1. to win
2. to be eligible for, attain
3. to be acquitted
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The early bird gets the worm. .
May your days be long! .
1. to credit account
2. to grant to, entitle
3. to acquit
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1. was credited (account)
2. was acquitted
() [...\..., ' 124]
1. crediting
2. acquittal
()
glass
magnifying glass -
sandpaper -
remembered, mentioned
right, privilege
copyright -
by right of... ...
by right and not by privilege
All rights reserved. .
equal rights -
winning, gaining, earning ()
concession, right () (' )
1. remembrance, remembering
2. trace, hint
In rememberance of the exodus from Egypt. .
May the rememberance of the righteous be for a blessing. .
to remember, recollect [..., ' 125] { : , , }
male, masculine
the masculine gender (gram.) , -
memory, recollection () (' )
memorandum -
memoirs
May his (her) memory be for a blessing. () .
Day of Remberance -
memorial monument -
annals, chronicles -
forget-me-not (: )
ridicule, scorn, contempt
to scorn, deride [...., ' 126]
tendril, shoot
greed, gluttony
to gorge, over-eat [..., ' 126]
summons ()
1. buzzing
2. humming
1. to buzz
2. to hum, croon
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available, ready for use
nightingale
1. singing
2. song, hymn
3. prunning, trimming
to plot, scheme [..., ' 127]
plot, intrigue, scheme