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Vocabulary Exercise 12a

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Ryan Pfeifle

on 11 May 2010

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Transcript of Vocabulary Exercise 12a

Altercation Lexicon Hue Galvanize Sanction Permission; support To startle into sudden activity A heated argument A dictionary; a specialized vocabulary
used in a particular field A particular shade of a given color Noun Noun Verb Noun Noun "We are like chameleons, we take our hue and the color of our moral character, from those who are around us." John Locke “There are some men whom a staggering emotional shock, so far from making them mental invalids for life, seems, on the other hand, to awaken,
to galvanize, to arouse into an almost incredible activity of soul.” William McFee “Not only will we survive [sanctions], we will emerge
stronger on the other side.” P.W. Botha “New evils require new remedies - new sanctions to
defend and vindicate the eternal principles of right and wrong” “His ability to engage with ordinary Iraqi citizens and military personnel
enables CNN's viewers to gain a better understanding of how everyone
involved in the future of Iraq is coping with the on-going altercations
and state of uncertainty in the country,” Rena Golden “As rates creep higher, we're likely to see more [loan] prices being put out into the marketplace which feature points as part of the equation, ... points are coming back into the lending lexicon.” Keith Gumbinger
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