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Archipelago A group or chain of islands.
Civilization A society that has a high level of culture and social organization including organized goverment.
Peninsula An area of land surrounded on there sides by water.Italy Greece and the Southern part of India are peninsula.
Accelarate To speed up
Atom The smallest unit of the chemical element made up of nucleus surrounded by elements.
Accelarator A machine which accelerates charged particles to high energies
Beam A ray of light
Celsius A temparture scale which water freeze at 0% and boil at 100%
Charge The amount of electricity carried by an object
Philosophy the study of knowledge devoted to the systematic examination of basic concepts such as truth, existence, reality, causality, and freedom.
Capitalist A person who invests in a business to make a profit
Colonialism The policy of maintaining colonies as a source of raw materials and new markets.
Communism 1.An economic system in which services and goods for people in need.
Dictatorship A system of government in which a country is ruled by a person with absolute power.
Totalitarian one person or party who has complete control
Invasion The entry of forces into a territory through hostile means
Republic A political system in which a country is ruled by law, has representative government, and is democratic in nature.
Ally A nation that works with a another nation for a common purpose
Surplus An extra amount: more than is needed
Tariff Tax on foreign goods brought into a country
Abdicate To give up power
Secede To withdraw from membership in a group.
Revolution A dramatic change in ideas, practice, or government
Dictatorship A system of government in which a country is ruled by a single person with absolute power
Republic A political system in which a country is ruled by law,has representative government, and is democratic in nature
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