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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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arkark /ɑːk $ ɑːrk/ noun [countable]  1 TTWa large ship2 the Ark something went out with the ark at go out(8)
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arkHers, said her husband, was not like an ark; it was an ark.They came up with several designs for giant arks of sanity.Like Noah in his ark, they had traveled across the vast oceanic flood to carry out their holy mission.Very little activity in the ark, either natural or man-made, happened without the distributed computer knowing about it.The body of the ark was green, with painted heads of animals peering from the portholes.Yet the significance for the ancient Israelites of the capture of the ark went beyond the scope of such attachments.The ark is vast, designed to float, not sail - and there were no launching problems!
Ark, thethe ArkArk, the  1 (also Noah's Ark) in the Old Testament of the Bible, the large boat that Noah built for his family and for two members of every type of animal in the world, so that they would be safe from the great flood that covered the world2 out of the Ark
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