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kyliep voc.english#1

english

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ban to prohibit by law.
Brawl to quarrel or fight noisily
controversial subject to argument or debate.
dispel to drive away or cause to disappear
drought a continued period with little or no rain
endless never stopping; having no end
epidemic the rapid spread of disease
foretell to predict; to tell beforehand
immigration the act of entering and living in a new country
innovation the act of creating something new
invasion the act of attacking or taking over
irreparable not able to be made good or repaired
participate to take part
racial having to do with race
rebllion an armed fight against ones government
summit the highest point of a mountain
survivor one who lives though a dangerous situation situation that has taken the lives of others
treaty a formal agreement between states, as in peace or trade
unbiased with an open mind; without prejudice
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