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aphid-noun
any of various small, soft bodied insects of the family Aphididae that have mouthparts specially adapted for piercing and feed by sucking sap from plants;  also called plant louse
aphidian-adjective and-noun

adenosine-noun
a nucleoside, C10H13N5O4(10 parts {molecules} carbon, 13 parts hydrogen, 5 parts nitrogen, 4 parts oxygen), that is a structural component of nucleic acids and the major molecular component of ADP, AMP, and ATP (blend of adenine and ribose)

adenine-noun
a purine base, C5H5N5, (5 parts {molecules} carbon, 5 parts hydrogen, 5 parts nitrogen) that is a constituent of DNA and RNA

axiom-noun
a self evident or universally recognized truth; a maxim; a self evident principle

attire-noun
clothing or array; apparel
transitive verbs-attire, attired, attiring, attires
to dress or clothe, especially in elaborate or splendid garments

axis-noun
a real or imaginary straight line on which an object actually or supposedly rotates (the axis of a planet)

axon-noun
the long thread like extension of a nerve cell that through an electrochemical process conducts nerve impulses from the cell body; compare dendrites

allotropy-noun
the existence, especially in the solid state, of two or more crystalline or molecular structural forms of an element
allotropic or allotropical-adjective
allotropically-adverb

agile-adjective
characterized by quickness, lightness, and ease of movement; nimble; mentally alert (an agile mind)
agilely-adverb
agileness-noun
agility-noun
the state or quality of being agile; nimbleness

ampere-noun
a unit of electric current in the meter-kilogram-second system; it is the steady current that when flowing in straight parallel wires of infinite length and negligible cross section, separated by a distance of one meter in free space, produces a force between the wires of 2 × 10-7 newtons per meter of length

agency-noun;-plural-agencies
the condition of being in action; operation; the means or mode of acting; instrumentality; a business or service authorized to act for others: an employment agency; an administrative division of a government or international body

aborigine-noun
a member of the indigenous or earliest known population of a region

amendment-noun
the act of changing for the better; improvement (society may sometimes show signs of repentance and amendment); a correction or an alteration, as in a manuscript; a formal revision of, addition to, or change, as in a bill or a constitution; a statement of such a change

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