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n) A blessing; a giving of thanks
BENEDICTION

(bene/bon + dict)
It is customary to close a church service with a(n) ___.
n) A 100th anniversary or its celebration
CENTENNIAL

(ann/enn)
Very few people attend the ___ of their own birth.
n) small room for clothes or supplies;

v) to shut up in a room for a private talk
CLOSET

(claus/clave/close/clud/clus)
A dream house will usually feature a walk-in ___ with full length mirrors.
n) pipe or channel for conveying fluid; a tube for electrical wires
CONDUIT

(duc)
The road flooded when the ___ overflowed.
n) a draftee;

v) to force into governement service
CONSCRIPT

(scribe/script)
The homeland defense corps had a ratio of five volunteers for every ___.
n) person in charge of a museum, library, etc.
CURATOR

(cur)
The new ___ changed the hours at the museum.
v) to pass on (duties, tasks) to another
DEVOLVE

(volu/volv)
The job of writing a letter will ___ to the secretary of the club.
n) skill; dexterity; absence of difficulty; building which aids an activity
FACILITY

(fac/fect/fic)
The gymnast performed his routine with ___.
adj) little by little; taking place by degrees
GRADUAL

grad/gress)
The ___ change which occured was not easily noticeable on a daily basis.
v) to hinder the progress of; obstruct
IMPEDE
The demonstrator vowed to ___ the flow of traffic into the parking lot.
n) any of a large class of small, usually winged, invertebrates having three pairs of legs
INSECT

(sec/sect)
Warm, swampy areas usually have a large ___ population.
n) one sworn to oath on a jury
JUROR

(jud/juris/jus)
The decision of one ___ kept the verdict from being unanimously guilty.
adj) having an evil influence; very harmful; likely to cause death
MALIGNANT

(mal)
Death is the usual result of a(n) ___ disease.
n) the mental grasp of something; insight or intuition
PERCEPTION

(cap/ceive/cept/cip)
The ___ of a issue is often determined by the personal experience and presuppositions of the viewer.
v) to be, come, or go before in rank, time or place
PRECEDE

(cede/ceed/cess)
An armed guard will ___ the dictator in the annual revoluntionary parade.
adj) timid; cowardly
PUSILLANIMOUS

(anima)
David's attitude was not ___ when he faced Goliath.
n) that which takes in; (phys.) sense organ or nerve ending
RECEPTOR

(cap/ceive/cept/cip)
A single ___ pushed forth from the alien plant.
adj) attached directly by its base; fixed; immobile
SESSILE

(sec/sect)
A leaf growing directly from the stem is said to be ___.
adj)underlying; situated beneath
SUBJACENT

(jac/ject)
The chair was positioned ___ to the table.
n) a principle, doctrine or belief held as truth
TENET

(tain/ten/tin)
One ___ of Christianity is the sovereignty of God.