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Social Studies

Boycott To refuse to buy or use goods or services
Declaration An official statement
Parliament The lawmaking body of the British Government
Blockade To use warships to prevent other ships from entering or leaving a harbor
Mercenary A soldier who serves for pay in the military of a foreign nation
Proclamation An order from a leader to the citizens
Repeal To cancel or undo, a law
Treason The act of working against one's own government
Alliance A formal agreement among nations, states, or individuals to cooperate
Quarter To provide or pay for housing at no cost to another person
Liberty The freedom of people to make their own laws
Petition A signed request made to an official person or organization
Monopoly The complete control of a product or service
Bill of Rights A list of freedoms
Ally A partner in alliance; a friend, especially in times of war
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