|5th Sunday in Lent, Palm Sunday||Passion Sunday|
|(1) The total amount of money being borrowed or lent. (2) The party affected by agent decisions in a principal-agent relationship.||Principal|
|1st day of week, Christian Sabbath day, first day of the week; Sabbath day of many Christians, for special occasions, of Sunday, only at weekends or as hobby||Sunday|
|3rd Sunday before Lent||Septuagesima|
|7-day period, calendar week, one week after a particular day, period of 7 days from Sunday to Saturday; any period of 7 days; number of days during the week devoted to work or school, seven days before; seven days after, special week, working week||week|
|act of rotating the hand or foot so that the palm or sole faces upward; supine position||supination|
|African palm tree||oil palm|
|Amazonian palm||peach palm|
|amount of money that has been borrowed; something borrowed; act of giving temporarily, lend, lend a sum of money for a period of time; give temporarily, lending, loanword, money lent||loan|
|ancient tablets with laws inscribed, area on palm, arrangement of information in columns, band or panel on wall, enter information into table, flat surface for particular purpose, flat surface of gem, food served, front part of stringed instrument, ite...||table|
|any day of the week except Saturday and Sunday, day other than Saturday or Sunday||weekday|
|appointment, assign date to something, commitment to perform, date palm, dates of birth and death, day month and year according to the calendar; interview, meeting; fruit of a date palm tree, go on dates with somebody, go out of style, make somebody or...||date|
|art of palm-reading, art of predicting the future by reading the lines of the palms of hands, chiromancy, fortunetelling from hands||palmistry|
|articles made of rattan, species of palm tree with tough stems that are used for wickerwork, stems used for furniture, tropical Asian climbing palm||rattan|
|Asian palm tree||betel palm|
|Asian palm tree yielding sago||sago palm|
|Asian palm tree, drink from palm sap, fruit of palm tree, leaves of palm tree||nipa|
|Asian palm, feather shaft, root of sweet flag, type of plant||calamus|
|base of thumb, in palm or ball of thumb, palm of hand, palm of the hand||thenar|
|better than all others, endorsement, finest, most excellent; highest endeavor, hardest; holiday clothes, "Sunday best"; compliments, best wishes, get over on someone; beat someone, more than all others, most intimate, most likely to succeed, most succe...||best|
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