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Garand rifle a semiautomatic, clip-fed rifle, which was standard issue of the U.S. Army in World War II and the Korean War; M-1.
Gordon setter any of a Scottish breed of medium-sized hunting dog having a soft, silky black and tan coat.
gram atom the quantity of an element with a weight in grams numerically equal to its atomic weight; gram-atomic weight.
gram molecule the quantity of a substance with a weight in grams numerically equal to its molecular weight; mole; gram-molecular weight.
gray whale a medium-sized mostly gray or black whalebone whale of the North Pacific.
hearty warm-hearted and sincere; friendly. [1/6 definitions]
interior monologue in literature, material that expresses a character's inner thoughts, often presented in stream-of-consciousness narrative.
Labrador retriever any of a breed of medium-sized retriever, originating in Newfoundland, with a short coat and a tapering tail.
lynx any of several medium-sized wild cats having soft, spotted fur and tufted ears.
M- used with a number to denote equipment produced for U.S. military use, such as the M-16 rifle.
made-to-order made specially for a particular person; custom-made. [1/2 definitions]
modification a change in the form of a word or word element, such as the change of the prefix "in-" to "im-" in "impossible". [1/5 definitions]
northern harrier a medium-sized gray or brown hawk common in marshes in North America and Eurasia; marsh hawk.
Olympic Games an international amateur athletic competition patterned after the ancient Greek games, held every four years in different countries, with separate dates and locations for winter and warm-weather sports.
opium poppy a Eurasian annual poppy having grayish-green leaves and bearing large white, red, pink, or purple flowers, and oily seeds, the unripe pods of which may be harvested for their opium-containing sap.
ox a large, clumsy, dim-witted man. [1/2 definitions]
pop-top denoting or having a top that can be popped open, usu. with a pull tab, as on vacuum-packed cans. [1/3 definitions]
prison camp a minimum-security prison where prisoners considered to be reliable are held. [1/2 definitions]
puli1 a medium-sized sheep dog, bred originally in Hungary, having long hair that mats in shaggy coils.
RAM abbreviation of "random-access memory."
ready-made made up ahead of time, as clothes in assorted sizes; not custom-made. [1/3 definitions]