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  1. freeman, man< in the Middle Ages, a feudal tenant of the king or of any higher-ranking lord; nobleman
  2. a member of the lowest rank of the British hereditary peerage
  3. this rank or its title
  4. a European or Japanese nobleman of like rank
  5. a man having great or absolute power in some field of business or industry; magnate/ an oil baron/
  6. a large joint of meat, including the whole sirloin or both loins, with the backbone between


  1. having no basis in fact; unfounded


  1. a basket like bed for an infant; it is often hooded and set on a stand having casters


    Note: Wikipedia. Ludwig van Beethoven, born 1770, Bonn, Germany, died March 26,1827, Vienna, Austria was a German composer and pianist. A crucial figure in the transition between the Classical and Romantic eras in Western art music, he remains one of the most famous and influential of all composers


  1. the state of believing; conviction or acceptance that certain things are true or real
  2. faith, esp. religious faith
  3. trust or confidence/ I have belief in his ability/
  4. anything believed or accepted as true; esp., a creed, doctrine, or tenet
  5. an opinion; expectation; judgment/ my belief is that he’ll come/


  1. in or into a state of violent or destructive rage or frenzy


  1. to confuse hopelessly, as by something complicated or involved; befuddle; puzzle
  2.  [Archaic] to cause to be lost, as in a wilderness


  1. collection of writings, in the Scriptures, the sacred book of Christianity; Old Testament and New Testament; some Roman Catholic versions also include all or part of the Apocrypha
  2. the Holy Scriptures of Judaism, identical with the Old Testament of Christianity
  3. a copy or particular edition of the Scriptures
  4. any collection or book of writings sacred to a religion/ the Koran is a Muslim Bible/
  5. any book regarded as authoritative or official. See also American Standard Version, Apocrypha, Authorized Version, Douay Bible, Jerusalem Bible, New American Bible, New English Bible, Revised Standard Version, Septuagint, Vulgate


  1. of or connected with biology; of plants and animals
  2. of the nature of living matter
  3. used in or produced by practical biology
  4. related genetically rather than by adoption/her biological father/a biological product


Note: blind

  1. without the power of sight; unable to see; sightless
  2. of or for sightless persons
  3. not able or willing to notice, understand, or judge
  4. done without adequate directions or knowledge/a blind search
  5. having certain information concealed or withheld intentionally/a blind ad, a blind test/
  6. disregarding evidence, sound logic, etc./ blind love, blind faith/
  7. reckless; unreasonable
  8. out of sight; hard to see; hidden/ a blind driveway
  9. dense; impenetrable/ a blind hedge/
  10. closed at one end/a blind duct/
  11. not controlled by intelligence/ blind destiny/
  12. a) insensible b) [Slang] drunk
  13. illegible; indistinct/ a blind letter/
  14. not bearing flowers or fruit: said of an imperfectly developed plant
  15. guided only by flight instruments, as in a storm/ a blind landing/
  16. Archit. having no opening/ a blind wall/
  17. Book binding designating stamping or tooling done without ink or foil
  18. to make sightless
  19. to make temporarily unable to see; dazzle
  20. to deprive of the power of insight or judgment
  21. to make dim; obscure
  22. to hide or conceal
  23. anything that obscures or prevents sight
  24. a) anything that keeps out light, as a window shade or shutter b) VENETIAN BLIND
  25. a place of concealment, as for a hunter; ambush
  26. a) a person or thing used to deceive or mislead; decay b) a person who, while appearing to act out of self-interest, really acts on behalf of another
  27. blindly; specif., so as to be blind, insensible, etc.
  28. recklessly
  29. guided only by flight instruments/ to fly blind/
  30. sight unseen/to buy a thing blind/ the blind people who are blind
  31. Note: Philosophies

  32. [Archaic] love of, or the search for, wisdom or knowledge
  33. theory or logical analysis of the principles underlying conduct, thought, knowledge, and the nature of the universe: included in philosophy are ethics, aesthetics, logic, epistemology, metaphysics, etc.
  34. the general principles or laws of a field of knowledge, activity, etc./ the philosophy of economics/
  35. a) a particular system of principles for the conduct of life b) a treatise covering such a system
  36. a study of human morals, character, and behavior
  37. mental balance or composure thought of as resulting from the study of philosophy


  1. the state of being a brother or brothers
  2. an association of men united in a common interest, work, creed, etc., as a fraternity, religious Order, or labor union
  3. a belief in, or feeling of, unity and cooperation among men or among all people


    Note: Davita and Mayo Clinic. In 1968, French nephrologist Dr. Jean Buerger first described immunoglobulin A (lgA) nephropathy.  Sometimes referred to as Buerger’s disease, lgA nephropathy is a kidney disease that causes the kidneys to become inflamed. Is a kidney disease that occurs when an antibody called immunoglobulin A (lgA) lodges in your kidneys. No cure exists for lgA nephropathy. This disease is not to be confused with Buerger’s disease (thromboangiitis obliterans) is a rare disease of the arteries and veins in the arms and legs. In Buerger’s disease, your blood vessels become inflamed, swell and can become blocked with blood clots (thrombi)

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