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(v) - to renounce, give up a throne/office formally
ABDICATE

(DICT)
The prince will ___ the throne next week.
(v) - assign, impute, attribute to
ASCRIBE

(SCRIBE/SCRIPT)
Many people ___ the authorship of Hebrews to the Apostle Paul.
(v) - to cut in two, divide in two equal
BISECT

(SEC/SECT)
In geometry one may be asked to ___ an angle.
(n) - a rolling, turning around, or coiling, a fold or twist
CIRCUMVOLUTION

(VOLU/VOLV)
A snake often exhibits ___ in appearance.
(n) abnormal fear of being in a confined place
CLAUSTROPHOBIA

(CLAUS/CLAVE/CLOSE/CLUD/CLUS)
Those who suffer from ___ usually avoid closets.
(v) - to set free, release from bondage
EMANCIPATE

(MANU + CAP/CEIVE/CEPT/CIP)
Certain slaveholders did ___ their slaves before the Civil War.
(n) - the quality of remaining calm; composure
EQUANIMITY

(ANIMA)
Mr. Cool had a reputation for ___ in tight spots.
(n) - resource, means to an end

(v) - helpful to a desired result, convenient
EXPEDIENT

(PED/PUS)
It is usually ___ to read and follow the directions the first time through any exercise.
(n) - front of a building; an appearance concealing something inferior
FACADE

(FAC)
Old West towns often had a(n) ___ on the stores fronting the main street.
(n) - a transitional change in stages
GRADATION

(GRAD/GRESS)
The ___ of coins is a much talked about process among numismatists.
(v) - to cut off, to stop on the way, interrupt
INTERCEPT

(CAP/CEIVE/CEPT/CIP)
The opposing team was able to ___ the ball.
(n) - injurious, unethical, or unprofessional treatment of a patient by a physician
MALPRACTICE

(MAL + PRACT)
A patient can sue his doctor for ___ .
(a)- recurs year after year, continuous
PERENNIAL

(ANN/ENN)
Crocus is a ___ flower which blooms early each year.
(n) - the willful telling of a lie under oath
PERJURY

(JUD/JURIS/JUS)
Committing ___ in court is a serious offense.
(n) - a rule of conduct, a moral rule, maxim
PRECEPT

(CAP/CEIVE/CEPT/CIP)
Without a(n) ___ there is no standard of behavior.
(n) - one who comes before, ancestor
PREDECESSOR

(CEDE/CEED/CESS)
The ___ in office left things in superb order.
(n) - plan, scheme, undertaking

(v) - to plan; to stick out
PROJECT

(JAC/JECT)
The club took on the ___ of having an annual book fair.
(v) - to replace, take the place of, cause to be set aside
SUPERSEDE

(SED/SESS/SID)
The current generation of computers will surely ___ those in existence now.
(a) can be held, defended, or maintained
TENABLE

(TAIN/TEN/TIN)
Two machine guns made the fort a ___ position.
(v) - to defame, slander, vilify
TRADUCE

(DUC)
Gossip often serves to ___ undeserving people.