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|Ecclesiological||(a.) Belonging to ecclesiology. ...|
|Ecclesiologist||(n.) One versed in ecclesiology. ...|
|Ecclesiology||(n.) The science or theory of church building and ...|
|Eccoriate||(v. t.) To strip or wear off the skin ...|
|Eccritic||(n.) A remedy which promotes discharges, as an emetic, ...|
|Ecderon||(n.) See Ecteron. ...|
|Ecdyses||(pl. ) of Ecdysis ...|
|Ecdysis||(n.) The act of shedding, or casting off, an ...|
|Ecgonine||(n.) A colorless, crystalline, nitrogenous base, obtained by the ...|
|Echauguette||(n.) A small chamber or place of protection for ...|
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