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QuestionAnswer
A space between two objects, points, or unit? Interval
Relating to, or situated at or on, the side? Lateral
Happening within or involving the members of one school, college, or university? Intramural
Within a state? Intrastate
Connected with relationships between people? Interpersonal
Relating to a living organism; relating to the body? Physiological
Freedom from normal restraints, limitations, or regulation? Latitude
Having or formed of two sides; two- sided? Bilateral
Of, on, relating to, involving, or affecting only one side? Unilateral
Something or someone that speaks ill of; someone who criticizes someone unfairly to take away from the value of something? Detractor
A reduced amount or size? Depletion
To read or interpret ambiguous, obscure, or illegible matter? Decipher
Inadequacy or insufficiency; an unfavorable conition or position amount; a shortage? Deficit
An Injury or loss? Detriment
To undermine confience or dishearten? Demoralize
To indicate or specify; point out? Designate