|(from Shakespeare) master of intrigue||Machiavel|
|(Computers) document used as a foundation for new documents having a uniform style; cutting tool, master, master molecule, pattern, short beam||template|
|(died 1057) king of Scotland after killing Duncan I in battle; tragedy by William Shakespeare narrating the tale of King Macbeth of Scotland||Macbeth|
|(Italian) studio or workshop where apprentices learn from a master artist by assisting him in his work||bottega|
|a chart, graph; scheme, design; main story of a literary work; conspiracy, intrigue; tract of land; small piece of land in a cemetery, draw on a graph, make a plan, make secret plans, mark on a graph, mark something on a chart, piece of ground, place d...||plot|
|act as a master of ceremonies; introduce television acts or cabarets or other performances, act as compere, host, person that introduces television acts or cabarets or other performances||compere|
|act as marshal, arrange, city law officer, federal law enforcement officer, federal officer with the duties of a sheriff; officer responsible for the arrangement of ceremonies, master of ceremonies; head of the police or fire department; officer in cha...||marshal|
|act as master of ceremonies, act as the announcer of an event||emceed (emcee)|
|act as master of ceremonies, act as the announcer of an event||emceeing (emcee)|
|act as master of ceremonies, act as the announcer of an event, be master of ceremonies||emcee|
|act of plotting or scheming; scheme, plot, conspiracy, plot or intrigue, plotting or intrigue||machination|
|adhesive tape or gummed paper, master key, picture frame||passe-partout|
|agreement among conspirators, group of conspirators, intrigue, plot, secret plan, plan to commit illegal act together||conspiracy|
|Anne Hathaway (1557-1623), wife of William Shakespeare; male first name; family name||Hathaway|
|any institution of learning; group of people influenced by a common master or system of thought; system; faculty, academic department; large group of fish or sea mammals, artists or writers sharing same approach, building for teaching children, college...||school|
|apparatus which enables the operation of a device; main program in a computer which is responsible for the allocation of resources to its various procedures, master control program in a computer||operating system|
|artisan, master, skilled worker, expert, skillful person, somebody who makes things by hand||craftsman|
|artist, master; skilled public performer, artistic pretender||artiste|
|beware on the 15th of the month of March (line from the play "Julius Caesar" by Shakespeare)||beware the ides of March|
|bland, bring something under human control, domesticate something, domesticate; subdue, master; restrain, friendly toward people, moderate something, no longer wild, slow-moving, subdue somebody, trained, domesticated; gentle; submissive, obedient; dul...||tame|
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