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Anastatic, an-a-stat′ik, adj. furnished with characters standing up, or raised in relief—esp.
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Antiquary, an′ti-kwar-i, n. one who studies or collects old things, esp.
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Arch′let, a little arch; Arch′way, an arched or vaulted passage, esp.
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Argosy, r′go-si, n. a large merchant-vessel richly laden, esp.
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Armament, rm′a-ment, n. forces armed or equipped for war: munitions of war, esp.
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Who was the elusive enemy with powers even beyond those ESP had bestowed on mankind?
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Orphrey, or′fri, n. gold or other rich embroidery attached to vestments, esp.
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Orthodox, or′tho-doks, adj. sound in doctrine: believing the received or established opinions, esp.
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Or′thodoxness; Or′thodoxy, soundness of opinion or doctrine: belief in the commonly accepted opinions, esp.
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Passion, pash′un, n. power of feeling pain or suffering: strong feeling or agitation of mind, esp.
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