path; route; course
Necessary to complete something; essential
to direct or manage activities
release or deposit of eggs (of a fish, frog, etc.)
the science of working with metals
area dominated by a specific group
using force or threats to make someone do something
acting like a ruler who has total power and who often uses that power in cruel and unfair ways
Native to a certain area
Early domesticated plant in North Americ
an African cereal that is cultivated almost exclusively in Ethiopia, used mainly to make flour.
tapering, four-sided shafts of stone, usually monolithic (made of only one stone) and having a pyramidal apex.
a large natural or artificial lake used as a source of water supply
First planned city in America; America's greatest city
A continuous band of painted or sculptured decoration
jump or dance around excitedly
relating to or denoting conflict within a single family or organization
the climate of a very small or restricted area, especially when this differed from the climate of the surrounding area
of considerable size, importance or worth
a position useable as a base for further advance
the capital or chief city of a country or region
crossing or extending across the ocean
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