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  • LABOR | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
    labor definition: 1 US spelling of labour 2 the Labor Party, an Australian political party that believes in social equality and the rights of workers 3 practical work, esp work that involves physical effort: Learn more
  • RESPECT | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
    respect definition: 1 admiration felt or shown for someone or something that you believe has good ideas or qualities: 2 politeness, honour, and care shown towards someone or something that is considered important: 3 a feeling that something is right or important and you should not attempt to… Learn more
  • Dictionary - definition of dictionary by The Free Dictionary
    dic·tion·ar·y (dĭk′shə-nĕr′ē) n pl dic·tion·ar·ies 1 A reference work containing an alphabetical list of words, with information given for each word, usually including meaning, pronunciation, and etymology 2 A reference work containing an alphabetical list of words in one language with their translations in another language 3 A
  • Arms - definition of arms by The Free Dictionary
    The same spirit of legislation prevailed with respect to their bearing arms and their gymnastic exercises; for the poor are excused if they have no arms, but the rich are fined; the same method takes place if they do not attend their gymnastic exercises, there is no penalty on one, but there is on the other: the consequence of which is, that the fear of this penalty induces the rich to keep
  • Stoma | definition of stoma by Medical dictionary
    stoma (pl stomata) an opening in the epidermis of leaves (and sometimes stems) that allows gaseous exchange The size of the stomatal aperture is controlled by two guard cells, whose shape can alter depending upon internal turgidity See Fig 290 When flaccid, the thick inner wall causes the guard cells to straighten closing the stoma; when turgid the guard cells become curved, opening the





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