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implement
tool;instrument
to carry out;accomplish;fulfill
surmount
to overcome;to rise above;to be above or on top of
adversary
an opponent; an enemy
wrangles
a noisy quarrel or brawl: to quarrel or bicker; to win or obtain by argurment; to herd
homage
something done or given to show respect or honor; an act of allegiance
precedent
an ance that serves as an example for later acts
acknowledge
to admit; to recognize the rights or authority of ; to express thanks for
objective
real,true;concerned with realities and not the thinking of the person;detached and without prejudice
a perpose somethingaimed for
elude
to escapefrom or avoid; to escape the understanding of
exploits
a bold or brillian act; to use to full advantage; to make unfair use of
lax
loose or slack;relaxed;careless; not strict
evict
to force a person by law to leace a building the person has leased or rented; to force out; eject
ostracize
to shut out or exclude from a group;to banish
incompatible
unabel to agree or get along; conliching; mismatched
solvent
able to meet financial obligaions; able to dissolve anouther substance
subsequent
later;coming after; following in time
formidable
hard to overcome or deal with ; causeing fear ;awe-inspiring
addiched
given up to a habit or compilsion
radical
fundamental or basic;favoring basic or drastic chance ; extreme departure from the usual someone holding radical views
defraud
to take away or deprove of a right or property by deceit ; to swindle