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botch
to spoil by inferior performance; a second-rate piece of work
clientele
customers or patrons collectively
closure
the act of closing or condition of being closed; a conclusion or finish
condole
to express sympathy; to grieve in symapthy; to commiserate
convene
to call, bring, or gather together; to assemble for a common purpose; to meet
crony
a close friend or companion; a buddy
impartial
fair; just showing no favoritism; without prejudice
indifferent
unprejudiced; regarded as not mattering one way or another, neutral; unimpressive; average or moderate
momentum
the force ecerted by a moving body, found by multiplying its mass times its speedl speed or force, ususally increasing in strength
stipulate
to specify as a condition of an agreement; to guarantee in an agreement; to promise
arbiter
a person chosen to decide a dispute; a judge
breach
to break through; to violate; to leap clear of; violation of a law, obligation, or standard, a gap or broken place
cant
insincere or almost meaningless speech; jargon; hypocritical speech
diconcerting
causing a loss of clamness, disturbing, embarrassing,frustrating
equilibrium
a state of balance; mental or emotional poise or control
oblivious
unaware, unmindful, forgetful
rectify
to set right, adjust
stratagem
a scheme or trick for achieving some purpse, such as to deceive a miliatry enemy; a deception
subsidiary
a company controlled by another company subordinate, secondary
substantially
largely; considerably; significantly