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abdominal muscle. <ref name=SOED></ref>
The alphabet. <ref name=SOED></ref>
: a South Asian-American born or raised in the United States.
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To draw; to conduct away; to take away; to withdraw; to draw to a different part; to move a limb out away from the center of the body;abduct. <ref name=SOED></ref>
To take away by force; to carry away (a human being) wrongfully and usually with violence or deception; to kidnap. <ref name=SOED></ref>
An abducted person, in particular a person abducted by aliens. <ref></ref>
A five-dollar bill.
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In bed, or on the bed; confined to bed. <ref name=SOED></ref>
An enstatite chondrite meteorite found in the aforementioned hamlet.
To urge on, stimulate (a person to do) something desirable. <ref name=Chamber></ref>
all but thesis: A description of the status of a masters, doctoral, or (infrequently) undergraduate student who has completed all degree requirements except the culminating thesis.
: a fan who dislikes and will support any team that is playing against them.
To touch by means of a mutual border, edge or end; to border on; to lie adjacent (to); to be contiguous (said of an area of land) <ref name=SOED/>
Companion of the .
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A single point or spot on a playing card or die.
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An instance of a certain standardized college admissions test in the United States, originally called the .
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