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noun 
  1. An object (e.g. narrative work) from which all later copies and variations are derived
This manuscript is the
  1. A person with a unique and interesting personality
You're an
adjective 
  1. (not comparable) First in a series
The manuscript contained spelling errors that were fixed in later versions
This recording is by the broadway cast.
  1. (not comparable) Newly created
Tonight we will hear an work by one of our best composers.
  1. (comparable) Fresh, different
The paper contains a number of ideas about color perception.
  1. (not comparable) Pioneering
Parker was one of the bebop players.
  1. (not comparable) Having as its origin
This kind of barbecue is to North Carolina.

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