and their distribution.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439407; added 2017-04-03)
i117847 “the economic system in which decisions regarding production and investment are embodied in a plan formulated by a central authority.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439401; added 2017-04-03)
i117848 “a type of formal overcoat, with long open sleeves, in day or night variations.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464457; added 2017-04-03)
i117849 “a small cape that covers the shoulders and is worn predominantly by women.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464466; added 2017-04-03)
i117850 “any chemical element that belongs to the boron group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464467; added 2017-04-03)
i117851 “a kind of coarse woollen cloth that was an important component of the textile trade in Medieval England.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464477; added 2017-04-03)
i117852 “a type of traditional coat worn by peasants in some European (especially Slavic) countries, made from a simple, hand woven wool fabric comparable to russet cloth, common from the 18th to early 20th centuries.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464471; added 2017-04-03)
i117853 “the basic unit of money in the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439494; added 2017-04-03)
i117854 “the basic unit of money in the Republic of Guinea-Bissau.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439496; added 2017-04-03)
i117855 “the currency of eight independent states in West Africa: Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Mali, Niger, Sénégal and Togo.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439490; added 2017-04-03)
i117856 “the currency of six independent states in central Africa: Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea and Gabon.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439491; added 2017-04-03)
i117857 “A scent gland is an exocrine gland found in most mammals; it produces a semi-viscous secretion which contains pheromones and other semiochemical compounds.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439488; added 2017-04-03)
i117858 “post tweets, i.e. short text messages on the popular social media website Twitter” (enwn-3.0:ens-7059899; added 2017-04-03)
i117859 “any element that belongs to the nickel group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464366; added 2017-04-03)
i117860 “any element that belongs to the copper group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464369; added 2017-04-03)
i117861 “any fibrous or soft substance used as padding, stuffing, etc., especially sheets of carded cotton prepared for the purpose.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464396; added 2017-04-03)
i117862 “a pair of shorts with a fabric panel resembling a skirt covering the front; although some may be skirts with a pair of integral shorts hidden underneath.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464520; added 2017-04-03)
i117863 “The Calymmian is the first geologic period in the Mesoproterozoic Era and lasted from 1600 to 1400 million years ago.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439560; added 2017-04-03)
i117864 “The Ectasian is the second geologic period in the Mesoproterozoic Era and lasted from 1400 ago to 1200 million years ago.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439562; added 2017-04-03)
i117865 “The Stenian is the final geologic period in the Mesoproterozoic Era and lasted from 1200 to 1000 million years ago.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439563; added 2017-04-03)
i117866 “The Cryogenian is a geologic period that lasted from 850 to 635 million years ago.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439565; added 2017-04-03)
i117867 “a gown worn by women in the 18th century, open in front with elbow-length sleeves.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464537; added 2017-04-03)
i117868 “The Mesoarchean (also spelled Mesoarchaean) is a geologic era within the Archean, spanning 3,200 to 2,800 million years ago.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439550; added 2017-04-03)
i117869 “a gown that had fabric at the back arranged in box pleats which fell loose from the shoulder to the floor with a slight train, worn in the 18th century.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464530; added 2017-04-03)
i117870 “The Neoarchean (also spelled Neoarchaean) is a geologic era within the Archaean.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439552; added 2017-04-03)
i117871 “The Rhyacian is the second geologic period in the Paleoproterozoic Era and lasted from 2300 to 2050 million years ago.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439557; added 2017-04-03)
i117872 “The Orosirian is the third geologic period in the Paleoproterozoic Era and lasted from 2050 to 1800 million years ago.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439558; added 2017-04-03)
i117873 “The Mesoproterozoic is a geologic era that occurred from 1,600 to 1,000 million years ago.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439559; added 2017-04-03)
i117874 “The Paleoproterozoic (also spelled Palaeoproterozoic) is the first of the three eras of the Proterozoic occurring between 2,500 to 1,600 million years ago.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439554; added 2017-04-03)
i117875 “Siderian Period 2500–2300 million years ago PreЄ Є O S D C P T J K Pg N Banded iron formations were very common in this period. The Siderian (/saɪˈdɪəriən/; Greek: sideros, meaning "iron") is the first geologic period in the Paleoproterozoic Era and lasted from 2500 to 2300 million years ago.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439556; added 2017-04-03)
i117876 “a gown similar to a close-bodied gown, but not open in front, popular in the late 18th century.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464540; added 2017-04-03)
i117877 “any chemical element that belongs to the zinc group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464541; added 2017-04-03)
i117878 “In the geologic record the Eoarchean (also spelled Eoarchaean) Era is the earliest time following the solidification of Earth's crust.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439548; added 2017-04-03)
i117879 “The subject of a sentence that expresses the actual agent of an expressed or implied action (as father in “it is your father speaking”) or that is the thing about which something is otherwise predicated (as to do right in “it is sometimes hard to do right”).” (enwn-3.0:ens-464557; added 2017-04-03)
i117880 “the currency of Tunisia between 1891 and 1958.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439536; added 2017-04-03)
i117881 “what is used in the production process in order to produce output—that is, finished goods.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439531; added 2017-04-03)
i117882 “a penitential garment that was used especially during the Spanish Inquisition.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464584; added 2017-04-03)
i117883 “A recess is a small cavity or depression in a bodily organ, part, or structure.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439502; added 2017-04-03)
i117884 “a liturgical vestment worn by the subdeacon and bishops at High Mass and other religious ceremonies.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464597; added 2017-04-03)
i117885 “a garment worn by citizens and non-citizens of Ancient Rome alike; citizens, though, might wear it under the toga, especially at formal occasions.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464598; added 2017-04-03)
i117886 “any chemical element that belongs to the cobalt group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464594; added 2017-04-03)
i117887 “a voluminous garment worn over the inner cassock by bishops, priests, deacons, and monastics as their regular outer wear.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464590; added 2017-04-03)
i117888 “a long, collared garment coming to the feet, with narrow, tapered sleeves, worn by all major and minor clergy, monastics, and often by male seminarians.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464592; added 2017-04-03)
i117889 “a production where two or more different production companies from different countries are working together.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439594; added 2017-04-03)
i117890 “production in which different companies produce different parts of the same standardized product.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439597; added 2017-04-03)
i117891 “a loan that is provided by a group of lenders and is structured, arranged, and administered by one or several commercial banks or investment banks known as lead arrangers.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439598; added 2017-04-03)
i117892 “debt which ranks after other debts if a company falls into liquidation or bankruptcy.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439599; added 2017-04-03)
i117893 “women's flared trousers cut to look like a skirt.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464517; added 2017-04-03)
i117894 “trousers usually of stretch material and kept taut by a strap under the foot, worn for skiing or as a fashion garment.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464512; added 2017-04-03)
i117895 “In the geologic timescale, the Callovian is an age or stage in the Middle Jurassic, lasting between 164.7 ± 4.0 Ma (million years ago) and 161.2 ± 4.0 Ma.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439571; added 2017-04-03)
i117896 “The Aalenian is a subdivision of the Middle Jurassic epoch that extends from about 175.6 to about 171.6 million years ago.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439576; added 2017-04-03)
i117897 “stout durable cotton fabric with a strong bias (diagonal) in the weave.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464480; added 2017-04-03)
i117898 “a type of furnace once widely used for smelting iron from its oxides.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425041; added 2017-04-03)
i117899 “an effects unit which creates a "jet plane" or "spaceship" sound, simulating a studio effect produced by recording a track on two synchronized tapes and periodically slowing one tape by pressing the edge of its reel (the "flange").” (enwn-3.0:ens-425049; added 2017-04-03)
i117900 “a structure consisting of two large vertical stones (posts) supporting a third stone set horizontally across the top (lintel).” (enwn-3.0:ens-425045; added 2017-04-03)
i117901 “an electronic device that alters how a musical instrument or other audio source sounds.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425047; added 2017-04-03)
i117902 “The Chalcolithic period or Copper Age, also known as the Eneolithic or Æneolithic, is a phase of the Bronze Age before it was discovered that adding tin to copper formed the harder bronze.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439684; added 2017-04-03)
i117903 “a traditional Filipino and Japanese farming implement similar to a sickle used for reaping crops and also employed as a weapon.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425030; added 2017-04-03)
i117904 “an ornamental dot traditionally worn by Hindu women in the middle of the forehead or between the eyebrows, made of colored sandalwood paste, kohl, or other pigment and having varying religious and social significance, as in indicating marital status.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425038; added 2017-04-03)
i117905 “The Late Jurassic is the third epoch of the Jurassic period, and it spans the geologic time from 161.2 ± 4.0 to 145.5 ± 4.0 million years ago.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439672; added 2017-04-03)
i117906 “a form of land vehicle with a hull that wraps around the basic bicycle or motorcycle design.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425024; added 2017-04-03)
i117907 “something that makes a clanking noise.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464675; added 2017-04-03)
i117908 “any of a class of chemical compounds composed of three terpene units with the molecular formula C30H48.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464677; added 2017-04-03)
i117909 “luggage which exceeds the allowable size or weight (as for an airline flight or train trip), and for which an extra fee must therefore be paid.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464672; added 2017-04-03)
i117910 “a market that seeks to guarantee the free movement of goods, capital, services, and people within the EU's 28 member states.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439650; added 2017-04-03)
i117911 “a stock that contains no ownership information and whose physical bearer is presumed to be the owner.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439656; added 2017-04-03)
i117912 “a window blind that consists of a series of thin slats that hang in front of a window, which can be turned as a group close with a slight overlap to block the window.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464687; added 2017-04-03)
i117913 “a wide, short drapery that spans the width of the stage; used to mask lights and scenery that have been raised into the fly loft.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464688; added 2017-04-03)
i117914 “a window blind consisting of a length of material which, when drawn up, gathers into horizontal folds from the bottom.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464680; added 2017-04-03)
i117915 “a device that consists of a revolving solid isosceles triangular prism made of wood, used for displaying and rapidly changing theatre scenes.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464699; added 2017-04-03)
i117916 “any of a class of terpenes that consist of two isoprene units and have the molecular formula C10H16.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464693; added 2017-04-03)
i117917 “any of a class of terpenes that consist of three isoprene units and have the empirical formula C15H24.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464690; added 2017-04-03)
i117918 “any device used to unlock a lock without use of a key.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450064; added 2017-04-03)
i117919 “A microlens is a small lens, generally with a diameter less than a millimetre (mm) and often as small as 10 micrometres (µm).” (enwn-3.0:ens-450061; added 2017-04-03)
i117920 “The Paleogene (also spelled Palaeogene or Palæogene; informally Lower Tertiary) is a geologic period that began 66 and ended 23.03 million years ago and comprises the first part of the Cenozoic Era.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439610; added 2017-04-03)
i117921 “The name 'mixed acid' refers to a mixture of nitric acid and sulfuric acid, used in nitration.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425097; added 2017-04-03)
i117922 “the fat of some breeds of sheep, especially of fat-tailed sheep, accumulated in baggy deposits in the hind parts of a sheep on both sides of its tail and on the first 3-5 vertebrae of the tail.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425099; added 2017-04-03)
i117923 “An oxyliquit, also called liquid air explosive or liquid oxygen explosive, is an explosive material which is a mixture of liquid oxygen (LOX) with a suitable fuel, such as carbon (as lampblack), or an organic chemical (e.g. a mixture of soot and naphthalene), wood meal, or aluminium powder or sponge.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425085; added 2017-04-03)
i117924 “a simple form of moving-picture machine in which the series of views, exhibiting the successive phases of a scene, are printed on paper and mounted around the periphery of a wheel. The rotation of the wheel brings them rapidly into sight, one after another, and the blended effect gives a semblance of motion.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425083; added 2017-04-03)
i117925 “any chemical element that belongs to the manganese group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464601; added 2017-04-03)
i117926 “any firearm that holds only a single round of ammunition, and must be reloaded after each shot.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425074; added 2017-04-03)
i117927 “A substance that acts as a base or an acid, depending on the pH of the solution into which it is introduced.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464616; added 2017-04-03)
i117928 “a draft of a scientific paper that has not yet been published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425071; added 2017-04-03)
i117929 “a solid chemical compound that does not conform to the law of definite proportions.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464619; added 2017-04-03)
i117930 “(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) things added in a supplement to a work.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425069; added 2017-04-03)
i117931 “The Rhaetian is in geochronology the latest age of the Triassic period or in chronostratigraphy the uppermost stage of the Triassic system.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439606; added 2017-04-03)
i117932 “The Neogene is a geologic period starting 23.03 million years ago and ending 2.58 million years ago.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439608; added 2017-04-03)
i117933 “a bank or other financial institution that registers, distributes, and sells a security on the primary market on behalf of another company.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439604; added 2017-04-03)
i117934 “The Rapid Rectilinear, recognized under a vast number of other names, is a famous photographic lens design; it was introduced by John Henry Dallmeyer in 1866.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450120; added 2017-04-03)
i117935 “sulfur-rich particles which exist in the stratosphere region of the Earth's atmosphere.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464762; added 2017-04-03)
i117936 “ash that consists of fragments of pulverized rock, minerals and volcanic glass, created during volcanic eruptions and measuring less than 2 mm (0.079 inches) in diameter.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464764; added 2017-04-03)
i117937 “a fuller treatment (in a separate section) of a particular part of the text of a book, especially a classic.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464761; added 2017-04-03)
i117938 “either of two folded sheets of paper used to connect the front and back covers of a book to the first and last pages.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464777; added 2017-04-03)
i117939 “a type of porous volcanic ash used in making hydraulic cements.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464775; added 2017-04-03)
i117940 “hydrocarbon that contains two carbon double bonds.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464788; added 2017-04-03)
i117941 “(music) a short piece put between the parts of a longer composition.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464784; added 2017-04-03)
i117942 “any of a class of chemical compounds composed of two terpene units with the molecular formula C20H36.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464780; added 2017-04-03)
i117943 “a natural, plant-derived organic compound.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464781; added 2017-04-03)
i117944 “additional features or accessories which are nonessential but very attractive.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464783; added 2017-04-03)
i117945 “any of a group of poly-unsaturated organic compounds that contain one or more sequences of alternating double and single carbon–carbon bonds.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464791; added 2017-04-03)
i117946 “a bar, or pole pivoted to allow the boom to block vehicular access through a controlled point.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450159; added 2017-04-03)
i117947 “A triplet lens is an optical device consisting of three single lenses.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450155; added 2017-04-03)
i117948 “comparison microscope is a device used to analyze side-by-side specimens; it consists of two microscopes connected by an optical bridge, which results in a split view window enabling two separate objects to be viewed simultaneously.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450161; added 2017-04-03)
i117949 “A petrographic microscope is a type of optical microscope used in petrology and optical mineralogy to identify rocks and minerals in thin sections.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450162; added 2017-04-03)
i117950 “A pyrheliometer is an instrument for measurement of direct beam solar irradiance.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450164; added 2017-04-03)
i117951 “An ancient hunting horn, made of ivory.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450169; added 2017-04-03)
i117952 “An interferometer which uses a laser as a light source; because of the monochromaticity and high intrinsic brilliance of laser light, it can operate with path differences in the interfering beams of hundreds of meters, in contrast to a maximum of about 20 centimeters (8 inches) for classical interferometer.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450165; added 2017-04-03)
i117953 “A device for measuring the velocity and attenuation of sound waves in a gas or liquid by an interference method.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450166; added 2017-04-03)
i117954 “An instrument which records wind velocities.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450172; added 2017-04-03)
i117955 “A type of instrument which measures the inclination of the wind to the horizontal plane.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450173; added 2017-04-03)
i117956 “(art terms) a naked figure, especially in painting, sculpture, photography, etc.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450174; added 2017-04-03)
i117957 “An aircraft flight instrument which indicates the rate of turn and the amount of slip to either side; usually paired with a turn coordinator to form one device.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450177; added 2017-04-03)
i117958 “An instrument that indicates small changes in an aircraft's altitude by recording small variations in atmospheric pressure.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450184; added 2017-04-03)
i117959 “An elastic band, usually covered with fabric, used to fasten hair; comes in various shapes, sizes and colors.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450185; added 2017-04-03)
i117960 “a type of cable which consists of several strands of metal wire laid (twisted) into a helix.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450182; added 2017-04-03)
i117961 “a chemical substance that dissolves water-insoluble substances, such as greases and oils.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425103; added 2017-04-03)
i117962 “a bicyclic monoterpene which occurs naturally as a constituent of turpentine,.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425101; added 2017-04-03)
i117963 “A hair stick (also hairstick) is a straight, pointed device, usually between five and nine inches in length, used to hold a person's hair in place in a hair bun or similar hairstyle.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450197; added 2017-04-03)
i117964 “A scrunchie (or scrunchy) is a fabric-covered elastic hair tie used to fasten long hair.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450193; added 2017-04-03)
i117965 “a type of hair clip with interlocking teeth connected by a spring” (enwn-3.0:ens-450199; added 2017-04-03)
i117966 “(in a Hellenistic theatre) a raised platform in front of the skene, on which the actors perform.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464708; added 2017-04-03)
i117967 “a mechanically controlled platform within a theatre that can be rotated in order to speed up the changing of a scene within a show.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464704; added 2017-04-03)
i117968 “an isometric hydocarbon isolated from cardamon and marjoram oils, as well as other natural sources.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464700; added 2017-04-03)
i117969 “an isometric hydrocarbon classified as a terpene.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464701; added 2017-04-03)
i117970 “a natural hydrocarbon classified as a terpene.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464702; added 2017-04-03)
i117971 “Eyeglasses with round frames, popularized by John Lennon.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450107; added 2017-04-03)
i117972 “The Gundlach Periscope, usually known under its British designation as Vickers Tank Periscope MK.IV, was a revolutionary invention by Polish engineer Rudolf Gundlach, manufactured for Polish 7TP tanks since end of 1935 and patented in 1936 as Gundlach Peryskop obrotowy.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450104; added 2017-04-03)
i117973 “A projector designed for home use.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450100; added 2017-04-03)
i117974 “an addition of strongly contrasting detail.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464757; added 2017-04-03)
i117975 “An optical lens that darkens on exposure to specific types of light of sufficient intensity, most commonly ultraviolet (UV) radiation.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450118; added 2017-04-03)
i117976 “Any eyeglasses with photochromic lenses with darken when exposed to sunlight.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450114; added 2017-04-03)
i117977 “a portable piano invented in the late 18th century that could be held on a shoulder strap.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450085; added 2017-04-03)
i117978 “The Kaiserpanorama (or Kaiser-Panorama) is a form of stereoscopic entertainment medium used chiefly in the 19th and early 20th centuries, a precursor to film, invented by August Fuhrmann (1844 – 1925).” (enwn-3.0:ens-450083; added 2017-04-03)
i117979 “Any comparator in which movement of a measuring plunger tilts a small mirror which reflects light in an optical system.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450096; added 2017-04-03)
i117980 “a type of sword or dagger typical of the Germanic peoples of the Migration period and the Early Middle Ages, especially the Saxons.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450091; added 2017-04-03)
i117981 “a seax distinguished by a long hilt and patternwelded blade that is 50 cm or longer, often with multiple fullers and grooves.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450094; added 2017-04-03)
i117982 “The Neoproterozoic is the unit of geologic time from 1,000 to 541 million years ago.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439703; added 2017-04-03)
i117983 “a sliding tray that is a part of a computer desk, used to hold a keyboard.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464884; added 2017-04-03)
i117984 “a triangular cabinet designed to fit in a corner.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464882; added 2017-04-03)
i117985 “The Rings of Power are the twenty magical rings created by the Elves of Eregion under Sauron's tutelage in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium; Three were intended for the Elves, Seven for Dwarves, Nine for Men, and one, the One Ring, was created by Sauron himself in Mount Doom.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450247; added 2017-04-03)
i117986 “In Greek and Roman mythology, the palladium or palladion was a cult image of great antiquity on which the safety of Troy and later Rome was said to depend, the wooden statue (xoanon) of Pallas Athena that Odysseus and Diomedes stole from the citadel of Troy and which was later taken to the future site of Rome by Aeneas.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450252; added 2017-04-03)
i117987 “(nautical) a large locker under the cockpit seating.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464894; added 2017-04-03)
i117988 “an organic compound that is primarily used as a photographic developer.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464895; added 2017-04-03)
i117989 “furniture pieces designed to comfortably and aesthetically provide a working surface and house or conceal office equipment including computers, peripherals and cabling for office and home-office users.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464890; added 2017-04-03)
i117990 “a tray used in horticulture for sowing and taking plant cuttings and growing plugs.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464891; added 2017-04-03)
i117991 “Footwear designed to provide support and pain relief for people suffering from pain in the legs, ankles, or feet.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450263; added 2017-04-03)
i117992 “a shoe with an extremely long toe, very popular in the 15th century.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425268; added 2017-04-03)
i117993 “a device to test the strength of a material (as of soil).” (enwn-3.0:ens-425264; added 2017-04-03)
i117994 “an assembly designed to safely absorb the heat-induced expansion and contraction of construction materials, to absorb vibration, to hold parts together, or to allow movement due to ground settlement or earthquakes.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425257; added 2017-04-03)
i117995 “a type of door or window shutter consisting of many horizontal slats (or sometimes bars or web systems) hinged together.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425259; added 2017-04-03)
i117996 “an agricultural rake used to collect cut hay or straw into windrows for later collection.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425240; added 2017-04-03)
i117997 “an aircraft that features a wing that is horizontal for conventional forward flight and rotates up for vertical takeoff and landing.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425241; added 2017-04-03)
i117998 “a cryptologic device designed in 1934 or 1935 by Marian Rejewski of the Polish Cipher Bureau's German section to facilitate decryption of German Enigma ciphertext.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425249; added 2017-04-03)
i117999 “an electro-mechanical device for joining electrical circuits as an interface using a mechanical assembly.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425243; added 2017-04-03)
i118000 “a type of electrical connector where a wire is held by the tightening of a screw.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425245; added 2017-04-03)
i118001 “the currency of Namibia since 1993.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439880; added 2017-04-03)
i118002 “The Paleoarchean (also spelled Palaeoarchaean, formerly known as early Archean) is a geologic era within the Archaean.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439884; added 2017-04-03)
i118003 “A Beatle boot is a style of boot that has been worn since the 1960s made popular by the English rock group The Beatles, for whom they were originally made; the boots are a variant of the Chelsea boot: they are tight-fitting, Cuban-heeled, ankle-high boots with a sharp pointed toe.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450288; added 2017-04-03)
i118004 “a strong artillery fortification with a rounded or circular plan of a similar height to the adjacent defensive walls.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450295; added 2017-04-03)
i118005 “a market's ability to facilitate an asset being sold quickly without having to reduce its price very much (or even at all).” (enwn-3.0:ens-439872; added 2017-04-03)
i118006 “a sustained increase in the money supply of a country (or currency area).” (enwn-3.0:ens-439873; added 2017-04-03)
i118007 “an object or collection exhibited to the public.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464800; added 2017-04-03)
i118008 “a type of reference electrode, commonly used in electrochemical measurements.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464818; added 2017-04-03)
i118009 “a transducer (or sensor) that converts the activity of a specific ion dissolved in a solution into an electrical potential, which can be measured by a voltmeter or pH meter.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464821; added 2017-04-03)
i118010 “a reference electrode based on the reaction between elemental mercury and mercury(I) chloride.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464824; added 2017-04-03)
i118011 “a type of ion-selective electrode made of a doped glass membrane that is sensitive to a specific ion.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464839; added 2017-04-03)
i118012 “a hydrocarbon with a double or triple covalent bond between adjacent carbon atoms.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464847; added 2017-04-03)
i118013 “a hydrocarbon with the formula (C6H5)3CH.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464849; added 2017-04-03)
i118014 “a redox electrode which forms the basis of the thermodynamic scale of oxidation-reduction potentials.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464844; added 2017-04-03)
i118015 “an electrode that responds to the excitation signal without affecting the composition of the solution being measured.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464845; added 2017-04-03)
i118016 “an electrode which has a stable and well-known electrode potential.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464840; added 2017-04-03)
i118017 “(chemistry, physics) an electrode in which hydrogen gas is adsorbed on platinum.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464842; added 2017-04-03)
i118018 “Any of various clasps and clips used for holding hair in place.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450203; added 2017-04-03)
i118019 “a cabinet for storing pipes, tobacco, and smoking accessories.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464858; added 2017-04-03)
i118020 “a conductor embedded in the earth to provide an electrical connection with the ground.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464855; added 2017-04-03)
i118021 “an electrode in a vacuum tube that serves as an electron multiplier through secondary emission.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464856; added 2017-04-03)
i118022 “a cyclic group of atoms with the formula C6H5.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464851; added 2017-04-03)
i118023 “a cathode electrode which is heated to make it emit electrons due to thermionic emission.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464853; added 2017-04-03)
i118024 “any hard or makeshift bed.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464866; added 2017-04-03)
i118025 “a sofa formed from multiple sections (typically two, three, and four) and usually includes at least two pieces that join at an angle of 90 degrees or slightly greater, used to wrap around walls or other furniture.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464861; added 2017-04-03)
i118026 “a print made by chromolithography.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450228; added 2017-04-03)
i118027 “a type of chromolithograph, using oil paint on canvas, that attempts to imitate oil painting.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450229; added 2017-04-03)
i118028 “a thick heavy waterproof woolen fabric, used to make garments, especially coats.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450225; added 2017-04-03)
i118029 “a flag designated for use on ships, boats, and other watercraft.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450222; added 2017-04-03)
i118030 “A small handheld mirror usually in a round metal or plastic case; mostly used to touch up make up outside the house.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450230; added 2017-04-03)
i118031 “a seat that folds away so as to occupy less space.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464871; added 2017-04-03)
i118032 “The One Ring is an artefact that appears as the central plot element in J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (1954–55).” (enwn-3.0:ens-450236; added 2017-04-03)
i118033 “Any of the three fictional brilliant jewels composed of the unmarred light of the Two Trees in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450234; added 2017-04-03)
i118034 “a small Roman detached fort or fortlet used as a watch tower or signal station.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425370; added 2017-04-03)
i118035 “a robust physical marker that identifies the start of a land boundary or the change in a boundary.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425372; added 2017-04-03)
i118036 “A yeast dough is any dough made with the use of yest.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425375; added 2017-04-03)
i118037 “a type of fortification structure; usually takes the form of a low blockhouse, often partly sunk into the floor of the ditch, projecting outward into the ditch with access from the main fortress via a passage through the curtain wall.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425376; added 2017-04-03)
i118038 “a part of a horse harness that is used to distribute the load around a horse's neck and shoulders when pulling a wagon or plough.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450397; added 2017-04-03)
i118039 “(nautical) the stern structure behind the mizzenmast and above the transom on large sailing ships which usually houses the captain's cabin and perhaps additional cabins.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425360; added 2017-04-03)
i118040 “a hollow, tube-shaped variety of body piercing jewellery usually used in stretched or scalpelled piercings.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425350; added 2017-04-03)
i118041 “the representation of any form, as by drawing, painting, modelling, carving, embroidering, etc.; especially, a representation of the human body.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464928; added 2017-04-03)
i118042 “an organic compound with the formula CH3(CH2)2CHO.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464929; added 2017-04-03)
i118043 “one of the three isomers of hydroxybenzaldehyde with the chemical formula C6H4CHO-2-OH.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464924; added 2017-04-03)
i118044 “an ornamented cupboard or box in which, in some Christian churches, the Eucharist is "reserved" (stored).” (enwn-3.0:ens-464926; added 2017-04-03)
i118045 “an especially large or powerful person, animal or thing.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464946; added 2017-04-03)
i118046 “A generally waterproof, or water-resistant boot; in almost all cases, it has a high side which keeps the snow from entering the boot, and a rubber sole, to keep water out.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450309; added 2017-04-03)
i118047 “an alcohol containing multiple hydroxyl groups.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464953; added 2017-04-03)
i118048 “a line or rope used for towing a vehicle.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464951; added 2017-04-03)
i118049 “a boot that reaches to or just above the ankle.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450317; added 2017-04-03)
i118050 “Women's boots slightly shorter than ankle lenght; this term is often used interchangeably with ankle boot.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450318; added 2017-04-03)
i118051 “A traditional Russian winter boot, made from wool felt; valenki are not water-resistant, and are often worn with galoshes to keep water out and protect the soles from wear and tear.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450312; added 2017-04-03)
i118052 “A low-heeled shoe or boot traditionally characterised by multiple-piece, sturdy leather uppers with decorative perforations (or "broguing") and serration along the pieces' visible edges.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450314; added 2017-04-03)
i118053 “A shoe designed for tap dance.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450310; added 2017-04-03)
i118054 “works, usually written works, that are of unknown authorship, or of doubtful authenticity, or spurious, or not considered to be within a particular canon.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464969; added 2017-04-03)
i118055 “A close-fitting, ankle-high boot with an elastic side panel.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450323; added 2017-04-03)
i118056 “A type of wide heel that is usually square; comes in various heights.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450338; added 2017-04-03)
i118057 “A kitten heel is a type of low stiletto heel, popularized by Audrey Hepburn.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450334; added 2017-04-03)
i118058 “an axle which turns but does not communicate motion.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450335; added 2017-04-03)
i118059 “a rod that connects the driving wheels of a locomotive.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450336; added 2017-04-03)
i118060 “on a steam locomotive, an axle connecting a coupled pair of unpowered wheels located behind the driving wheels.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450330; added 2017-04-03)
i118061 “A woman’s shoe with a thin, high tapering heel.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450331; added 2017-04-03)
i118062 “A type of short chunky heel.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450340; added 2017-04-03)
i118063 “a verb in the imperative mood.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464988; added 2017-04-03)
i118064 “a metal bar in the shape of the letter U with screw threads on both ends.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450345; added 2017-04-03)
i118065 “The bottom end of a heel, usually made of plastic or metal.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450348; added 2017-04-03)
i118066 “a machine which winnows grain.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450342; added 2017-04-03)
i118067 “A tribute paid to a lord out of the belongings of a tenant who died, often consisting of a live animal or, originally, military equipment that he had been lent during his lifetime.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464990; added 2017-04-03)
i118068 “a full-scale structural altar, with or without an inserted altar stone, that can be moved.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464906; added 2017-04-03)
i118069 “a solid, flat plate used as the main horizontal reference plane for precision inspection, marking out (layout), and tooling setup.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464908; added 2017-04-03)
i118070 “any of a class of polymers produced from a simple olefin (also called an alkene with the general formula CnH2n) as a monomer.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464909; added 2017-04-03)
i118071 “the smallest possible molecule that contains both an aldehyde group and a hydroxyl group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464914; added 2017-04-03)
i118072 “a table used by woodworkers to hold workpieces while they are worked by other tools.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464916; added 2017-04-03)
i118073 “an organic compound that gives cinnamon its flavor and odor.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464910; added 2017-04-03)
i118074 “a cabinet in which alcoholic beverages are kept.” (enwn-3.0:ens-464911; added 2017-04-03)
i118075 “In statiagraphy, the Middle Jurassic (also sometimes referred to as Dogger) is a series that corresponds to the Middle Jurassic epoch.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439924; added 2017-04-03)
i118076 “The Middle Jurassic is the second epoch of the Jurassic Period; it lasted from 176 to 161 million years ago.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439925; added 2017-04-03)
i118077 “In statiagraphy, the Upper Jurassic (also sometimes referred to as Malm) is a series that corresponds to the Late Jurassic epoch.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439917; added 2017-04-03)
i118078 “In chronostratigraphy, the Lower Jurassic (also named Lias) is the oldest series in The Jurassic Series; it corresponds to the Early Jurassic epoch.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439913; added 2017-04-03)
i118079 “The Early Jurassic epoch (in chronostratigraphy corresponding to the Lower Jurassic series) is the earliest of three epochs of the Jurassic period.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439914; added 2017-04-03)
i118080 “In the geologic timescale, the Bajocian is an age or stage in the Middle Jurassic.” (enwn-3.0:ens-439900; added 2017-04-03)
i118081 “A navigational widget for switching between the windows of web browsers, text editors etc.; modeled after traditional card tabs inserted in paper files or card indexes.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450481; added 2017-04-03)
i118082 “A widget (or control) is an element of interaction in a graphical user interface (GUI), such as a button or a scroll bar.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450484; added 2017-04-03)
i118083 “The planning and creation of websites which encompasses such disciplines as web graphic design; interface design; authoring, including standardised code and proprietary software; user experience design; and search engine optimization.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450491; added 2017-04-03)
i118084 “the part of graphic design that deals in the arrangement of visual elements on a page.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450490; added 2017-04-03)
i118085 “a cloak worn by the Romans, akin to the poncho of the modern Spaniards and Spanish Americans, originally worn only by slaves, soldiers and other people of low degree.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425492; added 2017-04-03)
i118086 “a type of awning used in Roman times, stretched over the whole of the cavea, the seating area in the Colosseum, to protect spectators from the elements.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425495; added 2017-04-03)
i118087 “a common single-cell battery used in myriad electronic devices of all variety.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425498; added 2017-04-03)
i118088 “the military standard bearing a Christian monogram used by Constantine the Great.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425484; added 2017-04-03)
i118089 “the rising tower in the Hindu temple architecture of North India.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425461; added 2017-04-03)
i118090 “a shrine or building found in some Hindu temples resembling the shape of a huge chariot of the same name.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425453; added 2017-04-03)
i118091 “a style of shoe that is backless and often closed-toed; can be any heel height - from flat to high.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450405; added 2017-04-03)
i118092 “a shoe that is backless and open-toed, essentially an open-toed mule.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450406; added 2017-04-03)
i118093 “(nautical) a metal ring having a groove at its outer edge for a rope or cable.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450400; added 2017-04-03)
i118094 “a mechanical or electrical device for disabling mines.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450401; added 2017-04-03)
i118095 “A type of heavy leather lace-up boot adopted mainly by heavy metal, punk and goth subcultures; comes in different colors and heights which are measured in the number of eyelets.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450402; added 2017-04-03)
i118096 “a spiked steel frame strapped to the boot to help in climbing trees, or poles.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450403; added 2017-04-03)
i118097 “A climbing shoe is a specialized type of footwear designed for rock climbing.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450416; added 2017-04-03)
i118098 “A card scraper is a woodworking shaping and finishing tool; it is used to manually remove small amounts of material and excels in tricky grain areas where hand planes would cause tear out.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450431; added 2017-04-03)
i118099 “An acoustic waveguide is a physical structure for guiding sound waves.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450448; added 2017-04-03)
i118100 “A wallpaper or background (also known as a desktop wallpaper, desktop background, desktop picture or desktop image on computers) is a digital image (photo, drawing etc.) used as a decorative background of a graphical user interface on the screen of a computer, mobile communications device or other electronic device.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450449; added 2017-04-03)
i118101 “a corkscrew-like device used to remove unspent charges from the barrel of a musket.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450447; added 2017-04-03)
i118102 “In computing, the kernel is a computer program that manages I/O (input/output) requests from software, and translates them into data processing instructions for the central processing unit and other electronic components of a computer.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450459; added 2017-04-03)
i118103 “Mac OS X Leopard (version 10.5) is the sixth major release of Mac OS X, Apple's desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450457; added 2017-04-03)
i118104 “A keyboard layout is any specific mechanical, visual, or functional arrangement of the keys, legends, or key-meaning associations (respectively) of a computer, typewriter, or other typographic keyboard.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450468; added 2017-04-03)
i118105 “a device that is designed to break or circumvent city walls and other fortifications in siege warfare.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450469; added 2017-04-03)
i118106 “Utility software is system software designed to help analyze, configure, optimize or maintain a computer.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450462; added 2017-04-03)
i118107 “In user interface design, a modal window is a graphical control element subordinate to an application's main window which creates a mode where the main window can't be used.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450471; added 2017-04-03)
i118108 “a specialized siege engine with wheels, constructed to protect assailants and ladders while approaching the defensive walls of a fortification.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450477; added 2017-04-03)
i118109 “a large caliber, muzzle-loading cannon or mortar used in medieval times during sieges to throw stone balls at opponent’s walls.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450474; added 2017-04-03)
i118110 “a medical diagnostic device for visual field testing.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425446; added 2017-04-03)
i118111 “a jack used for lifting, pulling, or forcing, consisting of a compact portable hydrostatic press, with its pump and a reservoir containing a supply of liquid, as oil.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425440; added 2017-04-03)
i118112 “Cervical mucus is a secretion produced by cervix.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425442; added 2017-04-03)
i118113 “special linen which pertain to the Eucharist.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425412; added 2017-04-03)
i118114 “a white linen cloth which is used to wipe the chalice after each communicant partakes.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425413; added 2017-04-03)
i118115 “a formal document emanating from the Pope, in a somewhat simpler and more modern form than a Papal Bull.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425410; added 2017-04-03)
i118116 “Rubberized asphalt concrete (RAC), also known as asphalt rubber or just rubberized asphalt, is pavement material that consists of regular asphalt concrete mixed with crumb rubber made from recycled tires.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425416; added 2017-04-03)
i118117 “a tool that uses leverage to achieve greater velocity in dart-throwing, and includes a bearing surface which allows the user to temporarily store energy during the throw.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425408; added 2017-04-03)
i118118 “a torpedo that aims itself by listening for characteristic sounds of its target or by searching for it using sonar.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425570; added 2017-04-03)
i118119 “an oblong, usually concave lure, usually made of metal or a shell, shaped like the bowl of a spoon, used to attract fish by reflecting light and moving randomly.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425572; added 2017-04-03)
i118120 “fascinated by a famous person” (enwn-3.0:ens-267745; added 2017-04-03)
i118121 “a machine that strips bark from logs.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450534; added 2017-04-03)
i118122 “a machine for removing bark from wooden logs by the use of water under a pressure of 100 psia (6.8 atmospheres) or greater.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450535; added 2017-04-03)
i118123 “A small vise used in jewelry making.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450543; added 2017-04-03)
i118124 “a small vise held in the hand in doing small work.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450541; added 2017-04-03)
i118125 “A vise that can be rotated.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450542; added 2017-04-03)
i118126 “A type of slip-joint pliers with serrated jaws generally set 45– to 60-degrees from the handles.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450558; added 2017-04-03)
i118127 “A good quality natural sharpening stone produced in Belgium.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450554; added 2017-04-03)
i118128 “wooden, plastic or foam pieces of various shapes (square, cylinder, arch, triangle, etc.) and colors that are used as construction toys.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450565; added 2017-04-03)
i118129 “a small dowel inside the instrument under the treble end of the bridge, spanning the space between the top and back plates and held in place by friction.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450570; added 2017-04-03)
i118130 “the short or knotted fibres that are separated from the long fibres, or staple, by combing.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450577; added 2017-04-03)
i118131 “a pipe wrench used to rotate plumbing pipes.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450582; added 2017-04-03)
i118132 “a crane with a forklift type mechanism used in automated (computer controlled) warehouses (known as an automated storage and retrieval system).” (enwn-3.0:ens-450588; added 2017-04-03)
i118133 “a small square linen cloth usually embroidered with a cross, used to keep dust and insects from falling into the Eucharistic elements.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450519; added 2017-04-03)
i118134 “a sensor of light or other electromagnetic energy.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425561; added 2017-04-03)
i118135 “a liturgical vestment of the Eastern Orthodox and Eastern Catholic Churches, roughly analogous in function to the alb of the Western Church.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425554; added 2017-04-03)
i118136 “an almost horizontal roof in contrast to the many types of sloped roofs.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425558; added 2017-04-03)
i118137 “an organic compound of the form R'R''C=C=O.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425534; added 2017-04-03)
i118138 “A green crystalline substance formed by the union of quinone with hydroquinone, or as an intermediate product in the oxidation of hydroquinone or the reduction of quinone.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425530; added 2017-04-03)
i118139 “Hydronalium is a family of aluminium-magnesium alloys.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425531; added 2017-04-03)
i118140 “any salt of chlorous acid.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425528; added 2017-04-03)
i118141 “a fixed-wing aircraft equipped with three vertically stacked wing planes.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425513; added 2017-04-03)
i118142 “a single cell cylindrical dry battery, commonly used in portable electronic devices.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425501; added 2017-04-03)
i118143 “an ornamental projecting band or continuous moulding along a wall.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459051; added 2017-04-03)
i118144 “a footrope on a square rigged sailing ship that is found at the extreme outer end of the yard.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459060; added 2017-04-03)
i118145 “a rope attached to a yard that sailors stand on during the reefing or furling of sail.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459061; added 2017-04-03)
i118146 “A mechanical switching device for earthing parts of an electric circuit, capable of withstanding for a specified duration electric currents under abnormal conditions such as those of short-circuit, but not required to carry electric current under normal conditions of the electric circuit.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459064; added 2017-04-03)
i118147 “a part lace, made in pieces, with the designs later joined together to make the final lace.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459066; added 2017-04-03)
i118148 “a sword that usually has a curved, single-edged blade and a rather large hand guard, covering the knuckles of the hand as well as the thumb and forefinger.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459091; added 2017-04-03)
i118149 “a continuous bobbin lace from France that is made of silk.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459085; added 2017-04-03)
i118150 “a type of bobbin lace; it connects the motifs with bars or plaits rather than net or mesh.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459087; added 2017-04-03)
i118151 “an ancient stringed instrument known from Greek and Roman classics related to the lyre.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459089; added 2017-04-03)
i118152 “An instrument for measuring the degree of hardness; especially, an instrument for testing the relative hardness of steel rails and the like.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459093; added 2017-04-03)
i118153 “an instrument, such as a specially calibrated hydrometer, for determining the percentage of alcohol in a liqui.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459094; added 2017-04-03)
i118154 “A measuring equipment used to test concrete's strength.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459095; added 2017-04-03)
i118155 “A finderscope is an aiming device used in astronomy, typically a small auxiliary telescope mounted on the main astronomical telescope along the same line of sight.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459097; added 2017-04-03)
i118156 “A heat meter is a device which measures thermal energy provided by a source or delivered to a sink, by measuring the flow rate of the heat transfer fluid and the change in its temperature (ΔT) between the outflow and return legs of the system.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459098; added 2017-04-03)
i118157 “a framed altarpiece, raised slightly above the back of the altar or communion table, on which are placed the cross, ceremonial candlesticks and other ornaments.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459099; added 2017-04-03)
i118158 “a small amount of gunpowder in a paper strip or plastic cup for use in a toy gun.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450646; added 2017-04-03)
i118159 “A thin curtain that allows light into a room but prevents people outside from seeing inside.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450647; added 2017-04-03)
i118160 “a toy gun that creates a loud sound simulating a gunshot and a puff of smoke when the trigger is pulled.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450643; added 2017-04-03)
i118161 “fabric of cotton, silk, etc., used for clothing, and curtains.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450653; added 2017-04-03)
i118162 “A steam boiler having two flues which contain the furnaces and extend through the boiler from end to end.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450654; added 2017-04-03)
i118163 “a type of cloak worn by the Romans (originally a military cloak, but during the empire it begun to be worn by the middle class), fastened on the right shoulder.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450655; added 2017-04-03)
i118164 “A short, usually sheer curtain hanging from a rod installed in the middle of a window.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450650; added 2017-04-03)
i118165 “A fan heater is a heater that works by using a fan to pass air over a heat source (e.g. a heating element).” (enwn-3.0:ens-450652; added 2017-04-03)
i118166 “A Brazilian variety of machete.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450664; added 2017-04-03)
i118167 “A butterfly knife, also known as a balisong or fan knife, is a folding pocket knife with two handles counter-rotating around the tang such that, when closed, the blade is concealed within grooves in the handles.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450667; added 2017-04-03)
i118168 “a type of primary batteries dependent upon the reaction between zinc and manganese dioxide.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450660; added 2017-04-03)
i118169 “A scalpel used for arts and crafts.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450662; added 2017-04-03)
i118170 “any identity card which may be used to verify aspects of a student's personal identity.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450675; added 2017-04-03)
i118171 “A single-edged knife or sword used by the Anglo-Saxons for fighting and hunting.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450677; added 2017-04-03)
i118172 “a type of kitchen knife specialized for the cutting of cheese.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450680; added 2017-04-03)
i118173 “A puukko is a small traditional Finnish belt knife with a single curving cutting edge and a flat back.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450681; added 2017-04-03)
i118174 “a stool that is used for sitting which is often taller than a chair and usually with a foot rest, commonly placed in bars and in front of kitchen counters.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450686; added 2017-04-03)
i118175 “Any knife used in gardening.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450682; added 2017-04-03)
i118176 “A boning knife is a type of kitchen knife with a sharp point and narrow blade; it is used in food preparation for removing the bones of poultry, meat, and fish.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450683; added 2017-04-03)
i118177 “a considerably big knife used for chopping or mincing meat, vegetables, etc.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450684; added 2017-04-03)
i118178 “the way a person views themself.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459018; added 2017-04-03)
i118179 “A personal organizer, day planner, personal analog assistant, personal planner, year planner, or agenda, is a small book or binder that is designed to be portable; it usually contains a diary, calendar, address book, blank paper, and other sections.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450690; added 2017-04-03)
i118180 “a type of whistle that emits sound in the ultrasonic range, which people cannot hear but some other animals can, including dogs and domestic cats, and is used in their training.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450699; added 2017-04-03)
i118181 “(of ships and wind) a unit of speed equal to one nautical mile per hour or about 1.15 statute miles per hour” (enwn-3.0:ens-366875; added 2017-04-03)
i118182 “A carpenting tool consisting of a long arm and a shorter one, which meet at an angle of 90 degrees.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450618; added 2017-04-03)
i118183 “a recorded song or instrumental released as a single that has become very popular.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450616; added 2017-04-03)
i118184 “a device that carries out carbonation.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450611; added 2017-04-03)
i118185 “lengths of rope or fabric used to hold a stowed sail in place.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450629; added 2017-04-03)
i118186 “a photograph of the ground taken from an elevated position.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450638; added 2017-04-03)
i118187 “elbow-shaped pasta” (enwn-3.0:ens-411031; added 2017-04-03)
i118188 “the end of a century, especially the 19th century” (enwn-3.0:ens-366813; added 2017-04-03)
i118189 “Caffè macchiato , sometimes called espresso macchiato is an espresso coffee drink with a small amount of milk added, today usually foamed milk.” (enwn-3.0:ens-411017; added 2017-04-03)
i118190 “a theoretical type of "salted bomb": a nuclear weapon designed to produce enhanced amounts of radioactive fallout, intended to contaminate a large area with radioactive material.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425663; added 2017-04-03)
i118191 “juice extracted from elderberries, fruits of black elder.” (enwn-3.0:ens-411029; added 2017-04-03)
i118192 “A one-handed weapon having a separate striking head attached to a handle by a flexible rope, strap, or chain.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425653; added 2017-04-03)
i118193 “a late medieval weapon of war intended for close combat action, whose design resembles the hammer.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425650; added 2017-04-03)
i118194 “a type of war hammer that had a very long spike on the reverse of the hammer head.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425659; added 2017-04-03)
i118195 “a US cut of beef of the teres major muscle from the blade of the shoulder (chuck).” (enwn-3.0:ens-411022; added 2017-04-03)
i118196 “a stone disk, usually with ridges on the rim, that sits atop a temple's main tower (Sikhara).” (enwn-3.0:ens-425642; added 2017-04-03)
i118197 “a type of armoured fighting vehicle used to carry infantry into battle and provide direct fire support.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425644; added 2017-04-03)
i118198 “Pastırma or bastırma or basturma is a highly seasoned, air-dried cured beef of Anatolian origin which is now part of the cuisines of the former Ottoman countries.” (enwn-3.0:ens-411001; added 2017-04-03)
i118199 “A pickled cucumber (commonly known as a pickle in the United States and Canada or generically as gherkins in the United Kingdom) is a cucumber that has been pickled in a brine, vinegar, or other solution and left to ferment for a period of time, by either immersing the cucumbers in an acidic solution or through souring by lacto-fermentation.” (enwn-3.0:ens-411003; added 2017-04-03)
i118200 “a circular cargo and passenger carrying boat made of wickerwork, used on the Tigris and Euphrates since ancient times.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459173; added 2017-04-03)
i118201 “a steamer for heat treatment of feeds before feeding them to farm animals, no longer used.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459181; added 2017-04-03)
i118202 “Dijon mustard originated in 1856, when Jean Naigeon of Dijon substituted verjuice, the acidic "green" juice of unripe grapes, for vinegar in the traditional mustard recipe.” (enwn-3.0:ens-411171; added 2017-04-03)
i118203 “Kukicha, or twig tea, also known as bōcha , is a Japanese blend made of stems, stalks, and twigs.” (enwn-3.0:ens-411172; added 2017-04-03)
i118204 “Guarana is a climbing plant in the maple family, Sapindaceae, native to the Amazon basin and especially common in Brazil.” (enwn-3.0:ens-411187; added 2017-04-03)
i118205 “A plug intended for washbasins, bath tubs and other similar water containers.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450769; added 2017-04-03)
i118206 “A dildo is a sex toy, often explicitly phallic in appearance, intended for bodily penetration during masturbation or sex with partners.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450765; added 2017-04-03)
i118207 “an instrument which sets the fuze time on projectiles with mechanical time fuzes.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450760; added 2017-04-03)
i118208 “art consisting of a painting or carving (especially an altarpiece) on seven panels (usually hinged together).” (enwn-3.0:ens-459108; added 2017-04-03)
i118209 “art consisting of a painting or carving (especially an altarpiece) on eight panels (usually hinged together).” (enwn-3.0:ens-459109; added 2017-04-03)
i118210 “a type of fairlead used for guiding anchor lines.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450774; added 2017-04-03)
i118211 “A frequency counter is an electronic instrument, or component of one, that is used for measuring frequency.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459100; added 2017-04-03)
i118212 “a passenger rail transport service that primarily operates between a city centre, and the middle to outer suburbs beyond 15 km (10 miles) and commuter towns.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450775; added 2017-04-03)
i118213 “A small, slender pipette used for transferring or measuring minute amounts of fluid.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459102; added 2017-04-03)
i118214 “(art) a work consisting of multiple painted or carved panels joined together, often with hinges.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459103; added 2017-04-03)
i118215 “art consisting of a painting or carving (especially an altarpiece) on four panels (usually hinged together).” (enwn-3.0:ens-459104; added 2017-04-03)
i118216 “art consisting of a painting or carving (especially an altarpiece) on five panels (usually hinged together).” (enwn-3.0:ens-459106; added 2017-04-03)
i118217 “art consisting of a painting or carving (especially an altarpiece) on six panels (usually hinged together).” (enwn-3.0:ens-459107; added 2017-04-03)
i118218 “a flat tapestry-woven carpet or rug, produced from the Balkans to Pakistan.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459110; added 2017-04-03)
i118219 “A measuring device that used Abbe's principle; used for dimensional measurements.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459112; added 2017-04-03)
i118220 “An instrument used to record an echogram.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459113; added 2017-04-03)
i118221 “An instrument for measuring the diameters of minute particles or fibers, from the size of the colored rings produced by the diffraction of the light in which the objects are viewed.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459114; added 2017-04-03)
i118222 “Any toy intended to be used on a beach or in a sand pit to play with sand.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450781; added 2017-04-03)
i118223 “An esthesiometer (British spelling aesthesiometer) is a device for measuring the tactile sensitivity of the skin (or mouth, or eye, etc.).” (enwn-3.0:ens-459115; added 2017-04-03)
i118224 “A capacitance meter is a piece of electronic test equipment used to measure capacitance, mainly of discrete capacitors.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459117; added 2017-04-03)
i118225 “a device that renders visible the vibrations of sound wave.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459118; added 2017-04-03)
i118226 “A toy consisting of a several feet long rubber band tied in a circle; it is used to play a game which bears the same name as the toy.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450784; added 2017-04-03)
i118227 “An ultrasonic thickness gauge is a measuring instrument for the non-destructive investigation of a material's thickness using ultrasonic waves.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459124; added 2017-04-03)
i118228 “A device for germinating seeds.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459127; added 2017-04-03)
i118229 “A square wooden frame used in archaeology.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459128; added 2017-04-03)
i118230 “a twilled silk fabric used mostly for lining parts of gentlemen's coats.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459130; added 2017-04-03)
i118231 “A device that offsets or counterbalances a destabilising factor.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459132; added 2017-04-03)
i118232 “(printing) a piece of type with several uncombined characters cast on it.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459133; added 2017-04-03)
i118233 “an instrument used to determine the specific gravity of woo.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459134; added 2017-04-03)
i118234 “A machine for use in making topographical maps.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459135; added 2017-04-03)
i118235 “A methanometer is an instrument used to measure methane gas in the air of a mine.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459136; added 2017-04-03)
i118236 “A meteorograph is an instrument that records various meteorological conditions simultaneously, such as temperature, pressure, and humidity.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459137; added 2017-04-03)
i118237 “A monochord is an ancient musical and scientific laboratory instrument.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459142; added 2017-04-03)
i118238 “a measuring instrument used to measure a surface's profile, in order to quantify its roughness.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459144; added 2017-04-03)
i118239 “a woven fabric (usually cotton) used for book covers.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459158; added 2017-04-03)
i118240 “a part of a book, most often found with hardcover bindings, that consists of a small cord or strip of material affixed near the spine to provide structural reinforcement and sometimes decorative effect.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459164; added 2017-04-03)
i118241 “an endband along the top edge of the book (as a book is standing upright).” (enwn-3.0:ens-459165; added 2017-04-03)
i118242 “an endband along the bottom edge of the book (as a book is standing upright).” (enwn-3.0:ens-459167; added 2017-04-03)
i118243 “a compact, simple sled that lacks steering or brakes.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425727; added 2017-04-03)
i118244 “a peer-reviewed periodical in which scholarship relating to a particular academic discipline is published.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425728; added 2017-04-03)
i118245 “(astronomy) a series of star maps for different times, for example, for each month; the maps are generally drawn to a small scale and in book form.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425729; added 2017-04-03)
i118246 “a form of hymn performed in the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Eastern Catholic Churches that follow the Byzantine Rite.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425723; added 2017-04-03)
i118247 “rough natural leather with velvety touch, used for footwear, clothing, upholstery.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450706; added 2017-04-03)
i118248 “A small calendar designed to fit in a pocket or a wallet; it comes in various versions, from a simple plastic card, to a booklet or a notebook.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450708; added 2017-04-03)
i118249 “A notebook used for storing contact information.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450702; added 2017-04-03)
i118250 “A notebook with a coil binding.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450717; added 2017-04-03)
i118251 “A cock ring made of leather and animal hair.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450758; added 2017-04-03)
i118252 “A vibrating sex toy intended for vaginal, clitoral, or anal stimulation; comes in various shapes and sizes.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450759; added 2017-04-03)
i118253 “A sex toy is an object or device that is primarily used to facilitate human sexual pleasure, such as a dildo or vibrator.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450753; added 2017-04-03)
i118254 “A cock ring is a ring that can be placed around a penis, usually at the base, primarily to slow the flow of blood from the erect penile tissue, thus maintaining an erection for a much longer period of time.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450755; added 2017-04-03)
i118255 “a traditional fruit brandy in the countries of the Carpathian Basin, known under several names, and invented in the Middle Ages.” (enwn-3.0:ens-411160; added 2017-04-03)
i118256 “Dianhong tea is a type of relatively high end gourmet Chinese black tea sometimes used in various tea blends and grown in Yunnan Province, China.” (enwn-3.0:ens-411165; added 2017-04-03)
i118257 “a strong liquor made from rowan infusion with the addition of natural caramel, wine distillate and fruit distillates.” (enwn-3.0:ens-411148; added 2017-04-03)
i118258 “an uncoated, machine-finished paperboard, used for printing documents, brochures, promotional materials and envelopes.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425778; added 2017-04-03)
i118259 “a value that has been adjusted from a nominal value to remove the effects of general price level changes over time and is thus measured in terms of the general price level in some reference year (the base year).” (enwn-3.0:ens-411144; added 2017-04-03)
i118260 “an economic value expressed in historical nominal monetary terms.” (enwn-3.0:ens-411146; added 2017-04-03)
i118261 “Kaymak, kajmak, kajmarak, kaimak, keimach, qeymağ, geymar, or gaimar is a Central Asian, Balkan, Turkic and Turkish creamy dairy product, similar to clotted cream.” (enwn-3.0:ens-411147; added 2017-04-03)
i118262 “a still picture in the course of a movie or television film, made by running a series of identical frames or by stopping a reel or videotape at one desired frame.” (enwn-3.0:ens-411142; added 2017-04-03)
i118263 “a computer-based device dedicated to delivering video.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425764; added 2017-04-03)
i118264 “an unconventional arrangement of the tail control surfaces that replaces the traditional fin and horizontal surfaces with two surfaces set in a V-shaped configuration when viewed from the front or rear of the aircraft.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425765; added 2017-04-03)
i118265 “a fully movable aircraft stabilizer that serves the usual functions of longitudinal stability, control and stick force requirements otherwise performed by the separate fixed and movable parts of a conventional horizontal stabilizer.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425769; added 2017-04-03)
i118266 “a chemical compound derived from cellulose.” (enwn-3.0:ens-411122; added 2017-04-03)
i118267 “a firearm that has a needle-like firing pin, which can pass through the paper cartridge case to strike a percussion cap at the bullet base.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425731; added 2017-04-03)
i118268 “a book or listing that contains a collection of scripture readings appointed for Christian or Judaic worship on a given day or occasion.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425733; added 2017-04-03)
i118269 “A laser Doppler vibrometer (LDV) is a scientific instrument that is used to make non-contact vibration measurements of a surface.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459290; added 2017-04-03)
i118270 “a device that indicates a change in temperature, esp one that does not measure the actual temperatur.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459292; added 2017-04-03)
i118271 “A solarimeter is a pyranometer, a type of measuring device used to measure combined direct and diffuse solar radiation.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459293; added 2017-04-03)
i118272 “A snow gauge is a type of instrument used to gather and measure the amount of solid precipitation over a set period of time.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459294; added 2017-04-03)
i118273 “A large instrument consisting of one fixed and one movable arm on a graduated stock, used for measuring the diameters of logs.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459295; added 2017-04-03)
i118274 “having a sharp cutting edge or point; "a keen blade"” (enwn-3.0:ens-267417; added 2017-04-03)
i118275 “a type of candle or lantern that is lit in memory of the dead or to commemorate solemn events.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450887; added 2017-04-03)
i118276 “a diaper made to be worn by a person with a body larger than that of an infant or toddler, necessary for adults with various conditions, such as incontinence, mobility impairment, severe diarrhea or dementia.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459214; added 2017-04-03)
i118277 “A pointing device is an input interface (specifically a human interface device) that allows a user to input spatial (i.e., continuous and multi-dimensional) data to a computer.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450895; added 2017-04-03)
i118278 “A pointing stick is an isometric joystick used as a pointing device, as with a touchpad or trackball, and typically mounted in a computer keyboard.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450896; added 2017-04-03)
i118279 “A touchpad or trackpad is a pointing device featuring a tactile sensor, a specialized surface that can translate the motion and position of a user's fingers to a relative position on the operating system that is outputted to the screen.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450898; added 2017-04-03)
i118280 “A computer mouse that is charged either by a built-in accumulator or batteries and communicates with the computer via bluetooth connection.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450891; added 2017-04-03)
i118281 “A computer mouse uses a light source, typically a light-emitting diode, and a light detector, such as an array of photodiodes or an image sensor, to detect movement relative to a surface.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450892; added 2017-04-03)
i118282 “A wireless computer mouse that is shaped like a pen.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450893; added 2017-04-03)
i118283 “A light gun is a pointing device for computers and a control device for arcade and video games, shaped as a pistol.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450894; added 2017-04-03)
i118284 “a puppet constructed around a central rod secured to the head, controlled by the puppeteer moving the metal rods attached to the hands of the puppet, any other limbs and by turning the central rod secured to the head.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459269; added 2017-04-03)
i118285 “a typecasting machine closely resembling the Linotype, and using the same matrices as the Linotype.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459270; added 2017-04-03)
i118286 “a type of yarn with a metallic appearance, made from synthetic film, onto which a metallic aluminium, silver, or gold layer has been vaporised.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459276; added 2017-04-03)
i118287 “fabric containing Lurex, which gives it a glittering appearance.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459277; added 2017-04-03)
i118288 “A Urinometer is a simple piece of equipment for determining urine specific gravity.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459278; added 2017-04-03)
i118289 “an instrument for measuring the amount of cream in mil.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459279; added 2017-04-03)
i118290 “the topmast next above the mizzenmast.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459281; added 2017-04-03)
i118291 “a figured stamp, die, or punch, used by goldsmiths, cutlers, etc.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459282; added 2017-04-03)
i118292 “an empennage configuration in which the horizontal surfaces (tailplane and elevators) are mounted to the top of the vertical stabilizer; the resulting arrangement looks like the capital letter T.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459284; added 2017-04-03)
i118293 “an unconventional arrangement of the tail control surfaces that replaces the traditional fin and horizontal surfaces with four surfaces set in an X-shaped configuration when viewed from the front or rear of the aircraft.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459287; added 2017-04-03)
i118294 “a machine used to seal products, packaging, and other thermoplastic materials using heat.” (enwn-3.0:ens-459289; added 2017-04-03)
i118295 “a type of dagger or short sword used mainly in the first millennium BC in the eastern Mediterranean region, especially by the Medes, Scythians and Persians, then by the Greeks.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425840; added 2017-04-03)
i118296 “a civilian explosive, generally comprising a 20/80 mixture of TNT and ammonium nitrate, used for quarrying or mining purposes.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425849; added 2017-04-03)
i118297 “a wooden barrier or fence used in jousting to prevent collisions and to keep the combatants at an optimal angle for breaking the lance.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450805; added 2017-04-03)
i118298 “A stuffed toy is a toy sewn from a textile, and stuffed with a soft material.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450806; added 2017-04-03)
i118299 “Barbie is a fashion doll manufactured by the American toy-company Mattel, Inc. and launched in March 1959.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450801; added 2017-04-03)
i118300 “an object of religious significance by Central Australian indigenous people of the Arrernte groups.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425846; added 2017-04-03)
i118301 “a small, hemispherical, form-fitting ecclesiastical skullcap worn by clerics of various Catholic Church rites and used by the higher clergy in Anglicanism as well as in the Syriac and Malankara Orthodox tradition.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425830; added 2017-04-03)
i118302 “a whip carried by a mounted rider; not intended to be used on the horse, but rather the lash is there to remind the hounds to stay away from the horse's hooves, and it can also be used as a communication device to the hounds.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450817; added 2017-04-03)
i118303 “a page that is devoid of content, and may be unexpected; serves purposes ranging from place-holding to space-filling and content separation.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450813; added 2017-04-03)
i118304 “a piece of soft paper on which a lock of hair is rolled up for curling.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425829; added 2017-04-03)
i118305 “a horse-drawn machine gun platform, usually a cart or an open wagon with a heavy machine gun installed in the back.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425825; added 2017-04-03)
i118306 “a torpedo that is electrically guided from the attacking vessel via thin wires connected between the torpedo and its guidance mechanism.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450838; added 2017-04-03)
i118307 “a type of rideable submarine used as secret naval weapon in World War II (the basic design is still in use today); has a propeller and hydroplanes at the rear, side hydroplanes in front, and a control panel and controls for its front rider; the riders steered the torpedo at slow speed to the enemy ship, and used the detachable warhead to attack.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450839; added 2017-04-03)
i118308 “a torpedo that carries a warhead of at least 450 kg, used primarily as a standoff weapon, particularly by submerged submarines.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450844; added 2017-04-03)
i118309 “A toy pistol or rifle that shoots cork bullets.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450846; added 2017-04-03)
i118310 “a very small opening in a window or other building envelope component to allow small amounts of ventilation in spaces intended to be naturally ventilated when major elements of the design - windows, doors, etc., are otherwise closed.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450851; added 2017-04-03)
i118311 “a tube that extends upwards from the bicycle frame to the saddle.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450854; added 2017-04-03)
i118312 “A plastic, colourful pony toy, first manufactured in 1981 under the name of My Pretty Pony.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450850; added 2017-04-03)
i118313 “A squeaky toy, squeak toy, squeaker toy, or squeeze toy, is a soft, hollow toy made from flexible materials such as rubber or vinyl, and usually equipped with a small device known as a squeaker.” (enwn-3.0:ens-450862; added 2017-04-03)
i118314 “the ability of a surface to emit radiant energy compared to that of a black body at the same temperature and with the same area.” (enwn-3.0:ens-411280; added 2017-04-03)
i118315 “a portable media player that has the ability to play more file types than just MP3.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425880; added 2017-04-03)
i118316 “cosmetic powder for the face that is stored in a compact.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425881; added 2017-04-03)
i118317 “a small, handheld computing device, typically having a display screen with touch input and/or a miniature keyboard and weighing less than 2 pounds (0.91 kg).” (enwn-3.0:ens-425873; added 2017-04-03)
i118318 “a personal mobile device that allows the user to listen to recorded audio while mobile.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425876; added 2017-04-03)
i118319 “a small portable CD player with light headphones.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425877; added 2017-04-03)
i118320 “a portable audio device people can use to listen to songs saved in the MP3 format.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425879; added 2017-04-03)
i118321 “a filtration device generally used for smoking cannabis, tobacco, or other herbal substances.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425850; added 2017-04-03)
i118322 “a narrative, musical setting, or pictorial representation of Jesus's sufferings.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425855; added 2017-04-03)
i118323 “a term for sung musical settings, normally at least partly choral, of the Gospel texts covering the Passion of Jesus, the events leading up to the Crucifixion of Jesus, and emphasising his suffering.” (enwn-3.0:ens-425857; added 2017-04-03)
i118324 “a solution of various compositions of sulfur trioxide in sulfuric acid.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410099; added 2017-04-03)
i118325 “a bicyclic monoterpene chemical compound.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410096; added 2017-04-03)
i118326 “the units of measure to measure the quantity and traffic of transportation used in transportation statistics, planning, and their related fields.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410097; added 2017-04-03)
i118327 “monumental and decorative painting or sculpture; subject or ornamental.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424632; added 2017-04-03)
i118328 “a structure supporting a bridge deck.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424633; added 2017-04-03)
i118329 “a part of a building which projects prominently from the main mass, for example, a pavilion.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424638; added 2017-04-03)
i118330 “an oval or oblong design with a slightly convex surface, typically edged with ornamental scrollwork, used to hold a painted or low relief design.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424621; added 2017-04-03)
i118331 “a lamp with a circular hollow wick and glass chimney which allow a current of air both inside and outside of the flame.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424622; added 2017-04-03)
i118332 “a type of compressed air camera for making films.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424628; added 2017-04-03)
i118333 “an icon, today most often found as a large cloth, embroidered and often richly adorned, which is used during the services of Good Friday and Holy Saturday in the Eastern Orthodox Churches and those Eastern Catholic Churches which follow the Byzantine Rite.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424624; added 2017-04-03)
i118334 “Obscurantism is the practice of deliberately preventing the facts or the full details of some matter from becoming known.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424610; added 2017-04-03)
i118335 “A string quintet is a musical composition for a standard string quartet (two violins, a viola, and a cello) supplemented by a fifth string instrument, usually a second viola (a so-called "viola quintet") or a second cello (a "cello quintet"), but occasionally a double bass.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424604; added 2017-04-03)
i118336 “Barolo is a red wine produced in the northern Italian region of Piedmont.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410041; added 2017-04-03)
i118337 “Kassler or Kasseler in German cuisine is the name given to a salted (cured) and slightly smoked cut of pork.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410020; added 2017-04-03)
i118338 “Krambambula is an alcoholic drink or cocktail that is typically made in the home.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410034; added 2017-04-03)
i118339 “Citrofortunella microcarpa, the calamondin or calamansi, is a fruit tree in the family Rutaceae native Asia.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410005; added 2017-04-03)
i118340 “Bardolino is an Italian red wine produced along the chain of morainic hills in the province of Verona to the east of Lake Garda.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410012; added 2017-04-03)
i118341 “a unit of measure used in freight transport which determines the transport of one tonne of goods by a transport mode over one kilometer.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410103; added 2017-04-03)
i118342 “a fictional science in Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe which combines history, sociology, and mathematical statistics to make general predictions about the future behavior of very large groups of people.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424757; added 2017-04-03)
i118343 “(cycling) a water bottle that fits the bottle cage attached to the bicycle frame.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424758; added 2017-04-03)
i118344 “Prostacyclin (also called prostaglandin I2 or PGI2) is a prostaglandin member of the family of lipid molecules known as eicosanoids.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410112; added 2017-04-03)
i118345 “Suberin is a waxy substance found in higher plants.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410191; added 2017-04-03)
i118346 “a period of time past the deadline for fulfilling an obligation during which a penalty that would be imposed for being late is waived, especially an extended period granted as a special favor; "The payment had originally been due on April 1 but we had a grace period which expired in June."” (enwn-3.0:ens-365969; added 2017-04-03)
i118347 “an organic compound with the formula CH3OC6H5.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410194; added 2017-04-03)
i118348 “a Beta 2 adrenergic agonist designed to open up the airways to the lungs.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410196; added 2017-04-03)
i118349 “In parts of the English-speaking culinary world, the term "Speck" refers to Italian Speck, a type of prosciutto.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410160; added 2017-04-03)
i118350 “a type of plant pigment found in berries.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410170; added 2017-04-03)
i118351 “an alkene with the formula C10H20.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410171; added 2017-04-03)
i118352 “a primitive form of radio signal detector used in the first radio receivers during the wireless telegraphy era at the beginning of the 20th century.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424784; added 2017-04-03)
i118353 “a finely carved and decorated wooden seat where the clergy sit, stand or kneel during services.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424785; added 2017-04-03)
i118354 “a printed list of lines of computer code or digital data (in human-readable form).” (enwn-3.0:ens-424781; added 2017-04-03)
i118355 “a device for observing individual nuclear disintegrations caused by the interaction of ionizing radiation with a phosphor or scintillator.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424783; added 2017-04-03)
i118356 “a chemical compound containing a carbon–nitrogen double bond, with the nitrogen attached to a hydrogen atom (H) or an organic group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424788; added 2017-04-03)
i118357 “a space on the reverse of a coin or medal, usually below the central design and often giving the date and place of engraving.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424774; added 2017-04-03)
i118358 “the quantitative measurement of the reflection or transmission properties of a material as a function of wavelength.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424771; added 2017-04-03)
i118359 “dealt with; disposed of; "I'm so relieved that my midterm is out of the way"” (enwn-3.0:ens-268490; added 2017-04-03)
i118360 “an optoelectronic instrument used to characterize an optical fiber.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424777; added 2017-04-03)
i118361 “a bathing suit combining a tank top, mostly made of spandex-and-cotton or Lycra-and-nylon, and a bikini bottom introduced in the late 1990s.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424779; added 2017-04-03)
i118362 “an early photographic process introduced in 1841 by William Henry Fox Talbot, using paper coated with silver iodide.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424763; added 2017-04-03)
i118363 “a technique for determining the molecular weight of a substance by dissolving it and measuring the freezing point of the solution.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424765; added 2017-04-03)
i118364 “(of a woman or girl) slender and graceful like a sylph” (enwn-3.0:ens-268422; added 2017-04-03)
i118365 “a valve that automatically cuts off the flow of a liquid or gas at a certain pressure.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424914; added 2017-04-03)
i118366 “a synthetic plastic material manufactured by the interaction of casein and formaldehyde; it is odourless, insoluble in water, biodegradable, antiallergenic, antistatic and virtually nonflammable.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424918; added 2017-04-03)
i118367 “Polyhalite is an evaporite mineral, a hydrated sulfate of potassium, calcium and magnesium with formula: K2Ca2Mg(SO4)4·2H2O.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424820; added 2017-04-03)
i118368 “A phytoecdysteroid, sometimes called phytoecdysone, is any of a class of chemicals that plants synthesize for defense against phytophagous (plant eating) insects.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424811; added 2017-04-03)
i118369 “The term 'zooecdysone' refers to the molting hormones of insects.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424812; added 2017-04-03)
i118370 “Thermite is a pyrotechnic composition of metal powder, fuel and metal oxide.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424805; added 2017-04-03)
i118371 “the semi-circular or triangular decorative wall surface over an entrance, bounded by a lintel and arch.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424800; added 2017-04-03)
i118372 “a type of frame drum or tambourine from ancient Greece and Rome.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424801; added 2017-04-03)
i118373 “a natural organic compound classified as a monoterpene, found in the essential oils of a variety of plants.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424808; added 2017-04-03)
i118374 “Ecdysone is a steroidal prohormone of the major insect molting hormone 20-hydroxyecdysone, which is secreted from the prothoracic glands.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424809; added 2017-04-03)
i118375 “the portion of the loin from which porterhouse steaks are cut” (enwn-3.0:ens-326473; added 2017-04-03)
i118376 “a tetrose carbohydrate with chemical formula C4H8O4.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410284; added 2017-04-03)
i118377 “an organic compound with formula C6H4(COOH)2.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410290; added 2017-04-03)
i118378 “an organic compound with the formula C6H4(CO2H)2.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410293; added 2017-04-03)
i118379 “an organic compound with the formula C3H6(COOH)2.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410265; added 2017-04-03)
i118380 “a digital networking communications method that groups all transmitted data – regardless of content, type, or structure – into suitably sized blocks, called packets.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410260; added 2017-04-03)
i118381 “the sulfuric acid salt of hydroxylamine.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410278; added 2017-04-03)
i118382 “an organic compound with the formula HO2C(CH2)5CO2H.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410272; added 2017-04-03)
i118383 “a rock composed of one or more serpentine group minerals.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410247; added 2017-04-03)
i118384 “a dicarboxylic acid with structure CH2(COOH)2.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410254; added 2017-04-03)
i118385 “a basic transfer units associated with a packet-switched network.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410256; added 2017-04-03)
i118386 “the usual or familiar type; "it is a common or garden sparrow"” (enwn-3.0:ens-268308; added 2017-04-03)
i118387 “a derivative of urea, where NH2 on one side has been replaced with H2NNH hydrazine, yielding H2NNHC(=O)NH2.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410328; added 2017-04-03)
i118388 “a food preparation utensil used to slice peeled, hard-boiled eggs quickly and evenly.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424971; added 2017-04-03)
i118389 “a device designed primarily to accurately count a quantity of banknotes.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424973; added 2017-04-03)
i118390 “a juggling prop consisting of an axle and two cups or discs, which is spun using a string attached to two hand sticks.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424970; added 2017-04-03)
i118391 “a carbohydrate similar to starch.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410321; added 2017-04-03)
i118392 “a brooch, or pin for fastening garments.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424968; added 2017-04-03)
i118393 “a serotonin–norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (SNRI) used in the clinical treatment of fibromyalgia.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410307; added 2017-04-03)
i118394 “a long, narrow knife, used in medieval times to deliver the death stroke to a seriously wounded knight.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424954; added 2017-04-03)
i118395 “any of a number of compounds that contain Bi3+, nitrate ions and oxide ions and which can be considered as compounds formed from Bi2O3, N2O5 and H2O.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424941; added 2017-04-03)
i118396 “a type of local ventilation device that is designed to limit exposure to hazardous or toxic fumes, vapors or dusts.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424947; added 2017-04-03)
i118397 “a formal statement of a set of business goals, the reasons they are believed attainable, and the plan for reaching those goals.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424936; added 2017-04-03)
i118398 “a sailing vessel with three or more masts; with a square rigged foremast and fore-and-aft rigged main, mizzen and any other masts.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424927; added 2017-04-03)
i118399 “a 9 mm caliber, single-action, semi-automatic pistol.” (enwn-3.0:ens-424923; added 2017-04-03)
i118400 “a passing academic or school grade.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410389; added 2017-04-03)
i118401 “a number, letter, description or symbol indicating a student's level of accomplishment.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410385; added 2017-04-03)
i118402 “an organic compound composed of a nine-carbon chain terminating in a carboxylic acid with structural formula CH3(CH2)7COOH.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410396; added 2017-04-03)
i118403 “the lowest academic passing grade.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410392; added 2017-04-03)
i118404 “the lowest grade on the grading scale, a failing grade; it is worth noting that in Polish post-secondary institutions a 2 is a failing grade.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410395; added 2017-04-03)
i118405 “100 mL of liquor, drunk from a shot glass.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410379; added 2017-04-03)
i118406 “Lithopone is an mixture of inorganic compounds, is a widely used as a white pigment powder.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410372; added 2017-04-03)
i118407 “a high, passing grade, equal to 90-98% score.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410504; added 2017-04-03)
i118408 “a passing grade, considered respectable.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410501; added 2017-04-03)
i118409 “the highest possible grade, usually awarded for extracurricular merit.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410509; added 2017-04-03)
i118410 “one of a group of monounsaturated omega-9 fatty acids.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410441; added 2017-04-03)
i118411 “a hormonally active form of vitamin D with three hydroxyl groups.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410458; added 2017-04-03)
i118412 “a monounsaturated omega-9 fatty acid, prevalent in wallflower seed, with the formula CH3(CH2)7CH=CH(CH2)11COOH.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410400; added 2017-04-03)
i118413 “the speed at whitch an animate or unimate object move, traveling at the rate of 100 miles per hour.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410623; added 2017-04-03)
i118414 “the speed at whitch an animate or unimate object move, traveling at the rate of 100 kilometers per hour.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410628; added 2017-04-03)
i118415 “not surviving in active use; "Latin is a dead language"” (enwn-3.0:ens-268088; added 2017-04-03)
i118416 “a switch that is automatically operated if the human operator becomes incapacitated, such as through death, loss of consciousness or being bodily removed from control.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444000; added 2017-04-03)
i118417 “a railroad safety device that operates in the case of incapacitation of the engineer.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444002; added 2017-04-03)
i118418 “the third part of an ode, which followed the strophe and the antistrophe, and completed the movement.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444007; added 2017-04-03)
i118419 “a kind of lyric poem, invented by Archilochus, in which a longer verse is followed by a shorter one.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444008; added 2017-04-03)
i118420 “The Curonians or Kurs were a Baltic tribe living on the shores of the Baltic Sea in what are now the western parts of Latvia and Lithuania from the 5th to the 16th centuries, when they merged with other Baltic tribes.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419031; added 2017-04-03)
i118421 “The Congregation of the Sisters of the Resurrection was founded in Rome, Italy, in 1891 by a widow, Celine Borzecka, and her daughter, Hedwig Borzecka.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419036; added 2017-04-03)
i118422 “an explosive material which is unaffected by moisture, shock or fire.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444010; added 2017-04-03)
i118423 “a photographic or other lens that has better correction of chromatic and spherical aberration than the much more common achromat lenses.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444014; added 2017-04-03)
i118424 “a short elbow-length sartorial vestment, a cape that covers the shoulders and is buttoned over the frontal breast area.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444019; added 2017-04-03)
i118425 “The Company of the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul, called in English the Daughters of Charity or Sisters of Charity of Saint Vincent De Paul is a Society of Apostolic Life for women within the Catholic Church.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419043; added 2017-04-03)
i118426 “Mensural notation is the musical notation system used for European vocal polyphonic music from the later part of the 13th century until about 1600.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419048; added 2017-04-03)
i118427 “software that is illegally obtained or distributed.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444020; added 2017-04-03)
i118428 “a net or mesh basket held open by a hoop.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444021; added 2017-04-03)
i118429 “a stanza poem of eight lines, whose rhyme scheme is ABaAabAB and whose lines are in iambic tetrameter.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444024; added 2017-04-03)
i118430 “a fixed-wing aircraft that can be flown with or without engine power.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444025; added 2017-04-03)
i118431 “The Salesian Sisters of St John Bosco or Daughters of Mary Help of Christians are the sister order of the Salesians of Don Bosco.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419029; added 2017-04-03)
i118432 “A chevra kadisha (Hevra kadishah) is an organization of Jewish men and women who see to it that the bodies of Jews are prepared for burial according to Jewish tradition and are protected from desecration, willful or not, until burial.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419025; added 2017-04-03)
i118433 “a member of the viol family having six playing strings, used in England and Italy during the 16th and 17th centuries.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444049; added 2017-04-03)
i118434 “In architecture, a mascaron ornament is a face, usually human, sometimes frightening or chimeric whose function was originally to frighten away evil spirits so that they would not enter the building.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444050; added 2017-04-03)
i118435 “a round or oval frame (often made of stucco) which contains a plastic or pictorial decoration of a facade, an interior, a piece of furniture or equipment.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444052; added 2017-04-03)
i118436 “an instrument for measuring the concentration of sugar solutions.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444053; added 2017-04-03)
i118437 “a type of release, typically a song recording of fewer tracks than an LP record or an album.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444054; added 2017-04-03)
i118438 “a music single release with more than the usual two tracks of an a-side song and a b-side song.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444056; added 2017-04-03)
i118439 “Quality of having the ability to enchant; being charming, delightful.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419009; added 2017-04-03)
i118440 “a musical instrument endemic to northern Australia, consisting of a long hollowed out log, which, when blown into, produces a low, deep mesmerising drone with sweeping rhythms.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444060; added 2017-04-03)
i118441 “A tented roof is a type of polygonal hipped roof with steeply pitched slopes rising to a peak.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444061; added 2017-04-03)
i118442 “an early electronic keyboard instrument that played back prerecorded sounds.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444062; added 2017-04-03)
i118443 “a fly fishing rod that is made from bamboo.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444063; added 2017-04-03)
i118444 “an electronic musical instrument similar in some respects to a synthesizer but, instead of generating sounds, it uses recordings (or "samples") of sounds that are loaded or recorded into it by the user and then played back by means of the sampler program itself, a keyboard, sequencer or other triggering device to perform or compose music.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444065; added 2017-04-03)
i118445 “A spire, usually comparatively small and slender, above the ridge of a roof, particularly one rising from the intersection of the nave and transept roofs of Gothic churches.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444066; added 2017-04-03)
i118446 “an artist’s tool used to smudge and blend a drawing made from charcoal, pencil, or pastel, consisting of a tightly-wound stick of soft, fibrous paper, and sanded to a point at one end like a pencil.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444068; added 2017-04-03)
i118447 “a system used to enhance the quality of air released from industrial and commercial processes by collecting dust and other impurities from air or gas.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444069; added 2017-04-03)
i118448 “a scientific instrument used for measuring quantity of electricity (electric charge).” (enwn-3.0:ens-444070; added 2017-04-03)
i118449 “an organic compound with formula C3H2O5 or HO-(C=O)3-OH.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419097; added 2017-04-03)
i118450 “an accounting flow which consists of the total monetary value of goods and services consumed or used up as inputs in production by enterprises, including raw materials, services and various other operating expenses.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419084; added 2017-04-03)
i118451 “a chemical compound with the formula BiH3.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419091; added 2017-04-03)
i118452 “an organosulfur compound with the formula SC(NH2)2 .” (enwn-3.0:ens-419089; added 2017-04-03)
i118453 “(physiology) the ability of a hollow organ (vessel) to distend and increase volume with increasing transmural pressure or the tendency of a hollow organ to resist recoil toward its original dimensions on application of a distending or compressing force.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419061; added 2017-04-03)
i118454 “the maximum recommended load a crane can lift.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419062; added 2017-04-03)
i118455 “The Jagiellonian dynasty was a royal dynasty, founded by Jogaila, the Grand Duke of Lithuania, who in 1386 was baptized as Władysław, married Queen Jadwiga of Poland, and was crowned King of Poland as Władysław II Jagiełło.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419052; added 2017-04-03)
i118456 “The Mughal Empire self-designated as Gurkani was a Persianate empire extending over large parts of the Indian subcontinent and ruled by a dynasty of Chagatai-Turkic origin.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419053; added 2017-04-03)
i118457 “In Greek and Roman mythology, Castor and Pollux or Polydeuces were twin brothers, together known as the Dioskouri.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419055; added 2017-04-03)
i118458 “Superclusters are large groups of smaller galaxy groups and galaxy clusters and are among the largest known structures of the cosmos.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419056; added 2017-04-03)
i118459 “an alkane hydrocarbon with the chemical formula C16H34.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419057; added 2017-04-03)
i118460 “The optimates ("Best Men," singular optimas; also known as boni, "Good Men") were the traditionalist majority of the late Roman Republic.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419059; added 2017-04-03)
i118461 “Caatinga is a type of desert vegetation, and an ecoregion characterized by this vegetation in interior northeastern Brazil.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419070; added 2017-04-03)
i118462 “In ancient Roman religion, the Di Penates or Penates were among the dii familiares, or household deities, invoked most often in domestic rituals.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419071; added 2017-04-03)
i118463 “Nitrifying bacteria are chemoautotrophic or chemolithotrophs depending on the genera (Nitrosomonas, Nitrosococcus, Nitrobacter, Nitrococcus) bacteria that grow by consuming inorganic nitrogen compounds.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419064; added 2017-04-03)
i118464 “In the Ottoman Empire, a millet was a separate legal court pertaining to "personal law" under which a confessional community (Muslim Sharia, Christian Canon law or Jewish Halakha law abiding) was allowed to rule itself under its own system.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419066; added 2017-04-03)
i118465 “The Claretians, a community of Roman Catholic priests and brothers, were founded by Saint Anthony Claret in 1849.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419068; added 2017-04-03)
i118466 “A patristic anthology, commonly called a florilegium, is a systematic collections of excerpts (more or less copious) from the works of the Church Fathers and other ecclesiastical writers of the early period, compiled with a view to serve dogmatic or ethical purposes.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419069; added 2017-04-03)
i118467 “seed of the mung bean plant used for food” (enwn-3.0:ens-326926; added 2017-04-03)
i118468 “a red glucosidal hydroxyanthrapurin that occurs naturally in some scale insects, such as the cochineal, Armenian cochineal, and Polish cochineal.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419207; added 2017-04-03)
i118469 “The Heptarchy is a collective name applied to the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms of south, east, and central England during late antiquity and the early Middle Ages, conventionally identified as seven: Northumbria, Mercia, East Anglia, Essex, Kent, Sussex, and Wessex. The Anglo-Saxon kingdoms eventually unified into the Kingdom of England.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419159; added 2017-04-03)
i118470 “A security guard agency is an individual or firm that conducts a business that provides security guard services.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419156; added 2017-04-03)
i118471 “the platform or step on which an altar stands.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444131; added 2017-04-03)
i118472 “a sail used to increase the sail area of a square rigged vessel.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444133; added 2017-04-03)
i118473 “a medical device that is made up of an obturator (which may be a metal or plastic sharpened or non-bladed tip), a cannula (basically a hollow tube), and a seal, used to perform laparoscopic surgery.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444136; added 2017-04-03)
i118474 “a standoff anti-submarine weapon which includes a missile or rocket designed to rapidly deliver an explosive warhead or homing torpedo, from the launch platform to the vicinity of a submarine.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444137; added 2017-04-03)
i118475 “a device used to count cells, originally designed for the counting of blood cells.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444138; added 2017-04-03)
i118476 “an instrument for measuring concentration of suspended particulates in a liquid or gas colloid.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444139; added 2017-04-03)
i118477 “A distribution board (also known as panelboard or breaker panel) is a component of an electricity supply system which divides an electrical power feed into subsidiary circuits, while providing a protective fuse or circuit breaker for each circuit, in a common enclosure.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419164; added 2017-04-03)
i118478 “a semiconductor of the group III-V family containing aluminium and antimony.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419166; added 2017-04-03)
i118479 “Potassium bromate is a bromate of potassium and takes the form of white crystals or powder.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419169; added 2017-04-03)
i118480 “a Ukrainian percussive folk instrument, which consists of a wooden ring with a diameter of up to 50cm (20in) which has a skin (often made of dog or cat hide) tightened over both sides.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444140; added 2017-04-03)
i118481 “a hollow, round, Japanese traditional doll modeled after Bodhidharma, the founder of the Zen sect of Buddhism.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444141; added 2017-04-03)
i118482 “a classical temple made up of one circle of columns supporting a roof.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444143; added 2017-04-03)
i118483 “a device used to measure the boiling points of liquids.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444144; added 2017-04-03)
i118484 “The pantalon (or pantaleon) was a large variation on the hammered dulcimer, invented by Pantaleon Hebenstreit in the early 18th century and briefly popular in France and Germany.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444145; added 2017-04-03)
i118485 “a mechanical musical instrument that plays music and is designed to sound like an orchestra or band, operated by means of a large pinned cylinder or by a music roll and less commonly book music.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444147; added 2017-04-03)
i118486 “A breastplate (used interchangeably with breastcollar, breaststrap and breastgirth) is a piece of riding equipment used on horses; its purpose is to keep the saddle or harness from sliding back.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444148; added 2017-04-03)
i118487 “In Republican and Imperial Rome, the paludamentum was a cloak or cape fastened at one shoulder, worn by military commanders (e.g. the legionary Legatus) and rather less often by their troops.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444152; added 2017-04-03)
i118488 “an electrical transformer with only one winding; output being taken from taps.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444153; added 2017-04-03)
i118489 “the saddlecloth of a cavalry horse.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444155; added 2017-04-03)
i118490 “a switch that operates using superconductivity.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444157; added 2017-04-03)
i118491 “a South African gold coin, first minted in 1967 to help market South African gold and produced by the South African Mint.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444158; added 2017-04-03)
i118492 “a device which displays opaque materials by shining a bright lamp onto the object from above.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444159; added 2017-04-03)
i118493 “an optical device that transmits a mechanically selectable narrow band of wavelengths of light or other radiation chosen from a wider range of wavelengths available at the input.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444161; added 2017-04-03)
i118494 “synthetic fiber finer than one denier or decitex/thread, used to make mats, knits, and weaves for apparel, upholstery, industrial filters, and cleaning products.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444163; added 2017-04-03)
i118495 “money in full circulation that takes its value from the precious metal it contains, usually made of silver or gold.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444165; added 2017-04-03)
i118496 “an instrument that measures sound pressure level, commonly used in noise pollution studies for the quantification of different kinds of noise, especially for industrial, environmental and aircraft noise.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444169; added 2017-04-03)
i118497 “The property of not having the same composition throughout; of not being of uniform make-up.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419112; added 2017-04-03)
i118498 “a wooden frame drum used as a traditional instrument throughout North Africa.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444171; added 2017-04-03)
i118499 “a type of die consisting of a hardened steel plate with one or more holes through which wire is drawn to make it thinner, increasing its length while decreasing the diameter.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444174; added 2017-04-03)
i118500 “fictional devices which operate as both televisions and security cameras; they feature in George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four as well as all film adaptations of the novel.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444176; added 2017-04-03)
i118501 “a close combat weapon in which the main fighting part of the weapon is fitted to the end of a long shaft, typically of wood, thereby extending the user's effective range.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444179; added 2017-04-03)
i118502 “The quality of being inventive, of discovering or finding something new.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419121; added 2017-04-03)
i118503 “a polearm with a long blade that extends beyond the shaft, known in the 16th and 17th centuries in Eastern Europe.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444183; added 2017-04-03)
i118504 “a type of polearm having a spearhead and a reverse hooked spike on the back, used in Europe primarily between 1000-1400.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444187; added 2017-04-03)
i118505 “an inorganic chemical compound with the formula Ag2C2.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419109; added 2017-04-03)
i118506 “a type of European pole-arm that came into being alongside the pike, used by the mid 17th century until the mid to late 19th century.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444100; added 2017-04-03)
i118507 “a garment or undergarment made of coarse cloth or animal hair worn close to the skin, used in some religious traditions to induce discomfort or pain as a sign of repentance and atonement.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444103; added 2017-04-03)
i118508 “a siege gun used in European warfare during the 16th and 17th centuries.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444104; added 2017-04-03)
i118509 “Enclosed religious orders of the Christian churches have solemn vows with a strict separation from the affairs of the external world.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419176; added 2017-04-03)
i118510 “The Neocatechumenal Way, also known as the Neocatechumenate, NCW or, colloquially, The Way, is an organisation within the Catholic Church dedicated to the Christian formation of adults.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419177; added 2017-04-03)
i118511 “(insurance) a limitation in an amount of loss coverage.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419188; added 2017-04-03)
i118512 “the logarithm of the reciprocal of a number; the negative value of the logarithm.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410905; added 2017-04-03)
i118513 “In Ukrainian cuisine, it can be a vegetable soup or based on either chicken or other meat bouillon. Traditionally borshch is served with pampushki and smetana.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410994; added 2017-04-03)
i118514 “The term describing Jehova's Witness in derogatory manner.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419304; added 2017-04-03)
i118515 “a polyunsaturated fatty acid present in the phospholipids of membranes of the body's cells, and is abundant in the brain, muscles, and liver.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410921; added 2017-04-03)
i118516 “the total receipts of a firm from the sale of any given quantity of a product.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410923; added 2017-04-03)
i118517 “the steepest angle of descent of a tilted bed or feature relative to a horizontal plane, and is given by the number (0°-90°) as well as a letter (N,S,E,W) with rough direction in which the bed is dipping.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410927; added 2017-04-03)
i118518 “the course or bearing of a structural surface, such as an inclined bed, as it intersects a horizontal plane.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410933; added 2017-04-03)
i118519 “the study of the three-dimensional distribution of rock units with respect to their deformational histories.” (enwn-3.0:ens-410937; added 2017-04-03)
i118520 “an undesired flow of electric current, neutrons, etc.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419274; added 2017-04-03)
i118521 “an excess or superabundance of people or things.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419277; added 2017-04-03)
i118522 “A bombilla is a type of drinking straw, used to drink mate.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444254; added 2017-04-03)
i118523 “a poisonous alkaloid found in poison hemlock (Conium maculatum) and the yellow pitcher plant (Sarracenia flava), and contributes to hemlock's fetid smell.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419286; added 2017-04-03)
i118524 “the key on a computer keyboard that is used to change (alternate) the function of other pressed keys.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444264; added 2017-04-03)
i118525 “An excise stamp is a type of revenue stamp affixed to some exciseable goods to indicate that the required excise tax has been paid by the manufacturer.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444267; added 2017-04-03)
i118526 “A forage harvester (also known as a silage harvester, forager or chopper) is a farm implement that harvests forage plants to make silage.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444272; added 2017-04-03)
i118527 “a gauge for measuring the radius of an object.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444273; added 2017-04-03)
i118528 “a passive trap for flying insects; a large bottle of clear glass with a black metal top in which there is a hole.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444281; added 2017-04-03)
i118529 “an instrument for measuring the lengths of arbitrary curved lines, most commonly used to measure the lengths of roads, rivers and other line features on maps.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444289; added 2017-04-03)
i118530 “an organic compound with the formula C5H6.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419231; added 2017-04-03)
i118531 “The quality of not posing a problem; not being difficult to overcome or solve.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419247; added 2017-04-03)
i118532 “The state or property of being very remarkable; highly extraordinary; amazing.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419244; added 2017-04-03)
i118533 “The property of not giving trouble or anxiety.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419245; added 2017-04-03)
i118534 “The lituus was a crooked wand (similar in shape to the top part of a crosier) used as a cult instrument in ancient Roman religion by augurs to mark out a ritual space in the sky (a templum).” (enwn-3.0:ens-444201; added 2017-04-03)
i118535 “Fibre cement (sometimes called by its trademark name Eternit) is a composite building and construction material, used mainly in roofing and facade products because of its strength and durability.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444207; added 2017-04-03)
i118536 “A klippe is a square coin minted on more easily produced square flans either using round or square dies.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444211; added 2017-04-03)
i118537 “a Renaissance-era and early modern combat helmet, characterised by a skull with a large fixed or hinged peak projecting above the face-opening, and usually an integral, keel-like, crest or comb running from front to rear.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444213; added 2017-04-03)
i118538 “a Japanese short sword, often used as a secondary weapon to a katana.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444219; added 2017-04-03)
i118539 “a type of Japanese longsword, having a single edge and slight curvature.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444222; added 2017-04-03)
i118540 “khan decrees of the Mongol Empire (particularly the khans of Golden Horde).” (enwn-3.0:ens-444225; added 2017-04-03)
i118541 “a motorcycle in the style of American machines from the 1930s to the early 1960s, including those made by Harley-Davidson, Indian, Excelsior and Henderson.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444227; added 2017-04-03)
i118542 “Constitutional monarchy is a form of government in which a monarch is legally restricted within the boundaries of a constitution.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419298; added 2017-04-03)
i118543 “a type of clothing, a mantle or wrap worn by Greek men and women from the Archaic through the Hellenistic periods (c. 750–30 BC).” (enwn-3.0:ens-444230; added 2017-04-03)
i118544 “A flexible shaft is a device for transmitting rotary motion between two objects which are not fixed relative to one another.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444231; added 2017-04-03)
i118545 “A navigational map based on compass directions and estimated distances observed by the pilots at sea.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444232; added 2017-04-03)
i118546 “A tatami is a mat made of woven straw, used as a flooring material in traditional Japanese-style rooms.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444236; added 2017-04-03)
i118547 “The quality of being related to an empire, emperor, or empress.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419401; added 2017-04-03)
i118548 “a Renaissance term for a circular work of art, either a painting or a sculpture.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444377; added 2017-04-03)
i118549 “a device that converts ground movement (displacement) into voltage, which may be recorded at a recording station.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444381; added 2017-04-03)
i118550 “a series of spacecraft designed for the Soviet space programme in the 1960s that remains in service today.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444387; added 2017-04-03)
i118551 “a type of artillery weapon that is intended to fulfil both the role of ordinary cannon or field gun, and that of a howitzer.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444388; added 2017-04-03)
i118552 “a larger vessel that transports barges (lighters).” (enwn-3.0:ens-444391; added 2017-04-03)
i118553 “one of the defensive structures used in fortifications, such as castles, along with curtain walls.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444395; added 2017-04-03)
i118554 “a device used in chemical laboratories for the efficient and gentle removal of solvents from samples by evaporation.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444398; added 2017-04-03)
i118555 “a measurement of a temperature difference by which an object or material resists a heat flow.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419389; added 2017-04-03)
i118556 “a common organic compound with the formula CH2=C(CH3)CH=CH2.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419350; added 2017-04-03)
i118557 “religious souvenirs (figurines, pictures, votive candles, books, amulets, and others), owned and carried by the faithful, who see them as imbued with spiritual values, and use them for votive offering.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419351; added 2017-04-03)
i118558 “The consumer movement is an effort to promote consumer protection through an organized social movement which is in many places led by consumer organizations.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419352; added 2017-04-03)
i118559 “Silva rerum, polonized sylwa or and sometimes described as a home chronicle was a specific type of a book, a multi-generational chronicle.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419360; added 2017-04-03)
i118560 “a line drawn through geographical points at which a given phase of thunderstorm activity occurred simultaneously.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419362; added 2017-04-03)
i118561 “a line indicating a constant frequency of hail storms.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419363; added 2017-04-03)
i118562 “an isogram connecting points with the same intensity of magnetic force.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419366; added 2017-04-03)
i118563 “a line indicating biological events occurring with coincidence such as plants flowering.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419367; added 2017-04-03)
i118564 “a line indicating constant relative humidity.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419349; added 2017-04-03)
i118565 “writing, especially literary matter, of poor quality.” (enwn-3.0:ens-458967; added 2017-04-03)
i118566 “In Judeo-Christian theology, the belief that God created this world out of nothing.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444328; added 2017-04-03)
i118567 “in probability theory, a model of a fair game where knowledge of past events never helps predict the mean of the future winnings.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444329; added 2017-04-03)
i118568 “an instrument in a Jacquard loom that raises or lowers the harness, which carries and guides the warp thread so that the weft will either lie above or below it, which in turn creates the pattern.” (enwn-3.0:ens-458962; added 2017-04-03)
i118569 “one of the longitudinal beams running along either side of a railway vehicle, onto which the bodywork is mounted, in passenger-carrying vehicles usually forming the side or the base of the floor.” (enwn-3.0:ens-458963; added 2017-04-03)
i118570 “a mechanical device intended to reduce energy consumption, or to perform useful function such as preheating a fluid.” (enwn-3.0:ens-458971; added 2017-04-03)
i118571 “A rack (sometimes known as a triangle) is the name given to a frame (usually wood, plastic or metal) used to organize billiard balls at the beginning of a game.” (enwn-3.0:ens-458988; added 2017-04-03)
i118572 “a container, device, or apparatus for cooling.” (enwn-3.0:ens-458984; added 2017-04-03)
i118573 “Spirograph is a geometric drawing toy that produces mathematical roulette curves of the variety technically known as hypotrochoids and epitrochoids.” (enwn-3.0:ens-458998; added 2017-04-03)
i118574 “An outdated instrument for drawing parabolas.” (enwn-3.0:ens-458999; added 2017-04-03)
i118575 “a device used to hold napkins.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444503; added 2017-04-03)
i118576 “a javelin commonly used by the Roman army in ancient times.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444508; added 2017-04-03)
i118577 “Alumel is an alloy consisting of approximately 95% nickel, 2% manganese, 2% aluminium and 1% silicon.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419530; added 2017-04-03)
i118578 “an enzyme that catalyzes the reversible transfer of an α-amino group between aspartate and glutamate and, as such, is an important enzyme in amino acid metabolism.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419531; added 2017-04-03)
i118579 “a transaminase enzyme found in plasma and in various body tissues.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419548; added 2017-04-03)
i118580 “(oceanography) an isogram connecting all points of equal salinity.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419519; added 2017-04-03)
i118581 “a yellow colored substance that can be isolated from Maclura pomifera (Osage orange), Maclura tinctoria (old fustic) and from leaves of Psidium guajava (common guava).” (enwn-3.0:ens-419511; added 2017-04-03)
i118582 “a colourless or pale yellow oily liquid substance with a spicy taste and an odour of cloves, used in perfumery.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419516; added 2017-04-03)
i118583 “an isogram connecting points of equal temperature below the surface of the earth.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419510; added 2017-04-03)
i118584 “a barbiturate derivative; it was invented in 1912 and used primarily as an anticonvulsant.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419527; added 2017-04-03)
i118585 “a tetrahydroborate and known in organic synthesis as a reducing agent for esters.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419503; added 2017-04-03)
i118586 “an isogram connecting points of equal transportation cost.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419504; added 2017-04-03)
i118587 “a medication for chelation therapy in metal toxicity, including heavy metal poisoning.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419507; added 2017-04-03)
i118588 “a break-action hunting firearm that comprises at least two barrels, with at least one rifle barrel and one shotgun barrel.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444492; added 2017-04-03)
i118589 “a break-action hunting firearm that normally consists of two matching shotgun barrels and a rifle barrel.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444493; added 2017-04-03)
i118590 “an aromatic organic compound based on acridine.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419492; added 2017-04-03)
i118591 “an inorganic compound with the formula NaBH4.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419498; added 2017-04-03)
i118592 “a compound semiconductor material with an indirect band gap of 2.26 eV(300K).” (enwn-3.0:ens-419478; added 2017-04-03)
i118593 “a binary semiconductor composed of indium and phosphorus.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419489; added 2017-04-03)
i118594 “a general use pesticide that belongs to the phthalimide class of fungicides.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419457; added 2017-04-03)
i118595 “Gamma-linolenic acid (also known as GLA, γ-Linolenic acid or gamolenic acid) is a fatty acid found primarily in vegetable oils.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419460; added 2017-04-03)
i118596 “an unmanned balloon, usually filled with helium or hydrogen, that is released into the stratosphere, generally attaining between 60,000 to 120,000 feet.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444402; added 2017-04-03)
i118597 “a type of powered hang glider using a high-performance Rogallo wing coupled to a propeller-powered three-wheeled undercarriage.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444405; added 2017-04-03)
i118598 “a lightweight, free-flying, foot-launched glider aircraft with no rigid primary structure, wherein the pilot sits in a harness suspended below a hollow fabric wing whose shape is formed by its suspension lines.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444411; added 2017-04-03)
i118599 “a long, trapeze-shaped traditional Russian jumper dress worn as Russian folk costume by women and girls.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444413; added 2017-04-03)
i118600 “a miniature radio carried aloft by an unmanned balloon to automatically transmit measurements of the upper air such as the wind speed, pressure, temperature, and relative humidity to a receiving station on the ground.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444418; added 2017-04-03)
i118601 “an automatic data validation function that corrects common spelling or typing errors; commonly found in word processors.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444419; added 2017-04-03)
i118602 “a man-made marine structure that extends above the water level and is not connected to shore.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444423; added 2017-04-03)
i118603 “a simple light plough without a mouldboard.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444425; added 2017-04-03)
i118604 “a light wooden ard, consisting of two body ards, with their parallel beams forming the two shafts for a single horse-drawn tillage implement with two socket shares.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444429; added 2017-04-03)
i118605 “a gauge for measuring the change in sea level relative to a datum.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444472; added 2017-04-03)
i118606 “a Roman sword roughly two feet long.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444622; added 2017-04-03)
i118607 “a type of straight sword (a long version of the left shaped gladius) originating from the 1st-century Roman Empire.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444623; added 2017-04-03)
i118608 “(meteorology) an isogram connecting points indicating the same amount of cloudiness.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419679; added 2017-04-03)
i118609 “a line connecting parts of the Earth's surface that have the same geomagnetic properties.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419687; added 2017-04-03)
i118610 “an isogloss marking off the area in which a particular item of vocabulary is found.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419683; added 2017-04-03)
i118611 “a line on a weather map connecting places having equal changes in atmospheric pressure within a given period of time.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419685; added 2017-04-03)
i118612 “affected, overrefined, and effeminate; "the young man spoke in effete, accented English"” (enwn-3.0:ens-273658; added 2017-04-03)
i118613 “a funerary figurine used in Ancient Egypt.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444548; added 2017-04-03)
i118614 “no less than what is stated; worthy of the name; "the real reason"; "real war"; "a real friend"; "a real woman"; "meat and potatoes--I call that a real meal"; "it's time he had a real job"; "it's no penny-ante job--he's making real money"” (enwn-3.0:ens-273611; added 2017-04-03)
i118615 “a small table or cabinet designed to stand beside a bed or elsewhere in a bedroom.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444559; added 2017-04-03)
i118616 “a gauge used to measure gap widths.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444562; added 2017-04-03)
i118617 “a work of more than ordinary height constructed in the interior of a fort, bastion or other defence, so as to fire over the main parapet without interfering with the fire of the latter.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444564; added 2017-04-03)
i118618 “a type of vertical take-off and landing aircraft design that uses a ducted fan as the primary fuselage of the entire aircraft.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444571; added 2017-04-03)
i118619 “a canopy under which a Jewish couple stand during their Jewish wedding ceremony.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444577; added 2017-04-03)
i118620 “a line drawn on a map or chart connecting places of equal or constant land upheaval.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419717; added 2017-04-03)
i118621 “a line joining points of equal precipitation on a map.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419718; added 2017-04-03)
i118622 “a line joining points with constant wind speed.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419715; added 2017-04-03)
i118623 “a line on a map linking places with the same mean summer temperature.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419716; added 2017-04-03)
i118624 “Hydrox, a gas mixture of hydrogen and oxygen, was used as a breathing gas in very deep diving.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419720; added 2017-04-03)
i118625 “a line on a map connecting places with the same mean winter temperature.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419721; added 2017-04-03)
i118626 “a mildly toxic white crystalline organic compound belonging to the indole family.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419724; added 2017-04-03)
i118627 “a dish-shaped type of parabolic antenna designed to receive electromagnetic signals from satellites, which transmit data transmissions or broadcasts, such as satellite television.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444702; added 2017-04-03)
i118628 “a two-legged stand for either a photographical device or a weapon.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444710; added 2017-04-03)
i118629 “a device or computer program capable of encoding or decoding a digital data stream or signal.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444712; added 2017-04-03)
i118630 “a long metal-topped wood, aluminum, or fiberglass pole used for reaching, holding, or pulling.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444713; added 2017-04-03)
i118631 “a large-scale thematic map of a city (or part of a city) created to enable the fastest possible orientation in an urban space.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444733; added 2017-04-03)
i118632 “an upholstered sofa, without arms or a back, sometimes with a compartment for storing linen, etc.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444734; added 2017-04-03)
i118633 “the posts or pillars on either side of a doorway or entrance of a Greek temple - the slightly projecting piers which terminate the walls of the naos.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444735; added 2017-04-03)
i118634 “a device used in beekeeping to calm honey bees, designed to generate smoke from the smouldering of various fuels.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444736; added 2017-04-03)
i118635 “an aircraft that is powered entirely or partly by the pilot(s).” (enwn-3.0:ens-444738; added 2017-04-03)
i118636 “a piece of pottery or stone, usually broken off from a vase or other earthenware vessel.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444740; added 2017-04-03)
i118637 “a durable, fragrant, and dark-colored Australian wood, used by the natives for spears; obtained from the small tree Acacia homolophylla.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430118; added 2017-04-03)
i118638 “the property possessed by a line or surface that is rectilinear, straight.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419798; added 2017-04-03)
i118639 “a rock-forming silicate mineral composed of aluminium, calcium, and sodium silicate with chlorine, carbonate and sulfate.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430109; added 2017-04-03)
i118640 “a polyhedron containing three or more pairs of mutually congruent scalene triangles as faces.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419779; added 2017-04-03)
i118641 “a bicyclic organic compound synthesized by reduction of camphor.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419774; added 2017-04-03)
i118642 “Salep is a flour made from the tubers of the orchid genus Orchis.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419783; added 2017-04-03)
i118643 “a chemical substance used to remove stains.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419784; added 2017-04-03)
i118644 “a collection of music records.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419753; added 2017-04-03)
i118645 “A plant, fungus, or other organism that grows upon rock.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419757; added 2017-04-03)
i118646 “Microscopic flora and fauna found on the surface of and/or attached to sand grains.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419747; added 2017-04-03)
i118647 “The microscopic fauna of sand and mud.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419748; added 2017-04-03)
i118648 “The state or condition of being Soviet.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419741; added 2017-04-03)
i118649 “a hypothetical, elastic, self-repellent fluid formerly postulated as the embodiment of heat.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430058; added 2017-04-03)
i118650 “a ceramic material having electrical, optical and magnetic properties, suitable for use as insulators for power lines and in electrical components.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430043; added 2017-04-03)
i118651 “parallel ridges of debris deposited along the sides of a glacier.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430035; added 2017-04-03)
i118652 “a moraine created by debris accumulated on top of glacial ice.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430034; added 2017-04-03)
i118653 “a mixture of chromic acid and sulphuric acid which is used as a cleaning agent for glassware.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430027; added 2017-04-03)
i118654 “a substance that reduces the amount of oxygen in a substance, especially a metal, or reduces oxide compounds.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430021; added 2017-04-03)
i118655 “an infantry or cavalry unit.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430019; added 2017-04-03)
i118656 “a tool used to make skeins from yarn.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444641; added 2017-04-03)
i118657 “an electronic device that supplies electric energy to an electrical load.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444648; added 2017-04-03)
i118658 “a faux-marble material used for flooring and countertops.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444654; added 2017-04-03)
i118659 “coverings for the lower legs, similar to socks but thicker and generally footless.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444692; added 2017-04-03)
i118660 “a type of skin-tight garment that covers the legs and that may be worn by both men and women.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444696; added 2017-04-03)
i118661 “a set of people or things combined in a group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430092; added 2017-04-03)
i118662 “an aromatic organic compound with formula C14H8O2.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419832; added 2017-04-03)
i118663 “a heterocyclic aromatic organic compound with the chemical formula C9H7N.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419836; added 2017-04-03)
i118664 “A front line is the closest position(s) of an armed force's personnel and equipment - generally in respect of maritime or land forces.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419849; added 2017-04-03)
i118665 “The quality of being first, earliest or original.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419842; added 2017-04-03)
i118666 “in a diocese, the college of consultors consists of priests charged with advising the bishop.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419847; added 2017-04-03)
i118667 “support someone (as in an argument); "she always takes his side, no matter how sound his argument"” (enwn-3.0:ens-371311; added 2017-04-03)
i118668 “Acid soil is a soil with a ph value less than 6,6.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419819; added 2017-04-03)
i118669 “smoke that is a result of combusting the products made from dried tobacco leaves, such as cigarettes.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419810; added 2017-04-03)
i118670 “a an organic compound with the formula Cl3CCHO.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419829; added 2017-04-03)
i118671 “an alkane hydrocarbon with the chemical formula C10H22.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419826; added 2017-04-03)
i118672 “Ethanol fuel is ethanol (ethyl alcohol), the same type of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages; it is most often used as a motor fuel, mainly as a biofuel additive for gasoline.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419805; added 2017-04-03)
i118673 “a polymer developed by Paul Schlack at IG Farben to reproduce the properties of nylon 6,6 without violating the patent on its production.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419809; added 2017-04-03)
i118674 “(used of God) declare innocent; absolve from the penalty of sin” (enwn-3.0:ens-371348; added 2017-04-03)
i118675 “Untermensch (German for under man, sub-man, sub-human; plural: Untermenschen) is a term that became infamous when the Nazis used it to describe "inferior people" often referred to as "the masses from the East," that is Jews, Gypsies, and Slavs (including Poles, Serbs, Belarusians, Russians, and Rusyns).” (enwn-3.0:ens-419875; added 2017-04-03)
i118676 “[D: a college of clerics (chapter) formed to advise a bishop] [P: .] {L: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cathedral_chapter}” (enwn-3.0:ens-419880; added 2017-04-03)
i118677 “Small game includes small animals, such as rabbits, pheasants, geese or ducks.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419858; added 2017-04-03)
i118678 “Someone inclined to act first and think later.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419850; added 2017-04-03)
i118679 “(Theatre) dramatic performances and entertainments, esp as given by amateurs.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419864; added 2017-04-03)
i118680 “the inorganic compound with the formula V2O5; the most important compound of vanadium, being principal precursor to alloys of vanadium and is a widely used industrial catalyst.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430194; added 2017-04-03)
i118681 “The Aztec people were certain ethnic groups of central Mexico, particularly those groups who spoke the Nahuatl language and who dominated large parts of Mesoamerica from the 14th to 16th centuries.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430161; added 2017-04-03)
i118682 “Coniferous forests are made up mainly of cone-bearing or coniferous trees, such as spruces, hemlocks, pines and firs.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430166; added 2017-04-03)
i118683 “camphorated carbolic acid, consisting of phenol, camphor, and liquid petrolatum; used as a local anesthetic and for the relief of toothache.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430157; added 2017-04-03)
i118684 “In chemistry, a cluster is an ensemble of bound atoms or molecules that is intermediate in size between a molecule and a bulk solid.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430159; added 2017-04-03)
i118685 “extravascular fluid with low protein content and a low specific gravity.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430152; added 2017-04-03)
i118686 “(of an alcoholic drink) stirred or shaken with ice, but served without it; "I like my martinis straight up"” (enwn-3.0:ens-273449; added 2017-04-03)
i118687 “A team comprises a group of people or other animals linked in a common purpose.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430141; added 2017-04-03)
i118688 “Breed line is offspring from the mating or breeding of individuals or organisms that are closely related genetically.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430134; added 2017-04-03)
i118689 “A rayah or reaya were members of the tax-paying lower class of Ottoman society, in contrast to the askeri and kul.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430137; added 2017-04-03)
i118690 “A political faction is a group of individuals, such as a political party, a trade union, or other group with a common political purpose.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430130; added 2017-04-03)
i118691 “Internal facilities of a country that make business activity possible, such as communication, transportation, and distribution networks, financial institutions and markets, and energy supply systems.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430125; added 2017-04-03)
i118692 “a traditional Russian head-dresses worn by women and girls to accompany the sarafan, primarily worn in the northern regions of Russia in the 16th to 19th centuries.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444767; added 2017-04-03)
i118693 “a high-resolution typesetting device that takes its input from a computer file.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444770; added 2017-04-03)
i118694 “an aircraft able to fly faster than the speed of sound (Mach number 1).” (enwn-3.0:ens-444773; added 2017-04-03)
i118695 “a decorative piece, usually of textile, but also metalwork, stone or other material that can adorn a Christian altar, lectern, pulpit, or table.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444775; added 2017-04-03)
i118696 “a form of German-language music drama, now regarded as a genre of opera.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444777; added 2017-04-03)
i118697 “an electronic security device fitted to an automobile that prevents the engine from running unless the correct key (or other token) is present.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444778; added 2017-04-03)
i118698 “a temporary wooden (shed-like) construction that was placed on the exterior of the ramparts of a castle during a siege.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444780; added 2017-04-03)
i118699 “a particular visual or WYSIWYG text editor, distinguished by its use of control characters as editing commands, by its lack of distinct "insert" and "edit" modes, and by its featurefulness and extensibility.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444921; added 2017-04-03)
i118700 “systems that propel cylindrical containers through a network of tubes by compressed air or by partial vacuum, used for transporting solid objects, as opposed to conventional pipelines, which transport fluids.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444922; added 2017-04-03)
i118701 “a form of marketing and advertising which uses the Internet to deliver promotional marketing messages to consumers.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444926; added 2017-04-03)
i118702 “a company that provides package holidays.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444929; added 2017-04-03)
i118703 “business transactions conducted on the internet using a mobile phone.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444930; added 2017-04-03)
i118704 “the digital distribution of television content via the Internet.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444932; added 2017-04-03)
i118705 “an audio service transmitted via the Internet.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444934; added 2017-04-03)
i118706 “a para-aramid synthetic fiber, related to other aramids such as Nomex and Technora.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419969; added 2017-04-03)
i118707 “an informal name for the specially designed motor vehicles used by the Catholic Pope during outdoor public appearances.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444941; added 2017-04-03)
i118708 “an electric bus that uses flywheel energy storage, not overhead wires like a trolleybus.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444942; added 2017-04-03)
i118709 “a tank ship designed for transporting liquefied natural gas (LNG).” (enwn-3.0:ens-444965; added 2017-04-03)
i118710 “a small squadron of air forces.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419910; added 2017-04-03)
i118711 “a receptacle (usually a ceramic pot or urn) or more rarely a stand upon which, or into which, plants may be placed.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444968; added 2017-04-03)
i118712 “a device for investigating surface tension using the stalagmometric method.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444974; added 2017-04-03)
i118713 “undergarments covering the legs worn by women, girls, and very young boys (before they were breeched) in the early- to mid-19th century.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444983; added 2017-04-03)
i118714 “works of fiction in which a significant proportion of the work is devoted to a discussion of the sort of questions normally addressed in discursive philosophy.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444987; added 2017-04-03)
i118715 “The state or condition of being Greek.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419903; added 2017-04-03)
i118716 “Spring steel is a low-alloy, medium-carbon steel or high-carbon steel with a very high yield strength.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419990; added 2017-04-03)
i118717 “a line on a map connecting points of equal underwater depth.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419976; added 2017-04-03)
i118718 “a strip of wood or metal separating and holding panes of glass in a window.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444905; added 2017-04-03)
i118719 “a traditional hand-held Okinawan weapon made of wood.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444908; added 2017-04-03)
i118720 “a polygon with two sides (edges) and two vertices.” (enwn-3.0:ens-419970; added 2017-04-03)
i118721 “a gold coin of ancient Rome valued at 25 silver denarii, issued from the 1st century BC to the beginning of the 4th century AD, when it was replaced by the solidus.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444913; added 2017-04-03)
i118722 “a burial structure characterized by its false dome created by the superposition of successively smaller rings of mudbricks or, more often, stones.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444915; added 2017-04-03)
i118723 “an ancient Egyptian musical instrument, to be shaken, consisting of a metal frame holding percussive metal beads.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444917; added 2017-04-03)
i118724 “a part of an internal combustion engine (ICE) in which the fuel/air mix is burned.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444918; added 2017-04-03)
i118725 “a popular word processor developed by Microsoft.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444919; added 2017-04-03)
i118726 “the fish life of a region.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430298; added 2017-04-03)
i118727 “Collective conscious or collective conscience is the set of shared beliefs, ideas and moral attitudes which operate as a unifying force within society.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430282; added 2017-04-03)
i118728 “Old maid is a Victorian card game for two to eight players probably deriving from an ancient gambling game in which the loser pays for the drinks.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430273; added 2017-04-03)
i118729 “A tone cluster is a musical chord comprising at least three adjacent tones in a scale.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430269; added 2017-04-03)
i118730 “Star clusters or star clouds are groups of stars.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430264; added 2017-04-03)
i118731 “A guard of honour is a unit that traditionally performs ceremonial duties.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430253; added 2017-04-03)
i118732 “a group pursuing in an effort to overtake or capture.” (enwn-3.0:ens-430248; added 2017-04-03)
i118733 “a red flag used by bullfighters.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444889; added 2017-04-03)
i118734 “a self-contained valve which opens to admit gas to a chamber (such as air to inflate a tire), and is then automatically closed and kept sealed by the pressure in the chamber, or a spring, or both, to prevent the gas from escaping.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444892; added 2017-04-03)
i118735 “a set of wooden dolls of decreasing size placed one inside the other.” (enwn-3.0:ens-444898; added 2017-04-03)
i118736 “an unsweetened, anise-flavored alcoholic drink that is popular in Turkey, Greece, and in the Balkan countries as an apéritif.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406884; added 2017-04-03)
i118737 “Any of several varieties of wine from southern Italy.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406885; added 2017-04-03)
i118738 “Campari is an alcoholic liqueur, considered an apéritif (20.5%, 21%, 24%, 25%, or 28% ABV, depending on the country in which it is sold), obtained from the infusion of herbs and fruit (including chinotto and cascarilla) in alcohol and water.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406886; added 2017-04-03)
i118739 “Sencha refers to Japanese ryokucha (green tea) which is made into the green tea beverage by infusing the processed whole tea leaves in hot water.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406887; added 2017-04-03)
i118740 “Kogel mogel, Gogl-Mogl, Gogel-Mogel, Gogol-Mogol, Gogli-Mogli, or Gogle-mogle is an egg-based homemade dessert popular in Eastern Europe and Caucasus.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406888; added 2017-04-03)
i118741 “an Italian bitter liqueur made from 13 herbs and plants.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406881; added 2017-04-03)
i118742 “A mocaccino, also called caffè mocha , is a chocolate-flavored variant of a caffelatte.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406882; added 2017-04-03)
i118743 “a transverse mode of a beam of electromagnetic radiation is a particular electromagnetic field pattern of radiation.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406894; added 2017-04-03)
i118744 “a number, which is equal to either 1 followed by 303 zeros, or 1 followed by 600 zeros, depending on the system used.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406895; added 2017-04-03)
i118745 “Dunlop is a mild cheese or 'sweet-milk cheese' from Dunlop in East Ayrshire, Scotland.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406896; added 2017-04-03)
i118746 “a soil made up primarily of humus from drained swampland.” (enwn-3.0:ens-431830; added 2017-04-03)
i118747 “Bread crumbs or breadcrumbs (regional variants: breading, crispies) are small particles of dry bread, used for breading or crumbing foods, topping casseroles, stuffing poultry, thickening stews, adding inexpensive bulk to meatloaves and similar foods, and making a crisp and crunchy coating for fried foods, especially breaded cutlets like tonkatsu and schnitzel.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406897; added 2017-04-03)
i118748 “an explosive mixture of liquid dinitrogen tetroxide serving as oxidizer with a suitable fuel, e.g. carbon disulfide, in the 3:2 volume ratio.” (enwn-3.0:ens-431831; added 2017-04-03)
i118749 “an organic compound with the molecular formula (CH2)5NH.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406898; added 2017-04-03)
i118750 “Earl Grey tea is a tea blend with a distinctive citrus flavour and aroma derived from the addition of oil extracted from the rind of the bergamot orange, a fragrant citrus fruit.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406899; added 2017-04-03)
i118751 “a format commonly used in video teleconferencing systems, defines a video sequence with a resolution of 352 × 288.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406891; added 2017-04-03)
i118752 “Ethylmorphine (also known as codethyline, dionine, and ethyl morphine) is an opiate narcotic analgesic (pain killer).” (enwn-3.0:ens-406862; added 2017-04-03)
i118753 “Potassium periodate is an inorganic salt with the molecular formula KIO4.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406868; added 2017-04-03)
i118754 “Fucoxanthin is a xanthophyll, with formula C42H58O6.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406860; added 2017-04-03)
i118755 “the branch of botany that is concerned with the measurement of the various dimensions of trees, as well as the statistical properties of tree stands.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406845; added 2017-04-03)
i118756 “a standard method of expressing the diameter of the trunk or bole of a standing tree.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406847; added 2017-04-03)
i118757 “the spacing between columns in a colonnade.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406849; added 2017-04-03)
i118758 “an inorganic compound with the formula NH4ClO4.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406852; added 2017-04-03)
i118759 “an appetite suppressant of the phenethylamine class.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406853; added 2017-04-03)
i118760 “an organic compound with the formula (C6H5)2NH.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406854; added 2017-04-03)
i118761 “a drug used for treatment of human sleeping sickness caused by trypanosomes.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406855; added 2017-04-03)
i118762 “a hydrazine drug used as an antidepressant.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406820; added 2017-04-03)
i118763 “a serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (SNRI), prescribed for major depressive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406821; added 2017-04-03)
i118764 “an anticonvulsant drug used in the treatment of epilepsy and bipolar disorder.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406822; added 2017-04-03)
i118765 “an anticonvulsant and mood-stabilizing drug, used primarily in the treatment of epilepsy.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406823; added 2017-04-03)
i118766 “a complex of three regulatory proteins that is integral to muscle contraction in skeletal muscle and cardiac muscle, but not smooth muscle.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406824; added 2017-04-03)
i118767 “an anticonvulsant and mood-stabilizing drug used primarily in the treatment of epilepsy and bipolar disorder, as well as trigeminal neuralgia.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406825; added 2017-04-03)
i118768 “a structural isomer of quinoline.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406826; added 2017-04-03)
i118769 “Civetone is a cyclic ketone and one of the oldest perfume ingredients known, it is a pheromone sourced from the African Civet; it has a strong musky odor that becomes pleasant at extreme dilutions.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406827; added 2017-04-03)
i118770 “The area density of a two-dimensional object is calculated as the mass per unit area. The SI derived unit is: kilogram per square metre.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406839; added 2017-04-03)
i118771 “quiet, dark, or concealed; "her shady past intrigued him"; "a shady part of town"” (enwn-3.0:ens-274450; added 2017-04-03)
i118772 “(of clothing) revealing the body; "her dress was scanty and revealing"” (enwn-3.0:ens-274458; added 2017-04-03)
i118773 “a globular protein found in milk.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406801; added 2017-04-03)
i118774 “an essential condiment used in Japanese cuisine; it is a kind of rice wine similar to sake, but with a lower alcohol content and higher sugar content.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406803; added 2017-04-03)
i118775 “Cutan is one of two polymers which occur in the cuticle of some plants.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406807; added 2017-04-03)
i118776 “a cyclic ether with the chemical formula C2H4O.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406808; added 2017-04-03)
i118777 “a flavonol found in many fruits, vegetables, leaves and grains.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406810; added 2017-04-03)
i118778 “A luminophore is an atom or atomic grouping in a chemical compound that manifests luminescence.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406811; added 2017-04-03)
i118779 “a white crystalline salt, highly soluble in water.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406812; added 2017-04-03)
i118780 “Clomethiazole (also called chlormethiazole) is a sedative and hypnotic used in treating and preventing symptoms of acute alcohol withdrawal.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406813; added 2017-04-03)
i118781 “an antidepressant of the serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (SNRI) class.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406816; added 2017-04-03)
i118782 “a drug used primarily in the treatment of major depressive disorder, although it may also be used to treat asthma or irritable bowel syndrome.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406817; added 2017-04-03)
i118783 “an organic compound with the formula (CH2)5C(O)NH.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406818; added 2017-04-03)
i118784 “a psychoactive drug of the tetracyclic antidepressant therapeutic family.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406819; added 2017-04-03)
i118785 “a fairlead with a hole through which a line is led, used to change the direction of pull.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465114; added 2017-04-03)
i118786 “a mechanism consisting of a part which slides on or against a guide.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465116; added 2017-04-03)
i118787 “a common natural compound synthesized by decarboxylation of the amino acid arginine.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465117; added 2017-04-03)
i118788 “a disc or spherical object fitted onto the spindle to increase and maintain the speed of the spin.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465129; added 2017-04-03)
i118789 “anything resembling a hoop; a solid object in the shape of a circle.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465128; added 2017-04-03)
i118790 “(sports) a large, transparent, inflatable ball, inside which a person may be secured and then rolled downhill.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465130; added 2017-04-03)
i118791 “a sedative originally synthesized in 1909 by Bayer.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406986; added 2017-04-03)
i118792 “Jasmone is a natural organic compound extracted from the volatile portion of the oil from jasmine flowers.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406981; added 2017-04-03)
i118793 “Tephrite is an igneous, volcanic (extrusive) rock, with aphanitic to porphyritic texture.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406996; added 2017-04-03)
i118794 “Fuchsine (sometimes spelled fuchsin) or rosaniline hydrochloride is a magenta dye with chemical formula C20H19N3·HCl.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406997; added 2017-04-03)
i118795 “An anaphrodisiac (also antaphrodisiac or antiaphrodisiac) is something that quells or blunts the libido.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406992; added 2017-04-03)
i118796 “the price at which there is no tendency for it to change.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406966; added 2017-04-03)
i118797 “the price of goods sold by a wholesaler.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406967; added 2017-04-03)
i118798 “the total price charged for a product sold to a customer, which includes the manufacturer's cost plus a retail markup.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406969; added 2017-04-03)
i118799 “a cycloalkane with the molecular formula (CH2)6.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406979; added 2017-04-03)
i118800 “Haematoxylin, (also called hematoxylin, Natural Black 1, or C.I. 75290) is a yellow or red crystalline compound, C16H14O6·3H2O, the coloring material of logwood, that is used in dyes, inks, and stains.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406940; added 2017-04-03)
i118801 “a rig on a sailing vessel that consists of a foresail, such as a jib or genoa sail, that does not reach all the way to the top of the mast.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465316; added 2017-04-03)
i118802 “the diameter of round or cylindrical body, as of a bullet, a projectile, or a column.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465317; added 2017-04-03)
i118803 “an additional stay that limits the amount that the upper portion of the mast can bend, and thereby enables tension to be effectively transferred from the backstay to the forestay.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465310; added 2017-04-03)
i118804 “(in longline fishing) the central line to which the branch lines with baits are attached.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465329; added 2017-04-03)
i118805 “(nautical) a small line of three strands used for seizing.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465321; added 2017-04-03)
i118806 “the Latin name for Switzerland” (enwn-3.0:ens-333449; added 2017-04-03)
i118807 “an inorganic compound with the formula LiClO4.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406920; added 2017-04-03)
i118808 “a naturally occurring purine derivative.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406922; added 2017-04-03)
i118809 “Zoigl is a variety of beer brewed only in the Oberpfalz in eastern Bavaria in Germany, between Franconia and the Czech Republic.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406923; added 2017-04-03)
i118810 “Tilsit cheese or Tilsiter cheese is a light yellow semi-hard smear-ripened cheese, created in the mid-19th century by Prussian-Swiss settlers, the Westphal family, from the Emmental valley.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406925; added 2017-04-03)
i118811 “Granita (in Italian also granita siciliana) is a semi-frozen dessert made from sugar, water and various flavorings.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406928; added 2017-04-03)
i118812 “Ferroin is the chemical compound with the formula [Fe(o-phen)3]SO4, where o-phen is an abbreviation for 1,10-phenanthroline, a bidentate ligand.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406932; added 2017-04-03)
i118813 “Snickers is a brand name chocolate bar made by Mars, Incorporated. It consists of nougat topped with caramel and peanuts, enrobed in milk chocolate.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406900; added 2017-04-03)
i118814 “Amrita is a Sanskrit word that literally means "immortality", and is often referred to in texts as nectar. The word's earliest occurrence is in the Rigveda, where it is one of several synonyms of "soma", the drink which confers immortality upon the gods. It is related etymologically to the Greek "ambrosia", and it carries the same meaning.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406901; added 2017-04-03)
i118815 “a backstay that supports the headstay in a fractionally rigged boat.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465239; added 2017-04-03)
i118816 “Pu-erh or Pu'er tea (pǔ'ěr chá) is a variety of fermented dark tea produced in Yunnan province, China.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406905; added 2017-04-03)
i118817 “Turacin is a naturally occurring red pigment, found only in the bird family Musophagidae, the turacos.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406906; added 2017-04-03)
i118818 “White tea is a lightly oxidized tea grown and harvested primarily in China, mostly in the Fujian and Zhejiang province.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406907; added 2017-04-03)
i118819 “Ferrochrome (FeCr) is an alloy of chromium and iron containing between 50% and 70% chromium.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406908; added 2017-04-03)
i118820 “Khellin is a furanochromone, an organic compound which is derivative of chromone and furan.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406909; added 2017-04-03)
i118821 “a type of beverage containing stimulant drugs, chiefly caffeine, which is marketed as providing mental and physical stimulation.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406910; added 2017-04-03)
i118822 “a hepatoxic cyclic pentapeptide found in Nodularia spumigena.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406911; added 2017-04-03)
i118823 “Garum was a fermented fish sauce used as a condiment in the cuisines of ancient Greece, Rome, and Byzantium.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406912; added 2017-04-03)
i118824 “(nautical) a mooring line that keeps the ship close to pier.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465249; added 2017-04-03)
i118825 “Taramasalata or taramosalata is a Greek and Turkish meze.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406914; added 2017-04-03)
i118826 “a heterocyclic compound with the formula C4H4S.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406915; added 2017-04-03)
i118827 “Kharcho is a traditional Georgian soup containing beef, rice, cherry plum purée and chopped English walnut.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406918; added 2017-04-03)
i118828 “Khmeli suneli is a traditional Georgian spice mix.” (enwn-3.0:ens-406919; added 2017-04-03)
i118829 “(nautical) a line stretched longways between a docked vessel and a cleat on the pier, or used during berthing to guide the vessel into its slip.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465253; added 2017-04-03)
i118830 “a line that raises the end of a gaff nearer to the mast.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465254; added 2017-04-03)
i118831 “(nautical) any, except the outermost, of the ropes extending down to the deck with which a square sail is rolled up to the yard.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465265; added 2017-04-03)
i118832 “a line that raises the end of a gaff further from the mast.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465260; added 2017-04-03)
i118833 “(sailing) a line (rope) attached to and intended to control the end of a spar on a sailboat.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465261; added 2017-04-03)
i118834 “a class of climbing knots known as ratcheting knots for their ability to let the rope move in one direction, but not in the other.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465263; added 2017-04-03)
i118835 “a rope or cable attached to the winch on a fishing trawler that is used to haul the fishing nets.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465280; added 2017-04-03)
i118836 “a shroud fitted on rigs with multiple spreaders.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465408; added 2017-04-03)
i118837 “a lightweight line with a weight attached at the end, thrown between two ships or a ship and the shore to pull a heavier line or rope across.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465403; added 2017-04-03)
i118838 “a long loose temporary stitch used in dressmaking, etc.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465415; added 2017-04-03)
i118839 “a rope or wire strung from a ship's bow to stern to which a safety harness can be clipped, allowing a crewmember to move about the deck safely when there is risk of falling or being swept overboard.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465411; added 2017-04-03)
i118840 “specially formulated thread usually made from mercerized cotton for crafting decorative crochet items such as doilies or filet crochet.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465427; added 2017-04-03)
i118841 “yarn that has undergone the carding process, but not the combing process.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465447; added 2017-04-03)
i118842 “a soft silk embroidery thread.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465440; added 2017-04-03)
i118843 “yarn made from silk waste.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465443; added 2017-04-03)
i118844 “a medication used for the treatment of migraine headaches.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465352; added 2017-04-03)
i118845 “a fishing line with natural or artificial baited hook trailed by a vessel near the surface or at a certain depth.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465350; added 2017-04-03)
i118846 “a monoamine alkaloid that is found in trace amounts in the brains of mammals and is believed to play a role as a neuromodulator or neurotransmitter.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465351; added 2017-04-03)
i118847 “a short line of horsehair, gut, monofilament, etc., by which a fishhook is attached to a longer (and usually heavier) line.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465388; added 2017-04-03)
i118848 “any of a group of chemical compounds that contain both hydroxyl and amino functional groups on an alkane backbone.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465392; added 2017-04-03)
i118849 “(nautical) one of several short lengths of line stitched through a sail for tying a reef.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465393; added 2017-04-03)
i118850 “(climbing) a line that can be hung onto with hands while climbing up or down a steep or slick section for limited protection.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465390; added 2017-04-03)
i118851 “climbing equipment that consists of a lanyard and two carabiners.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465391; added 2017-04-03)
i118852 “a type of mobile phone case, used for protection and personalization.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465523; added 2017-04-03)
i118853 “a strong stay between a bowsprit and the stem of a vessel for holding down the bowsprit.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465520; added 2017-04-03)
i118854 “any of a group of compounds with more than one ether group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465569; added 2017-04-03)
i118855 “a redox cofactor involved in several important reactions in metabolism.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465567; added 2017-04-03)
i118856 “yarn made from the long soft hair of the outer coat of the Angora goat or the fur of the Angora rabbit.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465458; added 2017-04-03)
i118857 “any amino acid with a hydroxy group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465468; added 2017-04-03)
i118858 “a cheaper replacement for passing, far more commonly used in modern goldwork.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465463; added 2017-04-03)
i118859 “a braided cord worn on one shoulder with certain uniforms.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465464; added 2017-04-03)
i118860 “the most basic and common thread used in goldwork; it consists of a thin strip of metal wound around a core of cotton or silk.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465460; added 2017-04-03)
i118861 “an amino acid derivative that occurs in plants.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465489; added 2017-04-03)
i118862 “the farthest forward forestay that runs from the bow or bowsprit to the top of the mast.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465484; added 2017-04-03)
i118863 “any of a group of amino acids that are precursors to proteins, and are incorporated into proteins during translation.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465486; added 2017-04-03)
i118864 “a shroud attached near the masthead that stays the mast against athwartship loads.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465495; added 2017-04-03)
i118865 “the acid anhydride of maleic acid produced industrially on a large scale for applications in coatings and polymers.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465497; added 2017-04-03)
i118866 “a wildland firefighting tool that resembles a broom with metal bristles, designed for extinguishing minor fires in rural areas such as heaths.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465628; added 2017-04-03)
i118867 “the basic identity document in use during the Third Reich era, first introduced in July 1938, also issued to citizens of countries conquered by Germany.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426001; added 2017-04-03)
i118868 “a hand tool with polished agate tips (or other gemstone) for rubbing the gold leaf in order to obtain a highly polished surface, used in gilding.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465639; added 2017-04-03)
i118869 “a broom for sweeping the streets.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465634; added 2017-04-03)
i118870 “A device for exercising and developing the muscles of the body; it consists of a strong elastic band or a set of spings mounted between two handles.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451000; added 2017-04-03)
i118871 “a type of nucleoside including deoxyribose as a component.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465645; added 2017-04-03)
i118872 “A weight machine is an exercise machine used for weight training that uses gravity as the primary source of resistance and a combination of simple machines to convey that resistance to the person using the machine.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451009; added 2017-04-03)
i118873 “a weapon used in hand-to-hand combat such as a bladed weapon or a blunt weapon.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451005; added 2017-04-03)
i118874 “arms that are in relatively wide use, and that are not weapons of mass destruction (e.g. nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons).” (enwn-3.0:ens-451007; added 2017-04-03)
i118875 “the combat arm that deploys any type of armored forces, such as self-propelled artillery, tanks, etc.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451001; added 2017-04-03)
i118876 “an apparatus in rhythmic gymnastics; may be made of plastic or wood, provided that it retains its shape during the routine.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451002; added 2017-04-03)
i118877 “A club designed to feel like a putter but with a more lofted face, used with a putting motion to lift the ball out of the higher grass of the rough and fringe and drop it on the green, where it will then roll like a putt.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451017; added 2017-04-03)
i118878 “A cycloergometer, cycle ergometer or bicycle ergometer is a stationary bicycle with an ergometer to measure the work done by the exerciser.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451015; added 2017-04-03)
i118879 “A hybrid is a type of club used in the sport of golf with a design borrowing from both irons and woods while differing from both.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451020; added 2017-04-03)
i118880 “A ski pole made from Tonkin Cane, a species of bamboo.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451021; added 2017-04-03)
i118881 “a garden tool or machine designed to create holes in the soil in which lawn grasses grow.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465668; added 2017-04-03)
i118882 “any of a class of organic compounds sharing a common functional group characterized by a nitrogen to nitrogen covalent bond with 4 substituents with at least one of them being an acyl group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465669; added 2017-04-03)
i118883 “an often cone- or triangular-shaped, hand-held bag made from cloth, paper, or plastic that is used to pipe semi-solid foods by pressing them through a narrow opening at one end, for many purposes including cake decoration.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465665; added 2017-04-03)
i118884 “a plastic or metal utensil used for cake and pastry decoration, similar in principle to a pastry bag.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465666; added 2017-04-03)
i118885 “an optically active compound readily hydrolysed by mineral acids, alkali, or a suitable enzyme.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465667; added 2017-04-03)
i118886 “a type of cheese knife that produces thin, even slices, used to cut semi-hard and hard cheeses.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465661; added 2017-04-03)
i118887 “a plastic bag used for the roasting of meat or other food in an oven.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465662; added 2017-04-03)
i118888 “a Russian semi-automatic pistol developed in the early 1930s as a service pistol for the Soviet military.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451029; added 2017-04-03)
i118889 “A ski with wheels for use on dry pavement, in the absence of snow.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451023; added 2017-04-03)
i118890 “a revolver that makes the sound of gunfire but does not fire bullets.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451026; added 2017-04-03)
i118891 “A type of ski with a specialised ski binding that allows the skier to have the heel of the ski boot free and toe of the ski boot in the binding when using Nordic skiing techniques for ski touring and to have both the heel and the toe of the ski boot in the binding when using alpine skiing techniques to descend the mountain.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451031; added 2017-04-03)
i118892 “a leather or steel helmet similar to a nasal helmet but with a convex nasal and frontal head stripe that forms an ocular, popular in medieval Scandinavia.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451033; added 2017-04-03)
i118893 “a harrow used to refine seed-bed condition before planting, to remove small weeds in growing crops and to loosen the inter-row soils to allow for water to soak into the subsoil.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465672; added 2017-04-03)
i118894 “a harrow that consists of fine spring tines mounted on a contour-flexing frame, used for weeding crops.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465670; added 2017-04-03)
i118895 “a stationary exercise machine used to simulate stair climbing, walking, or running without causing excessive pressure to the joints, hence decreasing the risk of impact injuries.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451045; added 2017-04-03)
i118896 “a type of propeller-driven snowmobile, running on skis, used for communications, mail deliveries, medical aid, emergency recovery and border patrolling in northern Russia, as well as for recreation.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426097; added 2017-04-03)
i118897 “a tie worn around the neck of a competitor riding in an equestrian event.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426098; added 2017-04-03)
i118898 “a type of European sword characterized as having a cruciform hilt with a grip for two-handed use and a straight double-edged blade of around 90 to 110 cm (35 to 43 in), current during the late medieval and Renaissance periods (approximately 1350 to 1550).” (enwn-3.0:ens-426050; added 2017-04-03)
i118899 “armour for horses, developed in the late Middle Ages.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426047; added 2017-04-03)
i118900 “Bog-wood, also known as abonos and morta, especially amongst pipesmokers, is a material from trees that have been buried in peat bogs and preserved from decay by the acidic and anaerobic bog conditions, sometimes for hundreds or even thousands of years.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426032; added 2017-04-03)
i118901 “an aromatic ketone and an enone that forms the central core for a variety of important biological compounds, which are known collectively as chalcones or chalconoids.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426020; added 2017-04-03)
i118902 “a dance, musically similar to the mazurka, but danced much like the polka.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465607; added 2017-04-03)
i118903 “an O-methylated isoflavone which accounts for 5-10% of the total isoflavones in soy food products.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465605; added 2017-04-03)
i118904 “any of a group of cyclic chemical compounds that consist of a ring containing several ether groups.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465578; added 2017-04-03)
i118905 “a piece of cloth used in industrial environment for cleaning grease, oil, etc.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465572; added 2017-04-03)
i118906 “a cyclic ether with a three-atom ring.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465573; added 2017-04-03)
i118907 “a mobile phone accessory designed to attach to, support, or otherwise hold a mobile phone.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465570; added 2017-04-03)
i118908 “a toll-sticker applied on the inside of the windshield, required for driving on motorways in some European countries.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465571; added 2017-04-03)
i118909 “any of three isomeric chemical compounds: 2-Aminophenol, 3-Aminophenol and 4-Aminophenol.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465594; added 2017-04-03)
i118910 “a plough having two or more shares, coulters, and mouldboards designed to work simultaneously.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465732; added 2017-04-03)
i118911 “A concealer is a highly-pigmented, skin-colored cosmetic used to mask dark under eye circles, age spots and other blemishes visible on the skin.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426123; added 2017-04-03)
i118912 “Uterine milk a nutritive secretion produced by uterine glands especially during the early phases of mammalian gestation; it nourishes the young mammalian embryo prior to implantation.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426124; added 2017-04-03)
i118913 “the embryonic nourishment in placental mammals.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426125; added 2017-04-03)
i118914 “a form of plate armor worn in the Late Middle Ages characterized by full-body steel plate without a surcoat.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451108; added 2017-04-03)
i118915 “a type of armor made up of small iron plates sewn between layers of felt and canvas, used by common Medieval European soldiers and the rebel peasants.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451105; added 2017-04-03)
i118916 “An ion-exchange resin or ion-exchange polymer is an insoluble matrix (or support structure) normally in the form of small (0.5-1 mm diameter) beads, usually white or yellowish, fabricated from an organic polymer substrate.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426111; added 2017-04-03)
i118917 “Anion-exchange resin is a positively loaded type of ion-exchange resin.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426113; added 2017-04-03)
i118918 “A cation-exchange resin is a negatively charged type of ion-exchanged resin.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426114; added 2017-04-03)
i118919 “A permutite (also named permutit) is any of several artificial aluminosilicates that resemble the zeolites.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426119; added 2017-04-03)
i118920 “the circular or horseshoe arch that decorates many Indian cave temples and shrines.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451113; added 2017-04-03)
i118921 “a form of blog for which the medium is video, and is a form of web television.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426106; added 2017-04-03)
i118922 “a blog in which there is a limitation on the length of individual postings.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426101; added 2017-04-03)
i118923 “a salt of alginic acid.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426102; added 2017-04-03)
i118924 “a form of photo sharing and publishing in the format of a blog.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426103; added 2017-04-03)
i118925 “a missile primarily designed to hit and destroy heavily armored military vehicles.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451127; added 2017-04-03)
i118926 “a kind of projectile weapon used to launch small missiles, consists of a Y-shaped frame held in the off hand, with two rubber strips attached to the uprights.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451131; added 2017-04-03)
i118927 “a collection of homilies, or familiar explanations of the Gospels.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451137; added 2017-04-03)
i118928 “a navigational tool for determining the direction of true north through the positions of various astronomical bodies.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451138; added 2017-04-03)
i118929 “A device used for testing and increasing the strength of the hands.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451139; added 2017-04-03)
i118930 “a kind of porridge commonly eaten in ancient Rome.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426163; added 2017-04-03)
i118931 “a plough that has only one wheel at the front and handles at the rear for the ploughman to steer and maneuver it.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465707; added 2017-04-03)
i118932 “a type of plough that loosens the subsoil.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465704; added 2017-04-03)
i118933 “small red fruit of Rosa canina.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426168; added 2017-04-03)
i118934 “a plough with two moldboards.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465729; added 2017-04-03)
i118935 “a cultivator that uses blades to throw soil toward the roots of crops.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465699; added 2017-04-03)
i118936 “a harrow that uses a series of turning spiked wheels for breaking up and smoothing out the surface of the soil.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465693; added 2017-04-03)
i118937 “a farm implement used to remove weeds.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465696; added 2017-04-03)
i118938 “a type of tine harrow that uses many flexible iron teeth mounted in rows to loosen the soil before planting.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465692; added 2017-04-03)
i118939 “a large oblong curved transparent shield used by police controlling crowds.” (enwn-3.0:ens-451092; added 2017-04-03)
i118940 “a painting that depicts scenes evocative of the night or subjects as they appear in a veil of light, in twilight, or in the absence of direct light.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426250; added 2017-04-03)
i118941 “a cooking stove specially designed to be portable and lightweight, used in camping, picnicking, backpacking, or other use in remote locations where an easily transportable means of cooking or heating is needed.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426256; added 2017-04-03)
i118942 “the bivalent group =NH not linked to any acid group.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465853; added 2017-04-03)
i118943 “a live or recorded human voice service, usually accessed by telephone, that gives the correct time.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426240; added 2017-04-03)
i118944 “a poem dealing with love and wine.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426247; added 2017-04-03)
i118945 “a molecule containing two ketone groups.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465819; added 2017-04-03)
i118946 “a type of a bowed string instrument so named no later than the 8th century and spread via Islamic trading routes over much of North Africa, the Middle East, parts of Europe, and the Far East.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426291; added 2017-04-03)
i118947 “a stringed instrument having seven strings; played by strumming or plucking.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426283; added 2017-04-03)
i118948 “an acoustical wooden guitar with six classical guitar strings as opposed to the metal strings used in acoustic and electric guitars designed for popular music.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426286; added 2017-04-03)
i118949 “a type of Greek pottery used for carrying water.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426289; added 2017-04-03)
i118950 “a triangular harp traditional to Brittany, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, requiring great skill and long practice to play.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426275; added 2017-04-03)
i118951 “an organic compound containing a nitro group bonded to an amine.” (enwn-3.0:ens-465835; added 2017-04-03)
i118952 “a trough (usually wooden) or vessel in which dough, after being mixed and leavened, was left to swell or ferment.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426264; added 2017-04-03)
i118953 “a light source affixed to the head for outdoor activities at night or in dark conditions, providing hands-free lighting.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426260; added 2017-04-03)
i118954 “a container from which fluids were intended to be drunk or to be poured in some ceremony such as libation.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426302; added 2017-04-03)
i118955 “a device connected to the muzzle of a firearm or cannon that redirects propellant gases to counter recoil and unwanted rising of the barrel during rapid fire.” (enwn-3.0:ens-426305; added 2017-04-03)