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containing the original content; not condensed (used of books, articles, and documents)
a historically notable problem in mathematics (its negative resolution by Leonhard Euler in 1735 laid the foundations of graph theory and prefigured the idea of topology)
somebody who takes care of the promotion of friendly relations between groups, communities, etc
a bridge, especially one over a castle’s moat, which is hinged at one end so that it may be raised to prevent people crossing or to allow vessels to pass under it
a bridge designed to be used by pedestrians
another term for 'overhead crane'
a 1995-movie by Clint Eastwood with Meryl Streep (A photographer wanders into the life of a housewife for four days in the 1960s.)
the capital city of Barbados
a machine for weighing vehicles, set into the ground to be driven on to
dental bridges collectively
a laboratory device used, in chemistry, to connect the oxidation and reduction half-cells of a galvanic cell
a bridge across the Thames in London, famous for its twin towers and for the two bascules of which the roadway consists, able to be lifted to allow the passage of large ships
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a bridge where drivers or pedestrians must pay to cross
a step or act that is regarded as being too drastic to take (or something that is very difficult to achieve)
a mixture of various bite-size snack foods, such as nuts, raisins, and chocolates, typically served in a bowl at card games, parties, etc.
a widely known university town in England
the most populous city in the U.S. state of Connecticut
an open deck above the main bridge of a vessel such as a yacht or cabin cruiser, typically equipped with duplicate controls
the road bridge which spans the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal (originally known as the Thatcher Ferry Bridge)
a 16th-century enclosed bridge in Venice between the Doges' Palace and the state prison, originally crossed by prisoners on their way to torture or execution
a 1957-movie by David Lean with William Holden and Alec Guinness (Based on the novel of Pierre Boulle. About the construction of the Burma Railway during WWII.)
something that happened in the past and cannot now be changed
a strong position secured by an army inside enemy territory from which to advance or attack
one of the most internationally recognized symbols of San Francisco (California)

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