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Akh Ancient Egyptians believed this was the part of the spirit that lived forever.
watermark Mark on paper that you can only see when you hold it up to the light.
fjords A narrow strip of sea between two cliffs.
valve A mechanical device that starts, stops or controls the flow of liquid, gas or other material from one place to another.
sanctions Restrictions placed on a country by other countries in response to a violation of international law.
Bedouins Wandering people of the desert.
nacelle The control room inside the top part of a wind turbine, behind the blades, which contains the computer.
shoal A group of fish.
communism A political system in which the government of the country runs everything and property is shared equally.
democracy A political system in which the government is elected by the people.
Created by: Sarah@SB