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(ŏn), in the Bible. 1 Reubenite conspirator in Korah's revolt. 2 The Egyptian HeliopolisHeliopolis
[Gr.,=city of the sun], ancient city, N Egypt, in the Nile delta, 6 mi (10 km) below modern Cairo. It was noted as the center of sun worship, and its god Ra or Re was the state deity until Thebes became capital (c.2100 B.C.).
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(engineering)
Designating the operating state of a device or one of two possible conditions (the other being “off”) in a circuit.

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1. Cricket (of a bowler) bowling
2. Cricket
a. relating to or denoting the leg side of a cricket field or pitch
b. used to designate certain fielding positions on the leg side
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Such flat sheets of tissue are easier to grow in a lab tray than, say, a three-dimensional liver would be.
We've tried to synthesize our knowledge of how companies successfully grow into a "growth system," which has three principles.
He can point to any plant in his inventory and explain the roots of its Latin name and how it adapted to grow in a specific region.
NOACC wants the new Grow Bond Corporation to take risks.
Those who have the space grow their own produce as much as possible.
Plant your seeds a month early with an indoor grow light, wait until after the last projected frost date to transplant as usual, and enjoy an extra month of production.
According to conventional wisdom, the federal government grows faster when a Democrat is in the White House than it does when a Republican is president.
Tanusheva of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena have found that in a strong electric field, ice crystals abandon their conventional branching patterns and grow into long, sharp needles.
On average, kids grow about two and a half inches a year,' explains Dr.
Of course, grow can be a transitive verb, but past usage has confined that usage to the farm.