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If you ever cross the border into another country, then you will see the border control agents doing this to people and vehicles. inspecting
These people at the baseball game organized a giant "wave." spectators
Sometimes it's hard to do this when you are involved in the situation. speculate
The character in the story wore a pair of these to help him read the magic spells. spectacles
What should you always show to your parents? respect
Your opinion on a decision without listening to others will probably only reflect your what? perspective
What are you practicing when you think hard about why you are sad or happy? introspection
In the courtroom, the jury thinks before acting. How do we describe this? circumspect
This is also sometimes described by adults as "making a scene." something displayed for the public to see
Sometimes when a famous actor dies, there is this type of tribute on television that takes a look back at all of the actor's movies. retropective
Created by: Twest1525