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Coestablishment
Coestablishment Co`es*tab"lish*ment, n. Joint establishment. --Bp. Watson.
Disestablish
Disestablish Dis`es*tab"lish, v. t. To unsettle; to break up (anything established); to deprive, as a church, of its connection with the state. --M. Arnold.
Disestablishment
Disestablishment Dis`es*tab"lish*ment, n. 1. The act or process of unsettling or breaking up that which has been established; specifically, the withdrawal of the support of the state from an established church; as, the disestablishment and disendowment of the Irish Church by Act of Parliament. 2. The condition of being disestablished.
Enfeeblish
Enfeeblish En*fee"blish, v. i. To enfeeble. [Obs.] --Holland.
Established suit
Established suit Es*tab"lished suit (Whist) A plain suit in which a player (or side) could, except for trumping, take tricks with all his remaining cards.
Establisher
Establisher Es*tab"lish*er, n. One who establishes.
Establishmentarian
Establishmentarian Es*tab`lish*men*ta"ri*an, n. One who regards the Church primarily as an establishment formed by the State, and overlooks its intrinsic spiritual character. --Shipley.
Preestablish
Preestablish Pre`["e]s*tab"lish, v. t. To establish beforehand.
Preestablishment
Preestablishment Pre`["e]s*tab"lish*ment, n. Settlement beforehand.
Publishable
Publishable Pub"lish*a*ble, a. Capable of being published; suitable for publication.
Publisher
Publisher Pub"lish*er, n. One who publishes; as, a publisher of a book or magazine. For love of you, not hate unto my friend, Hath made me publisher of this pretense. --Shak.
Publishment
Publishment Pub"lish*ment, n. 1. The act or process of making publicly known; publication. 2. A public notice of intended marriage, required by the laws of some States. [U.S.]
Reestablish
Reestablish Re`["e]s*tab"lish (r?`?s*t?b"l?sh), v. t. To establish anew; to fix or confirm again; to restore; as, to re["e]stablish a covenant; to re["e]stablish health.
Reestablisher
Reestablisher Re`["e]s*tab"lish*er (-?r), n. One who establishes again.
Reestablishment
Reestablishment Re`["e]s*tab"lish*ment (-mnt), n. The act re["e]stablishing; the state of being re["e]stablished. --Addison.
Republish
Republish Re*pub"lish (r?-p?b"l?sh), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Republished (-l?sht); p. pr. & vb. n. Republishing.] To publish anew; specifically, to publish in one country (a work first published in another); also, to revive (a will) by re?xecution or codicil. Subsecquent to the purchase or contract, the devisor republished his will. --Blackstone.
Republished
Republish Re*pub"lish (r?-p?b"l?sh), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Republished (-l?sht); p. pr. & vb. n. Republishing.] To publish anew; specifically, to publish in one country (a work first published in another); also, to revive (a will) by re?xecution or codicil. Subsecquent to the purchase or contract, the devisor republished his will. --Blackstone.
Republisher
Republisher Re*pub"lish*er (-?r), n. One who republishes.
Republishing
Republish Re*pub"lish (r?-p?b"l?sh), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Republished (-l?sht); p. pr. & vb. n. Republishing.] To publish anew; specifically, to publish in one country (a work first published in another); also, to revive (a will) by re?xecution or codicil. Subsecquent to the purchase or contract, the devisor republished his will. --Blackstone.
Stablish
Stablish Stab"lish, v. t. [Aphetic form of establish.] To settle permanently in a state; to make firm; to establish; to fix. [Obs.] --2 Sam. vii. 13.
Stablishment
Stablishment Stab"lish*ment, n. Establishment. [Obs.]
Unestablish
Unestablish Un`es*tab"lish, v. t. [1st pref. un- + establish.] To disestablish. [R.] The Parliament demanded of the king to unestablish that prelatical government. --Milton.

Meaning of Blish from wikipedia

- James Benjamin Blish (May 23, 1921 – July 30, 1975) was an American science fiction and fantasy writer. He is best known for his Cities in Flight novels...
- The Blish lock is a breech locking mechanism designed by John Bell Blish based upon his ****umption that under extreme pressures, certain dissimilar metals...
- John Bell Blish (September 8, 1860 – December 22, 1921) was an American inventor known primarily for developing the Blish lock, used in the Thompson submachine...
- investor Thomas Ryan. In 1915 Thompson had found the Blish Lock patent of Commander John Blish, which was the operating principle of the first prototypes...
- dela****-blowback breech system designed by John Blish, a commander in the United States Navy. With Blish as a partner, Thompson obtained the necessary venture...
- service rifles then in use, but he came across a patent issued to John Bell Blish in 1915 while searching for a way to allow his weapon to operate safely...
- publisher of Star Trek fiction aimed at adult readers was Bantam Books. James Blish wrote adaptations of episodes of the original series in twelve volumes from...
- stills. Many of Bantam's Star Trek releases remained in print until 1991. Blish was known to have expressed an extreme dislike for tie-in fiction, however...
- The Blish-Garret House is a historic house located at 350 Plum Street in Barnstable, M****achusetts. This 1-1/2 story Cape style house was built c. 1760...
- (1956) The Big Time by Fritz Leiber (1958) A Case of Conscience by James Blish (1959) Starship Troopers by Robert A. Heinlein (1960) A Canticle for Leibowitz...
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