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  • 21Oospira duci — Three views of the shell which is the holotype of Oospira duci Scientific classification Kingdom …

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  • 22behead — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. decapitate, decollate. See killing, punishment. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. decapitate, execute, guillotine; see kill 1 . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) v. decapitate, decollate, guillotine, execute …

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  • 23Punishment — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Punishment >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 punishment punishment punition Sgm: N 1 chastisement chastisement chastening Sgm: N 1 correction correction castigation GRP: N 2 Sgm: N 2 discipline discipline …

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  • 24decollation — noun see decollate …

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  • 25Helix (genus) — Taxobox name = Helix image width = 230px image caption = Garden snail ( Helix aspersa ) on Limonium regnum = Animalia phylum = Mollusca classis = Gastropoda ordo = Pulmonata familia = Helicidae genus = Helix genus authority = Linnaeus, 1758… …

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  • 26Helix aspersa — Garden snail (Helix aspersa) on Limonium Conservation status NE …

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  • 27Jazz (word) — That Funny Jas Band From Dixieland , 1916 sheet music cover. Alternative spellings such as jass , jas and even jasz were seen until 1918. The origin of the word jazz is one of the most sought after word origins in modern American English. The… …

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  • 28Subulinidae — Temporal range: Lower Paleocene–Recent[1] …

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  • 29Stumpfschnecke — (Rumina decollata (Linné, 1758)) Systematik Ordnung: Lungenschnecken (Pulmonata) Unterordnu …

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  • 30declivous — adj. [L. de, away from; clivis, hill] Sloping downward; gradually descending. decollate adj. [L. de, away from; collum, neck] (MOLLUSCA: Gastropoda) Pertaining to cut or broken off, as the apex on some land gastropods; wearing away at the apex;… …

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  • 31collate — verb /kɒˈleɪt,ˈkoʊ.leɪt/ a) To examine diverse documents et cetera to discover similarities and differences. The young attorneys were set the task of collating the contract submitted by the other side with the previous copy. b) To assemble… …

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  • 32behead — verb To remove the head. Syn: decapitate, decollate …

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  • 33decapitate — verb /dɪˈkapɪteɪt/ To remove the head of. Syn: behead, decollate Ant: recapitate …

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  • 34Helix (gastropod) — Helix Temporal range: Oligocene–Recent …

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  • 35Oospira smithi — Three views of the shell of the holotype of Oospira smithi Scientific classification Kingdom …

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  • 36burn — Synonyms and related words: Earth insertion, LEM, LM, abrade, abrasion, adolescent stream, afflict, agonize, ail, air dry, altitude peak, anhydrate, apogee, arroyo, assault, attack, attitude control rocket, automatic control, bake, ballistic… …

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  • 37crucify — Synonyms and related words: abuse, afflict, aggrieve, agonize, ail, bedevil, befoul, behead, bewitch, bite, blight, bloody, bother, bowstring, browbeat, burn, chafe, claw, condemn, convulse, corrupt, curse, cut, damage, decapitate, decollate,… …

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  • 38decapitate — Synonyms and related words: behead, bowstring, burn, crucify, decimate, decollate, defenestrate, demolish, electrocute, execute, garrote, guillotine, head, inflict capital punishment, lapidate, neck, put to death, raze, ruin, shoot, stone,… …

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  • 39execute — Synonyms and related words: abide by, accompany, accomplish, achieve, act, adhere to, administer, administrate, annihilate, assassinate, attain, be productive, behead, bereave of life, bowstring, bring about, bring into being, bring off, bring to …

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  • 40garrote — Synonyms and related words: asphyxia, asphyxiate, asphyxiation, behead, beheading, bowstring, burke, burking, burn, burning, capital punishment, choke, choking, crucifixion, crucify, decapitate, decapitation, decollate, decollation, defenestrate …

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