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Reader Russell observes that lede does not show up in "my Webster's dictionary.
The court used the Webster's dictionary definition of "on behalf of" as meaning "in the interest of" or "as a representative of.
org/~brendan/kids-homework> not only includes a Webster's Dictionary, but also Roget's Thesaurus and a dictionary of acronyms and abbreviations.
Wilson also points out that one reason that African Americans do not have their own "Passover" has to do with the negative "linguistic environment" they have had to deal with, and he uses the example of what a person could find in a Webster's Dictionary under the words white and black to prove his point:
Madison Avenue, even appears in Webster's Dictionary in this regard.
NEW YORK -- Webster's Dictionary defines the word bespoke as "made to individual specifications," and thanks to one of the hottest trends in today's travel industry, "bespoke" has been saved from vernacular extinction.
WORCESTER - Webster's dictionary defines survivor as "one that survives or someone capable of surviving changing conditions, misfortune.
However, if the War for Southern Independence was a civil war, as also defined by the New Webster's Dictionary, so then was the Revolutionary War a "civil war" as well.
Webster's Dictionary defines oxymoron as a contradictory idea.
Ensure, insure, and assure are interchangeable in many contexts where they indicate the making certain or inevitable of an outcome, but insure sometimes stresses the taking of necessary measures beforehand, and assure distinctively implies the removal of doubt and suspense from a person's mind" (Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary, as quoted in Webster's Dictionary of English Usage).
As we're addressing definitions, we would be remiss not to turn to our old friend Webster's Dictionary, which defines teamwork as "joint action by a group of people in which each individual subordinates his individual interests and opinions to the unity and efficiency of the group; a coordinated effort.

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