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Disparity=difference Defied=resisted Acceleration=fast movement Relevant=applicable Diversified=varied Depletion=reduction Wanton=wasteful Exaggerated=heightened Flourishing=prosperous Replenished=filled again Nuisance=annoyance Tremendous=great Disintegration=breaking

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jovial jovialist lunacy lunar calendar lunar caustic lunar crater lunar cycle
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mercurize mercuro mercuromercurochrome mercurophylline morphew morphia morphic


panic panful panning

psychedelia psychedelic psychedelically

Abraham  the first of the great Bibli cal patriarchs, father of Is aac, andtraditional founde r of the ancient Hebrew n ation: consideredby Musli ms an ancestor of the Ara b peoples through his son Ishmael. a male given name: from a hebrew word meaning father ofmany. Apollo  the ancient Greek and Ro man god of light, healing, music,poetry, prophecy, and manly beauty; the so n of Leto andbrother of Ar temis. a very handsome young man. Aerospace . one of a series of U.S. spacecraft design ed tocarry astronauts to t he moon and back. Cain the first son of Adam and Eve, who murdered his br otherAbel. Gen. 4. a murderer. Idiom raise Cain, Slang . become angry or violent: He'll raise Cain when he find sout I lost his watch. b. to behave in a boisterous manner; cause adisturba nce: The students raised Cai n while the teacherwas out.

s into swine by means of a magicdrink. ..a dangerously or irresist ibly fascinating woman. Gibraltar  a British crown colony co mprising a fortress and se aportlocated on a narrow promontory near the S tip of Spain.29,934; 1 7 / 8 s q. mi. (5 sq. km). Rock of. Ancient, Calpe. a long, pr ecipitous mountain nearly coextensive with this colo ny: one of the Pillars ofHe rcules. 1396 feet (426 me ters) high; 2 1 / 2 miles ( 4km) long. any person or thing that has strength and endurancethat can be reli ed on. 3. Strait of, a strait betwee n Europe and Africa at th e Atlanticentrance to the Mediterranean. 8 1 / 2 23 miles (14 37 km)wide. 4. any impregnable fortress or stronghold. napoleon  a pastry consisting of thin layers of puff paste interl aid witha cream or custar d filling. 2. a former gold coin of Fran ce, equal to 20 francs and bearinga portrait either o f Napoleon I or of Napole on III. 3. Cards . a. a game in which the play ers bid for the privilege of

naming the trump, statin g the number of tricks the ypropose to win. b. a bid in this game to take all five tricks of a hand.

Penelope  Classical Mythology . the wi fe of Odysseus, who rema inedfaithful to him during his long absence at Troy. 2. a faithful wife. 3. a female given name: fro m a Greek word meaning weaver.

Circe  Also, Kirke. Also called A eaea. Classical Mythology . theenchantress represen ted by Homer as turning t hecompanions of Odysseu