a cure-all; a remedy for all diseases
all-powerful; having unlimited power
1.eating both plant and animal food
1. universal; including most things
2.referring to the Roman Catholic church
1.a great or complete destruction, especially by fire
2.the systematic mass slaughter of European Jews (and many others) in Nazi concentration camps during World War II
referring to a form of government in which one person or party holds absolute control
CLAUDO, CLAUDERE, CLAUSI, CLAUSUM
(<L.) "to close"
1.a covered walk along the inside walls of a building, usually looking out on a courtyard
2.a monastery or similar place of religious seclusion
to prevent; to make impossible
a person who avoids mixing with people
__________ threatens to break out after Julius Caesar is assassinated on the ides of March, but in Shakespeare's play, Brutus calms the murderous senators.
Some politicians seem to regard tax cuts as a _______for economic problems.
To the ancient British tribes, the invading British army seemed ___________.
At harvest time, the smell of garlic is __________ in Gilroy, California, "the garlic capital of America."
1. Human beings are __________ , though many choose to be vegetarians. 2. She is such an __________ reader, she has already read all of the library's biographies, science fiction, and sports magazines.
1. Her wide travels reflect her ___________ tastes. 2. Spain is a predominantly __________ country.
1. After the great 1906 earthquake, a _____________ swept through San Francisco. 2. Most Americans first learned of the extent of the ___________ when the Nazi concentration camps were liberated at the end of World War II.
Under Joseph Stalin, the Soviet Union became a __________ state.
1. The __________ of the country house provided a welcome protection from the tropical sun. 2. During the Reformation many _________ were closed and their monks or nuns dispersed.
Rain __________ our taking a walk.
The ___________ preferred the company of a dog and the library to that of people.