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  • n. The heptazine with three amino substituents.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A white amorphous compound, C6H6N10(?), left undissolved when melam is digested with potassium hydroxid.


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  • In the classical period, temples were typically referred to by a place name and the name of the god to which they were dedicated. poetic naming scheme for their temples, giving them names like E-sherzid-guru (House clad in splendour) and E-melem-hush (House of terrifying radiance).

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