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a person who
or governs; sovereign.
. a strip of wood, metal, or other material having a straight edge and usually marked off in inches or centimeters, used for drawing lines, measuring, etc.
a person or thing that
paper, wood, etc.
the planet primarily associated with any sign of the zodiac or any house of the horoscope:
The ruler of Aries is Mars. The ruler of Taurus is Venus.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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Their subjects made donations to the temples to curry favor-both with the gods and with the local
To ascertain this easily, insert a clean, wood
into the pan before cooking and measure how far up the mixture comes.
What begins as an attempt to build a fancy scale or
can end up being the basis for a major discovery.
and measure your physical copy of the letterhead.
Have the students imagine what a local
in their port might do to attract traders.
It began with the hands, either from the teacher's hand or a
Almost nobody is allowed to present their grievances directly to the
Their grave lies near the elaborate tomb of an early
The idea of a big bang comes from the use of a rigid
nailed to today's size to measure the expansion going back in time.
It takes three hours using a pen, ink and
to transform a sheet of paper into news and art.
British Dictionary definitions for
a person who rules or commands
a strip of wood, metal, or other material, having straight edges graduated usually in millimetres or inches, used for measuring and drawing straight lines
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Know yourself and fit yourself to new fashions. For there is a new ruler among the gods.
Who made you a ruler and judge over us?
(...) and be wise. Without having any chief or officer or ruler, it prepares its food in summer, and...