Coalesce: - To grow together; to unite by growth into one body; as, the parts separated by a wound coalesce. Daub: - To smear with soft, adhesive matter, as pitch, slime, mud, etc.; to plaster; to bedaub; to besmear. Annunciatory: - Pertaining to, or containing, announcement; making known. Gonimia: - Bluish green granules which occur in certain lichens, as Collema, Peltigera, etc., and which replace the more usual gonidia. Commission: - To give a commission to; to furnish with a commission; to empower or authorize; as, to commission persons to perform certain acts; to commission an officer. Gluteal: - Pertaining to, or in the region of, the glutaeus. Comber: - To cumber. Cheer: - To utter a shout or shouts of applause, triumph, etc. Cupule: - A sucker or acetabulum. Crakeberry: - See Crowberry. Countertime: - The resistance of a horse, that interrupts his cadence and the measure of his manege, occasioned by a bad horseman, or the bad temper of the horse. Apophlegmatism: - An apophlegmatic. Hackberry: - A genus of trees (Celtis) related to the elm, but bearing drupes with scanty, but often edible, pulp. C. occidentalis is common in the Eastern United States. Cresting: - An ornamental finish on the top of a wall or ridge of a roof. Acidifying: - of Acidify Blockade: - Hence, to shut in so as to prevent egress. Coquelicot: - The wild poppy, or red corn rose. Embloom: - To emblossom. Coquelicot: - The color of the wild poppy; a color nearly red, like orange mixed with scarlet. Contraband: - Goods or merchandise the importation or exportation of which is forbidden. Flier: - See Flyer, n., 5. Chiropodist: - One who treats diseases of the hands and feet; especially, one who removes corns and bunions. Fast: - A time of fasting, whether a day, week, or longer time; a period of abstinence from food or certain kinds of food; as, an annual fast. Chouse: - To cheat, trick, defraud; -- followed by of, or out of; as, to chouse one out of his money. Dread: - To be in dread, or great fear. Cob: - A cobnut; as, Kentish cobs. See Cobnut. Fresh: - In a raw, green, or untried state; uncultivated; uncultured; unpracticed; as, a fresh hand on a ship. Carnal-minded: - Worldly-minded. Export: - To carry away; to remove. Grass tree: - An Australian plant of the genus Xanthorrhoea, having a thick trunk crowned with a dense tuft of pendulous, grasslike leaves, from the center of which arises a long stem, bearing at its summit a dense flower spike looking somewhat like a large cat-tail. These plants are often called "blackboys" from the large trunks denuded and blackened by fire. They yield two kinds of fragrant resin, called Botany-bay gum, and Gum Acaroides. Daring: - of Dare Benevolous: - Kind; benevolent. Harrying: - of Harry Groundsel: - An annual composite plant (Senecio vulgaris), one of the most common and widely distributed weeds on the globe. Bufflehead: - One who has a large head; a heavy, stupid fellow. Hastiness: - The quality or state of being hasty; haste; precipitation; rashness; quickness of temper. Groundsel: - Alt. of Groundsill Doubloon: - A Spanish gold coin, no longer issued, varying in value at different times from over fifteen dollars to about five. See Doblon in Sup. Audit: - The result of such an examination, or an account as adjusted by auditors; final account. Damasking: - of Damask

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Combinations and Permutations

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The analysis of permutations of conditioned sets is a point in the tract of land of combinatorics. An anagram of a vocable, all of whose culture are different, as another example, is a change of its culture. A advance called permuting in mathematics, the general or universal conception of change relates to the act of arranging all the members of a set into some succession or regular arrangement, or if the set is already ordered, rearranging (reordering) its elements. 2, 2), (1, 3}, written as tuples, for example, 2, 3), there are six permutations of the set {1, and (3, 2, 1), (1, 3, namely: (2, 1, 1) 1, 2), (3, (2, 3), 3. These are all the possible orderings of this three simple body set. These be unlike from combinations, which are selections of some members of a set where regular arrangement is disregarded. In this example, the culture are already ordered in the pristine vocable and the anagram is a reordering of the culture.

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