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Mime in a Box

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Mime in a Box
http://www.flocabulary.com/2-mime-in-a-box/

Strive- To try hard, to compete.
Strive- To try hard, to compete.
Strive- To try hard, to compete. Strive to do your best and you will go far in life.
http://www.signingsavvy.com/sign/STRIVE/4609/1
7:15 Striving to cross a gorge.
Linger- (v) hang around, wait, delay, hesitate, remain. He lingered by the doorway hoping to here what his parents were saying.
http://www.signingsavvy.com/sign/LINGER/3799/1
Ignite (v) -to set on fire. Ignite the fireworks to start the show.
Distinct (n)
having unique and specific characteristics.
Everyone has a distinct set of finger prints no one else has.

Mimic (v) - to copy the sound or movement of another. This octopus mimics other animals when it needs to.
Parody-comic imitation. This mime makes everyone laugh with his antics.
Linger- hang around, wait, delay, hesitate, remain
http://www.signingsavvy.com/sign/IGNITE/1533/1
http://www.signingsavvy.com/sign/RULE/6498/1
The malamute is affectionate and faithful, and likes to be made a pet of, but he is very jealous and an incorrigible fighter. He has little of the fawning submissiveness of pet dogs 'outside', but is independent and self-willed and apt to make a troublesome pet. However, pets that make little trouble seldom give much pleasure." - Hudson Stuck 1914
Distinct
having unique and specific characteristics
Everyone has unique and distinct characteristics. What are some of your distinct characteristics?
They have a unique friendship.
Distinct
having unique and specific characteristics
Rural- associated with the country. Not many people live in rural areas compared to urban areas such as Dallas/Fort Worth.
Diversity- state of being different or varied. The diversity of the singers is great in this song made to raise money for Haiti's earthquake victims. (Diverse)
Urban-of, relating to, or located within a city. We live in an urban area.
London, England
Objective-a goal or desired outcome
Our objective today is
Do you have an objective today?
Superior-better in some way. This ad claims the Surface is better than the I pad.
Ample-more than enough. There is ample fruits and vegetables in our grocery stores.
Collaborate-work together on a project. You may collaborate together to write story using this week's vocabulary words.
Human Environment Interaction-Terraced Farming
Concise- using just a few clear words or to be exact. Most poems (songs) are very concise in it's language.
Mimic
to copy the sound or movement of another
Mimic-to copy the sound or movement of another. Mockingbirds are known for mimicking sounds of other birds.
Grape vineyard.
Grape vineyard.
Dominate-rule over or control, be much more powerful. Your parents dominate your life when you are young but not when you get older.

Superior-better in some way.
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