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ShershahAn alternative spelling of Shershaah, a 2021 Hindi war movie.added
8 days ago
boncharA song by the artist Dalsim.added
23 days ago
bambaBamba is a popular peanut-butter-flavored snack manufactured by the Osem corporation in Israel.added
24 days ago
olwaysOLWAYS is a drug name that contains Olmesartan which belongs to a group of medicines called angiotensin-II receptor antagonists.added
24 days ago
olwaysFunny misspelling of Always.added
24 days ago
romedaRõmeda is a village in Kadrina Parish, Lääne-Viru County, in northeastern Estonia.added
24 days ago
ahabak"Mama (Ana Ahabak)" (English: "Mother (I Love You)") is a song by Austrian recording artist Christina Stürmer.added
24 days ago
faizerFaizer is a construction technologies company dedicated to revolutionizing homebuilding using 3D printing robotics & technology, software, and cutting-edge materials.added
24 days ago
mexicatessenMexicatessen is a family-owned and operated small business in Toronto, specializing in high-quality handmade all-natural authentic Mexican cuisine.added
1 month ago
mannequinsPlural form of Mannequin.added
1 month ago
divocDivoc is a song by Jim Lynch released in 2021 on the Chaco Moon Roda album.added
1 month ago
divocDIVOC is an open source project created in India to help rapid rollout of digital credentials for vaccination programs, manage core registries to support vaccination credentialing, and optionally collect post vaccination feedback from citizens.added
1 month ago
moungerA rare American surname.added
2 months ago
allidayInspired by the TV sitcom "Superstore",’ Alliday is combining multiple celebratory occasions -- Fourth of July, Halloween, Christmas, Easter and your birthday -- all rolled into one giant bash.added
2 months ago
shablamShablam (or "death drop") is a type of dance move when a person dramatically falls backward into a struck pose on the ground; typically used to end a performance.added
2 months ago
sorteeIn Spanish, first-person singular present subjunctive form of Sortear, which means Sort in English.added
2 months ago
sorteeSORTEE is a service organization which brings together researchers working to improve reliability and transparency through cultural and institutional changes in ecology, evolutionary biology, and related fields broadly defined.added
2 months ago
selebCeleb, in the Bahasa Indonesia language.added
2 months ago
fodemFODEM (FOrmative DEvelopment Method) is a design method for developing digital learning environments for widely dispersed learning communities. These are communities in which the geographical distribution and density of learners is low when compared to the kind of learning communities in which there is a high distribution and density of learners (such as those that exist in urban areas where courses are developed and taken by hundreds or thousands of learners who are simultaneously present in the area).added
2 months ago
nussleAn American surname.added
2 months ago
wordsyWordsy is a word game similar to Scrabble or Boggle in which players attempt to spell the highest-scoring word they can using two rows of letter cards on the table.added
2 months ago
MCFADAn acronym for 'Marine Corps Funding Authorization Document '.added
3 months ago
biotBiot, a village in Castelnau-de-Brassac, Midi-Pyrénées, Franceadded
3 months ago
biotBiot ("BIological robOT"), the name given to an extraterrestrial biological robot in the fictional universe of Arthur C. Clarke's novel Rendezvous with Rama (1973).added
3 months ago
biotJean-Baptiste Biot (21 April 1774 – 3 February 1862) was a French physicist, astronomer, and mathematician who co-discovered the Biot–Savart law of magnetostatics with Félix Savart, established the reality of meteorites, made an early balloon flight, and studied the polarization of light.added
3 months ago

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