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Old December 30th, 2020, 10:52 AM
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Default RE: [Dixonary] ROUND 3131 - INCREPATION voting

All – Below you will see 13 definitions, 12 creative ones and the ‘real’ dictionary one. After all, the made up ones are, in their way, as real as the dictionary one. I found many of them quite plausible. Since we’re approaching New Year’s Eve, I’ve set a relatively expansive deadline. Please send your votes to the group by 11 AM Friday, January 1, 2021 US Eastern Standard Time or as it appears in your time zone below.



Best of luck, and Happy New Year. It’ll be a relief to say goodbye to 2020.



Alan



1. Training an animal to be active during the day.



2. The commencement of morning (or occas. evening) twilight



3. betrayal or desertion of a cause or religion or political party or friend etc.



4. [Art] a technique for creating shadow using cross-hatching.


5. [Building] Mildew and mold.



6. The process of positioning, inserting, and cementing the femoral stem of a hip prosthesis into the femur.



7. The crackling of wind in dry leaves; also medically the grating of fractured bones; also used to describe the crackling sound of a short-circuit in a speaker connection.



8. a state of being reinforced or fortified; hardiness, resiliency



9. A chiding; rebuke; reprehension (obs.)



10. In some early axial-flow jet engines, the tendency for the compressor case to contract at cold temperatures, causing the compressor blades to make contact with the case and leading to catastrophic engine failure.



11. The shortening of vowels in pronunciation.



12. The erosion of land caused by the tidal action of bodies of water.



13. The process by which an oyster creates a pearl.





Newark, NJ, USA

EST (UTC -5)

Wed, Jan 1, 2020

Holiday: New Year's Day

11:00 am



London, United Kingdom

GMT (UTC +0)

Wed, Jan 1, 2020

Holiday: New Year's Day

4:00 pm



San Francisco, CA, USA

PST (UTC -8)

Wed, Jan 1, 2020

Holiday: New Year's Day

8:00 am



Paris, France

CET (UTC +1)

Wed, Jan 1, 2020

Holiday: New Year's Day

5:00 pm



Auckland, New Zealand*

NZDT (UTC +13)

Thu, Jan 2, 2020

Holiday: Day after New Year's Day

5:00 am



Stara Zagora, Bulgaria

EET (UTC +2)

Wed, Jan 1, 2020

Holiday: New Year's Day

6:00 pm





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