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dawn of the romans

embrayonic rudimentsry;begining at an early stage
predilection a preference or learning
eminence a hill or rise of ground
divnation the art of foretelling the future
prototype an early example or form, on wich later stages in ethiria, hand to hand combat took place
impunity exemption from pushiment
observance the act of complying eith a custom/rule or command.
executive having with executing or carry out the laws
auspicious faviralbe; lucky; encouraging
plebiscite a direct vote put entire eleotrate to accpet or refuse a proposal
plebiscite a direct vote put entire eleotrate to accpet or refuse a proposal
hagemony domination
proficient skillful;compentent; expert
insolence rudeness and disrespect
luxuriant growing abundance
propensity a tendency or inclination
prepetuate to cause to contiue to prolong
accouterment accessories
commmensurate corresponding in extent or degree
fastidious hard to please sensitive with diffilct repuirement
versatile haveing many or varies uses