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factor, pcr, translation

Descriptive words:
phonetic, reverse, phonemic, dependent, specific, mediated, accurate, literal, early, direct, complete, induced, late, broad, exact, full, medical, narrow, efficient, genetic, eukaryotic, nuclear, active, basal, faithful, mere, original, chinese, musical, regulated, correct, partial, verbatim, simple, activated, electrical, subsequent, differential, fos, enhanced, greek, detailed, orthographic, selective, viral, orchestral, stimulating, ribosomal, manual, initial, careful, inducible, automatic, latin, phonological, typed, cellular, myc, diplomatic, faulty, constitutive, mitochondrial, written, roman, zygotic, rapid, directed, thyroid, hieroglyphic, leftward, arabic, level, mechanical, unpublished, prosodic, conventional, incorrect, poetic, lac

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See transcription used in context: 3 rhymes, several books and articles.

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