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Vocabulary Power Plus Book 2 chapter 9
collaborate
contrite
emulate
enhance
(v.) to work with, work together, to cooperate
(adj.) Regretful; plagued by guilt; rueful
(v.) imitate, copy, simulate
(v.) improve; make better or clearer
collaborate
(v.) to work with, work together, to cooperate
contrite
(adj.) Regretful; plagued by guilt; rueful
6 - Hakim - book 2, chapter 9 & 10
** What were indentured servants?
** One export agricultural product hel…
What did King James I dislike about to…
Tobacco is a labor intensive crop. Man…
A person under contract to work for another person for a defi…
tobacco
1.) dangerous to a person's health... 2.) dirty and unpleasant f…
1.) some paid European colonists... 2.) indentured servants... 3.)…
** What were indentured servants?
A person under contract to work for another person for a defi…
** One export agricultural product hel…
tobacco
Book 2 chapter 9 English and pinyin
Pork
Beef
Chicken
Turkey
Zhūròu
Niúròu
Huôjī
Pork
Zhūròu
Beef
Niúròu
Vocabulary Energizers Book 2 Chapter 9
Recalcitrant
Pinnacle
Siren
Adonis
Stubbornly resisting authority, discipline, guidance, or trea…
Highest Point (n)
Beautiful and dangerously fascinating woman who attracts and…
Extremely handsome young man (n)
Recalcitrant
Stubbornly resisting authority, discipline, guidance, or trea…
Pinnacle
Highest Point (n)
A Tale of Two Cities Book 2 Chapter 9 Vocab
balustrades
elicit
remonstrance
Gorgon
a railing with any of a number of closely spaced supports for…
to draw or bring out or forth; educe; evoke.
a protest
ny of three sister monsters commonly represented as having sn…
balustrades
a railing with any of a number of closely spaced supports for…
elicit
to draw or bring out or forth; educe; evoke.
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English: Tale of Two Cities- Chapter 9-24 (Book 2) + Chapter 1-3 (Book 3)
My nephew, they said he was not arrived
Ah! It is not probable he will arrive…
Outside the blinds. Open the blinds
Monseigneur, it is nothing. The trees…
Marquis
Marquis
Marquis
Servant
My nephew, they said he was not arrived
Marquis
Ah! It is not probable he will arrive…
Marquis
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English: Tale of Two Cities- Chapter 9-24 (Book 2) + Chapter (Book 3)
My nephew, they said he was not arrived
Ah! It is not probable he will arrive…
Outside the blinds. Open the blinds
Monseigneur, it is nothing. The trees…
Marquis
Marquis
Marquis
Servant
My nephew, they said he was not arrived
Marquis
Ah! It is not probable he will arrive…
Marquis
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English: Tale of Two Cities- Chapter 9-24 (Book 2) + Chapter 1-3 (Book 3)
My nephew, they said he was not arrived
Ah! It is not probable he will arrive…
Outside the blinds. Open the blinds
Monseigneur, it is nothing. The trees…
Marquis
Marquis
Marquis
Servant
My nephew, they said he was not arrived
Marquis
Ah! It is not probable he will arrive…
Marquis
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1984: Book 2, Chapter 9
What happened on the sixth day of Hate…
What is the explanation for the Eurasi…
What happened for Winston during the d…
Why, at the end of the rally, did ever…
They would hang the Eurasian prisoners. Oceania was at war wi…
they despised it, Goldstein or spies set it up
a man told him he dropped his briefcase ("The Book")
they had to changed the past 6 years of history
What happened on the sixth day of Hate…
They would hang the Eurasian prisoners. Oceania was at war wi…
What is the explanation for the Eurasi…
they despised it, Goldstein or spies set it up
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Caesars English book 2- week 9
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Vocabulary Energizers Book 2 Chapter 9
Recalcitrant
Pinnacle
Siren
Adonis
Stubbornly resisting authority, discipline, guidance, or trea…
Highest Point (n)
Beautiful and dangerously fascinating woman who attracts and…
Extremely handsome young man (n)
Recalcitrant
Stubbornly resisting authority, discipline, guidance, or trea…
Pinnacle
Highest Point (n)
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English Vocabulary: Ecce Book 2
belligerent
perdition
putative
obsequious
hostile, aggressive
state of eternal punishment
commonly accepted or supposed
obedient to an excessive degree
belligerent
hostile, aggressive
perdition
state of eternal punishment
Book 2 Caesars English
placate
derision
vivacious
procure
to appease
ridicule
full of life
to acquire
placate
to appease
derision
ridicule
Caesars English book 2
placate
derision
vivacious
procure
to appease
ridicule
full of life
to aquire
placate
to appease
derision
ridicule
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Caesar's English Lesson 9 Book 2
sea
join
light
middle
mar
junct
luc
medi
sea
mar
join
junct
Caesar's English book 2, list 1-9
oblique
pensive
magnanimous
importune
indirect or slanting
thoughtful
generous
to pester
oblique
indirect or slanting
pensive
thoughtful
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English Vocabulary Book 2
Efficacy
Deference
Demeanor
Infamous
(n) the ability to produce a desired or intended result; effe…
(N) humble submission and respect; out of respect or courtesy
(N) outward behavior or bearing
(Adj) well known for some bad quality or deed
Efficacy
(n) the ability to produce a desired or intended result; effe…
Deference
(N) humble submission and respect; out of respect or courtesy
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Ceaser's English Book 2 - Week 2
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Caesar's English book 2
vid
matri
pater
com
look
mother
father
together
vid
look
matri
mother
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Caesars English book 2- week 1
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book 2 ch.9 & 10
mythological allusion
a letter de cachet is
chateau is
stone is mentioned
the gorgon's look turned the beholder to stone
an arrest warrant
200 years old and made of stone
9 times in the first paragraph
mythological allusion
the gorgon's look turned the beholder to stone
a letter de cachet is
an arrest warrant
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English 9 Roots Pt2 (Book 2)
Consecrate
Execrate
Expiate
Hierarchy
To make or declare something sacred.
To denounce as vile or evil; to curse; to detest.
To make amends for; to atone for.
A group organized by rank.
Consecrate
To make or declare something sacred.
Execrate
To denounce as vile or evil; to curse; to detest.
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English 9 Roots Pt.1 (Book 2)
Accredit
Apotheosis
Atheist
Credence
To authorize; To certify; To believe.
Making a god of something; deification.
A person who believes there is no god.
Belief; Acceptance as true.
Accredit
To authorize; To certify; To believe.
Apotheosis
Making a god of something; deification.
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Cesar's English book 2 words 3
Vita
Vid
Pater
Matri
Life
Look
Father
Mother
Vita
Life
Vid
Look
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Caesars English book 2- week 10
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Connect with English - Book 2
Watch out.
to break down
to wear someone out
I'm afraid not.
Be careful.
to stop working
to make someone tired
No.
Watch out.
Be careful.
to break down
to stop working
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English pow book 2
Painstaking
Notorious
Utopia
Privy
Thorugh, careful, precise
Infamous; widely known and usually unfavorably
An imaginary and remote place of perfection
Admitted as one sharing in something private, confidential
Painstaking
Thorugh, careful, precise
Notorious
Infamous; widely known and usually unfavorably
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Ceaser's English Book 2 - Week 1
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Ceaser's English Book 2 - Week 1
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English book 2
Infallible:
superciliously
anatomise
sagacity
Dependable
arrogantly superior
dissect or analyze
perceptiveness
Infallible:
Dependable
superciliously
arrogantly superior
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Ceaser's English Book 2 - Week 1
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Caesar's English Book 2
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1984 book 2 ch 9-10 notes
who is Oceania not at war with
who are they really at war with
what is the book called
high class
eurasia
eastasia
The Theory and Practice of Oligarchical Collectivism,
inner party
who is Oceania not at war with
eurasia
who are they really at war with
eastasia
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Ceasers English Book 2
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Into English Station C Book 2 "Tools" Vocabulary
tools
all
world
people
herramientos
todo
el mundo
gente
tools
herramientos
all
todo
English Vocab- Book 2
Copensate
Dissolute
Erratic
Illegible
to make up for
to lose in one's morals
not regular or consistent
difficult or impossible to read
Copensate
to make up for
Dissolute
to lose in one's morals
English Book 2
Achille's Heel
Stentorian
Mnemonic
Fathom
weak point
extremely loud
assisting memory
Understand
Achille's Heel
weak point
Stentorian
extremely loud
Unit 1-Book 2- 4000 essential English Words
(be) anxious
(be) awful
to consist of
(to) desire
When a person is anxious, they worry that something bad will…
When something is awful, it is very bad.... Ex: Her performance…
To consist of is to be made of parts or things.... Ex: Today's c…
To desire is to want something.... Ex: My sister desires a big h…
(be) anxious
When a person is anxious, they worry that something bad will…
(be) awful
When something is awful, it is very bad.... Ex: Her performance…
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English book 2
Set up/ established
Tendencys
Arousing strong dislike
Really hungry/gready
Erected
Proclivities
Odious
Ravenous
Set up/ established
Erected
Tendencys
Proclivities
English vocab book 2
Quarry
Disarming
Cultivated
Amenity
The object of a hunt/prey
Removing are overcoming suspicion
Refined or cultured in manner
Something that adds to one's comfort or convenience
Quarry
The object of a hunt/prey
Disarming
Removing are overcoming suspicion
English Book 2 Vocab
Credulity
Eccentricity
Effigy
Impregnable
Willingness to believe
Deviating from the norm; considered odd
Crude figure representing a hater person
Unconquerable; impenetrable
Credulity
Willingness to believe
Eccentricity
Deviating from the norm; considered odd
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English vocab book 2
Acquiesce
Congential
Contentious
Expunge
Fail to cooperate
Some type of cancer or disease since birth or passed on
Start argument, tend to cause trouble
Strike out, or erase
Acquiesce
Fail to cooperate
Congential
Some type of cancer or disease since birth or passed on
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English Book 2 Vocab
Convoy (n)
Gaunt (adj)
Solemn (adj)
Ingenious (adj)
Military vehicles driving together
Thin and bony
Grave, sober
Cleverness
Convoy (n)
Military vehicles driving together
Gaunt (adj)
Thin and bony
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English book 2
Folly
Contrived
Queue
Denounce
Foolish
Deliberately: created not arising naturally
Line of people
Public say bad things
Folly
Foolish
Contrived
Deliberately: created not arising naturally
English vocab book 2
Acquiesce
Congential
Contentious
Expunge
Fail to cooperate
Some type of cancer or disease since birth or passed on
Start argument, tend to cause trouble
Strike out, or erase
Acquiesce
Fail to cooperate
Congential
Some type of cancer or disease since birth or passed on
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english vocab book 2
trepidation
reversionary
quartering
illustrious
the feeling of fear about something that may happen
relating to turning something the reverse way
the act of a person or thing that quarters
highly distinguished, renowned, famous
trepidation
the feeling of fear about something that may happen
reversionary
relating to turning something the reverse way
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English book 2
Cherubs
Hectoringly
Prodigy
unmollified
baby with wings sent by god
talk to (someone) in a bullying way
someone with exceptional qualities or abilities.
to aggravate or increase
Cherubs
baby with wings sent by god
Hectoringly
talk to (someone) in a bullying way
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English vocab book 2.
Discomfit
Edification
Malfeasance
Feasible
To embarrass and confuse
Improvement and enlightenment
Misconduct or wrongdoing, especially by a public official
Capable of being accomplished
Discomfit
To embarrass and confuse
Edification
Improvement and enlightenment
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English Vocab Book 2
accost
animadversion
avid
brackish
(v.) to approach and speak to first; to confront in a challen…
(n.) a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
(adj.) desirous of something to the point of greed; intensely…
(adj.) having a salty taste and unpleasant to drink
accost
(v.) to approach and speak to first; to confront in a challen…
animadversion
(n.) a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
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Hard (for me) Caesar's English Book 2
Importune
Peremptory
Obsequious
Profane
To pester
Imperious
Cringing, Submissive
Irreverent (lacking proper respect)
Importune
To pester
Peremptory
Imperious
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