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{n: Mirabeau, Comte de Mirabeau, Honore-Gabriel Victor Riqueti} French revolutionary who was prominent in the early days of the French Revolution (1749-1791)

{n: Nazarene, Ebionite} a member of a group of Jews who (during the early history of the Christian Church) accepted Jesus as the Messiah; they accepted the Gospel According to Matthew but rejected the Epistles of St. Paul and continued to follow Jewish law and celebrate Jewish holidays; they were later declared heretic by the Church of Rome

{n: Standish, Miles Standish, Myles Standish} English colonist in America; leader of the Pilgrims in the early days of the Plymouth colony (1584-1656)

{n: blastula, blastodermic vesicle} early stage of an embryo produced by cleavage of an ovum; a liquid-filled sphere whose wall is composed of a single layer of cells; during this stage (about eight days after fertilization) implantation in the wall of the uterus occurs

{n: dog days, canicule, canicular days} the hot period between early July and early September; a period of inactivity

{n: vespers, evensong} the sixth of the seven canonical hours of the divine office; early evening; now often made a public service on Sundays

{n: youth, early days} an early period of development
"during the youth of the project"

{v: come} come to pass ; arrive, as in due course
"The first success came three days later"
"It came as a shock"
"Dawn comes early in June"

{v: set, go down, go under} disappear beyond the horizon
"the sun sets early these days"
<-> rise

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