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Midterm 2018 Def.

verify to make certain that something is accurate and true
sequence the order in which things happen or should happen
evidence material that is presented to show or prove that something else exits or is true
claim a statement you believe to be true; an assertion of something as a fact
excerpt a small part or piece of a longer work
element a particular part of something (such as a situation or activity)
reflect to look back upon
previous existing or happening before the present time
estimate a guess that you make based on the information you have about the size, amount, etc. of something
annotate to supply with critical or explanatory notes; comment upon in notes; to add notes or comments to (a text, book, drawing, etc.)
gist what something is mainly about; the essential part of something
attribute an inherent characteristic
cite to mention (something) especially as an example or to support an idea or opinion
Created by: TMoar