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phosphoric acid.noun
a clear colorless liquid, H3PO4 (3 parts {molecules} hydrogen, 1 part phosphorus, 4 parts oxygen), used in fertilizers, detergents, food flavoring, and pharmaceuticals

phagocyte.noun
a cell, such as a white blood cell, that engulfs and absorbs waste material, harmful micro-organisms, or other foreign bodies in the bloodstream and tissues. The body has very efficient systems to rid itself of garbage 1) 2) 3)
phagocytic.adjective

phagocytosis.noun
the engulfing and ingestion of bacteria or other foreign bodies by phagocytes
phagocytotic.adjective

procedure.noun
a manner of proceeding; a way of performing or effecting something (complained to the manager, and by this procedure got the money back; his procedure was first to do the calculations on a hand held calculator, instead of doing them right on the computer); a series of steps taken to accomplish an end (it was a long therapeutic procedure)

procedural.adjective
of or concerning procedure, especially of a court of law or parliamentary body
procedural.noun
a police procedural
procedurally.adverb

police.noun.plural.police
a government corporation charged with regulation and control of of peoples activities within a community ensuring compliance to policies approved by those within and/or responsible for the corporation
policeable.adjective
policer.noun

policy.noun,.plural.policies
rules that corporate government (city, state, provincial, municipal, federal corporations) make to regulate actions and as monitored and enforced by policy inforcers - the police corporation (policy force)

policy.noun,.plural.policies
a written contract or certificate of insurance

preeminent.adjective
superior to or notable above all others; outstanding; dominant
preeminence.noun
preeminently.adverb

polite, politer, politest.adjectives
marked by or showing consideration for others, tact and observance of accepted social usage; refined; elegant
politely.adverb
politeness.noun

patriarch.noun
a man who rules a family, clan, or tribe; in the Old Testament- one of the antediluvian (before the flood) progenitors (a direct ancestor) of the human race, from Adam to Noah, such as Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, or any of Jacob's 12 sons, the eponymous (a person whose name is or is thought to be the source of the name of something, such as a city, country, or era) progenitors of the 12 tribes of Israel

par.noun
an amount or a level considered to be average; a standard: performing up to par; did not yet feel up to par; an equality of status, level, or value; equal footing (a local product on a par with the best foreign makes); the established value of a monetary unit expressed in terms of a monetary unit of another country using the same metal standard; the face value of a stock, bond, or other negotiable instrument (sold the bond at par)
Sports..the number of golf strokes considered necessary to complete a hole or course in expert play
par, parred, parring, pars.transitive verbs
sports to score par on (a hole or course) in golf
par.adjective
equal to the standard; normal: a solid, par performance; of or relating to monetary face value

prejudice.noun
an adverse judgment or opinion ascertained beforehand without knowledge or examination of the facts; predilection; a preconceived.preference or idea; the act or state of holding unreasonable preconceived judgments or convictions; irrational suspicion or hatred of a particular group, race, or religion; detriment or injury caused to a person by the preconceived, unfavorable conviction of another or others; bias
prejudice, prejudiced, prejudicing, prejudices.transitive verbs

Plato.427?-347? B.C. Greek philosopher; a follower of Socrates, he founded the Academy (386), where he taught and wrote for much of the rest of his life; Plato presented his ideas in the form of dramatic.dialogs, as in The Republic

placid.adjective
undisturbed by tumult or disorder; calm or quiet
placidity.or.placidness.noun
placidly.adverb

pesky, peskier, peskiest.adjectives
troublesome; annoying.(a pesky mosquito)
peskily.adverb
peskiness.noun

procreate, procreated, procreating, procreates.verbs
transitive verb use.to beget and conceive.(offspring);
to produce or create; originate
intransitive verb use.to beget and conceive offspring; reproduce
procreant.adjective
procreation, procreator.nouns

prig.noun
a person who demonstrates an exaggerated.conformity or propriety, especially in an irritatingly.arrogant or smug.manner
prig, prigged, prigging, prigs.transitive verbs
to steal or pilfer
priggery, priggishness.nouns
priggish.adjective
priggishly.adverb

period.noun
an interval of time characterized by the occurrence of a certain condition, event, or phenomenon.(a period of economic prosperity); an interval of time characterized by the prevalence of a specified.culture, ideology, or technology (artifacts of the pre-Columbian period (originating in the Americas before the arrival of Columbus); a punctuation mark ( . ) indicating a full stop, placed at the end of declarative sentences and other statements thought to be complete and after many abbreviations
period.adjective
of, belonging to, or representing a certain historical age or time (a period piece; period furniture)

periodic.adjective
having or marked by repeated cycles; happening or appearing at regular intervals; recurring or reappearing from time to time; intermittent; characterized by periodic sentences
periodically.adverb

patron.noun
one that supports, protects, or champions someone or something, such as an institutuion, an event, or a cause; a sponsor or benefactor.(a patron of the arts); a customer, especially a regular customer
patronal.adjective

patronize, patronized, patronizing, patronizes.transitive verbs
to act as a patron to; support or sponsor; to go to as a customer, especially on a regular basis; to treat in a condescending manner
patronization.noun
patronizingly.adverb

prank.noun
a mischievous trick or practical joke

platitude.noun
a trite or banal.remark or statement, especially one expressed as if it were original or significant; cliché
platitudinous.or.platitudinal.adjective
platitudinously.adverb
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