|by chance that, if, case||in case|
|(about a letter) minuscule, not in the capital form; pertaining to the lower case, not capital, put in small letters, small letters not capitals||lowercase|
|(Grammar) by means of the ablative case (used to indicate direction, location, or agency)||ablatively|
|(Grammar) of or pertaining to the ablative case (used to indicate direction, location, or agency), ablative case or word, grammatical case, grammatical case that indicates direction or location or agency (Grammar)||ablative|
|(Latin) ancient Roman game of chance based on the use of dice; (Classical Mythology) nickname of Athena that refers to a holy place built in her honor by Aleus; old city located on the Eastern border of Arcadia||alea|
|(Law) of or pertaining to champerty (act of promoting the suit of a plaintiff or defendant in return for a share of the proceeds of the case)||champertous|
|a trademark for a small recordable compact disc housed in a rectangular plastic case. It measures 5 cm2 in. in diameter.||MiniDisc|
|ability, be worthy of, be eligible for; deserve, facts of a case, good quality, spiritual credit, value, value; character or accomplishment that commends praise; excellence; state of being worthy of appreciation||merit|
|able to be appealed, capable of being appealed (apply for review of a case to a higher court)||appealable|
|able to grow, able to survive outside the womb, capable of living; having a reasonable chance of succeeding, practical; having the ability to survive outside the uterus (of a fetus), practicable or worthwhile||viable|
|accidental or unplanned, by chance; occurring accidentally, happening by lucky chance||fortuitous|
|accidentally, by chance, fortuitously, without prior planning||randomly|
|accidentally, by chance, fortuitously, without prior planning, unplanned, equally likely, having definite probability, lacking regularity, without a pattern||random|
|accidentally; by chance||fortuitously|
|act of forgiving; discharging; dispatching, cancel something, defer something, forgive, absolve; release, discharge; abate, relax, slacken; send, pardon something, reduce intensity of something, restore something, send case back to lower court, send pa...||remit|
|act of hitting ball, attempt, attempt to score, blasting explosion, bullet or cannonball, camera view, chance at winning, continuous uninterrupted film sequence, filled with particular quality, firing of a bullet or other projectile from a weapon; rang...||shot|
|act of opening, beginning of a game, clearing in woods, first part, first performance for the general public, first time something is used or done, gap, making open; aperture; available job; chance, opportunity, put into an open position, vacancy||opening|
|act of promoting the suit of a plaintiff or defendant in return for a share of the proceeds of the case (Law), agreement to finance or aid litigation||champerty|
|additional hearing, additional presentation of a court case||rehearing|
|advantageous chance, occasion; opportune moment, favorable time to act, favorable conditions||opportunity|
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