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  1. musical accompaniment a musical part (vocal or instrumental) that supports or provides background for other musical parts
  2. musculus teres minor teres muscle that adducts the arm and rotates it laterally
  3. desktop computer a personal computer small enough to fit conveniently in an individual workspace
  4. musical composition a musical work that has been created
  5. Second Coming the reappearance of Jesus as judge for the Last Judgment
  6. vegetable hummingbird a softwood tree with lax racemes of usually red or pink flowers; tropical Australia and Asia; naturalized in southern Florida and West Indies
  7. musical arrangement a piece of music that has been adapted for performance by a particular set of voices or instruments
  8. psychical communication communication by paranormal means
  9. masking paper adhesive tape used to cover the part of a surface that should not be painted
  10. tricyclic antidepressant drug an antidepressant drug that acts by blocking the reuptake of norepinephrine and serotonin and thus making more of those substances available to act on receptors in the brain
  11. capital of the Dominican Republic the capital and largest city of the Dominican Republic
  12. cyclic neutropenia neutropenia that occurs periodically
  13. musical comedy a play or film whose action and dialogue is interspersed with singing and dancing
  14. musical passage a short section of a musical composition
  15. electronic communication communication by computer
  16. psychology department the academic department responsible for teaching and research in psychology
  17. musical theme (music) melodic subject of a musical composition
  18. marital communications privilege neither spouse can divulge confidential communications from the other while they were married
  19. neuromuscular blocking agent a substance that interferes with the neural transmission between motor neurons and skeletal muscles
  20. James Clerk Maxwell Scottish physicist whose equations unified electricity and magnetism and who recognized the electromagnetic nature of light (1831-1879)