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28 Cards in this Set

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xiphias
a swordfish
archipelago
a large group of islands
grotesque
very ugly or unusual
atmosphere
the air surrounding the earth
geodesic dome
a structure shaped like a globe made up of flat elements that fit together to form polygons
forsythia
a garden shrub with yellow flowers that bloom early in spring
aurora borealis
bands of flashing light
tuberculosis
a contagious disease caused by bacteria that destroys body tissues such as the lungs
paraffin
a white colorless substance that is like wax
panorama
a view or a picture
anaconda
a very large non-venomous snake from South America
materialize
to be real or actual
haddock
an ocean fish
synagogue
a building or place of worship or religious instruction in the Jewish faith
yucca
a plant that grows in dry regions of North and Central
America that has stout stems and clusters of white flowers
jolt
to mover, ride, or cause to move in a jerky way
predecessor
a person who has held an office or position before
albatross
a large black and white sea bird with a hooked beak, webbed feet, and long wings
forsythia
a garden shrub with yellow flowers that bloom early in spring
aurora borealis
bands of flashing light
tuberculosis
a contagious disease that is cause by bacteria and destroys body tissues such as the lungs
paraffin
a white colorless substance that is like wax
panorama
a view or a picture
anaconda
a very large non-venomous snake from South America
materialize
to be real or actual
haddock
an ocean fish
synagogue
a building or place of worship or religious instruction in the Jewish faith
yucca
a plant that grows in dry regions of North and Central
America that has stout stems and clusters of white flowers