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Rdg Unit 2 Week 3 Vocabulary

Artifacts: Things left over from an earlier time.Example: Some tools are artifacts from a time when they were useful to people.
Dedicated: Set apart for a special purpose or use.Example: The mayor dedicated a new museum to the memory of the founders of the city.
Equality: The quality or condition of being equal.Example: The Constitution of the United States provides for the equality of all Americans under the law.
Exhibits: Things shown on display.Example: We went to see the exhibits of African art at the museum.
Site: The position or location of something.Example: Our house is at a mountain site with a beautiful view.
Created by: mrsthompson