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Debate 1) a discussion of opposite ideas, as of a public issue in an assembly or council; 2) a formal competition in which two sides of a proposition are supported by opposing speakers
Election the choice of a person for office by majority vote
Equality the state of being equal; equivalence in number, degree, value, status, or skill
Mob a large group of people, especially a disorderly and riotous crowd intending violence
Violence rough physical force, especially that causes injury or death; an unjust use of force or power, usually against rights or laws In the US , it usually refers to cooperative (or compromise) efforts by both Republicans and Democrats to achieve a shared goal
Disarmament the reduction and/or limitation of the size, equipment, advancement, etc , of the armed forces of a country
Inauguration a formal (usually ceremonial) induction into office
Invasion the act of invading, especially the entrance of an armed force into a territory to conquer it
Missile (guided missile) a missile, such as a rocket, that is steered during its flight; (ballistic missile) a missile that freefalls unguided after being launched according to an internally-guided direction
Radioactive the release of poisonous chemicals that are harmful to health and potentially fatal
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