|inroad; invasion; breaking in||inbreak|
|(1917-1963), 35th president of the United States (1961-1963), founder of many post-World War II economic and social reforms, president who gave final approval for the Bay of Pigs Invasion (in Cuba), was assassinated in Dallas (Texas) on November 22nd 1963||JFK (John Fitzgerald Kennedy)|
|(Biology) in a catabolic manner (pertaining to the breaking down of plant and animal material in the body to release energy)||catabolically|
|(Medicine) dissolution of red blood cells, breaking down of red blood cells (also haemolysis), destruction of blood cells||hemolysis|
|(Medicine) dissolution of red blood cells, breaking down of red blood cells (also hemolysis)||haemolysis|
|(presently called Shen-yang) city located in Manchuria, China (which was the captured by the Japanese in 1931 and was followed by the Japanese invasion of all Manchuria)||Mukden|
|A technicality in some legislation that makes it possible to avoid certain consequences or circumvent a rule without breaking the law, such as in the use of a tax shelter.||Loophole|
|ability to absorb ideas, ability to digest food, breaking down, process by which the body breaks down and absorbs food, processing of food in body||digestion|
|ability to adapt to new situation, being able to bend without breaking, being subject to influence, elasticity, pliability, ability to bend or be bent||flexibility|
|able to adapt to new situation, able to bend without breaking, elastic, easily bent, pliable, subject to influence||flexible|
|act of breaking apart, act of splitting; breach between people; share, portion; dessert of ice cream topped with fruit and other toppings; half pint, affect violently, arrangement of standing bowling pins, broken, burst, crack, depart, disunited, divid...||split|
|act of breaking into safes in order to steal their contents||safecracking|
|act of breaking something, break (i.e. in a bone); act of breaking; state of being broken; split, crack, break of bone, break or crack, cause a break (i.e. in a bone); break, crack; be broken, be split, be cracked, cause or undergo damage, rock break, ...||fracture|
|act of breaking up camp; act of leaving suddenly; absconding||decampment|
|act of breaking up the larger parts by passing through a sieve, filtration; act of scattering, dispersal; careful examination, investigation||sifting|
|act of cutting or scratching the skin; cuts, scratches; act of criticizing harshly; act of breaking, act of crumbling||scarification|
|act of forcefully taking possession of an area, seizure; conquest; possession or settlement of land, act of occupying, activity, invasion, job, profession, vocation; employment; business; work, time of occupying||occupation|
|act of overrunning in large numbers; invasion, harassment; state of being infested||infestation|
|act of overrunning, amount exceeding estimate, conquer enemy and territory, exceed limit, extra area at end of runway, extra quantity produced, invade; infest; swarm; triumph; exceed; print excess amount, invasion of country; infestation; extension; mi...||overrun|
|act of separating into component parts; breaking up into pieces||fractionation|
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