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collegiate church a Catholic or Anglican church that has no bishop's see but is presided over by a vice provost or dean and served by a chapter of canons. [1/2 definitions]
converter an electrical device that converts alternating current into direct current or vice versa. [1/5 definitions]
dynamoelectric of or pertaining to the conversion of mechanical energy to electric energy or vice versa.
electoral college a body of people chosen to officially elect the President and Vice President of the United States, based on the popular vote in each state.
electrochemistry the branch of chemistry that deals with the production of electricity by chemical changes and vice versa.
film noir a kind of film, made esp. during the 1940s and 1950s, that depicted a negative, cynical view of life, often focusing on crime and vice in cities.
John Adams the second President of the United States (1797-1801), who had been a strong advocate of American independence from Great Britain as well as one of the authors of the Declaration of Independence. President Adams was also the first U.S. Vice President under his predecessor George Washington (b.1735--d.1826).
Lyndon Baines Johnson U.S. politician, Vice-President to President John F. Kennedy, and later the 36th President of the United States, serving from 1963 to 1969. Under Lyndon Johnson, the nation saw the escalation of the Vietnam War. As president, Lyndon Johnson worked for the passage of the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act (b.1908--d.1973).
President Pro Tempore the second-highest ranking officer of the Senate, elected by the members of the Senate and customarily the most senior member of the majority party, who, in the absence of the Vice President, officially presides over the Senate chamber.
rear admiral a U.S. naval officer ranking below a vice admiral and above a commodore admiral.
satire a literary or dramatic work that ridicules or derides human vice or foolishness, usu. through the use of parody or irony. [1/3 definitions]
sublimate to convert a solid into a gas, or vice versa, without liquefying; sublime. [1/4 definitions]
sublime to convert a solid to a gas, or vice versa, without liquefying; sublimate. [1/5 definitions]
tenderloin (often cap.) a district known for vice or corruption in a large city. [1/2 definitions]
trot the gait of a four-footed animal, esp. a horse, in which the left foreleg is moved forward simultaneously with the right hind leg, and vice versa. [1/6 definitions]
veep (informal) a vice president, esp. of a nation.
vice squad a police division assigned to enforce laws governing prostitution, gambling, narcotics, and other forms of vice.
vicious characterized by vice; wicked; immoral. [1/3 definitions]
VP abbreviation of "Vice President."