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The American Heritage Science Dictionary clearly describes the complex language of specialized branches for a wide audience. Biographies of eminent scientists are included along with the applied vocabularies of chemistry, biology, physics, engineering, computer science, and more.
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take the bit in their teeth take the bit in your teeth take the bit my teeth take the bit one teeth take the bit one's teeth take the bit ones teeth take the bit our teeth take the bit teeth take the bit their teeth take the bit your teeth take the cross take the field take the ground take the law in to hands take the law in to her hands take the law in to her own hands take the law in to his hands take the law in to his own hands take the law in to my hands take the law in to my own hands take the law in to one hands take the law in to one own hands take the law in to one's hands take the law in to one's own hands take the law in to ones hands take the law in to ones own hands take the law in to our hands take the law in to our own hands take the law in to own hands take the law in to their hands take the law in to their own hands take the law in to your hands take the law in to your own hands take the law into hands
take the law in to your own hands take the law into hands take the law into her hands take the law into her own hands take the law into his hands take the law into his own hands take the law into my hands take the law into my own hands take the law into one hands take the law into one own hands take the law into one's hands take the law into one's own hands take the law into ones hands take the law into ones own hands take the law into our hands take the law into our own hands take the law into own hands take the law into their hands take the law into their own hands take the law into your hands take the law into your own hands take the veil take the wind out her sails take the wind out his sails take the wind out my sails take the wind out of her sails take the wind out of his sails take the wind out of my sails take the wind out of one sails take the wind out of one's sails take the wind out of ones sails take the wind out of our sails take the wind out of sails take the wind out of their sails
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