or*a*cle \ ˈȯr-ə-kəl \ ˈär- \
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  • a person (such as a priestess of ancient Greece) through whom a deity is believed to speak
  • a shrine in which a deity reveals hidden knowledge or the divine purpose through such a person
  • an answer or decision given by an oracle


geographical name
Or*a*cle \ ˈȯr-ə-kəl \ ˈär- \
  • unincorporated settlement north-northeast of Tucson in southern Arizona population 3686; site of a biome research facility


biographical name
Buf*fett \ ˈbə-fət \
  • Warren (Edward) 1930— American investor and philanthropist
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