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  1. set of bones which connected make up the spine and spinal column and run down the middle of the back in vertebrate animals.
  2. any fundamental support, structure, or infrastructure
    Before automobiles, railroads were a backbone of commerce.
  3. courage, fortitude, or strength
    He would make a good manager, if he had a little more backbone.

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