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  • n  the fleshy, waxy covering at the base of the upper beak of some birds
  • v  wrap up in a cerecloth
    cere a corpse

  • Beethoven, as was his custom, received all visitors with overwhelming cere mony.
  • After bestowing the traditional three blessings that complete the conversion cere mony, the rabbi quipped: "You even look Jewish.
  • At last week's ground-breaking cere, mony there was some talk of peacetime research, the aspect of nuclear physics that interests scientists most.
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