Etymology
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deamination (n.)

"removal of an amino group," 1912, from de- + amine + noun ending -ation.

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luncheonette (n.)
type of restaurant, 1906, American English, from luncheon + diminutive ending -ette.
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extramural (adj.)

"situated outside or beyond the walls of," 1820, from extra- + ending from intermural.

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americium (n.)

artificial radioactive element, 1946, from America + metallic element ending -ium.

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homogenization (n.)
1803 (specifically of milk, 1905); see homogenize + noun ending -ation.
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hypoxia (n.)
1941, from hypo- + oxygen + abstract noun ending -ia. Related: Hypoxic.
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dancercize (n.)

"dancing as exercise," 1967, from dance (n.) + ending from exercise (n.).

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centre 
chiefly British English spelling of center (q.v.); for ending, see -re.
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prioritization (n.)

"act or fact or prioritizing," 1967, from prioritize + noun ending -ation.

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