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62 Cards in this Set

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stability
being steady and not changing
remedial
used to improve somthing (class)
immunity
protected (from unpleasant things)
deprive
prevent someone from having something
infinite
without limits
finite
having an end or limits
mandate
to tell someone that they must do something
initiate
to arrange for something important to start
proposal
a plan or suggestion made formally
confer
to discuss with others
inference
a conclustion drawn based on information you have
transpose
to change the order or position of two or more things
composite
made up of different parts or materials
juxtapose
to put things together to compare them
decompose
to decay or make something decay
superimpose
to put one image on top of another so both can be partly seen
hospitality
friendly behavior towards vistors
society
a large group of people who share laws, customs, ect.
gene
willing to give (money, time, ect.) to others
prosperity
when people have money and everything needed
anonymity
when other people don't know who you are
consistency
always being the same
spontanetly
behavior that is the result of impulse, not planning
eccentricity
odd or unusual behavior
suite
a set of rooms (om a hotel)
etiquette
rules for polite behavior
opaque
difficult to see through
intrigue
interests you because its strang or mysterious
rendezous
arrangement to meet someone, often secerty
connoisseur
someone who knows a lot about something
liaison
a go-between (groups of people)
detente
make peace with other people during a war.
superimpose
to put one image on top of another so both can be partly seen
hospitality
friendly behavior towards vistors
society
a large group of people who share laws, customs, ect.
gene
willing to give (money, time, ect.) to others
prosperity
when people have money and everything needed
anonymity
when other people don't know who you are
consistency
always being the same
spontanetly
behavior that is the result of impulse, not planning
eccentricity
odd or unusual behavior
suite
a set of rooms (om a hotel)
etiquette
rules for polite behavior
opaque
difficult to see through
intrigue
interests you because its strang or mysterious
rendezous
arrangement to meet someone, often secerty
connoisseur
someone who knows a lot about something
superimpose
to put one image on top of another so both can be partly seen
hospitality
friendly behavior towards vistors
society
a large group of people who share laws, customs, ect.
gene
willing to give (money, time, ect.) to others
prosperity
when people have money and everything needed
anonymity
when other people don't know who you are
consistency
always being the same
spontanetly
behavior that is the result of impulse, not planning
eccentricity
odd or unusual behavior
suite
a set of rooms (om a hotel)
etiquette
rules for polite behavior
opaque
difficult to see through
intrigue
interests you because its strang or mysterious
rendezous
arrangement to meet someone, often secerty
connoisseur
someone who knows a lot about something