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Analog 3-1 Harrington

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adage
(noun) a traditional saying expressing a common experience or observation; a proverb
allegation
(noun) an assertion made as if it were a fact
anthropology
(noun) the study of people (customs, origin, distribution, and social and environmental relations)
aperture
(noun) an opening, hole, gap
apiary
(noun) a place where bees are kept
arraign
(verb) to charge with guilt
atrium
(noun) the central court of an ancient Roman house
aversion
(noun) an intense or definite dislike, antipathy
aviary
(noun) a large cage housing many birds
banal
(adjective) lacking originality, trite, hackneyed
bastion
(noun) any strong defense or bulwark, fortress
behemoth
(noun) a huge animal
boor
(noun) a rude, ill-mannered person
bowdlerize
(verb) to expurgate; to remove obscenity from a book
cacophony
(noun) a harsh jarring sound, discord
censure
(noun) a blaming adverse opinion or judgment; (verb) to criticize as blameworthy
citadel
(noun) a fortress on a commanding height
concordance
(noun) agreement, harmony
condiment
(noun) something used to enhance the flavor of food; a spice
confluence
(noun) a flowing together of two streams