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As is already pointed out in the comments from @Michael: The best answer you are going to get will be based on the dictionary meanings of 'molest', e.g. (Cambridge Dictionary) "to touch or attack someone in a sexual way against their wishes", and "to touch, push, etc. someone violently" From this, we can infer that rape is a type of molestation, but not ...


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45 million (is the number given), millions more=other millions, not specified as to how many millions exactly. In a text that says millions more (or more millions) some number of millions has already been specified. There is no way to tell exactly how many "millions more" this is exactly. millions more or more millions always means the same thing ...


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https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/wrath http://www.learnersdictionary.com/definition/enraged https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/livid You will notice, the Merriam Webster definitions seem to be very similar. In usage, I would say there is an order or strength. From weakest to strongest Livid-Enrage-Wrath Wrath is slightly archaic and ...


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In this case “down” most likely means “lying in a relatively low position, like in a bed, in a crib, even in the floor. Down has many meanings, like “depressed” (but babies are usually not depressed), “destroyed” (there was a gunfight until the shooter was down), it might mean “on the ground floor” and many other meanings. The “ghost busters” joke: “...


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