|village in northeastern Austria. It was the site of the Battle of Wagram in which Napoleon defeated the Austrians in July 1809.||Wagram|
|(also known as Mosel) region in northeastern France; river flowing through through France Luxembourg and Germany; type of dry white wine, German white wine||Moselle|
|(Chemistry) illinium (former name of the metallic element promethium); extension for an Internet address of a person or site located in Israel (Computers)||Il|
|(Computers) small application designed to perform a very specific function; small Java application that can be sent to a user from a World Wide Web site and run within a Java-enabled Web browser, computer program transferrable over Internet, limited co...||applet|
|(died 1057) king of Scotland after killing Duncan I in battle; tragedy by William Shakespeare narrating the tale of King Macbeth of Scotland||Macbeth|
|(Hinduism) one of the principle Vedic deities, Vedic god of battle and rain||Indra|
|(Slang) loud noise; swindle; trap; ambush; competition or game organized with an opponent who can be defeated without effort, arrangement, organization; scheme; camera position ready for a specific shot, assemble; arrrange; establish; operate; cause so...||set tub|
|ability or willingness to fight, battle, combat; wrestle; quarrel; boxing match; desire to do battle, battle; combat; wrestle; advance through great effort, box against somebody, carry on battle or contest, go to war, oppose something, struggle, strugg...||fight|
|able to be occupied, capable of being defended in battle, resistant, may be carried out, with reasonable arguments to support it||tenable|
|about to be ruined, exhausted, finished, incapable of continuing, injured, defeated, dying, near death||done for|
|Abraham Lincoln (1809-65), sixteenth president of the United States (1861-65); capital city of Nebraska (USA), breed of sheep||Lincoln|
|acceptor, receiver, one who takes in; sensor which receives stimuli (in the nervous system), receiver of pollution, receiving device, sensitive nerve ending, specific cell binding site or molecule||receptor|
|acquirer of capital for venture, binding site in a DNA chain, one who advances, one who encourages; entrepreneur, one who participates in a business initiative, somebody or something arranging public event, something that encourages tumor cells, substa...||promoter|
|act as respectable cover for, area of activity, aspect of something, at or near the front, battle zone, be the head of, beginning or first pages, confront, cover for illegal activities, deliberately assumed behavior, detachable shirt front, direction i...||front|
|act of having recourse to, frequent visiting, have recourse, utilize a source of help, much-visited place, popular vacation site, place of recreation; source of help, source of protection, vacation place||resort|
|act of hollowing out, act of digging out; act of unearthing, act of laying bare; dig, excavation site (i.e. archeological dig), excavating, hole made by digging||excavation|
|act of riding ocean waves with a surfboard; act of "surfing the Internet", act of navigating from site to site on the Internet (Computers)||surfing|
|act of subdividing; part of a part, section that has been subdivided, development site, subdividing of something, subsidiary section||subdivision|
|act of winning or overcoming; overthrow; instance of being defeated, loss; failure, annulment, baffle somebody, beat a competitor, beat an enemy, cause failure, losing to an opponent, make something void, overcome, beat; frustrate, win a vote||defeat|
|active or operational state, agreement to marry, battle, commitment to attend, obligation; betrothal, promise to marry; period of employment; battle, fight, pledge for something, short job||engagement|
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