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automobile
usually four-wheeled vehicle with its own power system (as an internal combustion engine) designed for passenger transportation on streets and roadways
celebration
to observe in some special way (as by merrymaking or by staying away from work)
family
a group of individuals living under one roof and under one head;
a group of persons who come from the same ancestor
holiday
a day of freedom from work; especially : a day of celebration or remembrance fixed by law
honesty
the quality or state of being honest
human
relating to or characteristic of human beings; especially : showing qualities typical of human beings
job
piece of work; especially : one done at a specified rate; something produced by or as if by work
Leaders (i.e., leaders, George Washington, & Martin Luther King, Jr.)
a person that leads; commander
month
one of the 12 parts into which the year is divided
neighborhood
the people living near one another; a section lived in by people who consider themselves neighbors
privacy
the quality or state of being out of the sight and hearing of other people
rules
a guide or principle for conduct or action
seasons
one of the four quarters into which the year is commonly divided -- autumn , spring, summer , winter
today
at the present time
tomorrow
on or for the day after today
transportation
a means or method of transport
United States
country North America bordering on Atlantic, Pacific, & Arctic oceans & including Hawaii; capital, Washington
vote
a formal expression of opinion or will (as by ballot in an election)
week
seven days in a row; a period of seven days beginning with Sunday and ending with Saturday
year
the period of about 365 1/4 days required for the earth to make one complete trip around the sun
yesterday
the day before today