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  • Allocation(Definition of allocation)
  • The term cluster was changed to allocation unit in dos 4.

  • Addiction(Definition of addiction)
  • Along with his opium addiction, debt was one of the primary constraints of de quinceys adult life.

  • Ossification(Definition of ossification)
  • The prevomer is joined to the premaxillary by ossification.

  • Oscillation(Definition of oscillation)
  • Now and again some orator would be hoisted up on the shoulders of his fellows, when an oscillation of the crowd would remove his supporters and down he would come, only to be succeeded by another at some other part of the assembly.

  • Avocation(Definition of avocation)
  • One of the most striking of the testimonies borne to the value of the friendship of a woman is that of sir edward bulwer lytton: it is a wonderful advantage to a man, in every pursuit or avocation, to secure an adviser in a sensible woman.

  • Association(Definition of association)
  • Alfieri had lately joined the association of the honey-bees, and the professor, at his suggestion, had invited odo, for whose discretion his friend declared himself ready to answer.

  • Desiccation(Definition of desiccation)
  • Wells to write the war of the worlds in 1897, telling of an invasion by aliens from mars who were fleeing the planets desiccation.

  • Assignation(Definition of assignation)
  • They promised on their faith and honour that if they were alive they would keep their assignation.

  • Assertion(Definition of assertion)
  • He had never had any real business instinct, and to swagger a little over the land he held and to treat offers of purchase with contempt was the loud assertion of a capacity he did not possess.

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