|(Food) dish made of whipped eggs that is cooked until set and (usually) filled with cheese or other vegetables (also omelet)||omelette|
|(1514-1564) Flemish Anatomist who made discoveries about Human Anatomy which surpassed those made by Galen||Andreas Vesalius|
|(1918-1988) American physicist who made major contributions to the field of quantum mechanics (1965 Nobel Laureate in Physics)||Richard Feynman|
|(about billiards) slanted stroke made with the cue held perpendicular to the billiard table (especially to make the cue ball go around another ball that is in the way)||masse|
|(about printed material) produced and distributed; made publicly known, advertised||published|
|(Ag) whitish metallic element (Chemistry); element used to make jewelry, coins, etc.; coins made of silver; money; silverware; grayish-white metallic color, `:Ag, coat something with silver||silver|
|(Ancient Rome) portraits of ancestors made of wax||imagines|
|(Archaic) strong, intoxicating, alcoholic (drink); slightly drunk, slightly intoxicated, deep bowl for food; bib or napkin for a baby; (British) diaper||nappy|
|(Biology) body of an organism (excluding reproductive cells), all body cells except germ cells, body as distinct from mind, intoxicating drink in Hindu scripture, plant soma is made from||soma|
|(Biology) organism that uses sunlight to produce food (such as plants and algae)||phototroph|
|(Botany) shallot, plant from the onion family which produces an edible bulb; bulb of the shallot plant is used as food||eschalot|
|(British usage) a street merchant who sells fruit or vegetables or fish from a cart||coster|
|(British) cylindrical pipe or deflector made of metal or earthenware attached to the top of a chimney, pipe on top of chimney||chimney pot|
|(British) overpass; overhead crossing, ceremonial flight made by aircraft, fly-past, road on bridge, see also:overpass||flyover|
|(British) thick woolen cloth for overcoats; coat made of this cloth||fearnought|
|(Chemistry) C5H8, compound found in plant essential oils and which belongs to the family of natural unsaturated hydrocarbons derived from isoprene units (aromatic that is used in food and perfumes), chemical from essential oils||terpene|
|(Chemistry) creation of chelates (compound made of metallic and nonmetallic ions)||chelation|
|(Chemistry) crystalline compound made from palmitica acid and glycerol (used in the manufacture of soaps), ester of palmitic acid and glycerol, tripalmitin||palmitin|
|(Chemistry) derived from propionic acid (type of acid used in food, perfumes, and medicine)||propionic|
|(Classical Mythology) one who is partly human and partly god; human who has been made into a god, human with powers of a god, minor god, somebody treated like god||demigod|
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