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Auspice
(noun) Sponsorship or protection; patronage.
Austerity
(noun) A tightened or stingent economy, as when the are high taxes, frozen wages, and shortages of consumer goods.
Ciandestine
Planned or occuring in a secret or surreptitious manner, esp. for subversive or illicit purposes.
Continuity
(noun) An unbroken or uninterrupted series or whole.
Foment
(transitive verb) To encourage the developement of; instigate or foster.
Histus
(noun) A gap or break in activity, time, or space; interruption
Obese
(adjective) Excessively, unhealthlly fat; corpulent
Solicitous
(adjective) Anxiously or tenderly converned or attentive (usually followed by about, of or the like).
Temerity
(noun) Reckless or foolish boldness; rash disregard of danger.
Vestige
(noun) A visibly trace or sign of something no longer present or existing.
Vindicate
(transitive verb) To free from accusation, suspicion, or doupt by indisputable proof.