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the act of pleading for, supporting, or recommending a cause or course of action; active espousal: their tireless advocacy of states' rights
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The definition, sharpness, or level of detail of the reproduction of an image Resolution is directly related to the number and density of the dots of color (black, white, and perhaps other colors)
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moot (mo͞ot) adj 1 a Subject to debate; arguable or unsettled: "It is a moot point whether Napoleon Bonaparte was born a subject of the King of France" (Norman Davies) b
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It is evolving into an elite institution, open chiefly to the well-educated few In short, marriage is becoming yet another form of privilege —Barbara Dafoe Whitehead, Commonweal, 2 Dec 2005