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Things rudiment often describes (“rudiment ________”)
formation, changes, increases

Descriptive words:
first, mere, embryonic, small, thymic, genital, posterior, earliest, anterior, hippocampal, merest, epithelial, like, common, cerebral, pancreatic, single, minute, optic, dorsal, cartilaginous, right, primary, median, simple, echinus, thyroid, pronephric, slight, shaped, unpaired, original, simplest, very, enteric, mammary, distinct, presumptive, traceable, hepatic, paired, primitive, cerebellar, slightest, mesonephric, left, ganglionic, neural, axial, day, pituitary, notochordal, abortive, nasal, unorganized, embryonal, functionless, antennal, solid, endodermal, visible, useless, superfluous, lateral, vaginal, pericardial, least, bursal, undifferentiated, ovarian, indefinite, spinal, grafted, metanephric, polypide, organ, sternal, homogeneous, juvenile, gut, abdominal

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