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  • botany: one of the specialized bracts around the floret in grasses Sister projects lemma (linguistics) on Wikipedia.en.Wikipedia:lemma (linguistics)
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  • relationship with another. sister publication, sister city, sister projects (usually attributively) In the same class. sister ships, sister facility (woman
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  • (small eyes and white skin, for example). Chinese girl. Younger sister. SEAlang Projects. (n.d.) Notes on Modern Chinese Loanwords in Thai. Retrieved:
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  • and attraction of a Britney Spears, a cross between Barbie and her little sister, Skipper. 2002, ELLEgirl‎, volume 1, page 154: I'm going for a Britney
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  • page ...?: Plus Phil was a lazy-ass bastard who was content to let his sister do all the work while he sat on his butt. 2015 May 6, “Re: All Atoms
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  • Rosales - order (Sometimes treated as part of order Urticales rather than as a sister of Urticaceae in Rosales.) (family): Ulmus - type genus; Ampelocera, Aphananthe
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  • Augustus Sala, Edmund Hodgson Yates, Temple Bar, Volume 129, page 144, “My sister requires your attendance at supper o’clock this evening — no excuse accepted
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  • Proto-Germanic *baswô, masculine form of Proto-Germanic *baswǭ ‎(“father's sister, aunt, cousin”). Cognate with Middle Low German bās ‎(“supervisor, foreman”)
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  • which he had not touched, had been removed with a damson pie; and his sister saw […] that he had eaten no more than a spoonful of that either. (intransitive)
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  • this gun. 2006, Daniel D. Scherschel, Maple Grove, page 81, I asked my sister Jeanette if she wanted to shoot the 12 ga. shotgun. She replied, "does it
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  • (intransitive) to be (intransitive) to live Mia sorella sta a Roma.‎ My sister lives in Rome. (intransitive, followed by a) to keep, stick (intransitive
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  • drawn. 1859, Charles Dickens, The Haunted House In the drawing of lots, my sister drew her own room, and I drew Master B.'s. (transitive) To win in a lottery
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  • secretly homosexual) Meine Schwester hat mich bei meinen Eltern geoutet!‎ My sister outed me to my parents! (reflexive, LGBT) to come out of the closet, come
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  • “lightning”) Astrape (Greek mythology) The goddess/personification of lightning, sister of Bronte, and an attendant of Zeus. Her Roman counterpart is Fulgora. (rare):
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  • shuōdào: "nǐmen ná wǒ zuò yúrén dài, shénme shì wǒ bù zhī. [Pinyin] Second Sister You said with tears dripping, “You treat me like a fool. Whatever it is
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  • ‎(niotta) m (genitive) nephew (specifically, sister's son) GURAN/1/1 at the Celtic Inscribed Stones Project ᚇᚒᚋᚓᚂᚔ ᚋᚐᚊᚔ ᚌᚂᚐᚄᚔᚉᚑᚅᚐᚄ ᚅᚔᚑᚈᚈᚐ ᚉᚑᚁᚏᚐᚅᚑᚏ[···‎
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  • if we keep in mind that this novel was written in 1987. Mother figure, sister, translesbian lover, and consistent friend, this character functions here
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  • everything, particularly what is normally withheld. 2011, Star Jones, Satan's Sisters: A Novel Work of Fiction, page 23: Of all the people in the world to write
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  • (father's sister) cousin beloved, dear     declension of ܕܕܬܐ (paternal aunt): ܥܡܬܐ ܚܠܬܐ “ddh”, in The Comprehensive Aramaic Lexicon Project, Cincinnati:
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  • shopping bags loaded with fine dresses and underclothes for herself and her sisters. Later she hipped Chris to boosting 2009, Sean Rogers, Pynchon and comics
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