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|Ex officio||From office; by virtue, or as a consequence, of ...|
|Ex parte||Upon or from one side only; one-sided; partial; as, ...|
|Ex post facto||Alt. of Ex postfacto ...|
|Ex postfacto||From or by an after act, or thing done ...|
|Ex-||A prefix from the latin preposition, ex, akin to ...|
|Ex-official||(a.) Proceeding from office or authority. ...|
|Ex-voto||(n.) An offering to a church in fulfillment of ...|
|Ex-votos||(pl. ) of Ex-voto ...|
|Exacerbate||(v. t.) To render more violent or bitter; to ...|
|Exacerbation||(n.) The act rendering more violent or bitter; the ...|
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