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protocol
the code prescribing formal etiquette and precedence for official ceremonies and dealings, as with diplomats and the military; an original draft or record of a negotiation or document
dissent
to object or oppose, not to approve; a difference of opinion, protest
pacifists
a person opposed to force as a way of settling disputes; one who refuses to bear arms in a war
ultimatums
a final demand or proposition
clemency
a lenient or merciful act; mildness, as of weather
mannerism
a distinctive personal trait; an idiosyncrasy; an exaggerated or unnatural style or habit, as in speech or dress
inhibitions
the act of holding back; an inner belief, feeling, or force that checks one's actions, thoughts, or feelings
meticulous
extremely careful; overly precise or fussy about details
submission
obedience, humbleness
mandatory
required, obligatory
insolence
quality or instance of being disrespectful and insulting; impudence
prone
having a tendency, inclined; lying flat, face down
diversion
a turning aside, as of traffic or attention, a game or pastime, a recreation
annihilated
to destroy completely; to vanquish, to make ineffectual or unimportant, to kill
purge
to remove undesirable elements from; to rid; to remove by cleansing, the removal of members by a higher authority
moderation
state of being restrained, avoidance or excesses, presiding over, as a meeting, mediation
concession
an act of granting or yielding,something granted or yielded, a privilege such as teh right to use land, granted for a specific purpose
flagrant
obviously bad notorious, outrageous
decimated
to destroy, or kill a large part of
evaded
to escape or avoid something, especially by usingdeceit or cleverness; to avoid doing or answering something directly