200405 - 200405 Unsolicited haphazard harbinger concomitant...

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200405 Unsolicited not requested or invited haphazard at random harbinger an indication of the approach of something or someone concomitant existing or occurring together; associative live off ? …? ? ; ? …? vanquish to defeat or overcome in a battle, contest, etc; conquer obstreperous noisy or rough, esp in resisting restraint or control rotten affected with rot; decomposing, decaying, or putrid cuff the part of a sleeve nearest the hand, sometimes turned back and decorative freighter a cargo ship jingle to ring or cause to ring lightly and repeatedly repugnance intense aversion molt periodic shedding of the cuticle in arthropods or the outer skin in reptiles cast off hair, skin, horn, or feathers shear to remove (the fleece or hair) of (sheep, etc) by cutting or clipping shed ? ? ; ? 生; ? ? ? ; ? ? 生; ? ? , ? ? ? ? , ? , 生 prune to remove (dead or superfluous twigs, branches, etc) from (a tree, shrub, etc), esp by cutting off swerve to turn or cause to turn aside, usually sharply or suddenly, from a course
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