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domesticate
to train or adapt an animal or plant to live in a human environment, making it more useful to humans
irrigation
to supply water to dry lands through the use of canals, ditches,pipes and streams
agriculture
the growing of plants and the raising of animals to supply food for humans
famine
a terrible shortage of food that can cause starvation
civilization
a complex society with a stable food supply, specialization of labor, a government,and a highly developed culture
surplus
an extra amount; more than is needed
environment
all the living and nonliving things in a person's surroundings
self-sufficient
able to provide for oneself without the help of others
shrine
sacred places where people worshipped