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/ˈeɪ ˌlɛv əl/
a public examination requiring advanced knowledge in a subject and taken at the end of secondary school, usually two years after O level.
a pass in this examination.
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, durable patio that would blend with the surrounding garden.
Another application of mortar or grout creates
He also began to acquire property and achieved
They and their children expect
of obeisance that's positively pre-revolutionary.
So the public's on
playing field with everyone else.
Set your water heater thermostat to
that matches your family's needs.
When you deconstruct it to
of utter submission you realize you've been on an adventure.
The soldiers were able to allow themselves
of emotion and introspection that is simply not possible in combat.
If the crime reaches
of blatant disregard for human life, the offender should be disposed of expeditiously.
of cooperation would be rare in global politics.
British Dictionary definitions for
a public examination in a subject taken for the General Certificate of Education (
), usually at the age of 17–18
the course leading to this examination
a pass in a particular subject at A level
she has three A levels
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