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BYU ELC AVL0951-0975: List 39-definitions

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attachment
noun: a part that is connected to X or that is used to connect or attach Y to X
indirect
adjective: not said or done in a clear and direct way
interactive
adjective: designed to respond to the actions, commands, etc., of a user
invoke
verb: to mention X in an attempt to make people feel a certain way or have a certain idea in their mind
differentiate
verb: to see or state the difference or differences between two or more things
optimal
adjective: best or most effective; optimum
viable
adjective: capable of being done or used; workable; capable of succeeding
reproduce
verb: to make a copy of (something)
coordinate
verb: to cause to act or work together properly and well
revision
noun: a change or a set of changes that corrects or improves X
passive
adjective: the quality of allowing things to happen or accepting things without trying to change anything
advocacy
noun: the act or process of supporting a cause or proposal
above
adjective: mentioned at an earlier point in the same document
isolated
adjective: separate from others; happening just once
dual
adjective: having two different parts, uses, etc.; having two or something
justification
noun: an acceptable reason for doing something
disposal
noun: the act of throwing something away
modeling
noun: making small copies of things (such as planes, trains, etc.)
thesis
noun: a statement that someone wants to discuss or prove
vendor
noun: a person who sells things especially on the street; a business that sells a particular type of product
occurrence
noun: something that happens
prospective
adjective: likely to be or become something specified in the future
authentic
adjective: real or genuine; not copied or false; true and accurate; made to be or look just like an original
relevance
noun: the state of relating to a subject in an appropriate way
inevitably
adverb: in a way that is sure to happen