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  1. master sergeant a senior noncommissioned officer in the Army or Marines
  2. citizens committee a self-constituted organization to promote something
  3. suborder Scombroidea mackerels
  4. mariner's compass compass in the form of a card that rotates so that 0 degrees or North points to magnetic north
  5. Loiseleuria procumbens creeping mat-forming evergreen shrub of high mountain regions of northern hemisphere grown for its rose-pink flowers
  6. superincumbent lying or resting on and exerting pressure on something else
  7. heterocyclic compound a compound containing a heterocyclic ring
  8. western chimpanzee masked or pale-faced chimpanzees of western Africa
  9. saturation bombing extensive targeting intended to devastate a large area
  10. joint-stock company a company (usually unincorporated) which has the capital of its members pooled in a common fund; transferable shares represent ownership interest; shareholders are legally liable for all debts of the company
  11. incumbent necessary as a duty or responsibility; morally binding
  12. trust company an organization (usually with a commercial bank) that is engaged as a trustee or fiduciary or agent in handling trust funds or estates of custodial arrangements or stock transfers or related services
  13. subsidiary company a company that is completely controlled by another company
  14. master cylinder a cylinder that contains brake fluid that is compressed by a piston
  15. Treasury bond a debt instrument with maturities of 10 years or longer
  16. Myrtus communis European shrub with white or rosy flowers followed by black berries
  17. insurance company a financial institution that sells insurance
  18. electronics company a company that makes and sells electronic instruments
  19. business community the body of individuals who manage businesses
  20. East India Company an English company formed in 1600 to develop trade with the new British colonies in India and southeastern Asia; in the 18th century it assumed administrative control of Bengal and held it until the British army took over in 1858 after the Indian Mutiny