Book A, Lesson 5
an organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that causes disease.
a miniature world; something that resembles something else on a very small scale.
a small or trivial detail.
to make slender or small.
1. thin in form.
2. flimsy; having little substance or validity.
to satisfy an appetite fully; to gratify to excess.
to do as one is asked or ordered
1. a tool or utensil
2. to carry out; to put into effect.
1. well-stocked or abundantly supplied.
2. completely filled; utterly satisfied.
an exclamation or oath, often obscene.
A film bearing a photographic record (as of print) on a reduced scale.
A living being (as a bacterium) too tiny to be seen by the unaided eye.
an instrument for converting sound waves into variations of a electric current for transmitting or recording sound.
An optical instrument for making magnified images of minute objects.
A radio wave between 1 and 100 centimeters in wave length.
a branch of biology dealing with microscopic forms of life
the climate of a small area
a fiche containing rows of images of pages of printed matter
the islands in the northwestern part of Oceania
a country scattered over Micronesia with a consitiutional government in free association with the United States
one millionth of a second
to make less or cause to appear less
a list of dishes served at a restaurant for a meal; the dishes served
inferior in importance, size or degree
not having reached majority; a person who has not attained majority
to pursue an academic minor; a subject of academic chosen as a secondary field of specialization
diminished by; lacking without
the 60th part of an hour or of a degree; a short space of time
to cut into small pieces
to restrain words within the bounds of decorum
a slow graceful dance
to treat as of less importance than is real or apparent
the entire property of a person or company that may be used to pay debts
act of fulfilling a desire, need or appetite
make happy or satisfied
to do something by making an effort and completing it
having come or been brought to a conclusion
a full supply; a large number or amount
bring back to the condition of being full; refill
the activity of supplying or providing
full; including all entitled to attend
a diplomatic agent having full authority
a space or all space that is full of matter
a general assembly of all members of a legislative body