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One who is undergoing instruction. H-3 visa.
To walk or tramp about.
Company of actors, singers or dancers.
Distress, affliction, difficulty.
A geometric form made up of three sides.
To alter; to transform, to alter the outward appearance of.
Someone charged with the care of property or funds.
The quality of being preeminent or supreme; lying beyond the ordinary range of perception.
To beat, to vanquish, especially in a game.
Extinct anthropod. Computer game company spells it with a 'y.'
To push or propel on wheels or rollers. '_______ bed.'
(adjective) The ability to be healed.
To wound, injure, or psychologically devastate.
Valuable or precious possessions; loot, swag.
Large family or clan.
To crush underfoot.
To transfer blood from one person to another.
To shorten by cutting off; to terminate abruptly.
Homage; acknowledgment of gratitude, respect, or admiration.
To switch, to reverse order.
Agreement to suspend hostilities.
To change from one form to another.
Hypnotic state.
Plod heavily or wearily.
Someone who is sent from one place to another; someone who receives a conveyance. L-1 visa.
Tall plant with a trunk and leaves.
Threefold; three copies.
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To happen, occur, come to light.
To flow or fall in a thin stream.
The quality of transmitting light.
Mushroom; rich chocolate confection.
Three-wheeler for children.
Horizontal beam used on train track.
Long brass instrument with movable slide.
Not false; real, genuine, accurate.
Shake, quake, vibrate.
Person who wears clothes of the opposite sex for pleasure.
Hackneyed.
Collection of valuable items.
Bouncy gymnastic apparatus used to jump up and down, and for tumbling.
Pedal operated by foot for a circular drive.
To sedate.
Evidence of passage. Also, and extremely small amount.
Extensive written discourse on a subject.
Process used to sort injured people.
Buying and selling; exchange.
Intestine. Also can mean rubbish or balderdash.
Hanging bar used by acrobats and gymnasts.
To pass across, over or through.
Sweet syrup; cloying sentiment.
To make a full written or typewritten copy.
A very short period of time; an instant.
Government by three men, for example Caesar, Crassus, and Pompey.
High pitched; the upper clef.

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