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  1. 1. v. To press together
  2. 3. v. To keep or hold
  3. 5. v. To increase or make as great as possible
  4. 9. v. To empty or hollow out
  5. 11. n. The process of burning
  6. 15. v. To spread or flow throughout; to pass through or penetrate
  7. 17. n. Something constructed, such as a building
  8. 19. n. A part in relation to the whole
  9. 20. n. A central or essential part around which other parts are gathered; a core
  10. 21. n. The point of origin or creation
  11. 23. n. Discovering something that cannot easily be found
  12. 24. adj. Immeasurably small
  13. 29. adv. Quickly and efficiently
  14. 30. v. To be slowly weakened by chemical reactions
  15. 32. n. The cost per unit of a good or service; the motion or change that happens in a certain time.
  16. 33. adj. Chosen simply by whim or chance, not for any specific reason
  17. 35. v. To move throughout an area or group; to move along somewhat circular route
  18. 36. adv. Practically; in a way that can work
  19. 37. v. To lie over part of something; to have elements in common
  1. 2. v. To organize or arrange in succession
  2. 4. v. To set off or initiate
  3. 6. v. To make use of; to carry out
  4. 7. n. An imitation or representation
  5. 8. n. One part of a system or whole
  6. 10. v. To pass slowly for a long time, as a liquid or gas might
  7. 11. v. To transport from one place to another; to transmit or make known
  8. 12. adj. Of, or relating to, the sun
  9. 13. n. Setting something into position for use
  10. 14. v. To change; to get accustomed to something
  11. 16. adv. At a very fast rate
  12. 18. adj. Next to
  13. 22. v. To turn around; to take turns in sequence
  14. 23. adv. Separately; distinctly
  15. 24. adj. Ahead of the times; novel
  16. 25. n. The act of keeping something in good condition
  17. 26. n. Precision; exactness
  18. 27. adv. In a whole or complete manner
  19. 28. n. The number written below the line in a fraction
  20. 31. adj. Being an equal distance apart everywhere
  21. 34. v. To come from, usually through a long, slow process