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Theory A supposition or a system of ideas intended to explain something one based on general principles independent of the thing to be explained
States A nation or territory considered as an organized political community under one government
Efforts A vigorous or determined attempt
Nature The basic or inherent of something
Work Mental or physical activity as a means of earning an income; employment
Chiefs A leader or ruler of a people or clan
Mention A reference to someone or something
Raccoon A grayish-brown American mammal that has a foxlike face with a black mask and a ringed tail
Cottage A small simple house typically near a lake or a beach
Consider To think about something typically before making a decision
Sequins A small shiny disk sewn as one of many onto clothing for decoration
Trouble Difficulty or problems
Skateboard A short narrow board with two small wheels to the bottom of either end
Again Another time; once more
Agony Extreme physical or mental suffering
Sensational An event, a person or a piece of information causing great public interest and excitement
There's There is
Clumsy Awkward in movement or in handling things
Literature Written works esp those considered of superior or lasting artistic merit
Aghast Filled with horror or shock
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