Remember the Titans

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20 terms · Tuesday, February 12th, 2010 Mr. Said

Colored Kid

Term used before 1970 for a person who is not white; typically an African-American.

Agitator

A person who stirs up others in order to upset the status quo and further a political, social, or other cause

Swat

Hit swiftly with a violent blow

Privilege

A special favor, right, or advantage given to a person or group

Abandoning

To leave or desert

Afford

To permit or allow; to enable

Dictatorship

Form of government in which the leader has absolute power and authority

All-American

One of the best athletes in America in a specific sport

Fatigue

A feeling of tiredness from work or exercise; to make or become tired; Also, a military uniform

Hallowed Ground

A holy or sacred place; Also, another name for a cemetery or graveyard

Malice

Desire to harm others

Fine Line

Very little separation

Sympathy

Sharing the feelings of others (especially feelings of sorrow or anguish)

Fumbling

To drop or juggle an object

Harnessing

The use of something; Take control and make use of

Sissy

Offensive term referring to a boy who does not exhibit stereotypical masculinity; A coward

Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin

A famous comedy duo in the 1950's

Sanctuary

A sacred place; any place of refuge

Who is the coolest teacher?

Mr. Said, duh.

1989

What year did the Berlin Wall fall down?

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