|clerical collar||Roman collar|
|ability to overcome resistance, collar, necklace; twisting force (Physics), metal collar or armband, rotating force, turn something up||torque|
|administrative department, building housing secretariat, office that performs the administrative work for a large organization; clerical staff, administrative staff, secretarial staff||secretariat|
|aid giver, clerical servant, person that ministers, helping, ministering; attending, religious minister||ministrant|
|anchor part, animal pen, available amount, available on a regular basis; commonplace, routine; employed to handle merchandise or goods; of or pertaining to livestock, broth, capital stock, clerical shirt front, construction stand, descent, fill up, fil...||stock|
|area for clerical workers, baseball warm-up area, bull enclosure, fenced in area where bulls are kept, relief pitchers, temporary cell||bullpen|
|bend in river, U-shaped collar for ox, yoke for an ox; U-shaped bend in a river||oxbow|
|bird with elaborate ruff, card game, fancy pleated collar, high and frilled collar (worn during the 16th and 17th centuries), neck hair or feathers, play trump on different suit, playing of trump card, ruffle||ruff|
|cabinet incorporating writing desk, cabinet member, civil servant assisting government minister, clerical worker, office clerk, one who performs administrative work in an office or organization; government minister, member of a governmental cabinet; wr...||secretary|
|chain collar for training dog, choke collar||choke chain|
|church blessing, clerical exemption from civil trial||benefit of clergy|
|clerical collar, close-fitting necklace, collar for dog||dog collar|
|clerical collar; necklace which fits snugly around the throat; someone or something which chokes, high close-fitting collar, neck ornament||choker|
|clerical government, ruling clergy||hierocracy|
|clerical post which includes a fixed salary or a property, endowed church living, form of feudal tenure, provide with benefice, revenue for church living||benefice|
|clerical principles; influence of the clergy (in politics, government, etc.), power of clergy, support for clergy||clericalism|
|clothe or put on clothes, confer power on, confer rights on, dress oneself or another (as with clerical garments); give authority and/or right of possession to someone (usually over an estate); grant certain rights or the control of something to a pers...||vest|
|coating, covering (ornamental or protective); decorative trim sewn on the edge of clothes or other fabric, cuffs and collar of jacket, lining that finishes edge, pertaining to coating, covering (ornamental or protective); positioning to face something,...||facing|
|collar containing flea repellent||flea collar|
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