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The Maze of Bones

talisman a ring or stone carved with symbols beleived to be magical
careened To swirve
thermal insulated
parkas a warm hip-length weatherproof coat with a hood, originally worn by Eskimos
absurd crazy
archeology the study of man's past by scientific analysis of the material remains of his cultures
encrypted to put (a message) into code
arsenal a store for arms, ammunition, and other military items
ornately (of style in writing) overembellished; flowery
pedastal a base that supports a column, statue, etc., as used in classical architecture
porcelian a more or less translucent ceramic material, the principal ingredients being kaolin and petuntse (hard paste) or other clays, ground glassy substances, soapstone, bone ash, etc
anagram a word or phrase made out of another by changing the order of the letters
inert unable or slow to move, act, or react
steeled to fill with courage or determination
procession a group of individuals moving along in an orderly often ceremonial way
will to leave by or as if by a will : BEQUEATH
craggy rough or tough
sundial a device to show the time of day by the position of the shadow cast on a marked plate or disk usually by an object with a straight edge
hearse coffin
resolution a measure of the sharpness of an image or of the sharpness with which a device can produce or record an image
Created by: scotish