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TOGY4W30 Terms

Apartheid an official policy of racial segregation formerly practiced in the Republic of South Africa, involving political, legal, and economic discrimination against nonwhites. (From Afrikaans, "apart-hood," ie , separate-ness)
Condemn 1) to show an unfavorable judgment toward; strongly disapprove of; 2) to pronounce guilty or sentence to punishment
Detain to keep in custody, under restraint, or in temporary confinement
Illegal going against or forbidden by official laws, rules, regulations, etc
Restrict to keep or confine within limits; to keep a person from doing something or going somewhere
Sabotage 1) any underhand interference with industry, especially by enemy soldiers during war or by employees from competing companies; 2) undermining a cause
Strike a concerted refusal by employees in a particular business or industry to work. Its goal is usually to force employers to meet demands respecting wages and other working conditions
Supremacy complete authority; supreme power
Ayatollah (EYE-uh-toll-uh) a Shiite Muslim religious authority highly regarded in matters of religious law and interpretation. Experts in Islamic studies such as law, ethics, and philosophy, and usually teach in Islamic seminaries. Approximately fifty ayatollahs worldwide
Capitalist one who adheres to the doctrine of capitalism (see Week 11)
Mullah (Persian) a religiously-trained Islamic man. A member of the "clergy." A local leader of a mosque or madrasah (Islamic school). Close to the Hebrew “rabbi” or Arabic "imam," used in non-Arabic countries. Many are politically active/hold positions of political power
Shah (Persian) king, sovereign. Used formerly as a title for the hereditary monarch of Iran
Suppress 1) to put an end to forcibly; 2) to prohibit the activities of a person, movement, etc ; 3) to keep from being revealed, published, or circulated
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