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This album is dedicated to my dear sister whom I have come to love so very much. 2012 ç Daniel de Boer Istanbul

beauty [ˈbjuːtɪ] n pl -ties 1. the combination of all the qualities of a person or thing that delight the senses and please the mind 2. a very attractive and well-formed girl or woman 3. Informal an outstanding example of its kind the horse is a beauty 4. Informal an advantageous feature one beauty of the job is the short hours 5. Informal, old-fashioned a light-hearted and affectionate term of address hello, my old beauty!


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scar (skär) n. 1. A mark left on the skin after a surface injury or wound has healed. 2. A lingering sign of damage or injury, either mental or physical: nightmares, anxiety, and other enduring scars of wartime experiences. 3. A permanent change in a person’s character resulting from emotional distress his wife’s death left its scars on him 4. Botany A mark indicating a former attachment, as of a leaf to a stem. 5. A mark of damage; blemish v. scarred, scar·ring, scars [Middle English, alteration of escare, from Old French, scab, from Late Latin eschara, from Greek eskhara, hearth, scab caused by burning.]


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personality [,p3:sə’nælıtı] n pl -ties 1. (Psychology) Psychol the sum total of all the behavioural and mental characteristics by means of which an individual is recognized as being unique 2. the distinctive character of a person that makes him socially attractive a salesman needs a lot of personality 3. a well-known person in a certain field, such as sport or entertainment 4. a remarkable person the old fellow is a real personality 5. the quality of being a unique person 6. the distinctive atmosphere of a place or situation 7. (often plural) a personal remark


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disorder [dıs’ɔ:də] n. 1. a lack of order; disarray; confusion 2. (Law) a disturbance of public order or peace 3. (Medicine) an upset of health; ailment 4. a deviation from the normal system or order tr.v. dis·or·dered, dis·or·der·ing, dis·or·ders 1. to upset the order of; disarrange; muddle 2. (Medicine) to disturb the health or mind of


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n. 1. The act, quality, or power of withstanding hardship or stress: A marathon tests a runner’s endurance. 2. The state or fact of persevering: Through hard work and endurance, we will complete this project. 3. Continuing existence; duration.

en·dur·ance (n-drns, -dyr-)


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