|chair with fiddle-shaped back||fiddleback; fiddleback chair|
|(Anatomy) almond-shaped part; almond-shaped portion of the brain located in the temporal region, part of brain||amygdala|
|(Anatomy) either of two small funnel-shaped cartilages located to the rear of larynx; muscle connected to the arytenoid cartilage; small mucous gland in front of the arytenoid cartilage, pertaining to two small cartilages located on top of the cricoid ...||arytenoid|
|(Anatomy) slightly cupped (of the shape of a bone), of shoulder socket, shaped like small cup||glenoid|
|(Biology) primitive eye-like receptor that is light-sensitive and helps orient an organism (in primitive single-celled organisms), eye-shaped marking, light-sensitive part||eyespot|
|(Botany) membranous projection which grows from the base of most grass blades; corolla which is shaped like a strap||ligule|
|(British spelling for reflection) act of casting back a mirror image; act of sending back energy from a surface; state of being reflected; image that is reflected; idea, concept; thought, notion; act of placing blame, accusation||reflexion|
|(British) lounge chair used to lie on to get a suntan; bed for lying under a sunlamp, tanning bed||sunbed|
|(Cuisine) Italian dish consisting of tube shaped pasta having a filling of meat or cheese; tubular pasta, baked pasta dish||manicotti|
|(Cuisine) Italian dish consisting of tube shaped pasta having a filling of meat or cheese; tubular pasta, stuffed pasta tubes||cannelloni|
|(Football) player who is stationed farthest behind the scrimmage line; position played by the tailback, offensive back||tailback|
|(French) one-on-one meeting, private meeting; an intimate conversation; a confrontation; a s-shaped couch, intimate conversation for two, intimately, privately; one-on-one, type of sofa||tête-à-tête|
|(from Latin meaning "in the work cited") refers back to a source previously indicated||op.cit (opere citato)|
|(Geology) fold shown on a map as concentrically arranged contour patterns whose amplitude decreases to zero in a regular fashion in two directions, dome-shaped, parallel to outside wall||periclinal|
|(Informal) abrupt reversal or change (esp. of opinion); back flip; sound of something flapping; backless thong sandal; circuit that can toggle between two modes (Electronics), backless sandal, backward flip, change of mind, change opinion, circuit with...||flip-flop|
|(Linguistics) repetition of a word or phrase at the start of successive phrases (usually for emphasis), part of Communion, referring back, repetition for effect||anaphora|
|(Music) square shaped stringed instrument||zithern|
|(Nautical, Aeronautics) toward the back, toward the rear; backwards, behind boat, in or to the stern, with stern foremost||astern|
|(of a coin) having the top or the back facing up (as opposed to tails)||heads|
|(plant or tree) trimmed into a decorative shape, clipped into a fanciful shape, art of shaping bushes, art of trimming plants or trees into decorative shapes; garden containing trees that are trimmed into fanciful shapes, shaped bush, topiary garden||topiary|
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