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Mockingbird 1,2

apothecary 1 : one who prepares and sells drugs or compounds for medicinal purposes 2 : pharmacy
dictum 1: a noteworthy statement: as a: a formal pronouncement of a principle, proposition, or opinion b: an observation intended or regarded as authoritative
strictures 1: something that closely restrains or limits : restriction <moral strictures>2: an adverse criticism
chattels 1 : an item of tangible movable or immovable property except real estate and things (as buildings) connected with real property 2 : slave , bondman
repertoire the complete list or supply of skills, devices, or ingredients used in a particular field, occupation, or practice <the repertoire of literary criticism>
predilection an established preference for something
concession 1 a: the act or an instance of conceding b: the admitting of a point claimed in argument
foray to ravage in search of spoils : pillage: to make a raid or brief invasion
vexations 1 : the act of harassing or vexing : troubling 2 : the quality or state of being vexed : irritation 3 : a cause of trouble : affliction
entailment 1: to restrict (property) by limiting the inheritance to the owner's lineal descendants or to a particular class thereof
contention 1 : an act or instance of contending 2 : a point advanced or maintained in a debate or argument 3 : rivalry , competition
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