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Science, 1) knowledge, learning: “your own s. exceeds the lists of all advice,” Meas. I, 1, 5. “Plutus himself hath not in nature's mystery more s.” All's V, 3, 103.
2) an object of study, a branch of knowledge: “to instruct her fully in those --s,” Shr. II, 57. “do not learn the --s that should become our country,” H5 V, 2, 58.
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