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chapter 3

Vocabulary & Definitions

Proponent a person who advocates a theory, proposal, or project.
Accord give or grant someone (power status recognition).
Preposterous contrary to reason or common sense; utterly absurd or ridiculous.
Endowed give or bequeath an income or property to a person or institution.
Edible fit to be eaten
Destitute with out the basic necessities of life
Marginalized treat ( a group, or concept) as peripheral or insignificant.
Tenacious tending to keep a firm hold of something: clinging or adhering closely.
Palates the roof of the mouth separating the cavities of the and the mouth in vertebrates.
Audacity the willingness to take bold risk.
Exhortation an address or communication emphatically urging to do something
Metabolism the chemical processes that occur with in living organism to maintain life
Cunningly in a clever or deceitful way
Intervention the act of intervening
Strides walk with long decisive steps in specified direction
Contention heated disagreement
Revolution an instance of revolving
Serendipitous occurring or discovered by chance in a happy or beneficial way.
Excess An amount of something that is more than necessary.
Advocacy Public support for or recommendation of a particular cause or policy.
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