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awesome 1707 soccer

soccerfreak's 107

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solstice two times in the year, the summer solstice and the winter solstice, when the sun reaches its highest or lowest point in the sky at noon, marked by the longest and shortest days
spectrum a band of colors, as seen in a rainbow
stereotype a widely held and oversimplified idea of a person or thing
strategy a plan of action
suffrage the right to vote in political elections
symbiosis simbēˈōsis a cooperative relationship where both sides benefit
tariff a tax to be paid on imports or exports
technique a way of doing a particular task
tempo the rate or speed of music, motion, or an activity
toxin a poison or venom in a plant or animal
tranquil (adjective) calm
tumult a loud noise, confusion or disorder
tundra tundra
ultraviolet a wavelength shorter than the violet end of the visible spectrum
unanimous two or more people fully in agreement
undulate (verb) move with a smooth wavelike motion
vaccine a substance used to give immunity against one or several diseases
vacillate (verb) waver between different opinions or actions; indecisive
vertebrate an animal the has a backbone or spinal column
virtuoso a person highly skilled in music
voracious (adjective) having a very eager approach to an activity : his voracious reading of literature
wretched (adjective) in a very unhappy or unfortunate state
xylem the tissue in plants that brings water and nutrients upward from the root
yacht a medium-sized sailboat made for cruising or racing
zoology the study of animals
Created by: soccerfreak7107