This is the documentation for the Process Ontology. All instances of the Process class are listed here. Process is a temporal phenomenon that describes the trajectory of one ore more spatial phenomena in space and time. If you would like to browse some notes on the linguistic cues of the Process category, please refer to the CSN documentation.

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Documentation last generated on 2019-07-16 09:08 EDT.

abandonment

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Abandon, abandoned, or abandonment may refer to:

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abatement

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Abatement refers generally to a lessening, diminution, reduction, or moderation; specifically, it may refer to:

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aberration

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ablation

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Ablation is removal of material from the surface of an object by vaporization, chipping, or other erosive processes. Examples of ablative materials are described below, and include spacecraft material for ascent and atmospheric reentry, ice and snow in glaciology, biological tissues in medicine and passive fire protection materials.

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abrasion

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absorption

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abstraction

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Abstraction in its main sense is a conceptual process where general rules and concepts are derived from the usage and classification of specific examples, literal ("real" or "concrete") signifiers, first principles, or other methods. "An abstraction" is the outcome of this process—a concept that acts as a common noun for all subordinate concepts, and connects any related concepts as a group, field, or category.Conceptual abstractions may be formed by filtering the information content of a concept or an observable phenomenon, selecting only the aspects which are relevant for a particular subjectively valued purpose.

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acceleration

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In physics, acceleration is the rate of change of velocity of an object with respect to time. An object's acceleration is the net result of all forces acting on the object, as described by Newton's Second Law.

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acceleration~0-to-60mph

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acceptance

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acclimatization

Alternative labels for this instance are: acclimation.

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Acclimatization or acclimatisation (also called acclimation or acclimatation) is the process in which an individual organism adjusts to a change in its environment (such as a change in altitude, temperature, humidity, photoperiod, or pH), allowing it to maintain performance across a range of environmental conditions. Acclimatization occurs in a short period of time (hours to weeks), and within the organism's lifetime (compared to adaptation, which is a development that takes place over many generations).

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accommodation

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accretion

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accumulation

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acidification

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acquisition

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action

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activation

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Activation in (bio-)chemical sciences generally refers to the process whereby something is prepared or excited for a subsequent reaction.

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actuation

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adaptation

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In biology, adaptation has three related meanings. Firstly, it is the dynamic evolutionary process that fits organisms to their environment, enhancing their evolutionary fitness.

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addition

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Addition (often signified by the plus symbol "+") is one of the four basic operations of arithmetic; the others are subtraction, multiplication and division. The addition of two whole numbers is the total amount of those values combined.

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adhesion

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adiabatic-process

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adjustment

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adoption

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Adoption is a process whereby a person assumes the parenting of another, usually a child, from that person's biological or legal parent or parents. Legal adoptions permanently transfers all rights and responsibilities, along with filiation, from the biological parent or parents.

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adsorption

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Adsorption is the adhesion of atoms, ions or molecules from a gas, liquid or dissolved solid to a surface. This process creates a film of the adsorbate on the surface of the adsorbent.

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advance

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advection

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In the field of physics, engineering, and earth sciences, advection is the transport of a substance or quantity by bulk motion. The properties of that substance are carried with it.

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aeration

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aerologation

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aggradation

Alternative labels for this instance are: alluviate.

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Aggradation (or alluviation) is the term used in geology for the increase in land elevation, typically in a river system, due to the deposition of sediment. Aggradation occurs in areas in which the supply of sediment is greater than the amount of material that the system is able to transport.

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aggregation

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aging

Alternative labels for this instance are: ageing.

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Ageing or aging (see spelling differences) is the process of becoming older. The term refers especially to human beings, many animals, and fungi, whereas for example bacteria, perennial plants and some simple animals are potentially biologically immortal.

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aliasing

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In signal processing and related disciplines, aliasing is an effect that causes different signals to become indistinguishable (or aliases of one another) when sampled. It also refers to the distortion or artifact that results when the signal reconstructed from samples is different from the original continuous signal.

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alignment

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alkylation

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Alkylation is the transfer of an alkyl group from one molecule to another. The alkyl group may be transferred as an alkyl carbocation, a free radical, a carbanion or a carbene (or their equivalents).

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alleviation

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allocation

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allograft

Alternative labels for this instance are: allotransplant, allotransplantation.

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Allotransplant (allo- meaning "other" in Greek) is the transplantation of cells, tissues, or organs to a recipient from a genetically non-identical donor of the same species. The transplant is called an allograft, allogeneic transplant, or homograft.

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allotment

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alluviation

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Aggradation (or alluviation) is the term used in geology for the increase in land elevation, typically in a river system, due to the deposition of sediment. Aggradation occurs in areas in which the supply of sediment is greater than the amount of material that the system is able to transport.

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alteration

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In music, alteration is the use of a neighboring pitch in the chromatic scale in place of its diatonic neighbor. Alteration may also refer to: in law, alteration is an offence of modifying an object with a view to deceiving another into believing that the true object is the same as that altered, for instance, money alteration is an offence of altering money "with the intent that it be brought into circulation as genuine or that such bringing into circulation be facilitated" in tailoring, changing an existing garment in geology, mineral alteration the changing of minerals and rock fabrics chemically by heat and fluid circulation in medicine, according to the ICD-10-PCS, in the Medical and Surgical Section (0), root operation 0, alteration, means modifying the natural anatomic structure of a body part without affecting the function of the body part.

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alternation

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ammonification

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amortization

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Amortisation (or amortization; see spelling differences) is paying off an amount owed over time by making planned, incremental payments of principal and interest. To amortise a loan means "to kill it off".

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amplification

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amputation

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Amputation is the removal of a limb by trauma, medical illness, or surgery. As a surgical measure, it is used to control pain or a disease process in the affected limb, such as malignancy or gangrene.

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anchorage

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animation

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annealing

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annexation

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Annexation (Latin ad, to, and nexus, joining) is the administrative action and concept in international law relating to the forcible acquisition of one state's territory by another state and is generally held to be an illegal act. It is distinct from conquest, which refers to the acquisition of control over a territory involving a change of sovereignty, and differs from cession, in which territory is given or sold through treaty, since annexation is a unilateral act where territory is seized and held by one state.

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annihilation

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In particle physics, annihilation is the process that occurs when a subatomic particle collides with its respective antiparticle to produce other particles, such as an electron colliding with a positron to produce two photons. The total energy and momentum of the initial pair are conserved in the process and distributed among a set of other particles in the final state.

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application

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approach

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appulse

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aridification

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Aridification is the process of a region becoming increasingly dry. It refers to long term change rather than seasonal variation.

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armament

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arrest

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An arrest is the act of apprehending a person and taking them into custody, usually because they have been suspected of committing or planning a crime. After the person is taken into custody, they can be questioned further and/or charged.

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arrival

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ascension

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aspiration

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assemblage

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assessment

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assimilation

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assistance

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atomization

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attachment

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attack

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attainment

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attenuation

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In physics, attenuation or, in some contexts, extinction is the gradual loss of flux intensity through a medium. For instance, dark glasses attenuate sunlight, lead attenuates X-rays, and water and air attenuate both light and sound at variable attenuation rates.

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attraction

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augmentation

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austempering

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Austempering is heat treatment that is applied to ferrous metals, most notably steel and ductile iron. In steel it produces a bainite microstructure whereas in cast irons it produces a structure of acicular ferrite and high carbon, stabilized austenite known as ausferrite.

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austenitization

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autocollimation

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Autocollimation is an optical setup where a collimated beam (of parallel light rays) leaves an optical system and is reflected back into the same system by a plane mirror. It is used for measuring small tilting angles of the mirror, see autocollimator, or for testing the quality of the optical system or of a part of it.

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autoconversion

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autografting

Alternative labels for this instance are: autotransplantation.

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Autotransplantation is the transplantation of organs, tissues, or even particular proteins from one part of the body to another in the same person (auto- meaning "self" in Greek). The autologous tissue (also called autogenous, autogeneic, or autogenic tissue) transplanted by such a procedure is called an autograft or autotransplant.It is contrasted with allotransplantation (from other individual of same species), Syngeneic transplantation (Grafts transplanted between two genetically identical individuals of the same species) and xenotransplantation (from other species).

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avalanche

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averaging

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In colloquial language, an average is a single number taken as representative of a list of numbers. Different concepts of average are used in different contexts.

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aversion

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avoidance

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avulsion

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Avulsion in general refers to a tearing away.

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backcrossing

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Backcrossing is a crossing of a hybrid with one of its parents or an individual genetically similar to its parent, in order to achieve offspring with a genetic identity which is closer to that of the parent. It is used in horticulture, animal breeding and in production of gene knockout organisms.

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backfire

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A back-fire or backfire is combustion or an explosion produced by a running internal combustion engine that occurs in the air intake system rather than inside the combustion chamber. Unburnt fuel that is ignited in the exhaust system can produce loud sounds even if flames are not present at the tailpipe.

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backflow

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backlash

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backscatter

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In physics, backscatter (or backscattering) is the reflection of waves, particles, or signals back to the direction from which they came. It is a diffuse reflection due to scattering, as opposed to specular reflection as from a mirror.

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backspin

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In racquet sports and golf, backspin (also known in racket sports as slice or underspin), is a shot such that the ball rotates backwards (as though rolling back towards the player) after it is hit. This direction of spin imparts an upward force that lifts the ball (see Magnus effect).

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bale

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ballasting

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baseflow

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basification

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beaming

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bear

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belay

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Belaying refers to a variety of techniques climbers use to exert tension on a climbing rope so that a falling climber does not fall very far. A climbing partner typically applies tension at the other end of the rope whenever the climber is not moving, and removes the tension from the rope whenever the climber needs more rope to continue climbing.

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bending

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berth

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bifurcation

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binding

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binning

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bioaccumulation

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Bioaccumulation is the gradual accumulation of substances, such as pesticides, or other chemicals in an organism. Bioaccumulation occurs when an organism absorbs a substance at a rate faster than that at which the substance is lost by catabolism and excretion.

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bioconcentration

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Bioconcentration is the accumulation of a chemical in or on an organism when the source of chemical is solely water. Bioconcentration is a term that was created for use in the field of aquatic toxicology.

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biodegradation

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Biodegradation is the breakdown of organic matter by microorganisms, such as bacteria and fungi.

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bioluminescence

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Bioluminescence is the production and emission of light by a living organism. It is a form of chemiluminescence.

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biomagnification

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Biomagnification, also known as bioamplification or biological magnification, is the increasing concentration of a substance, such as a toxic chemical, in the tissues of tolerant organisms at successively higher levels in a food chain. This increase can occur as a result of: Persistence – where the substance cannot be broken down by environmental processes Food chain energetics – where the substance's concentration increases progressively as it moves up a food chain Low or non-existent rate of internal degradation or excretion of the substance – mainly due to water-insolubility Biological magnification often refers to the process whereby certain substances such as pesticides or heavy metals work their way into lakes, rivers and the ocean, and then move up the food chain in progressively greater concentrations as they are incorporated into the diet of aquatic organisms such as zooplankton, which in turn are eaten perhaps by fish, which then may be eaten by bigger fish, large birds, animals, or humans.

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bioremediation

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Bioremediation is a process used to treat contaminated media, including water, soil and subsurface material, by altering environmental conditions to stimulate growth of microorganisms and degrade the target pollutants. In many cases, bioremediation is less expensive and more sustainable than other remediation alternatives.

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biosynthesis

Alternative labels for this instance are: anabolism.

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Biosynthesis is a multi-step, enzyme-catalyzed process where substrates are converted into more complex products in living organisms. In biosynthesis, simple compounds are modified, converted into other compounds, or joined together to form macromolecules.

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bioturbation

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Bioturbation is defined as the reworking of soils and sediments by animals or plants. These include burrowing, ingestion and defecation of sediment grains.

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birth

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Birth is the act or process of bearing or bringing forth offspring. In mammals, the process is initiated by hormones which cause the muscular walls of the uterus to contract, expelling the fetus at a developmental stage when it is ready to feed and breathe.

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balancing

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blasting

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Blasting can be:

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bleaching

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bleeding

Alternative labels for this instance are: haemorrhaging, hemorrhaging.

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Bleeding, also known as a hemorrhage or haemorrhage, is blood escaping from the circulatory system from damaged blood vessels. Bleeding can occur internally, or externally either through a natural opening such as the mouth, nose, ear, urethra, vagina or anus, or through a wound in the skin.

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blister

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A blister is a small pocket of body fluid (lymph, serum, plasma, blood, or pus) within the upper layers of the skin, typically caused by forceful rubbing (friction), burning, freezing, chemical exposure or infection. Most blisters are filled with a clear fluid, either serum or plasma.

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blockage

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blossoming

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blowing

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blowoff

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blowout

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boiling

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bombardment

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bonding

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bore

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borrowing

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bouncing

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brace

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braiding

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braking

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A brake is a mechanical device that inhibits motion by absorbing energy from a moving system. It is used for slowing or stopping a moving vehicle, wheel, axle, or to prevent its motion, most often accomplished by means of friction.

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branching

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breaching

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breakdown

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breaking

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breakout

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breakover

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breakthrough

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breakup

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breastfeeding

Alternative labels for this instance are: nursing.

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Breastfeeding, also known as nursing, is the feeding of babies and young children with milk from a woman's breast. Health professionals recommend that breastfeeding begin within the first hour of a baby's life and continue as often and as much as the baby wants.

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breath

Alternative labels for this instance are: respiration, ventilation.

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breeding

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brewing

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bridging

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broadcast

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Broadcasting is the distribution of audio or video content to a dispersed audience via any electronic mass communications medium, but typically one using the electromagnetic spectrum (radio waves), in a one-to-many model. Broadcasting began with AM radio, which came into popular use around 1920 with the spread of vacuum tube radio transmitters and receivers.

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bromination

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brumate

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bubbling

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buckling

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budding

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buffer

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buffeting

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building

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buildup

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bulging

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bundle

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buoy

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burial

Alternative labels for this instance are: interment.

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Burial or interment is a method of final disposition wherein a dead person or animal is placed into the ground, sometimes with objects. This is usually accomplished by excavating a pit or trench, placing the deceased and objects in it, and covering it over.

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burrowing

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bursting

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bypass

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cache

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calcification

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Calcification is the accumulation of calcium salts in a body tissue. It normally occurs in the formation of bone, but calcium can be deposited abnormally in soft tissue, causing it to harden.

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calibration

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calving

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camouflaging

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canalization

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cancellation

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cannul

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capping

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capture

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carbonate

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carpool

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carrying

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carving

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cascading

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casting

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catalysis

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catching

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cauterization

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cavitation

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cementation

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centering

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centralization

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centrifugation

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cessation

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chafing

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chamber

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channelization

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charge

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chelation

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chemigation

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chemosynthesis

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chewing

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chipping

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chirping

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chisel

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chlorination

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choking

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churning

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circling

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circulation

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circumnavigation

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clamping

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cleaning

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clearance

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clearcutting

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cleaving

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climb

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clogging

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cloning

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closing

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clot

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clump

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clustering

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coagulation

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coalescence

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coat

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coersion

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coexistence

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cognition

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coiling

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collapse

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collection

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collimation

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collision

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colonization

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combination

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combustion

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Combustion, or burning, is a high-temperature exothermic redox chemical reaction between a fuel (the reductant) and an oxidant, usually atmospheric oxygen, that produces oxidized, often gaseous products, in a mixture termed as smoke. Combustion in a fire produces a flame, and the heat produced can make combustion self-sustaining.

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comminution

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compactification

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compaction

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compensation

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competition

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completion

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complexation

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compounding

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compression

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concealment

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conception

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conching

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A conche is a surface scraping mixer and agitator that evenly distributes cocoa butter within chocolate and may act as a "polisher" of the particles. It also promotes flavor development through frictional heat, release of volatiles and acids, and oxidation.

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concussion

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condensation

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Condensation is the change of the physical state of matter from the gas phase into the liquid phase, and is the reverse of vaporisation. The word most often refers to the water cycle.

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conditioning

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conduction

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conduction~frictional

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conduction~geothermal

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confinement

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conflation

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confusion

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congealment

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Congelation is the process by which something congeals, or thickens. This increase in viscosity can be achieved through a reduction in temperature or through chemical reactions.

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congestion

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conjugation

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connection

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conservation

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consolidation

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constraining

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constriction

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consumption

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Consumption may refer to:

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contactment

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containment

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contamination

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contraception

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contract

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contribute

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control

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contuse

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convection

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convergence

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conversion

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conveyance

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convolute

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convulsion

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cooking

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cooling

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cooperation

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coordination

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coping

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copying

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coring

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cornering

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correction

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correlation

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corrosion

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coupling

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course

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courship

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covering

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cracking

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cranking

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crashing

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cratering

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creation

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creeping

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crest

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crevasse

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crimping

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crossbreed

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crossing

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crossover

This instance is a narrower concept derived from crossing.

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crush

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crystallization

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culling

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culmination

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cultivation

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culturing

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Culture () is the social behavior and norms found in human societies. Culture is considered a central concept in anthropology, encompassing the range of phenomena that are transmitted through social learning in human societies.

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curation

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curettage

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Curettage ( or ), in medical procedures, is the use of a curette (French, meaning scoop) to remove tissue by scraping or scooping.Curettages are also a declining method of abortion. It has been replaced by vacuum aspiration over the last decade.Curettage has been used to treat teeth affected by periodontitis.

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curing

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A cure is a substance or procedure that ends a medical condition, such as a medication, a surgical operation, a change in lifestyle or even a philosophical mindset that helps end a person's sufferings; or the state of being healed, or cured. A disease is said to be incurable if there is always a chance of the patient relapsing, no matter how long the patient has been in remission.

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current

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A current in a fluid is the magnitude and direction of flow within that fluid. An air current presents the same properties specifically for a gaseous medium.

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current~longshore

This instance is a narrower concept derived from current.

current~rip

This instance is a narrower concept derived from current.

curtailment

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curve

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cushion

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cutoff

This instance is a narrower concept derived from cutting.

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cutting

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cycling

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damaging

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damming

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dampening

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damping

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darkening

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dating

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deactivation

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dealkalization

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Dealkalization is a process of surface modification applicable to glasses containing alkali ions, wherein a thin surface layer is created that has a lower concentration of alkali ions than is present in the underlying, bulk glass. This change in surface composition commonly alters the observed properties of the surface, most notably enhancing corrosion resistance.

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deburr

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decanting

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decaying

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deceleration

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decentralization

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deception

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decimation

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decision

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declination

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decollimation

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decomposition

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decompression

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defenestration

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Defenestration is the act of throwing someone or something out of a window. The term was coined around the time of an incident in Prague Castle in the year 1618 which became the spark that started the Thirty Years' War.

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defense

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defertilization

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defervesce

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deflation

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deflection

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defoliation

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deforestation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Deforestation, clearance, clearcutting or clearing is the removal of a forest or stand of trees from land which is then converted to a non-forest use. Deforestation can involve conversion of forest land to farms, ranches, or urban use.

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deformation

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defribillation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Defibrillation is a treatment for life-threatening cardiac dysrhythmias, specifically ventricular fibrillation (VF) and non-perfusing ventricular tachycardia (VT). A defibrillator delivers a dose of electric current (often called a countershock) to the heart.

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deglaciation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Deglaciation describes the transition from full glacial conditions during ice ages, to warm interglacials, characterized by global warming and sea level rise due to change in continental ice volume. Thus, it refers to the retreat of a glacier, an ice sheet or frozen surface layer, and the resulting exposure of the Earth's surface.

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degradation

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dehalogenation

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dehydration

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deionization

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delamination

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delay

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deliberation

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delineation

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delivery

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demand

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demarcation

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demolition

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denaturation

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denitrification

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denoising

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densification

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denude

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departure

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dependance

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dephosphorylation

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depletion

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deployment

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deposition

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Deposition may refer to:

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depression

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deprivation

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deprotonation

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derailment

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dereference

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desalination

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descent

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desertification

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desorption

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dessication

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destruction

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Destruction refers to damage to an object, system, being or idea, as in legal damages and physical vandalism.

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desublimation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Deposition is the phase transition in which gas transforms into solid without passing through the liquid phase. Deposition is a thermodynamic process.

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detachment

This instance has the following language cues:

detection

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In general, detection is the action of accessing information without specific cooperation from or synchronization with the sender. In the history of radio communications, the term "detector" was first used for a device that detected the simple presence or absence of a radio signal, since all communications were in Morse code.

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detention

This instance has the following language cues:

deterioration

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deterrment

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detonation

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detoxification

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detrainment

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development

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deviation

This instance has the following language cues:

dewatering

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differentiation

This instance has the following language cues:

diffraction

This instance has the following language cues:

diffusion

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Diffusion is net movement of anything (e.g., ideas, ions, molecules) from a region of higher concentration to a region of lower concentration. Diffusion is driven by a gradient in concentration.

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digestion

This instance has the following language cues:

digging

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dilatation

Alternative labels for this instance are: dilation.

This instance has the following language cues:

dilation

This instance has the following language cues:

dilution

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dimming

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dipping

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disappearance

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disassemble

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discharging

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disconnection

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discovery

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disentrainment

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disgregation

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disinfection

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Disinfectants are antimicrobial agents that are applied to the surface of non-living objects to destroy microorganisms that are living on the objects. Disinfection does not necessarily kill all microorganisms, especially resistant bacterial spores; it is less effective than sterilization, which is an extreme physical and/or chemical process that kills all types of life.

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disintegration

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dislocation

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dismantling

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dispersal

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displaced-convection

This instance is a narrower concept derived from convection.

This instance has the following attributes:

displacement

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disposal

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Disposal may refer to: Bomb disposal, the process by which hazardous explosive devices are rendered safe Dispose pattern in computer programming Disposal of human corpses, the practice and process of dealing with the remains of a deceased human being Disposal tax effect, a concept in economics Garbage disposal, a device installed under a kitchen sink between the sink's drain and the trap which shreds food waste into pieces small enough to pass through plumbing Ship disposal, the disposing of a ship after it has reached the end of its effective or economic service life with an organisation Waste disposal, the getting rid of waste materials Disposal, a statistic in Australian rules football referring to kicks or handballs.

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disruption

This instance has the following language cues:

dissection

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dissipation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Dissipation is the result of an irreversible process that takes place in homogeneous thermodynamic systems. A dissipative process is a process in which energy (internal, bulk flow kinetic, or system potential) is transformed from some initial form to some final form; the capacity of the final form to do mechanical work is less than that of the initial form.

This instance has the following language cues:

dissociation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Dissociation, in the wide sense of the word, is an act of disuniting or separating a complex object into parts.

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dissolution

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Dissolution or Dissolve may refer to:

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distillation

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distortion

This instance has the following language cues:

distraction

This instance has the following language cues:

distribution

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Distribution may refer to:

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disturbance

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divergence

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diversion

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diving

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division

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docking

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dodging

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dolomitization

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domination

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donation

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dosing

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doubling

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downburst

This instance is a narrower concept derived from bursting.

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downcutting

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downdraft

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downforce

This instance is a narrower concept derived from forcing.

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downscale

This instance is a narrower concept derived from scaling.

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downturn

This instance is a narrower concept derived from turning.

This instance has the following language cues:

downwelling

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Downwelling is the process of accumulation and sinking of higher density material beneath lower density material, such as cold or saline water beneath warmer or fresher water or cold air beneath warm air. It is the sinking limb of a convection cell.

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drafting

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dragging

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draining

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drawdown

This instance is a narrower concept derived from drawing.

This instance has the following language cues:

drawing

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dredging

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drifting

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drilling

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dripping

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driving

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Driving is the controlled operation and movement of a motor vehicle, including cars, motorcycles, trucks, and buses. Permission to drive on public highways is granted based on a set of conditions being met and drivers are required to follow the established road and traffic laws in the location they are driving.

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drowning

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Drowning is defined as respiratory impairment as a result of being in or under a liquid. Drowning typically occurs silently, with only a few people able to wave their hands or call for help.

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drying

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duct

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duplication

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dyeing

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dysregulation

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ebbing

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echoing

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eclipsing

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eddy

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In fluid dynamics, an eddy is the swirling of a fluid and the reverse current created when the fluid is in a turbulent flow regime. The moving fluid creates a space devoid of downstream-flowing fluid on the downstream side of the object.

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eddying

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ejection

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electrification

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electrocution

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electrodeposition

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electroplating

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electrorefining

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electrowinning

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elimination

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elongation

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elution

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eluviation

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emanation

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embalming

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embarkation

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embed

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embrittle

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Embrittlement is a loss of ductility of a material, making it brittle. Embrittlement is used for any phenomena where a hostile environment compromises a stressed material's mechanical performance.

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emergence

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In philosophy, systems theory, science, and art, emergence occurs when an entity is observed to have properties its parts do not have on their own. These properties or behaviors emerge only when the parts interact in a wider whole.

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emigration

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emission

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Emission may refer to:

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emplace

This instance has the following language cues:

emulsification

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encapsulation

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encase

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encroachment

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enforcement

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engagement

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engineering

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engraving

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enrichment

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enrobing

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entaglement

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entrainment

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entrance

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equalization

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equilibration

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eradication

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erosion

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eruption

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escalation

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escape

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establishment

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esterification

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estimation

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estivation

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etching

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ethylation

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eutrophication

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evacuation

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evaluation

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evaporation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Evaporation is a type of vaporization that occurs on the surface of a liquid as it changes into the gas phase. The surrounding gas must not be saturated with the evaporating substance.

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evapotranspiration

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Evapotranspiration (ET) is the sum of evaporation and plant transpiration from the Earth's land and ocean surface to the atmosphere. Evaporation accounts for the movement of water to the air from sources such as the soil, canopy interception, and waterbodies.

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evasion

This instance has the following language cues:

eviction

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evolution

This instance has the following language cues:

examination

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excavation

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exceeding

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exchange

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Exchange may refer to:

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excitation

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exclusion

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excretion

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excursion

This instance has the following language cues:

exertion

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exfitration

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exfoliation

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exhalation

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exhaustion

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exhumation

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existence

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exodus

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expansion

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expelling

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expiration

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exploitation

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explosion

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exportation

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exposition

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expression

This instance has the following language cues:

exsanguination

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Exsanguination is the loss of blood to a degree sufficient to cause death. One does not have to lose all of one's blood to cause death.

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extension

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extermination

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extinguishment

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extraction

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extrapolation

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extravasation

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extrusion

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exuding

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fabrication

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facet

This instance has the following language cues:

fading

This instance has the following language cues:

fail

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falling

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falling-out

This instance is a narrower concept derived from falling.

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falling-through

This instance is a narrower concept derived from falling.

This instance has the following language cues:

fasciculation

This instance has the following language cues:

fasten

This instance has the following language cues:

fasting

This instance has the following language cues:

faulting

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fecundation

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feedback

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feeding

This instance has the following language cues:

fermentation

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fertigate

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fertilization

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fibrillation

This instance has the following language cues:

filling

This instance has the following language cues:

filtration

This instance has the following language cues:

find

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fine

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fingering

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firing

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fission

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fix

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fixation

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flagellation

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flamehold

This instance has the following language cues:

flashing

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flashing-back

This instance is a narrower concept derived from flashing.

This instance has the following language cues:

flattening

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flavoring

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flexing

This instance has the following language cues:

flicker

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flight

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flipping

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float

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flocculation

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flood

This instance has the following language cues:

flowing

This instance has the following language cues:

flowing~incoming

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flowing~outgoing

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flowthrough

This instance is a narrower concept derived from flowing.

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fluctuation

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fluorescence

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fluorination

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flushing

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fluttering

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focusing

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fogging

This instance has the following language cues:

folding

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following

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foraging

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forcing

This instance has the following language cues:

forcing-down

This instance is a narrower concept derived from forcing.

This instance has the following language cues:

forecasting

This instance has the following language cues:

forging

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formation

This instance has the following language cues:

fortification

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fouling

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fractionation

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fracturing

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fragmentation

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freezing

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Freezing is a phase transition where a liquid turns into a solid when its temperature is lowered below its freezing point. In accordance with the internationally established definition, freezing means the solidification phase change of a liquid or the liquid content of a substance, usually due to cooling.

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freshening

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friction

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Friction is the force resisting the relative motion of solid surfaces, fluid layers, and material elements sliding against each other. There are several types of friction: Dry friction is a force that opposes the relative lateral motion of two solid surfaces in contact.

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fumigation

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fusion

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gaining

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galling

This instance has the following language cues:

gathering

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gating

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gelation

Alternative labels for this instance are: freezing.

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generation

This instance has the following language cues:

genesis

This instance has the following language cues:

germination

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glaciation

This instance has the following language cues:

glancing

This instance has the following language cues:

gliding

This instance has the following language cues:

globalization

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glowing

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governance

This instance has the following language cues:

gradation

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grafting

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gravitation

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grazing

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Grazing is a method of feeding in which a herbivore feeds on plants such as grasses, or other multicellular organisms such as algae. In agriculture, grazing is one method used whereby domestic livestock are used to convert grass and other forage into meat, milk and other products.

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gridding

This instance has the following language cues:

grinding

This instance has the following language cues:

grip

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grounding

This instance has the following language cues:

growth

This instance has the following language cues:

guidance

This instance has the following language cues:

gust

This instance has the following language cues:

gyration

This instance has the following language cues:

habitation

This instance has the following language cues:

hadronization

This instance has the following language cues:

halogenation

This instance has the following language cues:

hardening

This instance has the following language cues:

harvest

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Harvesting is the process of gathering a ripe crop from the fields. Reaping is the cutting of grain or pulse for harvest, typically using a scythe, sickle, or reaper.

This instance has the following language cues:

harvesting

This instance has the following language cues:

hearing

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Hearing, or auditory perception, is the ability to perceive sounds by detecting vibrations, changes in the pressure of the surrounding medium through time, through an organ such as the ear. The academic field concerned with hearing is auditory science.

This instance has the following language cues:

heating

This instance has the following language cues:

heave

This instance has the following language cues:

herding

This instance has the following language cues:

hesitation

This instance has the following language cues:

hibernation

This instance has the following language cues:

hide

This instance has the following language cues:

hit

This instance has the following language cues:

hoard

This instance has the following language cues:

hoisting

This instance has the following language cues:

hopping

This instance has the following language cues:

hovering

This instance has the following language cues:

humidification

This instance has the following language cues:

hunting

This instance has the following language cues:

hybridization

This instance has the following language cues:

hydration

This instance has the following language cues:

hydrogenation

This instance has the following language cues:

hydrolysis

This instance has the following language cues:

hydropeaking

This instance has the following language cues:

hydroplane

This instance has the following language cues:

hyperpolarization

This instance has the following language cues:

icing

This instance has the following language cues:

identification

This instance has the following language cues:

idling

This instance has the following language cues:

igniton

This instance has the following language cues:

illumination

This instance has the following language cues:

illuviation

This instance has the following language cues:

imbrication

This instance has the following language cues:

imersion

This instance has the following language cues:

immigration

This instance has the following language cues:

immobilization

This instance has the following language cues:

immunization

This instance has the following language cues:

impaction

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In mechanics, an impact is a high force or shock applied over a short time period when two or more bodies collide. Such a force or acceleration usually has a greater effect than a lower force applied over a proportionally longer period.

This instance has the following language cues:

impairment

This instance has the following language cues:

impedance

This instance has the following language cues:

impell

This instance has the following language cues:

impinge

This instance has the following language cues:

implantation

This instance has the following language cues:

implosion

This instance has the following language cues:

importation

This instance has the following language cues:

impound

Alternative labels for this instance are: fertilization.

This instance has the following language cues:

impregnation

This instance has the following language cues:

improvement

This instance has the following language cues:

incarceration

This instance has the following language cues:

inception

This instance has the following language cues:

incineration

This instance has the following language cues:

incision

This instance has the following language cues:

inclination

This instance has the following language cues:

inclusion

This instance has the following language cues:

incorporation

This instance has the following language cues:

incubation

This instance has the following language cues:

incursion

This instance has the following language cues:

indentation

This instance has the following language cues:

indication

This instance has the following language cues:

induction

This instance has the following language cues:

inebriation

This instance has the following language cues:

infection

This instance has the following language cues:

infestation

This instance has the following language cues:

infill

This instance has the following language cues:

infiltration

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Infiltration may refer to:

This instance has the following language cues:

inflamation

This instance has the following language cues:

inflation

This instance has the following language cues:

inflection

This instance has the following language cues:

infliction

This instance has the following language cues:

inflow

This instance is a narrower concept derived from flowing.

This instance has the following language cues:

influence

This instance has the following language cues:

infusion

This instance has the following language cues:

ingestion

This instance has the following language cues:

inhalation

This instance has the following language cues:

inheritance

This instance has the following language cues:

inhibition

This instance has the following language cues:

initialization

This instance has the following language cues:

injection

This instance has the following language cues:

injure

This instance has the following language cues:

innervation

This instance has the following language cues:

innoculation

This instance has the following language cues:

innovation

This instance has the following language cues:

innundation

This instance has the following language cues:

insertion

This instance has the following language cues:

insolation

This instance has the following language cues:

inspection

This instance has the following language cues:

installation

This instance has the following language cues:

institution

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Institutions, according to Samuel P. Huntington, are "stable, valued, recurring patterns of behavior" . Further, institutions can refer to mechanisms of social order, which govern the behaviour of a set of individuals within a given community.

This instance has the following language cues:

insulation

This instance has the following language cues:

intake

This instance is a narrower concept derived from taking.

This instance has the following language cues:

integration

This instance has the following language cues:

intensification

This instance has the following language cues:

interaction

This instance has the following language cues:

interbreeding

This instance has the following language cues:

intercalation

This instance has the following language cues:

interception

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Interception may refer to:

This instance has the following language cues:

interconnection

This instance has the following language cues:

interdepend

This instance has the following language cues:

interference

This instance has the following language cues:

interflow

This instance has the following language cues:

interlock

This instance has the following language cues:

intermingling

This instance has the following language cues:

interpolation

This instance has the following language cues:

interruption

This instance has the following language cues:

intersection

This instance has the following language cues:

interspersion

This instance has the following language cues:

intoxication

This instance has the following language cues:

introgression

This instance has the following language cues:

intrusion

This instance has the following language cues:

invasion

This instance has the following language cues:

inversion

This instance has the following language cues:

invocation

This instance has the following language cues:

iodination

This instance has the following language cues:

iodization

This instance has the following language cues:

ionization

This instance has the following language cues:

irradiation

This instance has the following language cues:

irrigation

This instance has the following language cues:

irritation

This instance has the following language cues:

isentropic-process

This instance is a narrower concept derived from processing.

This instance has the following attributes:

isobaric-process

This instance is a narrower concept derived from processing.

This instance has the following attributes:

isochoric-process

This instance is a narrower concept derived from processing.

This instance has the following attributes:

isolation

This instance has the following language cues:

isothermal-process

This instance is a narrower concept derived from processing.

This instance has the following attributes:

iteration

This instance has the following language cues:

jack

This instance has the following language cues:

jackknifing

This instance has the following language cues:

jam

This instance has the following language cues:

jaywalk

This instance has the following language cues:

jetting

This instance has the following language cues:

judder

This instance has the following language cues:

juicing

This instance has the following language cues:

jumping

This instance has the following language cues:

juxtaposing

This instance has the following language cues:

kinking

This instance has the following language cues:

knocking

This instance has the following language cues:

laceration

This instance has the following language cues:

lagging

This instance has the following language cues:

lamination

This instance has the following language cues:

landing

This instance has the following language cues:

lapsing

This instance has the following language cues:

lashing

This instance has the following language cues:

latching

This instance has the following language cues:

launch

This instance has the following language cues:

lautering

This instance has the following language cues:

leaching

This instance has the following language cues:

leading

This instance has the following language cues:

leading-displaced-convection

This instance is a narrower concept derived from displaced-convection.

This instance has the following attributes:

leaking

This instance has the following language cues:

lean

This instance has the following language cues:

lensing

This instance has the following language cues:

leveling

This instance has the following language cues:

lever

This instance has the following language cues:

levitation

This instance has the following language cues:

libration

This instance has the following language cues:

lie

This instance has the following language cues:

lifetime-travel

lift

This instance has the following language cues:

liftoff

This instance is a narrower concept derived from lift.

This instance has the following language cues:

limitation

This instance has the following language cues:

lining

This instance has the following language cues:

This instance has the following language cues:

liquefaction

This instance has the following language cues:

listing

This instance has the following language cues:

litification

This instance has the following language cues:

litigation

This instance has the following language cues:

living

This instance has the following language cues:

loading

This instance has the following language cues:

localization

This instance has the following language cues:

locking

This instance has the following language cues:

locomotion

This instance has the following language cues:

logging

This instance has the following language cues:

losing

This instance has the following language cues:

lowering

This instance has the following language cues:

lubrication

This instance has the following language cues:

luminescence

This instance has the following language cues:

maceration

This instance has the following language cues:

macgyver

This instance has the following language cues:

machining

This instance has the following language cues:

magnetization

This instance has the following language cues:

magnification

This instance has the following language cues:

maintenance

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Maintenance may refer to:

This instance has the following language cues:

management

This instance has the following language cues:

maneuvering

This instance has the following language cues:

manufacture

This instance has the following language cues:

mapping

This instance has the following language cues:

march

This instance has the following language cues:

marking

This instance has the following language cues:

martemper

This instance has the following language cues:

masking

This instance has the following language cues:

mastication

This instance has the following language cues:

matching

This instance has the following language cues:

mating

This instance has the following language cues:

maturation

This instance has the following language cues:

maximization

This instance has the following language cues:

meandering

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A meander is one of a series of regular sinuous curves, bends, loops, turns, or windings in the channel of a river, stream, or other watercourse. It is produced by a stream or river swinging from side to side as it flows across its floodplain or shifts its channel within a valley.

This instance has the following language cues:

measurement

This instance has the following language cues:

mediation

This instance has the following language cues:

meeting

This instance has the following language cues:

melting

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Melt may refer to:

This instance has the following language cues:

mending

This instance has the following language cues:

merging

This instance has the following language cues:

metabolism

This instance has the following language cues:

metageneration

This instance has the following language cues:

metamorphosis

This instance has the following language cues:

methylation

This instance has the following language cues:

migration

This instance has the following language cues:

milling

This instance has the following language cues:

mineralization

This instance has the following language cues:

minimization

This instance has the following language cues:

mining

This instance has the following language cues:

miss

This instance has the following language cues:

mitigation

This instance has the following language cues:

mitosis

This instance has the following language cues:

mixing

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Mix, mixes or mixing may refer to:

This instance has the following language cues:

mobilization

This instance has the following language cues:

moderation

This instance has the following language cues:

modification

This instance has the following language cues:

modulation

This instance has the following language cues:

molding

This instance has the following language cues:

monitoring

This instance has the following language cues:

mooring

This instance has the following language cues:

motion

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In physics, motion is the change in position of an object with respect to its surroundings in a given interval of time. Motion is mathematically described in terms of displacement, distance, velocity, acceleration, and speed.

This instance has the following language cues:

mowing

This instance has the following language cues:

muliplication

This instance has the following language cues:

mutation

This instance has the following language cues:

This instance has the following language cues:

nesting

This instance has the following language cues:

neurovitrification

This instance has the following language cues:

neutralization

This instance has the following language cues:

nitrification

This instance has the following language cues:

nourishment

This instance has the following language cues:

nucleation

This instance has the following language cues:

nudging

This instance has the following language cues:

nullification

This instance has the following language cues:

nutation

This instance has the following language cues:

obduction

This instance has the following language cues:

obliteration

This instance has the following language cues:

observation

This instance has the following language cues:

obstruction

This instance has the following language cues:

occlusion

This instance has the following language cues:

occult

This instance has the following language cues:

occurrence

This instance has the following language cues:

offending

This instance has the following language cues:

omission

This instance has the following language cues:

onset

This instance has the following language cues:

ooze

This instance has the following language cues:

opening

This instance has the following language cues:

operation

This instance has the following language cues:

opposition

This instance has the following language cues:

optimization

This instance has the following language cues:

orbitting

This instance has the following language cues:

orientation

This instance has the following language cues:

origination

This instance has the following language cues:

oscillation

This instance has the following language cues:

osmosis

This instance has the following language cues:

outage

This instance has the following language cues:

outbreak

This instance is a narrower concept derived from breaking.

This instance has the following language cues:

outburst

This instance is a narrower concept derived from bursting.

This instance has the following language cues:

outcropping

This instance has the following language cues:

outcross

This instance has the following language cues:

outflow

This instance has the following language cues:

outgassing

This instance has the following language cues:

outing

This instance has the following language cues:

overexertion

This instance has the following language cues:

overflow

This instance has the following language cues:

overgrazing

This instance has the following language cues:

overpopulate

This instance has the following language cues:

overshooting

This instance has the following language cues:

overturning

This instance has the following language cues:

ovulation

This instance has the following language cues:

oxidation

This instance has the following language cues:

oxychlorination

This instance has the following language cues:

oxygenation

This instance has the following language cues:

packing

This instance has the following language cues:

painting

This instance has the following language cues:

pairing

This instance has the following language cues:

panning

This instance has the following language cues:

parachuting

This instance has the following language cues:

paralyze

This instance has the following language cues:

parametrization

This instance has the following language cues:

parge

This instance has the following language cues:

participation

This instance has the following language cues:

partition

This instance has the following language cues:

passage

This instance has the following language cues:

passivation

This instance has the following language cues:

patching

This instance has the following language cues:

patination

This instance has the following language cues:

paving

This instance has the following language cues:

payment

This instance has the following language cues:

payoff

This instance is a narrower concept derived from payment.

This instance has the following language cues:

peaking

This instance has the following language cues:

pedaling

This instance has the following language cues:

penetration

This instance has the following language cues:

percolation

This instance has the following language cues:

percussion

This instance has the following language cues:

perforation

This instance has the following language cues:

perfusion

This instance has the following language cues:

permineralization

This instance has the following language cues:

permutation

This instance has the following language cues:

peroxidation

This instance has the following language cues:

persist

This instance has the following language cues:

perspiration

This instance has the following language cues:

perturbation

This instance has the following language cues:

petrification

This instance has the following language cues:

phosphorescence

This instance has the following language cues:

phosphorylation

This instance has the following language cues:

photolysis

This instance has the following language cues:

photophosphorylation

This instance has the following language cues:

photorespiration

This instance has the following language cues:

photosynthesis

This instance has the following language cues:

picking

This instance has the following language cues:

piercing

This instance has the following language cues:

pinching

This instance has the following language cues:

pinging

This instance has the following language cues:

pinning

This instance has the following language cues:

piping

This instance has the following language cues:

pitching

This instance has the following language cues:

pitting

This instance has the following language cues:

pivoting

This instance has the following language cues:

placement

This instance has the following language cues:

planing

This instance has the following language cues:

planning

This instance has the following language cues:

planting

This instance has the following language cues:

plastering

This instance has the following language cues:

plowing

This instance has the following language cues:

plucking

This instance has the following language cues:

plugging

This instance has the following language cues:

plunging

This instance has the following language cues:

pointing

This instance has the following language cues:

poisoning

This instance has the following language cues:

polarization

This instance has the following language cues:

polishing

This instance has the following language cues:

pollination

This instance has the following language cues:

pollution

This instance has the following language cues:

polymerization

This instance has the following language cues:

ponding

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Ponding is the (typically) unwanted pooling of water, typically on a flat roof or roadway. Ponding water accelerates the deterioration of many materials, including seam adhesives in single-ply roof systems, steel equipment supports, and particularly roofing asphalt.

This instance has the following language cues:

population

This instance has the following language cues:

porpoise

This instance has the following language cues:

portage

This instance has the following language cues:

positioning

This instance has the following language cues:

potentiation

This instance has the following language cues:

pouring

This instance has the following language cues:

precession

This instance has the following language cues:

precipitation

This instance has the following language cues:

predation

This instance has the following language cues:

prediction

This instance has the following language cues:

preparation

This instance has the following language cues:

preprocessing

This instance has the following language cues:

preservation

This instance has the following language cues:

pressing

This instance has the following language cues:

pressurization

This instance has the following language cues:

prevail

This instance has the following language cues:

prevention

This instance has the following language cues:

priming

This instance has the following language cues:

probation

This instance has the following language cues:

processes

This instance is a plurality of processing.

processing

This instance has the following language cues:

procuring

This instance has the following language cues:

production

This instance has the following language cues:

progradation

This instance has the following language cues:

programming

This instance has the following language cues:

projection

This instance has the following language cues:

proliferation

This instance has the following language cues:

prolonging

This instance has the following language cues:

promotion

This instance has the following language cues:

propagation

This instance has the following language cues:

propelling

This instance has the following language cues:

protection

This instance has the following language cues:

protonation

This instance has the following language cues:

provocation

This instance has the following language cues:

pruning

This instance has the following language cues:

pulling

This instance has the following language cues:

pulsation

This instance has the following language cues:

pulverization

This instance has the following language cues:

pumping

This instance has the following language cues:

puncturing

This instance has the following language cues:

purification

This instance has the following language cues:

pushing

This instance has the following language cues:

putrefaction

This instance has the following language cues:

pyritization

This instance has the following language cues:

quaking

This instance has the following language cues:

quarantine

This instance has the following language cues:

quenching

This instance has the following language cues:

quilting

This instance has the following language cues:

racing

This instance has the following language cues:

radiation

This instance has the following language cues:

radiolocation

This instance has the following language cues:

rafting

This instance has the following language cues:

raising

This instance has the following language cues:

ramping

This instance has the following language cues:

rancidification

This instance has the following language cues:

range

This instance has the following language cues:

rank

This instance has the following language cues:

rarefy

This instance has the following language cues:

ratcheting

This instance has the following language cues:

rating

This instance has the following language cues:

re-emittance

This instance is a narrower concept derived from emission.

This instance has the following language cues:

reaction

This instance has the following language cues:

reading

This instance has the following language cues:

readjustement

This instance has the following language cues:

reaeration

This instance has the following language cues:

reaping

This instance has the following language cues:

reassessment

This instance has the following language cues:

reattachment

This instance has the following language cues:

rebounding

This instance has the following language cues:

reception

This instance has the following language cues:

recession

This instance has the following language cues:

recharge

This instance has the following language cues:

reciprocation

This instance has the following language cues:

recirculation

This instance has the following language cues:

reckoning

This instance has the following language cues:

reclamation

This instance has the following language cues:

recognition

This instance has the following language cues:

recombination

This instance has the following language cues:

reconciliation

This instance has the following language cues:

recondition

This instance has the following language cues:

reconnection

This instance has the following language cues:

reconstruction

This instance has the following language cues:

recovery

This instance has the following language cues:

recriut

This instance has the following language cues:

rectification

This instance has the following language cues:

recurrence

This instance has the following language cues:

recursion

This instance has the following language cues:

recycling

This instance has the following language cues:

redirection

This instance has the following language cues:

redistribution

This instance has the following language cues:

reduction

This instance has the following language cues:

reeling

This instance has the following language cues:

reentrance

This instance has the following language cues:

refinement

This instance has the following language cues:

reflection

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Reflection or reflexion may refer to:

This instance has the following language cues:

reflux

This instance has the following language cues:

refraction

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In physics, refraction is the change in direction of a wave passing from one medium to another or from a gradual change in the medium. Refraction of light is the most commonly observed phenomenon, but other waves such as sound waves and water waves also experience refraction.

This instance has the following language cues:

refreezing

This instance has the following language cues:

refreshment

This instance has the following language cues:

refrigeration

This instance has the following language cues:

refueling

This instance has the following language cues:

refurbishment

This instance has the following language cues:

regelation

This instance has the following language cues:

regeneration

This instance has the following language cues:

registration

This instance has the following language cues:

regression

This instance has the following language cues:

regridding

This instance has the following language cues:

regulation

This instance has the following language cues:

regurgitation

This instance has the following language cues:

rehabilitation

This instance has the following language cues:

reinforcement

This instance has the following language cues:

reintroduction

This instance has the following language cues:

rejection

This instance has the following language cues:

relaxation

This instance has the following language cues:

relaying

This instance has the following language cues:

release

This instance has the following language cues:

relieve

This instance has the following language cues:

relocation

This instance has the following language cues:

remediation

This instance has the following language cues:

remineralization

This instance has the following language cues:

remittance

This instance has the following language cues:

removal

This instance has the following language cues:

rendering

This instance has the following language cues:

renewal

This instance has the following language cues:

repairing

This instance has the following language cues:

repelling

This instance has the following language cues:

replacement

This instance has the following language cues:

replenishment

This instance has the following language cues:

replication

This instance has the following language cues:

repopulation

This instance is a narrower concept derived from population.

This instance has the following language cues:

repose

This instance has the following language cues:

reproduction

This instance is a narrower concept derived from production.

This instance has the following language cues:

reprogramming

This instance is a narrower concept derived from programming.

This instance has the following language cues:

repulsion

This instance has the following language cues:

requesting

This instance has the following language cues:

rescaling

This instance has the following language cues:

rescue

This instance has the following language cues:

resetting

This instance has the following language cues:

reside

This instance has the following language cues:

resistance

This instance has the following language cues:

resolution

This instance has the following language cues:

resonation

This instance has the following language cues:

respiration

This instance has the following language cues:

response

This instance has the following language cues:

resting

This instance has the following language cues:

restitution

This instance has the following language cues:

restore

This instance has the following language cues:

restraining

This instance has the following language cues:

resurfacing

This instance has the following language cues:

resuscitation

This instance has the following language cues:

resuspension

This instance is a narrower concept derived from suspension.

This instance has the following language cues:

retardation

This instance has the following language cues:

retention

This instance has the following language cues:

retooling

This instance has the following language cues:

retraction

This instance has the following language cues:

retreat

This instance has the following language cues:

retrieving

This instance has the following language cues:

retrofitting

This instance has the following language cues:

retrogradation

This instance has the following language cues:

return

This instance has the following language cues:

reuse

This instance has the following language cues:

revegetation

This instance is a narrower concept derived from vegetation.

This instance has the following language cues:

reverberation

This instance has the following language cues:

reversal

This instance has the following language cues:

reverse-engineering

This instance is a narrower concept derived from engineering.

This instance has the following language cues:

revolving

This instance has the following language cues:

reworking

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Rework can refer to:

This instance has the following language cues:

ricocheting

This instance has the following language cues:

ridging

This instance has the following language cues:

riding

This instance has the following language cues:

rifting

This instance has the following language cues:

righting

This instance has the following language cues:

riming

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Rime ice forms when supercooled water liquid droplets freeze onto surfaces. Meteorologists distinguish between three basic types of ice forming on vertical and horizontal surfaces by deposition of supercooled water droplets.

This instance has the following language cues:

rinsing

This instance has the following language cues:

ripening

This instance has the following language cues:

ripping

This instance has the following language cues:

rising

This instance has the following language cues:

risking

This instance has the following language cues:

rocking

This instance has the following language cues:

rolling

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Roll or Rolls may refer to:

This instance has the following language cues:

rolling-back

This instance is a narrower concept derived from rolling.

This instance has the following language cues:

rotation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A rotation is a circular movement of an object around a center (or point) of rotation. A three-dimensional object can always be rotated around an infinite number of imaginary lines called rotation axes ( AK-seez).

This instance has the following language cues:

roughnening

This instance has the following language cues:

routing

This instance has the following language cues:

rubbing

This instance has the following language cues:

running

This instance has the following language cues:

running-up

This instance is a narrower concept derived from running.

This instance has the following language cues:

runoff

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Runoff, run-off or RUNOFF may refer to: Runoff (program), the Multics operating system type-setting program Runoff or run-off, another name for bleed, printing that lies beyond the edges to which a printed sheet is trimmed Runoff or run-off, a stock market term RUNOFF, the first computer text-formatting programRunoff curve number, an empirical parameter used in hydrology Runoff model (reservoir), a mathematical model describing the relationship between rainfall and surface runoff (see below) in a rainfall catchment area or watershed Runoff voting system, also known as the two-round system, a voting system where a second round of voting is used to elect one of the two candidates receiving the most votes in the first round Instant-runoff voting, an extension or variation of runoff voting where a second round can be rendered unnecessary by voters ranking candidates in order of preference Run-off area, a racetrack safety featureSurface runoff, the flow of water over land as a consequence of rain, melting snow, etc.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from running.

This instance has the following language cues:

rupture

This instance has the following language cues:

saccharification

This instance has the following language cues:

sailing

This instance has the following language cues:

saltation

This instance has the following language cues:

sampling

This instance has the following language cues:

sanding

This instance has the following language cues:

sanitization

This instance has the following language cues:

sapping

This instance has the following language cues:

saturation

This instance has the following language cues:

saving

This instance has the following language cues:

scaling

This instance has the following language cues:

scaling-down

This instance is a narrower concept derived from scaling.

This instance has the following language cues:

scaling-up

This instance is a narrower concept derived from scaling.

This instance has the following language cues:

scanning

This instance has the following language cues:

scarring

This instance has the following language cues:

scattering

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Scattering is a general physical process where some forms of radiation, such as light, sound, or moving particles, are forced to deviate from a straight trajectory by one or more paths due to localized non-uniformities in the medium through which they pass. In conventional use, this also includes deviation of reflected radiation from the angle predicted by the law of reflection.

This instance has the following language cues:

scavenging

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Scavengers are animals that consume dead organisms that have died from causes other than predation. While scavenging generally refers to carnivores feeding on carrion, it is also a herbivorous feeding behavior.

This instance has the following language cues:

scintillation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Scintillation is a flash of light produced in a transparent material by the passage of a particle (an electron, an alpha particle, an ion, or a high-energy photon). See scintillator and scintillation counter for practical applications.

This instance has the following language cues:

scour

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Scour may refer to:

This instance has the following language cues:

scratching

This instance has the following language cues:

screening

This instance has the following language cues:

sealing

This instance has the following language cues:

searching

This instance has the following language cues:

seating

This instance has the following language cues:

seclusion

This instance has the following language cues:

secretion

This instance has the following language cues:

sectioning

This instance has the following language cues:

securing

This instance has the following language cues:

sedimentation

This instance has the following language cues:

seeding

This instance has the following language cues:

seeking

This instance has the following language cues:

seepage

This instance has the following language cues:

segregation

This instance has the following language cues:

seizing

This instance has the following language cues:

selection

This instance has the following language cues:

sensing

This instance has the following language cues:

separation

This instance has the following language cues:

sequencing

This instance has the following language cues:

sequestration

This instance has the following language cues:

serotyping

This instance has the following language cues:

setting

This instance has the following language cues:

setting-on

This instance is a narrower concept derived from setting.

This instance has the following language cues:

settling

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Settling is the process by which particulates settle to the bottom of a liquid and form a sediment. Particles that experience a force, either due to gravity or due to centrifugal motion will tend to move in a uniform manner in the direction exerted by that force.

This instance has the following language cues:

sewing

This instance has the following language cues:

shading

This instance has the following language cues:

shadowing

This instance has the following language cues:

shaking

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Shake may refer to:

This instance has the following language cues:

shaping

This instance has the following language cues:

sharing

This instance has the following language cues:

shattering

This instance has the following language cues:

shearing

This instance has the following language cues:

shedding

This instance has the following language cues:

shielding

This instance has the following language cues:

shifting

This instance has the following language cues:

shoaling

This instance has the following language cues:

shooting

This instance has the following language cues:

shredding

This instance has the following language cues:

shrinking

This instance has the following language cues:

shunting

This instance has the following language cues:

sideslipping

This instance is a narrower concept derived from slipping.

This instance has the following language cues:

sieving

This instance has the following language cues:

sifting

This instance has the following language cues:

sighting

This instance has the following language cues:

signaling

This instance has the following language cues:

silencing

This instance has the following language cues:

silicificate

This instance has the following language cues:

silting

This instance has the following language cues:

simulation

This instance has the following language cues:

sinking

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Sinking may refer to: Sinking of a ship.

This instance has the following language cues:

sintering

This instance has the following language cues:

sip

This instance has the following language cues:

siphoning

This instance has the following language cues:

skating

This instance has the following language cues:

skeletonization

This instance has the following language cues:

skidding

This instance has the following language cues:

skimming

This instance has the following language cues:

sliding

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Sliding may refer to:

This instance has the following language cues:

slip~seismic

This instance is a narrower concept derived from slipping.

slip-rake

This instance is a narrower concept derived from slipping.

This instance has the following language cues:

slipping

This instance has the following language cues:

sluicing

This instance has the following language cues:

slumping

This instance has the following language cues:

smelting

This instance has the following language cues:

smoking

This instance has the following language cues:

smoothing

This instance has the following language cues:

softening

This instance has the following language cues:

solidification

This instance has the following language cues:

solifluction

This instance has the following language cues:

sonication

This instance has the following language cues:

sorption

This instance has the following language cues:

sorting

This instance has the following language cues:

sounding

This instance has the following language cues:

sourcing

This instance has the following language cues:

sowing

This instance has the following language cues:

spallation

This instance has the following language cues:

spanning

This instance has the following language cues:

sparge

Alternative labels for this instance are: lautering.

This instance has the following language cues:

sparing

This instance has the following language cues:

spawning

This instance has the following language cues:

speciation

This instance has the following language cues:

spilling

This instance has the following language cues:

spilling-over

This instance is a narrower concept derived from spilling.

This instance has the following language cues:

spin-up

This instance is a narrower concept derived from spinning.

This instance has the following language cues:

spinning

This instance has the following language cues:

spinning-back

This instance is a narrower concept derived from spinning.

This instance has the following language cues:

splaying

This instance has the following language cues:

splintering

This instance has the following language cues:

splinting

This instance has the following language cues:

splitting

This instance has the following language cues:

spreading

This instance has the following language cues:

sprouting

This instance has the following language cues:

sputtering

This instance has the following language cues:

spying

This instance has the following language cues:

stabilization

This instance has the following language cues:

stacking

This instance has the following language cues:

staggering

This instance has the following language cues:

staging

This instance has the following language cues:

stagnation

This instance has the following language cues:

staining

This instance has the following language cues:

stalling

This instance has the following language cues:

standing

This instance has the following language cues:

starting

This instance has the following language cues:

starving

This instance has the following language cues:

steering

This instance has the following language cues:

stepping

This instance has the following language cues:

sterilization

This instance has the following language cues:

stifling

This instance has the following language cues:

stimulation

This instance has the following language cues:

stirring

This instance has the following language cues:

stitching

This instance has the following language cues:

stocking

This instance has the following language cues:

stoking

This instance has the following language cues:

stopping

This instance has the following language cues:

storage

This instance has the following language cues:

strafing

This instance has the following language cues:

straightening

This instance has the following language cues:

straining

This instance has the following language cues:

stratification

This instance has the following language cues:

strengthening

This instance has the following language cues:

stressing

This instance has the following language cues:

stretching

This instance has the following language cues:

striking

This instance has the following language cues:

strobing

This instance has the following language cues:

stroking

This instance has the following language cues:

subduction

This instance has the following language cues:

subitization

This instance has the following language cues:

sublimation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Sublimation may refer to: Sublimation (phase transition), the change from solid to gas without passing through the liquid phase. For example co2 (dry ice ), ammonium cloride, camphor etc.

This instance has the following language cues:

submersion

This instance has the following language cues:

submission

This instance has the following language cues:

subsampling

This instance is a narrower concept derived from sampling.

This instance has the following language cues:

subsidence

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Subsidence is the sudden sinking or gradual downward settling of the ground's surface with little or no horizontal motion. The definition of subsidence is not restricted by the rate, magnitude, or area involved in the downward movement.

This instance has the following language cues:

subtraction

This instance has the following language cues:

subvocalization

This instance is a narrower concept derived from vocalization.

This instance has the following language cues:

succession

This instance has the following language cues:

suckering

This instance has the following language cues:

suction

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Suction is the force that a partial vacuum exerts upon a solid, liquid, or a gas. Removing air from a space results in a lowered pressure, which can cause fluids to enter the space or produce adhesion.

This instance has the following language cues:

suffusion

This instance has the following language cues:

superconduction

Alternative labels for this instance are: superconductivity.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from conduction.

This instance has the following language cues:

supercooling

This instance is a narrower concept derived from cooling.

This instance has the following language cues:

superheating

This instance is a narrower concept derived from heating.

This instance has the following language cues:

supply

This instance has the following language cues:

support

This instance has the following language cues:

supression

This instance has the following language cues:

surfacing

This instance has the following language cues:

surging

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Surge may refer to:

This instance has the following language cues:

surround

This instance has the following language cues:

surveying

This instance has the following language cues:

survival

This instance has the following language cues:

suspension

This instance has the following language cues:

suture

This instance has the following language cues:

swabbing

This instance has the following language cues:

swaying

This instance has the following language cues:

sweeping

This instance has the following language cues:

sweeten

This instance has the following language cues:

swelling

This instance has the following language cues:

swim

This instance has the following language cues:

swimming

This instance has the following language cues:

switching

This instance has the following language cues:

synchronization

This instance has the following language cues:

synthesis

This instance has the following language cues:

syzygy

This instance has the following language cues:

tabulation

This instance has the following language cues:

tacking

This instance has the following language cues:

tagging

This instance has the following language cues:

tailspin

This instance has the following language cues:

takeoff

This instance is a narrower concept derived from taking.

This instance has the following language cues:

takeover

This instance is a narrower concept derived from taking.

This instance has the following language cues:

taking

This instance has the following language cues:

tampering

This instance has the following language cues:

tamping

This instance has the following language cues:

taper

This instance has the following language cues:

tapping

This instance has the following language cues:

targeting

This instance has the following language cues:

teardown

This instance is a narrower concept derived from tearing.

This instance has the following language cues:

tearing

This instance has the following language cues:

teleconnection

This instance is a narrower concept derived from connection.

This instance has the following language cues:

telecoupling

This instance is a narrower concept derived from coupling.

This instance has the following language cues:

teleportation

This instance has the following language cues:

tempering

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Tempering may refer to: Tempering (metallurgy), a heat treatment technique for metals and alloys A process for producing tempered glass Tempering chocolate, a method of increasing the shine and durability of chocolate couverture The brief frying of spices (particularly in the cuisines of South Asia) in oil or ghee to release their aroma; called chaunk in Hindi, or tadka, or thaalitthal in Tamil.

This instance has the following language cues:

tense

This instance has the following language cues:

terminate

This instance has the following language cues:

terraform

This instance has the following language cues:

test

This instance has the following language cues:

thaw

This instance has the following language cues:

thermoregulation

This instance is a narrower concept derived from regulation.

This instance has the following language cues:

thermosetting

This instance has the following language cues:

thickening

This instance has the following language cues:

thinning

This instance has the following language cues:

throttling

This instance has the following language cues:

throughfall

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In Hydrology, throughfall is the process which describes how wet leaves shed excess water onto the ground surface. These drops have greater erosive power because they are heavier than rain drops.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from falling.

This instance has the following language cues:

throughflow

This instance is a narrower concept derived from flowing.

This instance has the following language cues:

thrusting

This instance has the following language cues:

tilling

This instance has the following language cues:

tilting

This instance has the following language cues:

tipping

This instance has the following language cues:

titration

This instance has the following language cues:

torquing

This instance has the following language cues:

toughening

This instance has the following language cues:

tracking

This instance has the following language cues:

traction

This instance has the following language cues:

trade

This instance has the following language cues:

trade-off

This instance is a narrower concept derived from trade.

This instance has the following language cues:

trail

This instance has the following language cues:

training

This instance has the following language cues:

transaction

This instance has the following language cues:

transcription

This instance has the following language cues:

transduction

This instance has the following language cues:

transfection

This instance has the following language cues:

transferrence

This instance has the following language cues:

transformation

This instance has the following language cues:

transfusion

This instance has the following language cues:

transgression

This instance has the following language cues:

transit

This instance has the following language cues:

transition

This instance has the following language cues:

translation

This instance has the following language cues:

transmission

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Transmission may refer to:

This instance has the following language cues:

transmutation

This instance has the following language cues:

transpiration

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Transpiration is the process of water movement through a plant and its evaporation from aerial parts, such as leaves, stems and flowers. Water is necessary for plants but only a small amount of water taken up by the roots is used for growth and metabolism.

This instance has the following language cues:

transplantation

This instance has the following language cues:

transportation

This instance has the following language cues:

transudation

This instance has the following language cues:

trapping

This instance has the following language cues:

travel

This instance has the following language cues:

traversal

This instance has the following language cues:

treatment

This instance has the following language cues:

trend

This instance has the following language cues:

triangulation

This instance has the following language cues:

triggering

This instance has the following language cues:

trilateration

This instance has the following language cues:

tripping

This instance has the following language cues:

trituration

This instance has the following language cues:

trophobiosis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Trophobiosis is a symbiotic association between organisms where food is obtained or provided. The provider of food in the association is referred to as a trophobiont.

This instance has the following language cues:

trying

This instance has the following language cues:

tuning

This instance has the following language cues:

tunneling

This instance has the following language cues:

turndown

This instance is a narrower concept derived from turning.

This instance has the following language cues:

turning

This instance has the following language cues:

turnout

This instance is a narrower concept derived from turning.

This instance has the following language cues:

turnover

This instance is a narrower concept derived from turning.

This instance has the following language cues:

twirling

This instance has the following language cues:

twisting

This instance has the following language cues:

twitching

This instance has the following language cues:

typing

This instance has the following language cues:

underdragging

This instance has the following language cues:

undershooting

This instance has the following language cues:

undertowing

This instance has the following language cues:

undulation

This instance has the following language cues:

unionization

This instance has the following language cues:

unravelling

This instance has the following language cues:

unzipping

This instance has the following language cues:

uplift

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Uplift may refer to:

This instance is a narrower concept derived from lift.

This instance has the following language cues:

uptake

This instance is a narrower concept derived from taking.

This instance has the following language cues:

upwelling

This instance has the following language cues:

urbanization

This instance has the following language cues:

usage

This instance has the following language cues:

utilization

This instance has the following language cues:

vaccination

This instance has the following language cues:

validation

This instance has the following language cues:

vaporization

This instance has the following language cues:

variation

This instance has the following language cues:

variolation

This instance has the following language cues:

vegetation

This instance has the following language cues:

vellication

This instance has the following language cues:

ventilation

This instance has the following language cues:

verification

This instance has the following language cues:

vibration

This instance has the following language cues:

viewing

This instance has the following language cues:

violation

This instance has the following language cues:

vitrification

This instance has the following language cues:

vocalization

This instance has the following language cues:

volatilization

This instance has the following language cues:

vulcanization

This instance has the following language cues:

wagging

This instance has the following language cues:

waiting

This instance has the following language cues:

warming

This instance has the following language cues:

warning

This instance has the following language cues:

washing

This instance has the following language cues:

washoff

This instance is a narrower concept derived from washing.

This instance has the following language cues:

wasting

This instance has the following language cues:

watering

This instance has the following language cues:

waterproofing

This instance has the following language cues:

weakening

This instance has the following language cues:

weathering

This instance has the following language cues:

weaving

This instance has the following language cues:

wedging

This instance has the following language cues:

weighting

This instance has the following language cues:

welding

This instance has the following language cues:

wetting

This instance has the following language cues:

whitening

This instance has the following language cues:

wicking

This instance has the following language cues:

wilting

This instance has the following language cues:

winding

This instance has the following language cues:

winnowing

This instance has the following language cues:

wiping

This instance has the following language cues:

withdrawal

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Withdrawal means "an act of taking out" and may refer to:

This instance has the following language cues:

withering

This instance has the following language cues:

writing

This instance has the following language cues:

xenografting

This instance has the following language cues:

xenotransplantation

This instance has the following language cues:

yawing

This instance has the following language cues:

yielding

This instance has the following language cues:

zipping

This instance has the following language cues:

zoning

This instance has the following language cues: