|one who arranges, one who organizes or sets||arranger|
|(Biology) cell containing a double set of chromosomes arranged in homologous pairs within its nucleus (most cells in the body are diploids except gametes), with two matched chromosome sets||diploid|
|(Mathematics) branch of mathematics that deals with individual sets and problems of combination (divided into sub-branches: combinatorial analysis, combinatorial geometry, etc.)||combinatorics|
|a trademark for a typesetting machine that is run from a keyboard activating a unit that sets type by individual characters, brand name of a typesetting machine used to cast metal type||Monotype|
|act of including, state of being included, incorporation, foreign body in cell, presence in group, relation between sets, somebody or something included, substance trapped inside mineral, teaching challenged children in public school||inclusion|
|act of injecting; substance which is injected, addition of something to situation, insertion, introduction of fluid into a cavity, introduction of fluid with a syringe, injected dose of a drug, moment of satellite insertion, one-to-one mapping of sets,...||injection|
|act of setting a pace; act of one who sets the example; regulation of the heartbeat by the insertion of a mechanical pacemaker||pacemaking|
|act of writing sets of instructions for a computer or other device, act of writing computer applications, broadcasting of programs, creating of computer programs, programing||programming|
|airplane with a double set of wings, airplane with two sets of wings||biplane|
|as something happens, at the same time as when it happens, nickname for a calculation methodology whereby the computer arranges information quickly and reacts in a short period of time; actual time which passes during some act or operation||real things|
|auxiliary member of wing, freelance or part-time journalist, horizontal timber, narrow mineral vein, one who arranges objects on a string; horizontal timber; part-time journalist who covers a local area and supplies stories to a newspaper published in ...||stringer|
|beyond infinity, going beyond what is finite; pertaining to cardinal or ordinal numbers that are contained in sets of infinite size (Mathematics)||transfinite|
|bird dog, person or thing that sets; typesetter, one who arranges type into camera-ready copy; variety of large hunting dog, somebody or something that sets||setter|
|boxlike furniture, furniture sold as sets, merchandise sold in bulk||case goods|
|business head of an opera or ballet company, entertainer, entertainment manager, one who organizes and manages public entertainments||impresario|
|card game aiming for sequential cards, card game in which players must arrange cards into sets or sequences, drunkard, of or like rum||rummy|
|chemical in photography, one who fixes or arranges (especially illegally); substance which stabilizes or fixes in place, somebody or something that fixes, somebody who arranges something dishonest||fixer|
|coil that sets up magnetic flux, primary, primary winding||primary coil|
|comedian who sets up joke||straight man|
|competitor who sets the pace, device that regulates the heartbeat, natural heartbeat regulator, pacer, pacesetter, pacesetter; one who sets the example; device inserted into the body which mechanically regulates the heartbeat (Medicine); muscle of the ...||pacemaker|
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