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  • 1 Sublimated — Sub li*ma ted, a. Refined by, or as by, sublimation; exalted; purified. [1913 Webster] [Words] whose weight best suits a sublimated strain. Dryden. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 Sublimated — Sublimate Sub li*mate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Sublimated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Sublimating}.] [L. sublimatus, p. p. of sublimare to raise, elevate, fr. sublimis high: cf. F. sublimer. See {Sublime}, a., and cf. {Surlime}, v. t.] 1. To bring by heat… …

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  • 3 sublimated — sub·li·mate || sÊŒblɪmeɪt n. product created by means of chemical sublimation v. transform a solid directly into a gas or a gas directly into a solid (Chemistry); redirect instinctual energy into socially constructive channels… …

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  • 4 sublimated — adjective passing or having passed from the solid to the gaseous state (or vice versa) without becoming liquid • Syn: ↑sublimed • Participle of verb: ↑sublimate, ↑sublime (for: ↑sublimed) …

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  • 5 sublimate — sublimable /sub leuh meuh beuhl/, adj. sublimableness, n. sublimation, n. sublimational, adj. v. /sub leuh mayt /; n., adj. /sub leuh mit, mayt /, v., sublimated, sublimating, n., adj. v.t. 1. Psychol. to divert the energy of (a sexual or other… …

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  • 6 sublimate — verb (sublimated, sublimating) –verb (t) /ˈsʌbləmeɪt / (say subluhmayt) 1. Psychology to deflect (sexual or other biological energies) into socially constructive or creative channels. 2. Chemistry, etc. a. to sublime (a solid substance); extract… …

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  • 8 Os Lusíadas — Front of the first edition of Os Lusíadas Os Lusíadas (Portuguese pronunciation: [uʒ luˈzi.ɐðɐʃ]), usually translated as The Lusiads, is a Portuguese epic poem by Luís Vaz de Camões (sometimes anglicized as Camoens). Written in Homeric… …

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  • 9 sublimate — sub•li•mate v. [[t]ˈsʌb ləˌmeɪt[/t]] n., adj. [[t] mɪt, ˌmeɪt[/t]] v. mat•ed, mat•ing, n. adj. 1) psi to divert the energy of (a sexual or other biological impulse) from its immediate goal to one of a more acceptable social, moral, or aesthetic… …

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  • 10 Sothis — (Greek Σώθις) is the name of a star that the Egyptians considered unusually significant. The star is not explicitly identified, but there are enough clues for modern scholars to be almost unanimous in identifying Sothis as Sirius. *Plutarch… …

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  • 11 Dye-sublimation printer — Samsung SPP 2040 printing a photograph. Part of a series on the …

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  • 12 Romance (love) — Romance is a general term that refers to a celebration of life often through art, music and the attempt to express love with words or deeds. [ Cambridge Advanced Learner s Dictionary; Love 101 : To Love Oneself Is the Beginning of a Lifelong… …

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  • 13 Phoenix (spacecraft) — This article is about the Mars lander. For the Star Trek spacecraft, see Phoenix (Star Trek). For other uses, see Phoenix (disambiguation). Phoenix Mars Mission Artist s impression of the Phoenix spacecraft as it lands on Mars Operator NASA …

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  • 14 Greek love — is a relatively modern coinage (generally placed within quotation marks) intended as a reference to male bonding and intimate relations between males as practised in ancient Greece, as well as to its application and expression in more recent… …

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  • 15 Kali's Child — Kali s Child: The Mystical and the Erotic in the Life and Teachings of Ramakrishna , was a 1995 psychoanalytic study of the Indian mystic Ramakrishna written by religion scholar Jeffrey J. Kripal. [ [http://www.press.uchicago.edu/cgi… …

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  • 16 priesthood — /preest hood/, n. 1. the condition or office of a priest. 2. priests collectively. [bef. 900; ME presthed(e), presthod(e), OE preosthad. See PRIEST, HOOD] * * * Office of a spiritual leader expert in the ceremonies of worship and the performance… …

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  • 17 Freud, Sigmund — born May 6, 1856, Freiberg, Moravia, Austrian Empire died Sept. 23, 1939, London, Eng. Austrian neuropsychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, and one of the major intellectual figures of the 20th century. Trained in Vienna as a neurologist, Freud …

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  • 18 sublimate — [[t]sʌ̱blɪmeɪt[/t]] sublimates, sublimating, sublimated VERB If you sublimate a strong desire or feeling, you express it in a way that is socially acceptable. [TECHNICAL or, FORMAL] [V n] He could try to sublimate the problem by writing, in… …

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  • 19 refined — adj 1. cultivated, polished, cultured, civilized, well bred, genteel, courtly; finished, fine, urbane; gentlemanly, ladylike, mannerly, polite, courteous; aesthetic, tasteful, in good taste, graceful, delicate, exquisite; noble, gentle, pure;… …

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  • 20 sublimate — UK [ˈsʌblɪmeɪt] / US [ˈsʌblɪˌmeɪt] verb [transitive] Word forms sublimate : present tense I/you/we/they sublimate he/she/it sublimates present participle sublimating past tense sublimated past participle sublimated formal to change the way that… …

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