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ex post facto

  

      adj   having retrospective effect  
an ex post facto law     
     (C17: from Latin ex from + post afterwards + factus done, from facere to do)  
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post   [1]  
      n  
1    a length of wood, metal, etc., fixed upright in the ground to serve as a support, marker, point of attachment, etc.  
2      (Horse racing)  
a    either of two upright poles marking the beginning (starting post) and end (winning post) of a racecourse  
b    the finish of a horse race  
3    any of the main upright supports of a piece of furniture, such as a four-poster bed  
      vb   tr  
4    sometimes foll by: up   to fasten or put up (a notice) in a public place  
5    to announce by means of or as if by means of a poster  
to post banns     
6    to publish (a name) on a list  
     (Old English, from Latin postis; related to Old High German first ridgepole, Greek pastas colonnade)  

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post

  
[1]  
1   
      n   column, newel, pale, palisade, picket, pillar, pole, shaft, stake, standard, stock, support, upright  
2   
      vb   advertise, affix, announce, display, make known, pin up, proclaim, promulgate, publicize, publish, put up, stick up  

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adj.
after woman delivery phase
Latin, Medical
n.
post-burial dissolution
geologic term
exp.
When something is 'in the air', it means something exciting or significant is taking place or about to happen. Ex.: Spring is in the air - it's time for change!
n.
means a different approach or a welcome change to something. Ex.: anna has lots of wonderful ideas and motivation - she is a breath of fresh air.
[Fig.]

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