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In terms of family, branches are either future generations of a family, or second plus cousins of an existing family.
The girl was Henry XXX's ninth cousin fifteen times removed, that makes them branches of the same family tree.
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I couldn’t care less (but one must keep up appearances, right?)
Frenemy has a family tragedy. "Thoughts and prayers."
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to call someone extremely ugly.
disgusting raunchy ugly nails horrifying unattractive horrid
That bitch is so branches; she needa go get her face done.
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1. Part of tree growing from trunk.

2. Botany part of plant stem or root:

3. Something that resembles a branch of a tree in structure, but is NOT a part of a tree.

4. F.e. a store, bank, or other organization that is part of a larger group and is located in a different part of a geographic area from the parent organization.

5. Distinct part of large organization: a subdivision of a large organization, usually with a specialized mission

6. A part of a large area of study.

7. A line of a family that is descended from a common ancestor.

8. Geography tributary stream: a river or stream flowing into another river.

9. Geography creek (mostly used by people from the Southern of the U.S.): a small stream or a creek.

10. Southern U.S. beverages drinking water: drinking water, especially from a clean spring or stream, and used particularly for mixing with bourbon.

11. Comput alternative instruction sequence: a sequence of computer program instructions in a set of alternative sequences that are activated according to specific conditions.

12. MATHAMATICAL part of curve: A distinctive part of a curve that is separated from the rest of the curve, e.g. by discontinuities or extreme points.

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1. To divide somthing into smaller parts, or cause something to do this.

2. To grow branches.

3. To become involved in something new, especially as a way of extending or expanding personal interests or business activities.

4. Tto execute an alternative sequence of computer program instructions as a result of the detection of a specific condition.
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1. A woody branch (small limb) of a tree that grows out from a larger limb or from the trunk.
2. A subdivision of the stem, root, or flower cluster of a plant.
3. The branches of the stag's antlers.
4. The account is held at the bank's Elm Street branch.
5. Each branch of the military has a distinctive history and reputation.

6. Ethics is a branch of philosophy.
7. F.e. the Peruvian branch of the family.
8. A branch of the Colorado River.
9. A branch runs through our lower pasture.
10. I'd like a branch.
11. A branch of numbers
12. To calculate a branch.

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1. Part of the path branches off toward the river.
2. Branching.
3. The company has branched into the multimedia market.
4. Branching a sequence.

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slang for male genitilia.
girl #1 "he's as tall as a tree"
girl #2 "yes and all I'm interested in is his branch!"
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An unacceptably large stem in a bag of marijuana.
person 1 "what the hell is this"

person 2 "What, it wheighed out"

person 1 "of course it weighs out there's
freakin branch in there"
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