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Tell-Tale Heart Voc

term and meaning

acute sharp; strong or intense
conceived planned
vexed annoyed or distressed
profund showing great understanding
stifled held back; muffled
refrained kept oneself from doing something
Functional Document any type of document that is used for a specific purpose
examples of Functional Documents web pages; job applications; contracts; maps; posters; tax forms; pamphlets
envelop to cover
fancy notion;imagination
vain without success
Element of Functional Document Font Size = large to grab attention
Element of Functional Document Color = pleasing to the eye; easy to read; eye catching
Element of Functional Document Bold Print= to emphasize important information
Element of Functional Document Underlining= to emphasize important information
Element of Functional Document Artwork= to direct attention; provide visual information; to grab the eye or create mood
Element of Functional Document Layout= to direct attention to important information
Edgar Allan Poe author of "The Tell-Tale Heart
Edgar Allan Poe He often created an atmosphere, or mood, of chilling uncertainty in his fictional works.
Edgar Allan Poe His mother died when he was two, and disowned by his foster father, Poe himself died young.
Created by: avillarr



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