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dedication
the will to keep working hard on a task
loyalty
faithfulness
billowing
rising in big waves
brigade
a group of people organized to do something
ventilate
to creat a vent or opening for letting air in and out
flammable
easily set of fire
curfew
law or rule that says something cannot happen after a certain time
enrich
make better by adding something
apologized
said he or she was sorry
obliged
cooperated, did a favor
certificate
document which states that something is a fact
examiner
person who asks people questions to thest their knowledge
petitioners
people officially requestiong something
resounded
echoed, filled a place with sound
sweltering
very hot
gymnasium
a building designed for indoor sports
attic
the top room in somw houses located just beneath the roof
patent
a document that says an inventor is the only one who can make use or sell a certain invention for a period of time
installed
put in or set up for use
local
of or having to do with a certain neighborhood, town or area
sulkily
in a way that shows unhappiness
indifferent
not caring, unconcerned
protruded
stuck out
loathe
dislike immensely
undoubtedly
without a doubt
certainty
the feeling or belief that something is for sure
culture
the customs, beliefs and arts of a group of people
chile
the hot fruit of the pepper plant often used for hot seasonings
mesquite
a shrub or small tree found in the southwest US or Mexico
barbecue
a special kind of grill or pit for cooking outdoors
accordion
a musical instrument with keys and hand operated bellows
confeeet
tiny pieces of paper often thrown during celebrations