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- the means by which the presence, quality, or genuineness of anything is determined;
a means of trial.
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Eggegg1 (eg),USA pronunciation n.
- the roundish reproductive body produced by the female of certain animals, as birds and most reptiles, consisting of an ovum and its envelope of albumen, jelly, membranes, egg case, or shell, according to species.
- such a body produced by a domestic bird, esp. the hen.
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- Also called egg cell. the female gamete; ovum.
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Sciencesci•ence (sī′əns),USA pronunciation n.
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knowledge gained by systematic study.
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