|(Dentistry) four parts of the mouth (upper left, upper right, lower left and the lower right)||quadrants|
|(1) Parts of stockreturns not explained by the explanatory variable (the market-index return). They measure the impact of firm-specific events during a particular period. (2) Remainder cash flows generated by pool collateral and those needed to fund bo...||Residuals|
|(about a letter) minuscule, not in the capital form; pertaining to the lower case, not capital, put in small letters, small letters not capitals||lowercase|
|(about a mixture) separated into component ingredients; broken up into sections or parts||fractionated|
|(also known as catfish) any of a number of freshwater fish having whiskers around the mouth and no scales||madtom|
|(Anatomy) circular muscle enclosing a bodily opening (i.e. eye, mouth)||orbicularis|
|(Anatomy) part of the lower brain that resembles a stem and connects the brain to the spinal cord, part of brain joining spinal column||brainstem|
|(Archaic) sinister, threatening, ominous; sinistral, of the left||sinistrous|
|(Architecture) sunken panel; ceiling or arch decorated with sunken panels, ceiling with sunken panels, of bodily cavities, of or pertaining to a lacuna; incomplete, having gaps or missing parts; pitted, having cavities (Anatomy), sunken panel in a ceiling||lacunar|
|(British Slang) boss; father (informal term and term of address used in the past by upper-class young men for their fathers)||guvnor|
|(British) gape, stare stupidly with an open mouth||gawp|
|(British) pants, garment that covers the body from the waist down to the legs having separate parts of the garment to cover each leg||trousers|
|(British) person from the upper-class, well-dressed and rich person (in particular a man), upper-class person||toff|
|(British) pertaining to the side located on the left, port, (British) side located on the left, side opposite the right side, port side||nearside|
|(Chemistry) compound derived from the oil of cloves and other oils (used in perfumes and dentistry), oily liquid from cloves||eugenol|
|(Dentistry) procedure of cementing orthodontic bands to teeth, tracking||banding|
|(French) high, upper; high-class, fashionable, stylish||haute|
|(Grammar) word that denotes a part of a whole (i.e. some, half), expressing part of something, partitive construction, separating, dividing into parts; of part of the whole (Grammar)||partitive|
|(Nautical) protruding parts of the topmast, support for a mast and rigging||hounds|
|(new zealand) lorry in two joined parts||articulated lorry|
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