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microbiology
branch of biology thats studies microrganisms
microclimate
the climate of a small area
microfiche
plastic sheet containing microfilm on which images of pages of newspapers, books, and other printed matter are reproduced
Micronesia
one of the three mahor divisions of the Pacific islands, north of Melanesia
microsecond
small part of a second
mince
to cut or chop into very small, fine pieces
minuet
a slow stately dance for groups of couples introduced in France in the 17th century
extenuate
to lessen the seriousnes of something, as a fault or offense, by serving as or giving and excuse for it
plenary
full; complete; absolute
plenipotentiary
having or conferring full power or authority
plenitude
fullness; completeness
plenum
space filled with matter: apose to vacum
microbe
an organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that causes disease
microcosm
a miniature world; someting that resembles something esle on a very small scale
minuscule
extremely small
minutia
a small or trivial detial
attenuate
to make slender or small
tenuous
thin in form
satiate
to satisfy an appetite fully; to gratify to excess
comply
to do as one is asked or ordered
implement
a tool or utensil
replete
well-stocked of abundantly supplied
expletive
an exclamation or oath, especially obscene