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voc. 3 2009

Voc 3 2009

substantiate to establish by proof or evidence
consecutive coming in order, one after the other
vacillate to sway from one side to another or to hesitate or be indecisive in a course of action
insolvent not able to pay bills or debts
scrutinize to examine in detail with careful or critical attention
lucrative profitable or moneymaking
remittance a payment to a person in another place
plausible appearing truthful or reasonable or worthy of consideration
notarize to have certified by a notary public
rescind to nullify, retract, or withdraw
compliance to be in conformance with or to obey a request, rule, or law
affix to fasten, join, or attach
memento a keepsake or remembrance
formulate to devise or develop a plan, system, or process
validate to confirm, give legal force to, or approve
Created by: jlstruss