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Physics:.the distribution of a characteristic of a physical system or phenomenon, especially (the distribution of energy emitted by a radiant source, as by an incandescent body, arranged in order of wavelengths; full spectrum lighting is preferred to the disease causing wavelengths of regular fluorescent lighting as used in most schools and office buildings); the distribution of atomic or subatomic.particles in a system, as in a magnetically resolved molecular beam, arranged in order of masses; a graphic or photographic representation of such a distribution; a range of values of a quantity or set of related quantities; a broad sequence or range of related qualities, ideas or activities (the whole spectrum of 20th-century thought)

succinct, succincter, succinctest.adjectives
characterized by clear, precise expression in few words; concise and terse.(a succinct reply); a succinct style

abundance; being greater than normally expected; more
synonyms.excess, extra, spare, supernumerary, surplus

a visible form of an invisible grace; what's a sacrament and what about this religious rite today?; in the Eastern, Roman Catholic and some other Western churches, any of the traditional sevenrites that churches administering it believe it was instituted by Emmanuel and recorded in the New Testament (where?.!Corinthians 1:26; Luke 22:19) that confer.sanctifying grace; other churches have the two rites, Baptism and the Eucharist; these declared by those in such institutions to be the consecrated.elements of the Eucharist, especially the bread or wafer
of, relating.to.or.used in a sacrament; consecrated or bound by or as if by a sacrament (a sacramental duty); having the force or efficacy of a sacrament
a rite, an act or a sacred.object used by churches in worship
the doctrine that observance of the sacraments is necessary for salvation and that such participation can confer.grace; emphasis on the efficacy of a sacramental

conscientious and exact; painstaking; having scruples; principled

segue, segued, seguing, segues.intransitive verb
to make a transition directly from one section or theme to another; to move smoothly and unhesitatingly from one state, condition, situation or element to another

suggesting or threatening evil; presaging trouble; ominous.(sinister storm clouds); attended by or causing disaster or inauspicious circumstances

of, relating.to.or.existing in both space and time; of or relating to spacetime

if you describe something such as an action, feeling or relationship as superficial, you mean that it includes only the simplest and most obvious aspects of that thing and not those aspects which require more effort to deal with in order to comprehend; of, affecting or being on or near the surface (a superficial wound); concerned with or comprehending only what is apparent or obvious; shallow; apparent rather than actual or substantial; trivial; insignificant (made only a few superficial changes in the manuscript)
synonyms.shallow, cursory

exceeding a fixed, prescribed or standard number; extra
one that is in excess of the regular, necessary or usual number; an actor without a speaking part, as one who appears in a crowd scene

superior size, quality or grade; supernumerary
very large, great or extreme (another super boat); excellent; first rate (a super party)
especially; extremely (was super careful)
super, supered, supering, supers.transitive verbs
Printing:.to reinforce (a book spine or cover) with super

any of various small lizardlike amphibians of the order Caudata, having porous scaleless skin and four, often weak or rudimentary legs

a descendant of Shem; a member of a group of Semitic speaking peoples of the Near East and northern Africa, including the Arabs, Arameans, Babylonians, Carthaginians, Ethiopians, Hebrews and Phoenicians; also those of the true tribe of ancient Judah, not called Jews until the Khazarian mafia decided to hide themselves under the umbrella of the name of Judah, adopting even a name they created which those true individuals of the tribe of Judah could readily accept. The umbrella name created and used, was Jew.
Semitic is a language; of.or.relating.to the Semites or their languages or cultures; of, relating to or constituting a subgroup of the Afro Asiatic language group that includes Arabic, Hebrew, Amharic and Aramaic
anti-semitic.is relating to or characterized by anti-Semitism, the separating oneself from Semitic people because of dislike; discriminatory, especially on the basis of race or religion; although the term anti-Semitism has wide usage, it is regarded by some as a misnomer, implying.discrimination against all Semites, including Arabs and other peoples who are not the targets of anti-Semitism as it is usually understood; such is the confusing world of today, where language had been contaminated by those wanting to use it as a weapon or an umbrella to hide under

one of the separate, usually green parts forming the calyx of a flower
sepaled or sepalous.adjective

the pollen producing reproductive organ of a flower, usually consisting of a filament and an anther
having stamens but lacking pistils (staminate flowers); staminate and pistillate flowers occurring on one plant are monoecious; when they occur on different plants, dioecious

physical or moral.strength to keep on going in spite of.resistance; resist or withstand illness, fatigue or hardship; endurance

a mark of infamy, disgrace or reproach; stain; a small mark; a scar or birthmark
Botany:.in botany, the receptive apex of the pistil of a flower, on which pollen is deposited to pollenate
Biology:.in biology.a small mark, spot or pore, such as the respiratory spiracle of an insect or an eyespot in certain algae
Religion:.some people in the Catholic church and in other churches, think sores and marks on people could be a representation of what happened to Emmanuel on his crucifixion and they call this 'stigmata'
stigmatize, stigmatized, stigmatizing, stigmatizes.transitive verbs
to characterize or brand as disgraceful or ignominious; to mark with stigmata or a stigma

failing to meet a standard; below standard

normal, familiar or usual (the standard weather of a region); an acknowledged measure of comparison for quantitative or qualitative.value; a criterion; commonly used or supplied (standard car equipment); a flag, banner or ensign, especially (the ensign of a chief of tribe); recognized as a model of excellence (a standard reference work); acceptable but of less than top quality (a standard grade of beef)

standardize, standardized, standardizing, standardizes.transitive verbs
to cause to conform to a standard

not moving; fixed; real.estate is property such as land and permanent buildings that are intrinsic, that is, immovable
one that is stationary

writing paper and envelopes; writing materials and office supplies

the place or position where a person or thing stands; a post.(a sentry station); the place, building or establishment from which a service is provided or operations are directed (a fire station); a stopping place along a route, especially a stop for refueling or for taking on passengers; a depot; social position; rank; an establishment equipped for observation and study (a radar station); an establishment equipped for radio or television transmission; an input or output point along a communications system
station, stationed, stationing, stations.transitive verbs
to assign to a position; post

slither, slithered, slithering, slithers.verbs
intransitive verb use.to slip and slide, as on a loose or uneven surface, often with friction and noise; to glide or slide like a reptile
transitive verb use.to cause to slither
a slithering movement or gait

siphon, siphoned, siphoning, siphons.verbs
transitive verb use.to draw off or convey through or as if through a siphon
intransitive verb use.to pass through a siphon
a pipe or tube fashioned or deployed in an inverted U shape and filled until atmospheric pressure is sufficient to force a liquid from a reservoir in one end of the tube over a barrier higher than the reservoir and out the other end

any of numerous naturally occurring or synthetic fat-soluble organic compounds having as a basis 17 carbon atoms arranged in four rings and including the sterols and bile acids, adrenal and sex hormones; synthetic steroids used to accelerate (force) the body's normai processes can often cause serious health issues later
is the shortened form of the word cholesterol; any of a group of predominantly unsaturated solid alcohols of the steroid group, such as cholesterol and ergosterol, present in the fatty tissues of plants and animals

scrounge, scrounged, scrounging, scrounges.verbs
transitive verb use.to obtain something by begging or borrowing with no intention of reparation (scrounged a few dollars off my brother); to obtain by salvaging or foraging; round up
intransitive verb use.to seek to obtain something by begging or borrowing with no intention of reparation (scrounge for a cigarette); to forage about in an effort to acquire something at no cost (scrounging around the kitchen for a late-night snack)

scuff, scuffed,scuffing, scuffs.verbs
intransitive verb use.to scrape the feet while walking; shuffle
transitive verb use.to scrape with the feet (he walked along slowly scuffing his shoes on the sidewalk); to scrape and roughen the surface of
the act or sound of scraping especially with the feet; a worn or rough spot resulting from scraping (her shows looked badly scuffed after hiking); a flat, backless house slipper

a narrow channel joining two larger bodies of water; means, narrow, difficult to be entered (Emmanuel when on Earth said."...strait is the gate and narrow is the way which leads unto life and few there be that find it." ...Matthew 7;13,14); a narrow channel.joining.two larger bodies of water is called a 'strait' (the Strait of Gibraltar, which connects the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean between Spain and northern Africa, map; Strait of Magellan is a channel separating South America from Tierra del Fuego and other islands south of the continent and connecting the southern Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Ferdinand Magellan sailed through the strait in October and November 1520); a position of difficulty, perplexity, distress or need; the word strait is often used in the plural (in desperate straits); original in Bible for word 'strait' is firmly established

difficult; stressful (short of money for one's obligations); a position of difficulty, perplexity, distress or need (in desperate straits having limited funds or resources); affording little space or room; confined; fitting tightly; constricted; morally.strict; rigid
dire straits.plural noun
in severe difficulty
strict in behavior, morality or opinions as the ancient Pharisees, et al., were in the time of Emmanuel; having or wearing a tightly laced garment
strait-lacedness.noun.(normally used without being pluralized)
straitness.noun.(normally used without being pluralized)

straiten, straitened, straitening, straitens.transitive verbs
to make narrow; to enclose in a limited.area; confine; to put or bring into difficulties, distress or hardship (since the divorce I've been in straitened circumstances); to hamper; to restrict in latitude or scope

straight, straighter, straightest.adjectives
straight means not crooked; extending.continuouslyin the same direction without curving (a straight line); having no waves or bends (straight hair); erect; upright (has a straight, strong back); perfectly horizontal or vertical; level or even (the mirror isn't straight); direct and candid (a straight answer seldom is seen in politics); following a direct or correct method or approach; systematic (straight reasoning); showing or marked by honesty or fair-mindedness (straight dealings with others); right; correct (made sure the facts were straight in the report); neatly arranged; orderly (the room is straight again; uninterrupted; consecutive (sunshine for 10 days straight); made up of five cards constituting a sequence in poker; characterized by undeviating.support, as of a principle (he always adheres straightly to the principle of honesty); not deviating from what is considered socially normal, usual or acceptable; conventional; heterosexual; not altered, embellished or modified (does straight comedy); not mixed with anything else; undiluted (straight coffee)
in a straight line; directly; in an erect posture; upright; without detour or delay (went straight home); without circumlocution; candidly (he told it to us straight that we were wrong); in a neat and orderly condition (put the living room straight); in an honest, law-abiding or virtuous manner (lives straight); without stopping; continuously (walked six hours straight); without embellishment or modification (told the joke straight; play the role straight); without ice, water or a mixer (drinks her whiskey straight) straight.noun,.plural.straights
the straight part, as of a road; a straight line; a straight form or position; a conventional individual; a heterosexual individual; a poker hand containing five cards of various suits in numerical sequence, ranked above three of a kind and below a flush; an individual who does not use drugs
straighten, straightened, straightening, straightens.transitive and intransitive verbs
to make or become straight or straighter
straighten out.phrasal verb
to put right; correct; to get back pn track
straightness.noun.(normally used without being pluralized)
straight up.idiom
served without ice (a martini straight up)

unhesitatingly; immediate (a straightaway decision); extending in a straight line or course without a curve or turn; both straightaway and straightway words mean the same, welcome to English
at once; immediately
a straight course, stretch or track (almost every city, pretty well, has a straightaway where fast cars can be raced)
in a direct course (the rocks plunged straightway to the water below); without delay; at once (straightway a storm began to brew)

proceeding in a straight course; not circuitous or evasive; honest and frank; free from ambiguity or pretense; plain and open
straightforward, straightforwardly, straightforwards.adverbs
in a direct course or an honest manner
straightforwardness.noun.(normally used without being pluralized)