(of animals, esp insects) having a boring or penetrating organ, such as a sting
a rice-paper screen in a sliding wooden frame, used in Japanese houses as a partition
the condition of a website link not being updated, with the result that the host website is no longer hyperlinked to the desired website
a high-level computer programming language designed for dealing with real-time processing problems: used for military and other systems
a knife for cutting or thrusting
(of tea) having been left in the pot to stew
a person who is regarded as being obsessed with reducing their carbon footprint
an invigorating bath originating in Finland in which the bather is subjected to hot steam, usually followed by a cold plunge or by being lightly beaten with birch twigs
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